1. CHAPTER 6: THE RED SHIFT

SECTION 6-0: INTRODUCTION

In this chapter the red shift will be explained. In addition the dual-repetitive big bang pulse will be explained. Although an exponential function has been looked at for the big bang, it does not agree with scientific results, which indicate a very short impulse function for the big bang. Thus instead of describing it as an exponential where both time and distance changes, which would cause an impulse, it appears better to describe it directly as an impulse. In addition, the ability of space to hold back so much energy seems unlikely. The better solution is for a space time impulse in which the energy of the big bang is in motion and converges upon the black hole. Thus while there is an impulse at R=0, there simultaneously is the same amount of energy at R = Rg. Thus our big bang occurs which the previous big bang comes back at us. This gives us dual big bangs in which the galaxy changes from matter to antimatter and over and over again. The study of the redshift will illustrate this point.

SECTION 6-1: THE EXPERIMENT

Take a small pebble and throw in a quiet lake. This represents the big bang impulse function. Notice that when the rock hits the water, there is a high frequency high amplitude wave at the point of origin or big bang. Notice that as the wave stretches out that the amplitude of the wave and the frequency of the wave decreases. Upon the lake the wave will dissipate. A point is reach where the wave will not be visible. There is friction within the water and thus the wave energy is used up.

Now imagine a frictionless body of water surrounded by a circular reflecting surface of radius Rg. The wave will move outward to Rg and then return. If the return path was identical space-time wise as the original path, then standing waves would result. Thus for an ideal pool, perpetual standing waves would result.

Now let us have a multi-dimensional lake. In this lake, the return path is separated from the forward path. In this case standing waves will not develop/ In this case, the wave will return to the point of origin and the original big bang will result.

Finally let us make a spherical lake. In the center let us explode a firecracker. The wave will go outward toward the radius of the galaxy. It will return and explode the firecracker over and over again.

Now let us look at the dual universe solution. In this case a firecracker explodes and by the time the energy pulse reaches the radius of the galaxy, a second firecracker explodes. For this solution, by the time the energy is dissipated from the first big bang, the second big bang occurs. This causes the first galaxy to be destroyed and replaced by the second galaxy. Thus the matter galaxy is replaced by the antimatter galaxy.

The impulse solution states that this Earth will not be destroyed by the black hole explosion at the center of our galaxy but by the incoming impulse wave. Since the wave travels at the speed of light, the earth will be destroyed in a split second.

Time = Diameter Earth / 186,000 miles per second (6-1)

Using 4000 miles for the Earthâ€™s diameter:

Time of destruction = 2.15E-2 (6-2)

Time of destruction = 1/50 second. (6-3)

It takes only a fiftieth of a second for the pulse to completely transverse the Earth. The effect will be such that people will not even have a chance to think about the end. N pain and suffering will be involved. It is like ground zero at an atomic explosion. Everyone will be vaporized into nothingness. Furthermore since the pulse is traveling at light speed, the destruction of the nearby stars will not be visible. An Einsteinian independent observer who survives the incoming wave will notice that the entire galaxy will be black in the visible spectrum. This is the outer darkness, which is the fate of this Earth and humanity. No man will see the outer-darkness. They will merely become part of it.

SECTION 6-2 THE LIGHT WAVE FROM THE GALAXY

The photonic wave from the big bang at the galaxy center has very high energy at the big bang. This produces high-energy protons and electrons, which radiate energy. For the present galaxy, the proton had slightly more energy than the electron and thus the electron revolved around the proton. This caused rapid energy loss of the electron until stability of 1/1836 was achieved. For the next cycle, the electron will have slightly more energy than the proton. This will cause a galaxy of anti-protons and positrons to be developed. Thus there is a hysteresis look in space-time, which continuously switches the galaxy from matter to antimatter. For simultaneously explosions of all galaxies, the entire universe will switch. It is also possible for galaxies to randomly explode, thus creating continuous creation in the universe.

As the light wave stretches out we find that energy is used up in the stretching of the energy field. Thus the photonic field acts very much like the water wave. By the time the light wave reaches the radius of the galaxy, the energy of the wave is basically zero. All the energy has been used up and the wave will end in space at Rg, the radius of the galaxy. For the enclosed lake, the water wave hit a barrier. For the free space electrical wave, no barrier is necessary as the wave reaches the zero energy level and then returns via the multi-dimensional path. Thus the galaxy has a free standing wave in space which always returns upon itself.

The red shift is then defined as:

F= Fo Rs / Rg (6-4)

Equation 5-4 defines the redshift. It states that the frequency of light from the atoms equals the original frequency Fo (after big bang stability) times the ratio of the distance to the far stars Rs divided by the radius of the galaxy Rg.

In no case does the redshift mean that the far stars are moving away from us rapidly. That is a false conclusion. The galaxy and the universe form a perfectly stable sphere of outer radius 2Rg. We live upon a sphere of Rg while the field reaches in to zero and outward to 2Rg.

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4. Originally Posted by Cosmo
You have a 'typo' in the title of your post.

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Cosmo
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