1. ISU Segment 1A: Energy and its quanta

I am going to advance the idea that energy is the fundamental component of the universe. Energy is the cause of everything that happens, and space is where everything happens. Energy is indestructible and fills all space. The energy in space is defined as the pressure of the energy density of space and can be represented by P = E / V, where P is pressure, E is energy, and V is volume.

There is a tiny amount of energy that can be described as the smallest increment of energy that can have any meaningful impact on the universe. A meaningful impact is described as anything that can cause a change in P (energy density), no matter how small the change. That amount of energy is called the elementary energy particle (EEP) and is the quanta of energy (E).

Though the EEP has “particle” in its name it cannot be detected individually in space. But the reference to particle is valid because energy composes matter, and the tiniest increment of energy that can contribute to the composition of matter is the EEP.

The EEP pulses. Each pulse causes a tiny change in energy density surrounding it. This is the smallest change in energy density possible and so the EEP is the smallest increment of energy possible. Its pulse is composed of a perpetual process of expansion and contraction in space.

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3. Originally Posted by bogie
ISU Segment 1A: Energy and its quanta

I am going to advance the idea that energy is the fundamental component of the universe. Energy is the cause of everything that happens, and space is where everything happens. Energy is indestructible and fills all space. The energy in space is defined as the pressure of the energy density of space and can be represented by P = E / V, where P is pressure, E is energy, and V is volume.

There is a tiny amount of energy that can be described as the smallest increment of energy that can have any meaningful impact on the universe. A meaningful impact is described as anything that can cause a change in P (energy density), no matter how small the change. That amount of energy is called the elementary energy particle (EEP) and is the quanta of energy (E).

Though the EEP has “particle” in its name it cannot be detected individually in space. But the reference to particle is valid because energy composes matter, and the tiniest increment of energy that can contribute to the composition of matter is the EEP.

The EEP pulses. Each pulse causes a tiny change in energy density surrounding it. This is the smallest change in energy density possible and so the EEP is the smallest increment of energy possible. Its pulse is composed of a perpetual process of expansion and contraction in space.
ISU Segment 1B: Basic EEP

If one EEP existed in infinite space, the expansion phase of its pulse would be infinite and that one EEP would be expanded to fill all of space. Space being potentially infinite, that lone EEP would never contact. If multiple EEPs exist in space they spread out evenly to equalize the pressure across contiguous space as they individually expand and contract (the equalizing principle). But there is a potentially infinite number of EEPs, and if they were all in the form of energy density in space, contiguous space would be at a consistent pressure. The average energy density of space at this consistent pressure is P(1).

The equalizing process is referred to as jostling. Each expansion phase of the pulse of an EEP forces its way among surrounding EEPs, and each contraction phase of the pulse gives way to the expansion of adjacent EEPs. EEPs can be said to be jostling within the energy density of space. This jostling energy density is referred to as the energy Background or background pressure P(B). P(B) is variable and will be used to refer to the pressure of the energy density background in general.

The extent of the EEPs individual pulses of expansion and contraction is determined by the pressure of the background. Expansion of the surroundings decreases the frequency (f) of the pulse and increases the volume (V) of space occupied by each EEP, a characteristic that becomes important in the process of matter formation from the energy density of space.

4. On another board we were taking about people pressing me for answers about some of my ideas.

Originally Posted by farmerjumperdon
I find that a couple of quick, level-headed (non-panic prone) guards to be very effective against any press.

But seriously, why must the EEP pulse?
Originally Posted by Bogie
The way I see it, something has too .

The pulse is an expansion and contraction of the tiniest increment of energy, i.e. the source of the power of energy. The elementary energy behind the universe boils down to this tiny pulse.

Each contraction stops when near infinite energy density is reached by the individual EEP. Infinite energy density is the limit that it cannot quite attain. The contraction stops so abruptly at the limit that the EEP expansion begins as a bounce off of that unattainable limit.
I thought I would add that thought here for all the pseudoscience fans who must have wondered the same thing, lol.

5. Originally Posted by bogie
Originally Posted by bogie
ISU Segment 1A: Energy and its quanta

I am going to advance the idea that energy is the fundamental component of the universe. Energy is the cause of everything that happens, and space is where everything happens. Energy is indestructible and fills all space. The energy in space is defined as the pressure of the energy density of space and can be represented by P = E / V, where P is pressure, E is energy, and V is volume.

There is a tiny amount of energy that can be described as the smallest increment of energy that can have any meaningful impact on the universe. A meaningful impact is described as anything that can cause a change in P (energy density), no matter how small the change. That amount of energy is called the elementary energy particle (EEP) and is the quanta of energy (E).

Though the EEP has “particle” in its name it cannot be detected individually in space. But the reference to particle is valid because energy composes matter, and the tiniest increment of energy that can contribute to the composition of matter is the EEP.

