The Universe: Beginning, End And In-Between
Cosmos is Evolution of Energy
June 7 2007
Since a system/sub-system must be fractal to evolve, and since the Universe, including its sub-system Life, is continuously evolving, ergo energy is the BASE ELEMENT of everything and individual genes are the base elements of Life. Cosmic evolution is evolution of energy, and within it Life's evolution is the evolution of the genes/energy-quanta carriers.
At the beginning was the energy singularity.
At the end will be (near) zero mass and an infinite dispersion of the beginning energy.
In-between, the universe undergoes continuous evolution, its evolution consisting of myriad energy-to-energy and energy-to-mass-to-energy transformations.
Black holes of all sizes, and all forms of life if/wherever they are, are also samples of these transformations.
This reflection follows from items # 176,181,189. They are brief, and written not in Academenglish, which is often a Langcultural barrier.
PS 28 Aug 2006:
Re: Direct proof of dark matter published
I do not have any background knowledge about the subject.
All I have, I think, is plain common sense.
This is what I see in and conclude from the processed image of the event:
– In order to collide the two clusters ( that must have been moving in the same spatial course/direction due to universal expansion ) must have been moving at different moving rates.
– As the collision progresses the two (most probably) hydrogenous clusters' atmospheres press against each other.
– Each of the two separate clusters' atmospheres is deformed and displaced, in extent and in shape and characteristics depending on the size of its parent cluster and on the characteristics of its H atmosphere and on the events of the evolution of the merger of the clusters .
PS Sept 5 2006, posting in Hyp Science and later also in PhysOrg forums
In forum Biology, thread Genetic Memory, I wrote:
"At the beginning the universe was the energy singularity.
At the end it will be (near) zero mass and an infinite dispersion of the beginning energy.
In-between, the universe undergoes continuous evolution, its evolution consisting of myriad energy-to-energy and energy-to-mass-to-energy transformations".
Here is a brief elaboration of the above statement:
Expansion, the ever increasing distance between galaxy clusters, is a manifestation of ongoing cosmic evolution, of the sum of processes continuously evolving in the universe.
Everything in the cosmos is fractal, rehappens on many scales, and is continuously evolving. Each and every system in the universe continuously evolves within the total universal evolution and all the systems' evolutions are intertwined.
This holds for the universe composition and for its processes, for its energy forms and mass constituents (and also for the very rare bubbles of energy which we call Earth Life).
Evolution can only be unfolded backwards; it cannot be calculated forward since it inherently courses towards ever more complex constellations, and this, consequently, at an ever accelerating rate, witness the universe… accelerated expansion is an inherent characteristic of a system undergoing evolution.
Time is a vital factor for living entities. In cosmic matters time just happens to be the other side of the cosmic coin distance, a factor proportional to distance, or to other continuously changing parameter(s); time does not warrant a dimensional term separate from them.
If in E = mC^2 FOR THE WHOLE UNIVERSE E is constant, then mC^2 is constant and since C is constant it is mandated that cosmic m is also constant, which is bothersome, especially as this equation does not account for cosmic inflation.
However, let us dispense with C, which involves a time element, and let the right side of the equation be the sum of all values of m(1+D), where D is the Distance from Big Bang point and the sum is of all spatial values of D from D=0 to D=selected value.
In this case both m and D vary continuously. From D=0 at singularity m decreases continuously as D increases with inflation ( and vice versa ).
This appears rational and true-to-universe, and implies that eventually mass will be diminished (while also diluted locally) and would practically be zero at all locations.
PS Nov 9 2006
Following Newton (1) gravity is decreased when mass is decreased and (2) acceleration of a body is given by dividing the force acting upon it by its mass. By plain common sense the combination of those two 'laws' may explain the accelerating cosmic expansion of galaxy clusters and the laws that drive it, based on the E/ m/ D relationship suggested above..
Sep 8 2006, in PhysOrgForum.
