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The Most Probable Origin/Source Of Our Universe’s Gravitons

July 8, 2015

The most probable origin/source of our universe’s gravitons

The total  quantity of our universe’s mass/energy  is constant.

Therefore the most probable origin/source of our universe’s gravitons is our universe’s once-per- circa 20 billion years singularity.

From

https://oudonquijote.wordpress.com/2013/07/25/richard-feynmans-the-theory-of-gravitation-sarah-smith/

Spoon Fed Story Of Our Universe

The universe is a (circa 20 hillion yrs?) cyclic affair between all-mass and all-energy poles. NATURAL SELECTION of a mass format mandates energy intake because since the big-bang the resolved mass is reconverting at a constant rate from inert mass to energy, to moving mass. The mass that reconverts to energy SELF-REPLICATES to mass, in black holes, for the eventual re-singularity. The energy-to-mass SELF-REPLICATION process is GRAVITY. All this is enabled and goes on and mandated by/due to the small size and shape and inter-attraction of the gravitons that enable zero distance between them to re-form singularity. Black holes extract the gravitons from matter and store them at low energy level. Singularity is attained only ONCE per circa 20 billion years when ALL the gravitons of the universe are together at zero inter-gravitons space because it takes the totality of their combined low inter-attraction force to form the universal singularity with the tremendous locked-in stresses freed-annealed with the big bang….

I hope that now it is understood what gravity is and why it is the monotheism of the universe…DH

Dov Henis (comments from 22nd century)

http://universe-life.com/

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