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Origin 14 So Much Time So Little Space

Origin 14 So Much Time So Little Space

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Of particular interest in our study of the universe is the existence of Great Walls and the GreatAttractor. Thought to be extremely long, yet thin, alignments of galaxies, clusters of galaxies andsuperclusters, assembled by large quantities of dark matter, it is thought that they might representa geometric structure congruent with the infalling strings from the superverse into the black holewe are within. These also represent topological defects left over from the early universe, earlyconnections still maintained, perhaps reflected in ancient black hole wormhole tunnelentanglements that still link distant parts of the universe which were once adjacent (and still are inother layers.) This reflects the universe's existence as a quantum particle, subject to quantumnonlocality. They expand in length as the universe expands, but remain narrow in width andheight. The parallel string-like timelines of the Hopf Fibration universe we are within may alsorepresent different states of the Universal string we reside upon (time proceeds lengthwise downthe string and space-time is any given point upon it.) The different timeline fibers of the Hopf Fibration are actually all one universal string that loops around from big bounce to big bounce(see image.) This is also reflected in the one dimensional mobius strip, which is our universe onits very basic level, expanding to torus and later to hypersphere (the 4th dimension being time.)The twist of the mobius and the center of the torus and the hypersphere are where the big bangoccurred. Since time is the fourth dimension of the hypersphere or glome, we exist on its threedimensional surface, all equidistant from the center, which is where the big bang and bouncesoccur. It's quite interesting and no accident that the volume of a torus and the surface area of thehypersphere are the same, just like how the Hopf Fibration looks very much like a torus. Thisshould give you an idea of why our universe can exist in all these shapes all across its timelines(remember that all times exist simultaneously.) As mentioned in Origin 12, this is the regionwhich flips from black hole to white hole as polarity reverses between the different members of the quadverse and we are either expanding or contracting, and either accumulating dark energyor dark matter in a higher ratio to the other. The reason the Great Wall and Great Attractor wereassembled so quickly is precisely because the universe is cyclical and information for their assemblage isn't lost, but maintained in the cosmic DNA of the universe, which was impartedupon it by the superverse. This is why it is a fractal representative of the superverse and theomniverse, as this cosmic DNA gets passed down to all baby universes/quadverses. The other reason why this happened with such rapidity is that dark matter, only influenced by gravity, canproceed at faster than c speeds, and therefore experiences negative time (it is actually matter from the antiverse, just like our matter is their dark matter and experiences negative time there).The transfer and conversion of matter to dark matter in both directions is what ultimately causesthe balanced cyclical nature of the quadverse, as this transference occurs between the universeand the antiverse, and the mirrorverse and the antimirroverse. This brings to bear the AharanovEffect, and the future postselects the past on the macro level, just as is the case on the quantumlevel. Bolstering this idea is the recent possible discovery of the sterile neutrino, which alsoexperiences time in both directions, because the only force which impacts it is gravity, whichexists in all dimensions, in a looping form (just like time), unlike the other forces, which are limitedstrings.If, as mentioned in Origin 13, our universe evolved from 1D to 2D to 3D and will one day reach4D, the question then becomes what will be the nature of this fourth dimension? Will it be aninternally manufactured dimension, like the other three spatial dimensions, or will it behyperspace, from the omniverse? I believe it will be the latter. Why? Because 3D space isstable, and once our universe expands to the extent needed to create the fourth dimension, it willbe so cold that it will reach the below absolute zero temps needed to interface with theomniverse. This, in turn, will cause explosive inflation (inflation phase 2), which will expand theuniverse within the omniverse, until it reaches the Cauchy Horizon of the black hole we residewithin, and then it will bounce back just as explosively, and contraction will begin. In inflationphase 2, no alternate timelines will be manufactured, unlike the first inflation, because when theuniverse was 2D there was no gravitation. In 3D space, we have gravitation, so that will keepnew emergent timelines from forming. The situation will be the reverse for the antiverse; whenwe go from 3D to 4D space and reach inflation phase 2, hit the Cauchy Horizon and contracttowards our next big bounce with converging timelines, it will be big bouncing and reachinginflation phase 1 and creating the parallel timelines in 2+1, just prior to phase transitioning to 3+1
(the "dark energy" era.) As it relates to the individual members of the quadverse, both theuniverse and the mirrorverse are always in sync, while the antiverse and antimirrorverse arealways in sync also. The reason for this 4 way balance is because our universe was generatedwith a small imbalance favoring matter over antimatter and regular matter over mirror matter, theother components, favor similar imbalances, but going in the other direction.The relationship between gravity and time is quite interesting. Besides both looping around andmaintaining the cyclical and balanced nature of the universe and quadverse (and omniverse, for that matter.) Not only is gravity/dark energy responsible for the creation of the third dimensionover entropy/time..... the rate of time also responds to the presence of gravitation. During the 1Dand 2D phases of the universe, when gravity waves do not exist, time proceeds very slowly(maybe remains static), until the universe cools sufficiently to phase transition to 3D, inflationoccurs with the polarity flip at the central black hole / white hole and the dark energy to darkmatter ratio increases, parallel time lines are created and gravity emerges. In 3D and 4D timeproceeds much more rapidly, since gravity is now present (but separated among the variousparallel timelines) and the universe expands ever more quickly in the dark energy era and evenfaster with explosive expansion (inflation phase 2) during the phase change to 4D space. At thistime, to an outside observer, the universe would finally become visible as a 1 dimensional