The Post-modern Big Bang Theory — The New Cosmology

“God is a stringer.” – Author

Introduction

Since the beginning of physical time, man has sought to explain the mystery of creation and how all things began, and in this effort, man has proposed bold conjectures and theories, carried out experiments and a whole lot of other investigations. 

This has led to the recognition or the creation of a branch of physics known as cosmology which is defined as the study of the origin, evolution and ultimate fate of the universe.

Also, these tremendous efforts on our part have led to different cosmological theories which have been applied at different times to explain the cosmological mysteries of the universe of which creation is the most prominent.

However, in this article, we will divide the cosmological description of the universe into two, which are the modern cosmology and the post-modern cosmology. This is because it is in this two eras that we came to a real scientific and cosmological description of the universe.

Also, this article comes as a culmination of the new cosmology of the universe that is been produced by post-modern physics. It will bring together important points which may have been mentioned in some of my other articles in order to give you a cohesive understanding of the new cosmology.

So, as post-modern physics advances, this article will have to be updated to keep up with the new advancement. And in this article, we will discuss both the modern cosmology and the post-modern cosmology under the following three sub-headings, which are:

1. The origin of the universe

2. The evolution of the universe

3. The ultimate fate of the universe

The origin of the universe is concerned about how the universe began and was created, the evolution of the universe is concerned about the different states the universe has undergone to arrive at its current, while the ultimate fate of the universe will inform us about how it will all end for creation.

We will discuss appropriately and make vital comparisons between how modern cosmology and post-modern cosmology describes the above listed. 

Modern Cosmology

The path to modern cosmology began with the first scientific revolution when the geocentric model of the universe was replaced by the heliocentric model of the universe.

Formerly, before the first scientific revolution, cosmology was still in its infancy stages and the universe was a very small place. The Earth was at the center of the universe and all the discovered planets were revolving around it. This is the basic description of the geocentric model of the universe.

But the discoveries of men like Nicolaus Copernicus, Tycho Brahe, Johannes Kepler and Isaac Newton was to force us to do away with the geocentric model and embrace the heliocentric model of the universe which informs us that the Sun is at the center of the Solar System.

The heliocentric model was further entrenched by Newton’s laws of motion which validated Kepler’s laws of planetary motion and showed us how the inverse square law is a universal law of planetary motion.

The immediate results of the first scientific revolution did not produce any description of the origin of the universe. This description was to come from another theory called relativity and which was discovered in the late 19th century and finally developed into the general theory of relativity.

The Origin of the Universe

With the advent of relativity, physicists began to study cosmology to a wider extent, and as modern physics progressed, physicists discovered that the universe is a very large place and that there are countless numbers of stars and galaxies in the universe.

Relativity which is a modern relativity gave us the first ever scientific description of creation and it informs us that the universe came as a result of a big bang that occurred at a singularity point 13.7 billion of years ago.

According to modern cosmology, it was at this one event called the big bang that space and time and energy were born. This is a very important point to note in this article because I will relate it later with the origin of the universe according to post-modern cosmology.

So, space and time never existed in any capacity before the big bang and it was the big bang that produced these cosmic entities.

Also, the singularity point from which the big bang occurred is described as a point of infinite energy density which is the only way the universe could have produced this much matter found in it.

This description of the origin of the universe as emerging from a singularity point is what is now being referred to as the modern big bang theory, and it was general relativity that introduced us to the concept of singularity.

The modern big bang theory is currently the widely accepted scientific explanation of creation, and as reported, it has assisted cosmologists in the understanding of the universe and its evolution.

The Evolution of the Universe

And concerning the evolution of the universe, we first look at the processive nature of the modern big bang theory which informs us that energy was converted in steps into the matter we have today.

According to the modern big bang theory, matter such as protons, electrons, and neutrons which are the basic components of matter today were not formed at the initial stages of the big bang.

Rather what was formed were primal particles and quarks which would turn out to be the sub-components that make up the protons and the neutrons that we have today.

So, in a step by step process following the big bang, electrons, protons and neutrons were formed from these primordial particles that were the first elements of creation. This process span aeons and it occurred gradually as the temperature of the universe decreased and the four supposed fundamental forces in the universe splitted from each other.

So, according to the modern big bang theory, there are four fundamental forces in the universe and they were unified during the early moments of the big bang. It was as the universe cooled and evolved that the supposed four fundamental forces became separated.

The above is said to be the event that led to the unification crisis of modern physics. I will come to this later.

Also, there is another event that is reported to have occurred after the big bang which is the inflation of the universe.

The inflation of the universe was proposed by the particle physicist called Alan Guth to explain the conceptual problems the modern big bang theory posed such as the homogeneity problem, the flatness problem and the absence of magnetic monopoles.