The EEP pulses. Each pulse causes a tiny change in energy density surrounding it. This is the smallest change in energy density possible and so the EEP is the smallest increment of energy possible. Its pulse is composed of a perpetual process of expansion and contraction in space.
ISU Segment 1B: Basic EEP

If one EEP existed in infinite space, the expansion phase of its pulse would be infinite and that one EEP would be expanded to fill all of space. Space being potentially infinite, that lone EEP would never contact. If multiple EEPs exist in space they spread out evenly to equalize the pressure across contiguous space as they individually expand and contract (the equalizing principle). But there is a potentially infinite number of EEPs, and if they were all in the form of energy density in space, contiguous space would be at a consistent pressure. The average energy density of space at this consistent pressure is P(1).

The equalizing process is referred to as jostling. Each expansion phase of the pulse of an EEP forces its way among surrounding EEPs, and each contraction phase of the pulse gives way to the expansion of adjacent EEPs. EEPs can be said to be jostling within the energy density of space. This jostling energy density is referred to as the energy Background or background pressure P(B). P(B) is variable and will be used to refer to the pressure of the energy density background in general.

The extent of the EEPs individual pulses of expansion and contraction is determined by the pressure of the background. Expansion of the surroundings decreases the frequency (f) of the pulse and increases the volume (V) of space occupied by each EEP, a characteristic that becomes important in the process of matter formation from the energy density of space.
ISU Segment 1C: Ideas about why the EEP expands

The pulse is an expansion and contraction of the tiniest increment of energy, i.e. the source of the power of energy. The elementary energy behind the universe boils down to this tiny pulse.

I have said that the EEP “jostles” with other EEPs as it expands and contracts. In segment 1B I babbled, “The equalizing process is referred to as jostling. Each expansion phase of the pulse of an EEP forces its way among surrounding EEPs, and each contraction phase of the pulse gives way to the expansion of adjacent EEPs. EEPs can be said to be jostling within the energy density of space. This jostling energy density is referred to as the Energy Background or background pressure P(B). P(B) is variable and will be used to refer to the pressure of the energy density background in general.”

Each contraction stops when near infinite energy density is reached by the individual EEP. Infinite energy density is the limit that it cannot quite attain. The contraction stops so abruptly at the limit that the EEP expansion begins as a bounce off of that unattainable limit.

Once the EEP is expanding the question is what makes it stop expanding and start to contract again?

This segment tells why the contraction ends and why the expansion begins. Maybe the next segment should address the more complicated explanation of how the expansion ends and becomes a contraction again. The answer, EEP overlap, has far reaching implications.

6. I should have put this introduction before the various segments, so here it is; better late than never.

Introduction to the Infinite Spongy Universe (ISU)

Four Axioms of the ISU

1) If ever there was nothing, nothing could ever be.

2) If ever there was something, something would always be.

3) Something being means something has always been.

4) The universe is energy, always has been, and always will be.

Now the segments presented so far about energy can be based on the axioms, i.e. energy has always been and always will be.

7. Originally Posted by bogie
ISU Segment 1C: Ideas about why the EEP expands

The pulse is an expansion and contraction of the tiniest increment of energy, i.e. the source of the power of energy. The elementary energy behind the universe boils down to this tiny pulse.

I have said that the EEP “jostles” with other EEPs as it expands and contracts. In segment 1B I babbled, “The equalizing process is referred to as jostling. Each expansion phase of the pulse of an EEP forces its way among surrounding EEPs, and each contraction phase of the pulse gives way to the expansion of adjacent EEPs. EEPs can be said to be jostling within the energy density of space. This jostling energy density is referred to as the Energy Background or background pressure P(B). P(B) is variable and will be used to refer to the pressure of the energy density background in general.”

Each contraction stops when near infinite energy density is reached by the individual EEP. Infinite energy density is the limit that it cannot quite attain. The contraction stops so abruptly at the limit that the EEP expansion begins as a bounce off of that unattainable limit.

Once the EEP is expanding the question is what makes it stop expanding and start to contract again?

This segment tells why the contraction ends and why the expansion begins. Maybe the next segment should address the more complicated explanation of how the expansion ends and becomes a contraction again. The answer, EEP overlap, has far reaching implications.
ISU Segment 1D: The Law of EEP Contraction

The energy background, i.e. energy density in space is pulsing as each quantum of energy (EEP) expands and contracts. The EEP contraction ends in a bounce that starts the expansion and the expansion causes the bouncing EEP to force itself into the space of twenty or thirty adjacent EEPs that are expanding and/or contracting in space surrounding it. This jostling causes overlaps to form that start as small amounts of energy (less than a quantum), and grow in energy as the overlap progresses.

The twenty or thirty adjacent EEPs will contribute to the next generation of contracting EEPs. In fact each one will contribute to twenty or thirty completely new discrete quantum packets (EEPs). The overlap areas become the next generation of EEPs as they grow in energy from the adjacent overlapping EEPs and reach quantum status themselves.

When an overlap zone progresses to the point where it contains a quantum of energy, it stops expanding and begins to contract because no single overlap zone can contain more than a quantum of energy. If an overlap zone were to continue to expand, the energy in the zone would exceed a quantum which would violate the law of quantum energy packets.

The law of EEP (quantum) contraction: As soon as the energy density in a given pressure zone of overlapping EEPs in space rises to one quantum of energy, that space contracts and the contraction progresses until it bounces off of the unattainable limit of infinite energy density.

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