My conclusions on “A variable expansion speed theory of grav

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My conclusions on “A variable expansion speed theory of grav

Postby Andrex on September 6th, 2020, 11:54 am 

With almost 400,000 “clicks” on my “personal theory”, I think some concluding points might provoke some questioning on which it might be interesting to exchange if you're interested.

Subjects:

1)Fact: Nobody knows what “Energy” is. All we know is its “effects”.

Conclusion: Our universe isn’t “energy”; but simply an “effect” of energy.

2)Facts:

a- Our universe is a “space volume”.
b- A “space volume is made of “distances”.
c- A “distance” is a trajectory from one point to another.
d- A trajectory is a “motion”.

Conclusion: Our universe is “motion”.

3) Fact: A “motion” is the result of “kinetic energy”.

Conclusion: Our universe is an “effect” of “kinetic energy”.

4) Facts:

a- Everything started at “Zero”; which means “zero energy”.
b- The Big bang was the manifestation of the maximum kinetic energy that ever existed which never augmented or diminished since.

Conclusion: The Big bang was (or is) an “effect” of the maximum kinetic energy that ever existed, which means that our universe has been “animated” by an “effect” of the maximum kinetic energy that ever existed.

5)Facts:

a-The maximum kinetic energy produces a “motion” that has the “speed of light”.
b-Light-speed "motion" travels 10^-35 meter in 10^-43 second.

1st conclusion: The initial “space volume” that appeared had a diameter of 10^-35 meter since all the existing energy had already attained its maximum.

2nd conclusion: The “time length” of a “present moment” is “frozen” by lightspeed at 10^-43 second.

3rd conclusion: “Time” started at “zero”, which means: 10^-43 second before the Big bang was manifested.

The bar is opened.

André Lefebvre
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Re: My conclusions on “A variable expansion speed theory of

Postby Andrex on September 11th, 2020, 5:27 pm 

It seems that when the "facts" are exact and the conclusions are based on "reason", it becomes hard to discuss the results. :-(
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