The inflation theory explains these three problems, and beginning with the homogeneity problem,  the inflation theory informs us that the rapid expansion of the universe immediately after the big bang was what ensured that the energy density of the universe is uniformly distributed as seen today in the cosmic microwave background radiation.

Also, this rapid expansion of the universe is what caused the universe to appear flat. It is just as the Earth appears flat even though it is curved because of its large size. The same thing happened to the universe after the big bang. The universe rapidly expanded such that it now appears flat even though it should be curved according to general relativity.

I want you to notice that the flatness problem had nothing to really do with the geometry of space-time per se, but with the observed apparently flatness of the universe. This is what the inflation theory resolved and not the geometry of the universe.

And concerning the predicted overpopulation of magnetic monopoles according to the modern big bang theory and which has not been observed, the inflation theory informs us that this is because the rapid expansion of the universe diluted the density of these monopoles such that they are no longer observable.

The inflation theory is an important aspect of the modern cosmology and it reportedly resolves the conceptual problems posed by the modern big bang theory and it is an essential part of the study of the evolution of the universe coupled with those mentioned above.

So, according to the modern big bang theory, we are living in a dynamically processive universe and that matter as we see it today is just a stage in the evolution of the universe. The same applies to the supposed four fundamental forces.

In other words, the universe we see today is a lot different from how it was during the big bang. A lot has really changed and we have to follow these changes. This is basically what the study of the evolution of the universe is all about and a new aspect which comes after this is the ultimate fate of the universe.

The Ultimate Fate of the Universe

A good look at the modern big bang theory or modern cosmology shows that the ultimate fate of the universe is a natural concern that follows from the dynamically processive universe it describes.

From the big bang in a singularity point to the inflation of the universe, to what end then is the universe? What is the fate of the universe?

Modern cosmology became very concerned about this due to an important prediction or possibilities in general relativity. After general relativity was published, physicists realised that it predicted the expansion of the universe.

In fact, it was Edwin Hubble, in 1925, who found out that distant galaxies were receding from our own galaxy and that they recede in direct proportion to their distance from us.

According to the story, Einstein had realised that his theory of general relativity predicted a dynamic and not a static universe. However, he was reluctant about this and he held on to the static picture of the universe, after which he proceeded to include a constant called the cosmological constant into the theory in order to account for his conviction of the static nature of the universe.

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It was the experimental discovery of Edwin Hubble that the universe is expanding that forced Einstein to relinquish the cosmological constant which he referred to as his “biggest blunder” in physics.

But now, Einstein’s general theory also shows us that the universe can contract which is called the big crunch. So, what will be the ultimate fate of the universe, will the universe expand forever due to the big bang or contract due to the big crunch? This is a central question in modern cosmology. 

The expansion of the universe was a discovery that challenged our understanding of how gravity determines the fate of the universe. It is easy to think that gravity is supposed to pull the universe together eventually causing the big crunch.

But it has been observed that expansion of the universe is accelerating implying that there is another energy in the universe that will determine the fate of the universe beyond what is possible by gravity. This supposed mysterious energy has been called dark energy.

What we have called dark energy is known in post-modern physics, and like many physicists think, this energy is what will determine the fate of the universe. But before I come to this, I will like to raise some vital questions against the ultimate fate of the universe according to the modern big bang theory.

Let me start with this question: Is it not contradictory that general relativity predicts the expansion of the universe yet it cannot explain dark energy?

If dark energy is what is causing the expansion of the universe, then general relativity does not rightly describe the expansion and possible contraction of the universe. The nature of dark energy is missing from general relativity and in the modern big bang theory.

This conceptual problem among others is the most central problem that creates the need for a new cosmology of the universe. How could another mysterious energy that is not gravity be the crucial determining factor in the universe?

General relativity may predict the expansion of the universe but it does so on the account of how gravity determines or rather is the structure of space-time. And if the expansion and possible contraction of the universe are caused by dark energy and not by gravity or any other means general relativity proposes, then general relativity is wrong. 

The expansion of the universe is not caused by gravity as modern cosmology asserts, and it is in the investigation of what truly causes this expansion that we arrive at the post-modern big bang theory which is the new cosmology.

I want you to see the big picture. When we understand how dark energy expands and can contract the universe, we would have come to the understanding of the deeper mystery of the universe and we would have gone beyond general relativity.

General relativity can no longer hold as the central theory by which we understand cosmology. It can no longer tell us how the universe began, evolved and will finally end.

If we take general relativity away from the center, we come to another theory I will discuss soon and which you may already know about if you have read some of my other articles.

General relativity made the important discovery that space-time is dynamical but it does not rightly inform us of how space-time is dynamical. This is why the discovery of the accelerated expansion of the universe shocked us.

The modern big bang theory is conceptually flawed and cannot account for the recent mysteries of cosmology. And to explain these mysteries, we have to revisit modern cosmology and completely reject it by introducing the new concepts necessary for us to unravel these mysteries. 

