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A Universe Beginning

"Imagination is more important than knowledge."

Albert Einstein

I am not an educated scientist. I'm just a man who likes to think. I've explained an idea here in the terms that I understand. It might be fiction by the standards of an educated scientist on the subject. But, it is a only a thought. This is not a thought of how I believe it is, I am only imagining.

Imagine everything we can perceive including of space is saturated with a particle so small and elusive that it cannot be classified as matter. These particles evolve into matter, distributed energy and all the things that create the universe that we know. I've tried to imagine here, how matter is created from what seems nothing. Using this description of imagined occurrences, it is my hope to use observable physical occurrences to show that this idea is possible. I hypothesize that the universe did not explode into being but evolved tiny particle by tiny particle. I'm sure there were some explosions along the way. This imagined process of the evolution of matter may have created everything form time and gravity to the formidable energies of suns.

Imagine an infinite space filled with trillions upon trillions of densely packed tiny orderly spheres. They are held by polarity in uniform direction. These globes are so small that they have no mass as we know it. Our imagined space of spheres could go on forever like this because there is no motion and no matter therefore no energy. A force from outside introduced at a high speed would enter this space like a brick into water. Because they are sub or even pre-atomic particle components to begin with, the outside influence could be a single photon, a quark or any some yet unimaginable particle. The particle smashes in knocking some spheres out of the way. Other spheres are attracted by the like charges of particles. Moving at such a speed, the particle continues smashing its way into the new space attracting more and more spheres as it goes. It causes a chaos that is quickly brought to a new kind of order by the nature of the polarized ends of the spheres.

As the intruding body, still in motion it is gaining (or becoming) mass by attracting more and more spheres through more and more collision with other spheres. Soon it is attracting them from further and further distances. All the while the intruding body is still following its original entry vector at very high speeds. After all there is nothing to slow it down. Eventually its mass builds to the point that pressure creates heat and higher temperatures that again change the particle.

By now the intruding particle is bending the void around it by attracting spheres over large distances. It's own "Space" is created. Still moving at great speed, the spheres begin to collapse on themselves. The area affected is now very large indeed in terms of sub atomics.

Other similar particles have made their way into this new "void". They are all competing for the attraction of the spheres. The intruding particles from the outside appear to be large holes in the void pulling trillions of spheres into their bodies. Occasionally two of the particle disks collide at the edges, leaving each spinning off in an adjacent direction spinning in circular motion - if not obliterated or absorbed by the other. The spinning particles that have more mass therefore more attraction soon absorb smaller intruding particles into their rotations. These smaller dense particles are often still drawing spheres from the void on their own on a smaller scale because of their new association. The large void has now taken on a new shape, one of "space" energy, time, motion, mass, heat and light.

The intruding particles are still moving! Some of those spheres that were attached by polarity and are now separated seek polarity attachments. Their need for attachment fills in the void left by the original intrusion by attaching end to end once more. This time, with the missing spheres (attached to the intruding body), the void takes on a new shape that empty of space.

Another Thought

Instead of an outside particle moving into a "void dimension", what if one of the particles in the void just began to vibrate or became energetic somehow?

Or perhaps, one sphere in billions which are each supporting the other, just collapsed for some reason? This occurrence would cause vibrations as well. When spheres are against one another, and one moves, the circular motion that occurs could turn the polarized ends causing an eruption of incidents.

An expanding universe would make perfect sense in terms of a small void that is itself creating mass and needs room to expand as it grows. In the beginning, it was a void of densely packed "non-mass spheres" (N) particles, with no such thing as motion or energy.

This would leave room for the idea that there are other dimensions out there that are wrapped in on themselves. These other dimensions could be in different stages of development or developing in some completely different way that we could not even imagine.

Perhaps at the edge of "our known space", are the beginnings of other space dimensions that are not as far along, further, or completely different in their development!

It is possible that other solar system or even galaxies are "void" intrusions. Possibly, we could measure the angle of our solar system through the axis of the sun, compared to other heavenly bodies. This might give a starting point from where to look for answers in terms of the math

The math

The physics of centrifugal force might be used to verify or disprove the hypothesis I have presented here. Turning spheres and rotational disks are prevalent throughout our galaxy and physiology. Again, I am not an educated physicist, or mathematician, but could we not use some of the equations for rotational energy distribution and circular motion to calculate the growth of mass within our expanding universe as viewed through the eyes of this hypothesis?

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