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Our Regenerating Universe

Our Regenerating Universe

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A summary of the Regeneration Theory - the explanation that our universe goes on, reusing all matter and energy to bring new galaxies into being.
A summary of the Regeneration Theory - the explanation that our universe goes on, reusing all matter and energy to bring new galaxies into being.

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Our universe inhabits an expanding wave within a perpetual cosmos.
Our Regenerating Universe
During 1997 a concept paper described an alternative universe to one initiated by a “big bang” approximately 14 billion years ago. The paper described a universe that wascapable of a much longer life, perhaps perpetual, maintaining itself through regeneration.This paper was given limited distribution in the astronomical community.As a result of subsequent observations and theoretical development, this initial conceptwas expanded into a book published in 2004,
Our Regenerating Universe, A New Theoryof the Cosmos.
The main tenets of the theory can be briefly summarized.
Perpetual Life
As an alternative to “intelligent design” of the universe, a “multiverse” theory has gained adherents among cosmologists to explain why we inhabit a universe that is so extremelyfine-tuned as to be able to support life. The multiverse theory proposes that we are one of a very large number of universes, most of which do not support life. We are here becausethis one suits us. However, big bang doctrine and the recent discovery of accelerated expansion lead many scientists to believe that our universe is short lived, that we aredestined to expand forever as the universe runs down and burns itself out.The regeneration theory holds that this will not happen. The multiverse theory, carried toits logical conclusion, would result in virtual certainty that our universe is perpetual, notdoomed to extinction. The principles of competition and natural selection would assurethat after a long period of time almost all of the universes presently in existence would be perpetual. Although still being created, most short-lived ones would have died out. Howdoes our universe achieve this perpetual life? Through regeneration.
According to the theory, our universe regenerates by means of black holes and quasars.Most of what we call quasars, both at the present time and some in the distant past, areradiating black holes that achieve their power and brilliance through the consumption of matter. They grow larger as they consume. A completely different and more powerfultype of quasar is responsible for regeneration. When black holes achieve a certain criticalmass, they erupt into
quasars, expelling their contents in the form of hydrogenand the other primary elements over an extended period of time. These elements providethe raw material for the formation of new galaxies and stars. Consumption and renewalare a continuous process that can sustain the universe forever unless an external eventintercedes.
The Cosmos
The regeneration theory requires some changes in old terms to fit the new concepts.Because of a vastly different exponential relationship between gravitational attraction and the propulsive effects of regenerating black holes, many centers of violent activity arecreated within the cosmos. These extremely violent centers resolve themselves intowaves, both major (primary) and minor (secondary). The
refers only to this wave-filled body.The primary waves provide the propulsive power in periods of compression.Compression of the primary waves creates fireballs of black hole regeneration that aresufficient to keep the cosmos filled with secondary waves.What we presently refer to as the multiverse is instead a m
. The multiversetheory is instead a
The Universe
, on the other hand, is considered to be our “local environment”, withoutdiscrete boundaries, that we can probe and measure. It exists within an expandingsecondary wave within the cosmos. The cosmos is filled with wave universes similar toours in different stages of expansion and contraction. Our universe is presently in an earlystage of expansion, which is destined to reverse itself in the future.
The cosmos itself is at stable equilibrium between expansion and contraction. Gravityand the massive propulsive effect of black hole regeneration reverse any increase or decrease in its volume. Our universe, on the other hand, is in a period of accelerated expansion. Wave energy provides most of the mass density of both our universe and thecosmos.
Dark Energy and Dark Matter
Dark energy and dark matter arise naturally from a regenerating cosmos. Dark energy isthe wave energy that is presently accelerating the expansion of our universe. Dark matter is principally the dead stars, dead galaxies, black holes and other detritus accumulated over many cycles of expansion and contraction. These are eventually recycled into newgalaxies by their absorption into massive black holes that convert into generative quasars.
Galaxy Evolution
The proposed theory of galaxy evolution differs from our present concept of theevolution process. Galaxies evolve from elliptical (spheroid) to spiral. Generative
quasars create the elliptical galaxies. Spiral galaxies are degenerate elliptical galaxies.The spiral galaxy dark matter consists of the remains of the elliptical galaxies from whichthey evolve. Spiral galaxies eventually degenerate into residual dwarf, feeble “ghost”,and dead galaxies.Many galaxies, mostly spiral, are carried over from the previous wave cycle. Mostelliptical galaxies were created during the compression phase of our current cycle. Theseeventually evolve into spiral galaxies, many of which will be carried over into the nextcycle of contraction and expansion. Galaxy clusters also carry over from the previouscycle.
Dark Age
The “dark age”, rather than being the “beginning of the Universe”, is created beyond the bottom of our expansion wave. All galaxies beyond the bottom exist in the compression phase of the previous cycle. The compression blueshifts these galaxies. They visuallyappear intermingled with the galaxies in our expansion phase. Beyond the bottom thereappears to be a paucity of galaxies, creating an apparent “dark age” resulting from thecompression blueshifting.
Microwave Background and X-ray Radiation
A regenerating universe creates both a microwave background and sources of x-rayradiation that fill the universe. Expansion from our universe’s compression phaseattenuates the thermal radiation from the primary wave fireball and from galaxy creationduring the compression phase. This activity imprints variability into the microwave background. An abundance of black holes in the universe that have been accumulated over many cycles contributes a major portion of the x-ray radiation.
Elemental Mix
Galaxy creation by the generative quasars and the primary wave fireballs create the same proportionate mix of elements we presently attribute to a “big bang”.
The wave nature of the universe creates considerable turbulence. This is responsible for the distortion of the shape of so many galaxies near the bottom of the compression cycleand the frothy nature of the distribution of galaxies and galaxy clusters.
Why is this new view of the universe so useful to us? Principally, it explains dark matter and dark energy as flowing naturally from the new assumptions. It provides a descriptionof the evolution of galaxies that is consistent with the evolution of our universe through

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