The Post-modern Cosmology 

The post-modern cosmology or big bang theory is a radically different view of the universe. It informs us of the deep absolute nature of the cosmos which the modern big bang theory could never have conceived.

Before I continue, I want to remind you about Newton’s position of the existence of absolute space and time. This is important because the space and time in the post-modern big bang theory are the absolute, metaphysical space and time.

The space and time in the modern big bang theory are the relative, physical space and time which Wilhelm Leibniz held exist in the universe. So, when the modern big bang theory talk about the birth of space and time, it is referring to the birth of relative, physical space and time.

It is important for you to realize that the space and time in the post-modern cosmology is different from those in the modern cosmology.  

This is the first conceptual distinction one finds in the post-modern cosmology. And in the completion of absolute knowledge, the post-modern cosmology informs us that absolute space, absolute time and inertia are the three ever existing realities of the universe. What does this mean?

In modern cosmology, we are informed that during the big bang space, time, energy were birthed together. The modern cosmology gives us a description of the origin of space and time, which are the relative, physical space and time anyway.

But post-modern cosmology does  not inform us about the creation of absolute space, absolute time and inertia. In post-modern cosmology, these entities are pre-existing entities.

Does this now imply that there is no creation theory in the post-modern cosmology? No, there is a creation theory in post-modern cosmology, but it is the creation of matter.

The big bang in post-modern cosmology is an event that led to the creation or rather the formation of matter and not the creation of space, time and inertia. These three entities have had their existence even before the big bang.

As you will come to understand as your knowledge of the universe increases, these entities and their pre-existence before the big bang are important for our understanding of the deeper potentialities in the universe and of the nature of the mind which is a real essence in the cosmos.

You can get my ebook to know more about this. Also, I will delve fully into the discussion of the pre-existence of absolute space, absolute time and inertia in my future articles coming soon on this blog. 

The post-modern cosmology prompts us to study the nature of the universe before the creation of matter which is all that creation truly means. Don’t forget this: creation is about the formation of matter and not the creation of space, time and inertia (or energy).

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These three entities were the bedrock of reality before the creation of matter. In post-modern cosmology, there is no such thing as the origin of the universe with regards to these three entities only with regards to matter which its existence has a beginning.

This is why instead of talking about the origin of the universe, in post-modern cosmology, we talk about the origin of matter.

The Origin of Matter

So, how did matter come to exist in the universe? As I have informed you, matter came about by the standing gravi-electromagnetic field. This is where we look at the true basic form of string theory.

Matter was formed in the same way that standing fields are produced in a string. A standing field is produced when two waves of the same wavelength, frequency, and amplitude travelling in opposite directions interfere.

But in the universe, this creation event occurred in a non-mechanical way, such that it was two gravi-electromagnetic fields that interfered to produce a resulting standing gravi-electromagnetic field such that matter or bodies became the nodal points in this resulting field.

The above is the true story of how matter was formed in the universe. And it is important to note that inertia is the true content of gravi-electromagnetic energy, which as I have told you existed even before the creation of matter alongside absolute space and time.

It is easy to see that the post-modern big bang theory or cosmology is a lot simpler than the modern big bang theory or cosmology, and this is partly due to the direct and singular role the gravi-electromagnetic field played in the formation of matter.

In post-modern cosmology, the process that led to the formation of matter was a completely non-mechanical process, unlike in modern cosmology where matter, as we have it today, is reported to have been formed by step by step mechanical processes involving some primal particles.

Now, a good understanding of the non-mechanical standing field process of creation indicates a kind of inflation must have occurred during the creation of matter. And this inflation was the inflation of gravi-electromagnetic wave as it thrusted out and returned in absolute space.

It is an inflation because gravi-electromagnetic energy travels faster than light. So, the creation of matter would have been impossible without this to and fro inflation of gravi-electromagnetic energy.

The to and fro inflation of gravi-electromagnetic energy resolves the need for an outward cut-off point in modern inflation theory. The forward and backward thrust of gravi-electromagnetic energy produced a standing field which resulted in matter (the galaxies) as nodal points in it. This was how matter was formed in the beginning.

The above describes the post-modern big bang theory which informs us that what banged to produce matter was gravi-electromagnetic energy.

And unlike the modern big bang theory which is only about an outward thrust of electromagnetic energy without an outward cut-off point, the post-modern big bang theory is about an outward and an inward thrust of gravi-electromagnetic energy removing the need for an outward cut-off point.

Thus, according to the post-modern big bang theory, the gravi-electromagnetic energy of creation formed a closed energy loop and not an open energy loop as the modern big bang theory would suppose.

It is just like the mechanical energy of a standing field in a string, but in the case of creation, the energy is non-mechanical (gravi-electromagnetic) and absolute space is the string. I want you to understand the creation of matter using this analogy.

