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30/08/2022 10:37

The Big Bang theory fits perfectly with the laws of modern physics only when multiverses are assumed.

Big Bang theory.

The Big Bang theory is flawed on two levels: it is not cyclical, like all energetic phenomena in nature, and it is problematic in explaining what caused the eruption of the Big Bang, precisely about 13.8. billion years ago! Supposedly, before the Big Bang (singularity), there was no time and matter, only concentrated energy. Ostensibly, there was no trigger for the Big Bang eruption. The contradiction was not unnoticed by physicists, who searched for various explanations over the years. Therefore, the theory of multiverses was born, consistent with all physical laws. The findings that the Universe expands at increasing rates have only contributed to the confusion. The new James Webb Space Telescope shows that the Universe seemingly has borders. There are infinite such universes in the cosmos.

 

The multiverse can be illustrated as an endless bubbling soup of Fibonacci egg-like bubbles. (Each representing a universe)

The infinite parallel universes are of different sizes, but their geometry is very similar, egg-like, and is always symmetrical in 3D. As expressed in string theory, the explanation lies in supersymmetry in the quantum world. All universes in the multiverse have "bridges" That connect them all in the form of black holes and wormholes, which create an absolute continuum of the infinite cosmos.

Link: A universal equation for the shape of an egg -- ScienceDaily

Astronomer Edwin Hubble discovered that the Universe is expanding.

  • For a closed universe form, there is only one possibility of expansion, and that is to swell! (Quite like a balloon, egg-shaped) 
  • In a multiverse system, some universes swell and shrink past the point where they are unstable and return to a singular state. (Similar to black holes.) The multiverse can be described as an endless, bubbling, dynamic soup. It is essential to emphasize that energy is always in motion between 4 states: stimulation, expansion, contraction, and relaxation, and is never static.

Questions about the Universe's geometry are subjects of study by mathematicians and physicists. Nature proceeds in an exemplary mathematical order, so looking for laws in the Universe's geometry is natural.

  • The Fibonacci series exists in nature almost everywhere, from the number of petals in flowers to the shape of the snail, spiral galaxies, and various ratios in the human body.
  • The Fibonacci series is a continuous energy summary! Simulation of construction in its various forms.

The findings of an egg-shaped universe are not surprising. An egg's geometric shape has several exceptional geometric properties.

  1. An egg is a symmetrical shape in 3D.
  2. An egg is a Fibonacci spiral in three dimensions. (with all the mathematical properties of the golden ratio)
  3. An egg is a closed shape with a finite size.
  4. Egg-shaped geometry has optimal thermodynamic properties.
  5. Infinite egg-shaped universes are a stable formation.
  6. The number of contact points of the (egg-like) universes depends on their sizes, but it will always be finite. (Function of a number in the Fibonacci series - mathematical proof required)

It is worth emphasizing that various shapes proposed in the past for a doughnut universe are unsuitable for a stable multiverse. Open forms are unstable and theoretically produce infinite points of contact.

 

What is the principle of non-arbitrariness, and why is the principle inconsistent with the Big Bang as an isolated event?

The current theory of the Big Bang contradicts Newton's First Law (cause and effect).

  • Supposedly, there was no time, matter, or space before the Big Bang, so there is no solid explanation of what triggered the Big Bang event! Supposedly, it was a completely random event. A situation that does not exist anywhere in modern physics.
  • Physicists are aware of the problematic nature of the issue and have looked for all kinds of creative solutions.

It should be emphasized that both general relativity (Albert Einstein's), which is deterministic, and the classical model of quantum mechanics (probabilistic model) do not assume random events.

 

The Big Bang theory is not a circular energy flow model.

The fact that the Universe was expanding and accelerating was a sensation of innovation at the time.

  • Ostensibly, the Universe can expand ad infinitum. The problem is that energy is always cyclical and moves between poles in four familiar phases: stimulation, expansion, contraction, and relaxation. To claim that the process of expansion can occur without limits is to say, by analogy, that there is a state of perpetual summer! After that, autumn and winter will never come.

As we know, stars are also born and die, as are entire galaxies. There is no reason not to assume that new universes also form while others die. (Returning to a state of singularity. (a kind of black hole)

 

The four seasons are just one (of many) examples of cyclic energetic flow.

The 4 seasons are just one (of many) examples of cyclic energetic flow.

From the single cell to the entire Universe, all-natural energetic processes are characterized by the cyclic energy flow, which consists of four phases.

The four phases are:

  1. Stimulation.
  2. Expansion.
  3. Contraction.
  4. Relaxation.

Prominent examples:

  • Mitosis (Cell division) consists of 4 phases. (Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase.)
  • Body organs: Respiratory system & heartbeat. (Each has 4 phases.) 
  • Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter.
  • Life Cycle: Birth, Maturity, Old age, Death. (This also applies to stars!)
  • All matter has 4 phases: Gas, Liquid, Plasma, and Solid. (Matter and energy have dual properties.) 