lineexpanding from the center towards the event horizon of the parent black hole from both ends.Before this happened, it was only a point particle (although, since all times exist together,perhaps it will always appear as a line frozen in the imaginary time dimension of the omniverse--all the parallel timelines will be superimposed upon each other, in the fashion of quantumsuperposition-- as will the other members of the quadverse be visible as single dimensionallines.) Besides the black hole and superverse properties mentioned in Origin 13 which impact thephysical properties of the baby universe/quadverse, the actual size of the parent black hole andthus the width of the Cauchy Horizon, will also impact length of each oscillation. Time proceedseven more quickly when the universe rebounds off the Cauchy Horizon from the parent black hole(the macro version of the strong force), as the gravitational waves become much moreconcentrated as they bounce off of it and time proceeds rapidly as the universe starts to contract,the polarity at the center black hole / white hole flips, the dark matter to dark energy ratioincreases, until finally the phase transition back to 3D occurs as the universe heats up and keepscontracting with more dark matter, the time lines merge and gravity increases even more withdeflation until we reach the 1D/2D wall and time slows to a crawl (or stops), gravity disappearsand the universe big bounces at 10 planck lengths and the cycle starts all over again. In themirrorverse, this is synchronized, while it occurs in reverse in the antiverse and theantimirrorverse, where time itself is reversed. Note also, that gravity/time/dark matter/dark energyis conserved in the quadverse (and the omniverse in general) as an increase in rate or quantity inone component results in a decrease in one of the other components of the quadverse (actuallyit's 2 vs 2) since, after all, the universe and mirrorverse experience time in reverse from theantiverse and the antimirrorverse. The structure of this quadverse in the omniverse isn't actuallyfour lines, it's a double double helix (thus my cosmic DNA reference earlier-- yet another exampleof fractality!) Gravity and EM create the twists and turns to produce this structure. Consider thefour dimensions to each be base pairs of the cosmic DNA (for a total of 8 D, 6+2), connected toeach other through the central black hole / white hole which keeps reversing polarity at differentphases of the cycle. These wormhole connections are a cosmic fractal representation of thechemical bonds between the base pairs of the DNA double helix..... we actually have two doublehelixes, with the universe and mirrorverse in sync, as is the antiverse and the antimirrorverse,which all exist within the cosmically fractal 4+1 omniverse (this is exactly why our universereaches a limit of 4+1 in its own dimensions before starting to contract.)http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=the-amazing-disappearing-neutrinoThe Amazing Disappearing AntineutrinoA revised calculation suggests that around 3% of particles have gone missing from nuclear reactor experiments.
| April 1, 2011 | 10*By Eugenie Samuel Reich of Nature magazineNeutrinos have long perplexed physicists with their uncanny ability to evade detection, with asmany as two-thirds of the ghostly particles apparently going missing en route from the Sun toEarth. Now a refined version of an old calculation is causing a stir by suggesting that researchershave also systematically underestimated the number of the particles' antimatter partners--antineutrinos--produced by nuclear reactor experiments.The deficit could be caused by the antineutrinos turning into so-called 'sterile antineutrinos', whichcan't be directly detected, and which would be clear evidence for effects beyond the standardmodel of particle physics.In the 1960s, physicist Ray Davis, working deep underground in the Homestake gold mine inSouth Dakota, found that the flux of solar neutrinos hitting Earth was a third of that predicted bycalculations of the nuclear reactions in the Sun by theorist John Bahcall. Davis later received aNobel prize for his contributions to neutrino astrophysics. That puzzle was considered solved in2001, when the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) in Canada found the missing two-thirdsthrough an alternative means of detection. The SNO's results were taken as evidence thatneutrinos have a mass, which allows them to oscillate between three flavors: electron, muon andtau. Davis had only detected the electron neutrinos.Experiments that measure the rate of antineutrino production from the decay of uranium andplutonium isotopes have so far produced results roughly consistent with this theory. But therevised calculation accepted this week by Physical Review D suggests that it's not the wholestory. While waiting for the Double Chooz neutrino experiment in France to become fullyoperational, Thierry Lasserre and his colleagues at the French atomic energy commission(CEA)in Saclay set out to check predictions of the rate of antineutrino production by nuclear reactors.They repeated a calculation first done in the 1980s by Klaus Schreckenbach at the TechnicalUniversity of Munich, using more modern techniques that allowed them to be much more precise.Their new estimate of the rate of production is around 3% more than previously predicted. Thismeans that several generations of neutrino and antineutrino experiments have unknowinglymissed a small fraction of the particles. "It was completely a surprise for us," says Lasserre.Double Chooz consists of two detectors measuring the flux of antineutrinos produced by theChooz nuclear power plant in the French Ardennes, one detector about 400 meters away fromthe plant and the other 1 kilometer away. The far detector became operational this year.Stefan Schönert, a neutrino physicist at the Technical University of Munich, says the calculation issolid, and has been checked with Schreckenbach. "They can reproduce each other's results.There's no way around this result. It's very solid."Art McDonald of Queen's University in Kingston, Canada and the SNO says that people have tolook carefully at the calculation, which may itself have a systematic error. But, he adds, "there'sno doubt it would have significance as a physics result if it can be shown with more accuracy."The result may be pointing to evidence of neutrinos and antineutrinos oscillating into a fourth kindof neutrino or antineutrino, a so-called 'sterile' version that doesn't interact with ordinary matter,says Carlo Giunti, a physicist at the University of Turin in Italy. Other experiments have previouslyseen evidence for sterile particles, including the Liquid Scintillator Neutrino Detector at LosAlamos National Laboratory in New Mexico and the Mini Booster Neutrino Experiment, or 

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