Therefore, the homogeneity and apparent flatness of the universe are the natural results of this cosmic gravi-electromagnetic inflation of the universe. And concerning magnetic monopoles, remember that I have informed you that they do not exist in the universe. This is the position of post-modern cosmology on magnetic monopoles.

Furthermore, even though I have applied energy as I discuss the new cosmology in this article, I want you to know that post-modern cosmology informs us that inertia is what constitutes the finer level of reality and not energy.

So, light and gravity are in their true absolute natures the limits of inertia and are not just waves or energy. Therefore, what we call light or electromagnetic energy is a non-composite form of inertia while what we now call gravi-electromagnetic energy is a composite form of inertia.

The new cosmology in its pure and unreducable form is about how matter was formed from inertia. This is why post-modern cosmology stands on the law of conservation of inertia and not really on the law of the conservation of energy.

I want you to have these thoughts at the back of your mind even as I further proceed to describe the new cosmology based on energy and its related concepts. So, after the creation of matter as proposed by the post-modern big bang theory, we will have to discuss the evolution of the universe.

The Evolution of the Universe

With the new fact that during the big bang only matter was formed and it was formed by a standing field process, one may wonder of what need is a theory of the evolution of the universe? Also, considering the fact that space, time and inertia have existed even before the formation of matter.

This is an important question and to resolve it I want to conceptualize two theories about the evolution of the universe. The first one is the dynamic evolution of the universe while the second one is the static evolution of the universe.

The second may seem contradictory, but that’s how it is to give us a clearer understanding of the universe. The dynamic evolution of the universe from the big bang is that as described by modern cosmology whereas the static evolution of the universe from the big bang is that as described by post-modern cosmology.

For now and in this article, the distinctions between the two can only come from our discussion of how they describe the creation of matter as we have it today, the fundamental forces in the universe and how they describe the observed expansion of the universe.

Firstly, the dynamic evolution of the universe according to the modern cosmology informs us that matter as we have it today is different from the way it was during and immediately after the big bang.

It informs us that sub-atomic particle such as protons and neutrons were preceded by quarks and other primal particles which later came together to form them.

But the static evolution of the universe according to post-modern cosmology informs us that matter as we have it today was how it was during and immediately after the big bang. And this is because they were formed directly from gravi-electromagnetic energy and not from a step by step process involving other primal particles.

This is important as even our observation of how standing fields are formed show that nodal points are formed immediately and completely without any predefined steps.

Secondly, the dynamic evolutionary theory of modern cosmology informs us that during the big bang the supposed four fundamental forces in the universe were unified and that they only became separated at a later time and as the universe cooled.

But the static evolutionary theory of post-modern cosmology informs us that during the big bang the two fundamental forces, light and gravity, were unified and they have been so ever since. This unity of light and gravity is what is manifested as gravi-electromagnetic energy which is the energy that banged.

Notice that the post-modern cosmology does not recognise the other two supposed fundamental forces, the weak force and the strong force. I will like you to read the article below to know why.

So, the static evolutionary theory of the universe informs us that the fundamental forces of the universe, light and gravity, have been unified (as the gravi-electromagnetic wave) since the beginning of creation, unlike the dynamic evolutionary theory of the universe which informs us otherwise. 

It is important to see how the dynamic evolutionary theory and the static evolutionary theory of the universe are different with regards to the fundamental forces in the universe.

Now, both also differ with regards to how they describe or interpret the observed expansion of the universe and it is in this discussion that we naturally move to the ultimate fate of the universe according to post-modern cosmology, creating a kind of continuity. 

The Ultimate Fate of the Universe

According to the dynamic evolutionary theory of modern cosmology, a mysterious energy called dark energy is causing the observed expansion of the universe.

And it has been said that if the magnitude of this energy is huge, that is greater than gravity, then the universe will expand forever. But if this energy becomes less than gravity, then the universe will collapse in an event which is referred to as the big crunch, which is a mirror event of the big bang.

However, modern cosmologists are not certain about which of the two possible outcomes will be the ultimate fate of the universe.

In the static evolutionary theory of the universe in post-modern cosmology, we get a different view about all of this. In post-modern cosmology, the observed expansion of the universe is accepted but on the different ground that it is caused by gravi-electromagnetic energy and not a mysterious “dark energy”.

Also, in post-modern cosmology, there is no such thing as the comparison of the magnitudes of gravi-electromagnetic energy and gravity just like we have for dark energy and gravity in modern cosmology.

This is because in post-modern cosmology there are only two non-mechanical waves in the universe, which are the electromagnetic wave and the gravi-electromagnetic wave. There is no such thing as an independent gravitational wave.

So, in post-modern cosmology, gravity exists alongside light as a component of gravi-electromagnetic wave and it is in this unified existence of gravity with light that gravity is also responsible for the observed expansion of the universe.