I learned and thought that entropy started with the Big Bang, that "before" the Big Bang the Universe was in a singularity condition, no space, no time and no distance, all mass existed at exactly one point, defined by its own existence, because there was no volume around it, and that therefore all occurrences took place instantaneously, in zero time, because there was no time, because there was no distance, because there was no space.
So what may be wrong in my suggested cosmic energy/mass/expansion-distance relationship or expression?
Anxious to learn,
Sep 11 2006
– My major point is the uneasy statement in E=mc^2 when applied to the whole universe that both E and m are constant.
– The next point is that space-time-distance should not be considered three separate factors but a group of three images of one facor.
– And the final point is that in E=mc^2 there is no effect shown of the factor distance (expansion) on the factor mass.
Very anxious to learn,
Evolution of the universe, Rational common sense reflections
5 January 2007
Recent neutron-to-proton decay report jarred me. Why just a very small number of neutrons radiate upon decaying to protons, and maybe there are additional neutron decay modes with which we are yet not familiar…
This invoked the following reflections:
– Elementary: "nature's laws" are – like grammar's laws – summaries, not directives, of nature's processes and occurrences.
– The beginning of the universe may be its end and its end may be its beginning.
– The states of the universe at its beginning and at its end are constant; the states of its in-between them are stochastic.
– Each arising stochastic cosmic phase-constellation evolves stochastically.
– The earliest fragments of singularity evolved into galactic clumps; within each primordial fragment-clump evolution may have been proceeding stochastically, ergo possibly with non-identical in-clumps' laws and occurrences.
– Similarly also in local – but cosmically isolated – regions within galactic clum
ps evolution may have been proceeding stochastically ergo maybe with non-identical regions' laws and occurrences.
PS: And we are still looking for a Final Theory ?
01-21-2007, in Hypo forum
Dark energy may be vacuum?
I do not understand why 'vacuum energy' need be conscripted to explain expansion.
I refer us all to
Yahoo! 360° – Dov's Blog – The Universe: Beginning, End And In-Between
which comprises my posts in this forum and suggests for expansion in void:
" Following Newton, (1) gravity is decreased when mass is decreased and (2) acceleration of a body is given by dividing the force acting upon it by its mass. By plain common sense the combination of those two 'laws' may explain the accelerating cosmic expansion of galaxy clusters and the laws that drive it, based on the E/ m/ D relationship suggested above.. "
the 'above' being the opening paras of the above brief link.
Hoping to be enlightened,
"Popular", 22 01 2007 in Hypo forum
"Let’s start by saying that energy is the property of a thing. It is not a thing in its own right." (Popular, in post #1)
I don't understand. I learned that Singularity's "Energy" was/is/will be everything comprising the cosmos. See the para below.
To me it means that the Energy is the base element of mass. This is not a thing in its own right but a property of a thing?
Or is this a case of linguistic definition of the term "energy" ?
A generally accepted cosmic genesis timeline:
The Universe begins with a cataclysm that generates space and time, as well as all the matter and energy the Universe will ever hold. For an incomprehensibly small fraction of a second, the Universe is an infinitely dense, hot fireball. The prevailing theory describes a peculiar form of energy that can suddenly push out the fabric of space. On a rare occasion, a runaway process called "Inflation" can cause a vast expansion of space filled with this energy. The inflationary expansion is stopped only when this energy is transformed into matter and energy as we know it.
After "inflation", one millionth of a second after the Big Bang, the Universe continues to expand but not nearly so quickly. As it expands, it becomes less dense and cools. The most basic forces in nature become distinct: first gravity, then the strong force, which holds nuclei of atoms together, followed by the weak and electromagnetic forces. By the first second, the Universe is made up of fundamental particles and energy: quarks, electrons, photons, neutrinos and less familiar types. These particles smash together to form protons and neutrons.
I've also been wondering, several years by now, if "dark energy" and "dark matter" were'nt the major Big-Bang's Singularity's initial products, and happened to evolve in many and bigger space enclosures-pockets not interacting with "our" fewer and smaller space enclosures-pockets. Thus the "dark" products have simply evolved in their own course(s), different from "ours".