02 February 2013
My theory challenges many concepts in today's understood physics and mathematics.
- The mathematical concept of "nothing" and conservation of mass.
Before the big bang, nothing existed. "Nothing" isn't the same as zero, zero is a numerical value whereas nothing is a conceptual value; such as infinity. So when nothing is divided by zero it gives a base for mathematics; yielding infinity on both sides of the equation. You bring one over, it inverts into negative infinity and they cancel out. This proof is what I refer to as the "Static Prevention of Matter"
- The Big Bang and Conservation of Energy
Assuming matter can be create and destroyed instantaneously, perhaps the first deviation of time had to do with energy altering this equation. The conservation of mass is being challenged, but the conservation of energy, however, is not. Energy existed in order to integrate itself into anti-matter charging the "anti-" out in the form of an electron leaving behind a proton. Now that the anti-matter is separated, the original matter can exist as a neutron. The next moment of time the energy that seperated the Electron from it's sister Proton created an outward explosion of Electrons, a much less outward eruption of protons, and a solid core of Neutrons.
- Magnetic Fields and Gravitational Waves
After the initial explosion disorganization began. When the first electron turned back in due it's attraction with another proton (it wouldn't be attracted to it's sister) that set the direction of the magnetic field. Soon all the electrons were rushing back towards the center as Protons were being pulled outward. As this continued, centrifugal forces became more relevant and acted on all froms of mass and energy. The core of Neutrons was pulled apart and sent outward whereas the path of travel for the electrons became more resistant the closer they got to the center. This is due to the concept of gravitational waves decompressing out from the center-black-hole.
As centrifugal forces determined the balance of matter over time, the Earth was being created. First, the most dense elements (with the most protons) made it to the outside edge first; which is what the current model refers to as the core of the Earth. Elements and compounds followed in order of density there-after. When H2O made it's way, or at least when Hydrogen and Oxygen landed. The possibility for life began.