The above is very contrary to what modern cosmology thinks about gravity and the expansion of the universe. Gravity is partly responsible for the expansion of the universe while light is responsible for the other part and when we bring the two together, we can see how the gravi-electromagnetic wave effects the expansion of the cosmos and not dark energy.

The gravi-electromagnetic energy which is responsible for the expansion of the universe is a composite of light and gravity as even the name implies.

In post-modern cosmology, we are beginning to understand how the electromagnetic wave and the gravi-electromagnetic wave being two different non-mechanical waves in the universe lead to two qualitatively different forms of energy.

The Milky Way galaxy

The Milky Way

One is uniform energy which accompanies the electromagnetic wave and how it underlies uniform frames and the other is accelerated energy which accompanies the gravi-electromagnetic wave and how it underlies accelerated frames.

The latter is why the expansion of the universe is accelerating. I may have to exclusively talk about the expansion of the universe and how it translates in the atomic world in another article.

Also, according to the dynamic evolution of the universe in modern cosmology, dark energy is what leads to the expansion of the universe whereas gravity is what could lead to the eventual collapse of the universe, but according to the static evolution of the universe in post-modern cosmology, the gravi-electromagnetic energy is what causes both the expansion and also what could lead to the collapse of the universe.

In post-modern cosmology, we don’t talk about the expansion and the contraction of the universe when we discuss the ultimate fate of the universe, rather we talk about the possible stable and collapse fates of the universe.

(I have decided to use contraction and not collapse for a possible ultimate fate of the universe in modern cosmology because it is the most fitting converse of expansion. While I have decided to use collapse for a possible ultimate fate of the universe in post-modern cosmology because it is the most fitting converse of stability.

This contextual method will enable us to completely set the distinction between the ultimate fate of the universe in modern cosmology and in post-modern cosmology.)

How do these two new possible fates of the universe come about? They come about from how the universe was initially formed by the standing field process of creation. How a standing field remains stable or collapses in a string is also how the universe can remain stable forever or eventually collapse.

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This realization takes our minds off the possible expansion or the collapse of the universe in modern cosmology to the possible stability or the collapse of the universe in post-modern cosmology. I really hope that you can see the difference.

In the mechanical standing fields we produce in a string, the standing field collapses after some time as the field loses energy to the environment. But could this be the case for a fundamental non-mechanical standing field like the universe?

Since there is no external environment through which the universe will lose its gravi-electromagnetic energy, we can expect the universe to remain stable. In a general sense, the universe cannot collapse due to internal factors, it can only collapse due to external factors.

If the universe is an isolated standing field then it will remain stable, but if it isn’t, then it will eventually collapse. The possible ultimate fate of the universe in post-modern cosmology is really different from the possible ultimate fate of the universe in modern cosmology which informs us the universe could either expand forever due to dark energy or collapse due to gravity.

The two possible ultimate fates of the universe in modern cosmology are dependent on internal factors whereas the two possible ultimate fates of the universe in post-modern cosmology are dependent on external factors.

Furthermore, the universe can remain stable considering that the string which could have presented some sort of internal friction is not matter rather it is absolute space itself. This discovery should further prompt us to study whether absolute space affects the magnitude of the gravi-electromagnetic energy of the universe.

Also, matter presents no such friction or obstruction against gravi-electromagnetic energy as it is the constitution of matter and if there was any real obstruction the standing gravi-electromagnetic field would not have been formed. So, there is little or no internal friction posed against the standing gravi-electromagnetic field except that which can come from outside the universe.

Only an external factor can collapse the universe, and on this realization, we can assert that the universe is stable. And with regards to the three entities that pre-exist the formation of matter, one can think that the external factors or factor can only point to the Mind which was even before the creation of matter and which initiated and directed creation. 

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Only this mind can collapse the universe by damping the non-mechanical gravi-electromagnetic energy in the universe just as a guitarist can dampen the mechanical energy in his strings using his fingers.

Like I have said, “God is a stringer” and the universe is His music and only Him (Mind) can stop the music or collapse the universe. And if this does not happen, then the universe remains stable. We and all existence are at the mercy of An Artist. Take note: only mind can collapse the universe. 

Now, I have informed you that post-modern physics agrees that the universe can expand and contract even though these two possibilities have nothing to do with the eventual fate of the universe as discussed above.

While modern physics informs us that the universe expands due to dark energy and can contract due to gravity, in post-modern physics, we are informed that the universe can expand and contract due to gravi-electromagnetic energy.

In post-modern physics, we are informed about how gravi-electromagnetic energy can cause the expansion of space just as light or the electromagnetic wave can cause the contraction of space.

The expansion of the universe is derived from the simple relativity of accelerated frames. From post-modern physics, we learn that space can expand and contract locally for accelerating bodies, and this local phenomenon sums up on a global scale. 

