Physics & Cosmic Order VI: Cosmology & System 3

Robert W. Campbell


System 3 requires that the universe is hierarchically discontinuous with cyclical motions introducing space frame skipping that must be accounted for on galactic, solar and planetary scales. On a galactic scale gravity holds stellar populations in orbit around their black hole centers but this centripetal acceleration introduces the skipping of external linear space frames. On a solar scale this external space-time contraction is compensated for by fusion processes in stellar centers that contract the inner spherical space of atoms. A balance is required between these two phenomena in order to preserve a preponderance of synchronicity in the universe at large. This results in quantum forces that rotate and impel young hydrogen rich stars radially outward in the galactic disc while drawing old stars rich in heavy elements and neutrons back toward an accretion disc where they are eventually regenerated into primary hydrogen for periodic ejection from the black hole center as fresh feedstock for new generations of stars. Typical calculations indicate that galaxies are cells eternally regenerating their stellar populations in this way. Quantum forces, including gravity, are not transmitted externally through space-time. They operate frame by frame through the agency of the orthogonal Void that integrates history to maintain a preponderance of synchronicity in the universe as a whole. Space and time are quantized by the discontinuous projection of atomic matter. They are implicitly defined a posteriori to creation by processes at the atomic level. There is no a priori spacetime continuum that predetermines a beginning or end to the universe. There are alternate explanations for the red shift, the background radiation and for other mysterious phenomena.

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