 

New findings reinforce the concept of a multiverse with egg-like geometry (Fibonacci spiral) universes. 

Since energy and matter are never static, the multiverse cannot be described as an infinite basket of eggs. A more correct comparison is a bubbling soup with egg-like bubbles. New bubbles are constantly created, while others burst and seem to disappear.

Link: A universal equation for the shape of an egg -- ScienceDaily

The findings of an egg-like universe contradict many accepted paradigms, including the notion of an ever-expanding universe. If the Universe has edges and it is probably possible to disc on the edge of another universe, this is another validation of the idea of a multiverse. Why does the concept of a multiverse fit better with the principles of physics?

  1. A multiverse (by analogy, an infinite basket of eggs), within which some universes are born and die, is a concept of an energetic cycle, as opposed to a one-time event, as explained in the Big Bang theory. From the single cell to the entire Universe, all the active processes in nature are characterized by the cyclic energy flow.
  2. It makes no mathematical sense to describe the age of a universe in any number! 13.8 billion years is an arbitrary number. In a multiverse state, age and the dimension of time are infinite.
  3. In the multiverse, time, energy, and matter in parallel universes may interact and trigger the eruption and birth of new universes and the death of other universes. The multiverse model is cyclical, infinite, and non-arbitrary.

The multiverse theory fits in and does not contradict any law in physics. It is also consistent with recent James Webb Space Telescope findings, which may change the conventional wisdom about the Big Bang.

 

The concept of the multiverse also changes the notion of time.

Without space, there are no concepts of time, so according to all existing explanations, there was no concept of time before the Big Bang. (So thought Einstein himself.)

  • In a multiverse model, the time dimension is infinite. The Universe has always existed and will continue to exist forever, and the concept of time is endless! Before the Big Bang (a single event within an infinite number of universes), there was a time in the other parallel universes.
  • The fact that our Universe, and probably everything else, is egg-like shouldn't come as a surprise. An egg is a Fibonacci spiral, with all the mathematical peculiarities of the golden ratio and exceptional strength. (This is a highly energy-efficient structure.)
  • If we think of a multiverse as an infinite number of eggs, an endless basket of eggs, within which new eggs are both born and die (becoming singulars), we will notice that there are inevitably gaps between the eggs. These intervals must be black hole-like with an energetic singularity. There may be wormhole passages connecting all multiverses. (Just speculation)

Our changing perception of the existence of time before the Big Bang may open up new explanations for the formation of life on Earth. Current theories of abiogenesis (creating life from simple molecules) are problematic. The ideas I present so far are not radical. They have been presented in different contexts, just not together.

 

The Universe's geometry as a Fibonacci egg shape explains the spiral time. 

  • General relativity teaches that the dimension of time is not independent but part of the fabric of space-time. With the famous equations formulated by Albert Einstein and published in 1915, you will not find time in the formulas. Thoughts about spiral time have been previously raised by none other than the mathematician Kurt Godel. 

 The fact that our perception of time as a one-way axis from the past to the future is wrong appears several times in Adrian Dvir's threshold. (Information provided by extraterrestrials)

  • Modern physics is already grappling with the strange issue of the future's influence on the past (Retrocausality). Observed phenomena do not seem to have simple logical explanations. History, of course, affects the future, but the end involving the past appears irrational. This seemingly contradicts the axial time dimension.
  • I appreciate that the unique geometry of the Universe, in the form of a Fibonacci spiral, has implications for the dimension of time as a spiral. The geometry of the Universe is undoubtedly related to the dimension of time!

Suppose the configuration of the Universe is in the form of a Fibonacci egg, as the first clues from the James Webb telescope reveal. In that case, the Universe's geometry may also change our perception of time. 

  • Today, Universe's10 equations of metric tensors equations reflect 4 dimensions (three of space and one of time) in a universe that looks like a Fibonacci egg; any two points (in 3D) can be described as familiar trinitarian relationships concerning axes and radius. As we know, logarithms behave as golden ratios. Because of the unique geometry, I think creating a space-time map of three dimensions is possible instead of four! This direction differs from the Kaloza-Klein theory, revealing exciting results when adding more dimensions. 
  • Developing these formulas may solve the mystery of spiral time. Extraterrestrials have already explained that the time dimension is not linear.

I invite physicists to try to solve the metric tensor equations of general relativity with the universe shape of a Fibonacci spiral.

I don't think the solution will lead to a divine theory that unites all four forces, as the 1926 Kaluza-Klein theory attempted, but it may reveal the phenomenon of spiral time.

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