So, on a global scale, expansion is the result of the fact that the sum total of the gravitational components of the universe is greater than the sum total of the electromagnetic components of the universe, and when contraction occurs, it is the result of the fact that the sum total of the electromagnetic components of the universe is greater than the sum total of the gravitational components of the universe.

In post-modern physics, both components are the components of gravi-electromagnetic wave. You will understand this from the treatise.

In concluding this sub-section, it is important for you to know that in post-modern cosmology the ultimate fate of the universe is not actually the ultimate fate of the universe, rather it is the ultimate fate of matter and the two evident fields. The three fundamental entities that make up the bedrock of reality are ever existing.

Inertia which is the true content of the gravi-electromagnetic field and also of the electromagnetic field persists as the potential distinguishing factor between absolute space and time even when these two evident fields collapse.

And like I have said, this understanding of the eternal existence of the three fundamental entities will be relevant when we begin to discuss the mind and the deeper potentialities of the universe. Don’t forget this.

Crucial Discussion

This article has come at a crucial point in scientific history when we have become bedevilled by conceptual crises that we find almost impossible to resolve.

This article is a call to all physicists and cosmologists that we should reject our current cosmological model of the universe, for it is inherently flawed. We cannot understand the mystery of the universe and creation following the modern big bang theory.

So, this article shows us the way forward, the way out of the crisis in cosmology. This article is revealing to us the new way of seeing the universe and of conceptualizing creation.

Also, I have extracted this article from my overall understanding of post-modern physics and I am convinced that the content of this article will increase as post-modern physics progresses.

Modern cosmology has been right in hinting about the importance of dark energy in our understanding of the universe and its origin and the time for this understanding has come.

We have now discovered that what we call dark energy is really gravi-electromagnetic energy and the new study of gravi-electromagnetic energy is solving the puzzles we had concerning cosmology and the universe.

Everything I have informed you so far in this article about the post-modern big bang theory is drawn from the new understanding of gravi-electromagnetic energy which has created the new branch of relativity called gravi-electrodynamics.

So, the new cosmology is founded on gravi-electrodynamics and not on general relativity. And gravi-electrodynamics is a branch of absolute relativity which is the conceptual framework of the new science.

As a result, post-modern cosmology is founded on the new philosophy of absolute relationism, unlike modern cosmology which is founded on the philosophy of relationism. I want you to see how overarching post-modern cosmology is when compared to modern cosmology.

The new cosmology is encompassing and it is the direct result of the new science. So, the more you understand the new science, the more you will understand the new cosmology. 

Furthermore, modern cosmology erroneously informs us of the beginning of all things during the big bang that it reports occurred 13.7 billion years ago. The universe in modern cosmology is physical and because of this it has a beginning and is therefore not eternal.

But post-modern cosmology describes the true metaphysical universe which is eternal, and it only informs us about the formation or creation of matter and it attaches no physical time to this event. This is because time and also space are absolute and metaphysical in post-modern cosmology.

They have pre-existence before matter was created. So, post-modern cosmology only describes a metaphysical and eternal universe.

This progression or will I rather say this ascension from modern cosmology to post-modern cosmology implies that we have moved from the physical universe to the metaphysical universe and from transience to eternity.

In post-modern cosmology which describes the eternal pre-existing universe, we are still talking about time but not as it is presented in modern cosmology. In post-modern cosmology, time takes its entitical nature as that which flows regardless of inertia. Time is no longer a solely quantitative essence represented by ticking clocks.

The same also applies to space. In post-modern cosmology, the entitical nature of space as that which flows with regards to inertia replaces the solely quantitative essence of space as the extension of meter sticks in modern cosmology.

The understanding of space and time as entities and not quantities is what lends credence to their pre-existence of before the formation of matter.

Also, you can easily see that in modern cosmology, the dynamic evolution of the universe naturally follows from the modern big bang theory which proposes a chaotic explosive origin of the universe after which a possible continuous expansion or eventual contraction can become the natural ultimate fate of the universe.

And you can see that in post-modern cosmology, the static evolution of the universe is what naturally follows from the post-modern big bang theory which proposes a coordinated standing field origin of matter after which a possible continuous stability or eventual collapse can become the natural ultimate fate of the universe.

If you make a vital comparison between the ultimate fate of the universe in modern cosmology and that in post-modern cosmology, you will see that the possible eventual contraction of the universe is not as natural for the modern big bang theory as the possible eventual collapse of the universe is for the post-modern big bang theory.

It is now important that we make a conceptual distinction between the open inflation theory of modern cosmology and the closed inflation theory of post-modern cosmology.

The open inflation theory of modern cosmology which has been discussed above is both mechanical and non-mechanical as it involved only the outward thrust of matter and electromagnetic energy.

But the closed inflation theory of post-modern cosmology is solely non-mechanical as it involved the outward and inward thrusts of superluminal gravi-electromagnetic energy where matter (the galaxies) became formed as nodal points in the interference pattern of the resulting standing gravi-electromagnetic field.

This is why in the post-modern big bang theory, there is no singularity point only commonality points where matter (the galaxies) were formed in the beginning. A commonality point is a post-modern concept which is the converse of a singularity point. So, the properties of a commonality point are finite unlike the properties of a singularity point that are infinite or tend to.

We have to begin to see how natural superluminal phenomena are in post-modern cosmology. The open inflation of modern cosmology argues that it was a superluminal inflation, beyond the speed of light, but it fails to take into account the real wave that can accomplish this feat.

Also, modern cosmology grudgingly accepts this superluminal open inflation of the universe because no theory in modern cosmology describes or accepts superluminal phenomena. The superluminal open inflation of the universe in modern cosmology is therefore not natural.

But in post-modern cosmology, the superluminal closed inflation of the universe is natural and this is due to the gravi-electromagnetic wave which is the real field that propagates faster than light. In post-modern cosmology, superluminal phenomena are supported by the theory of absolute relativity especially when it proceeds to describe the relativity of accelerated frames.

And in the open inflation of modern cosmology, there is no certainty if the universe is open or closed, but in the closed inflation of post-modern cosmology, we are certain that the universe is closed.

Also, considering the new fact that in post-modern cosmology we are talking about a closed inflation of the universe, we can be certain that the universe is stable.

In the absence of any external factor except the mind, we can assert that the universe is a perfectly closed system. The universe is a closed standing gravi-electromagnetic field in a string (absolute space). This is the whole idea of string theory.

Considering the unique non-mechanical standing field of creation and how it differs from the mechanical standing field we produce using physical string instruments, I will like to further inform you about the universe

In a physical or mechanical string, the length or size of the standing field is pre-determined by the length or size of the string and not by the magnitude of the pure field. But in the case of the standing field of creation, the situation is different. This is because absolute space is not fixed rather it flowed as it was pushed by the inertia of gravi-electromagnetic wave.

This implies that the length or size of the standing gravi-electromagnetic field of creation is actually dependent on the magnitude of the non-mechanical gravi-electromagnetic field itself and not on the length or size of absolute space. And since absolute space is not really physical like a physical string, we cannot impose an elastic limit on it.

The direct field dependence of the size of the universe further implies that what we can call the first properties of the standing gravi-electromagnetic field of the universe is not dependent on the internal properties of absolute space but on the internal properties of gravi-electromagnetic wave.

This is unlike that of a mechanical standing field where first properties like the fundamental frequency are dependent on the internal properties of the string where an internal property like mass can be found.

In the non-mechanical standing field of creation, the first properties of the standing field are directly dependent on the gravi-electromagnetic energy itself because an internal property like the mass of the universe can be found in it and not in empty absolute space. I really hope you can understand this.

Also, this difference between the non-mechanical standing field of creation and the mechanical standing field is a string proves the beyond wave description of the universe and of gravi-electromagnetic energy, which as I have informed you is simply a composite form of inertia.

In other words, what we can call the fundamental frequency or a first property of the universe is dependent on the internal properties of gravi-electromagnetic inertia and not on absolute space.

This also further implies that the to and fro thrusts of the closed inflation of the universe was easily determined by the gravi-electromagnetic inertia and not the size of absolute space which as I have told you flowed only due to gravi-electromagnetic inertia.

Take note of how I have translated from the use of gravi-electromagnetic energy to the use of gravi-electromagnetic inertia. This is to show you that at the finest level of reality, inertia is the composition of all things. 

When you understand this, you will begin to see how the non-mechanical standing field of creation is different from the mechanical standing field in a string and how the first properties of the standing field of the universe can be directly dependent on the magnitude of the impressed gravi-electromagnetic field and not on absolute space, unlike how the first properties of a mechanical standing field are dependent on the string and not directly on the magnitude of the impressed field.

This shows you that yes, inertia, which is the composition of the gravi-electromagnetic energy and also of the electromagnetic energy is an essence that is distinct from absolute space and time. This is unlike the mechanical standing field in a string where the wave and the string are inseparable.

I only use the term “energy” and “wave” because we are already to familiar with them. But with time, inertia which is the best fitting absolute description of the universe will become most prominent.

So, take note: The first properties of the universe from which other properties are derived are dependent on gravi-electromagnetic inertia and not on absolute space.

Remember, a first property is just similar to the fundamental frequency which we apply in the study of a mechanical standing field in a string.

I want you to really understand this. Remember that in a mechanical standing field we produce using physical strings, the physical string has a fixed length which ensures that the mechanical field impressed on the string can move to and fro to create a standing field.

But in the non-mechanical standing field of the universe, the situation is different. Absolute space which constitutes the string does not have a fixed size, so there are no ends in absolute space where the impressed gravi-electromagnetic field can move to and fro to form a standing field.

Nevertheless, post-modern physics informs us that the gravi-electromagnetic field which is really constituted of inertia is independently able to move to and fro to produce a standing field because of the fundamental independence of inertia from absolute space itself. This is the true description of the non-mechanical standing field of the universe.

Though I will still have to explain the mechanism of this in a later article, I still want you to have this understanding.

Like I have said, the dependence of the standing field of creation on the magnitude of gravi-electromagnetic inertia is what permitted the outward and forward thrusts of the closed inflation of the universe to occur and to be independent of absolute space.

Therefore, the universe is not geometrically closed as modern cosmology would want to suppose, rather it is undulatorily closed as post-modern physics now reveals.

This new perception reconciles with the new fact in post-modern physics that the universe is flat. And as you may know, a flat space-time is in every sense an open geometry.

So, let’s completely state that the universe is geometrically open (flat) and undulatorily closed. The universe is geometrically open (flat) with regards to absolute space-time and it is undulatorily closed with regards to inertia.

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Remember that the universe is constituted of the three fundamental entities: absolute space, absolute time and inertia. And inertia exists as the distinguishing factor between absolute space and time. These three fundamental entities somehow maintain their independence while still interacting to produce the fundamental phenomena of the universe.

With the universe being geometrically open (flat), the impressed gravi-electromagnetic field of creation could not have exhausted the possible limits of space. This gives room for a potential expansion or contraction of absolute space that occurs due to the relativity of accelerated frames and not due to creation.

While I have promised to discuss this in a soon coming future article, I will still like you to make the distinction between the expansion of space due to creation or the closed inflation of the universe and that due to the relativity of accelerated frames. It’s just like how we made the distinction between the expansion of space due to the open inflation of the universe and that due to dark energy in modern cosmology.

Though in modern cosmology both kinds of expansion are caused by open inflation and by dark energy respectively, in post-modern cosmology, both kinds of expansion are caused though differently by gravi-electromagnetic wave which is the cause of the closed inflation of the universe and which also governs the relativity of accelerated frames.

The current expansion of the universe is apparently not reconcilable with the static evolution of the universe as it follows from the standing field process of creation. That is, if the universe is a standing field, why then does it expand?

This question is resolved by the relativity of accelerated which is also governed by the gravi-electromagnetic wave. And as you can suspect, the closed inflation of the universe is not producing any expansion of the universe.

The magnitude of the gravi-electromagnetic energy of the universe is constant and the expansion of the space due to the closed inflation has stopped.

However, for a different reason, the relativity of accelerated frames can produce the expansion of space and can also cause its contraction unlike the closed inflation of the universe which can only cause the expansion of space. This distinction between the effects of the closed inflation of the universe and the relativity of accelerated frames for the expansion of the universe is important.

For if the observed expansion of the universe is caused by the relativity of accelerated frames, then it implies that the contraction of the universe which can also be caused by the relativity of accelerated frames is only what can even out the effects of the expansion of the universe, thus ensuring that the universe is stable both due to the closed inflation and also due to the relativity of accelerated frames.

Now, how the relativity of accelerated frames can ensure both the expansion and the contraction of the universe is what I will discuss in the promised article. I want you to be on the look out for this article, for it will reveal to you something hidden and unthought of about the universe.

So, the universe is stable, it is not expanding at all, and how the universe can be stable yet still maintain the internal dynamics of the relativity of both uniform and accelerated frames is what constitutes the new study of the static evolution of the universe. 

The standing field process of creation is the only tenable reason why the universe is so fine-tuned. The universe as a standing gravi-electromagnetic field is the purest kind of music, though similar yet very different from the mechanical standing fields we produce on Earth. 

Summary

This article formally establishes the new cosmology which is the post-modern understanding of the creation, evolution and ultimate fate of the universe. It can otherwise be referred to as the post-modern big bang theory.

The new cosmology informs us about how the universe emerged from the true and deeper aspects of reality such as absolute space and time and inertia which is the true content of gravi-electromagnetic energy.

The old modern cosmology does not fit the true operations of the universe and on this simple and easily observable deficiency, it has been replaced by the new post-modern cosmology that reveals to us the true origin, evolution and ultimate fate of the universe.

The new post-modern cosmology removes every sense of a beginning and an end; matter can varnish, the two evident fields can collapse, but the universe for all eternity remains, as it is purely constituted of the three fundamental entities: space, time and inertia.

Until next time,

I will be here.

– M. V. Echa

Folks, here is the link to the “promised article”.



M. V. Echa

M. V. Echa

My message is the universe, my truth is the universe, and this blog contains all you need to know about the universe, from the true nature of reality to the long-sought unity of the cosmos — which is the big picture!

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