LTT as the precursor of the Big Bang

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Logic Transition Theory

Everything in the Universe is a logical consequence of the previous logic premise(s). If we extrapolate all events backwards, using computer simulation or mathematical calculation, galaxies would get closer and closer, matter would compress more and more until entire spacetime clinch into the initial singularity of infinite density and energy. Let us extrapolate one further step: what are the logic premises for the initial singularity? Two phenomenons that reside solely in the domain of the metaphysics: Great Nothing and Time. Their nature is transcendent, preoriginating creation of the Universe, therefore it is not perspective subject contemplative from the physical standpoint. Nothing and Time need no prior causes for existence. What is nothing? Nothing is real. Remember intergalactic vacuum? What is 99.9% of the cubic meter? Nothing. What is time? Time is measure of the Earth`s angular momentum. We have divided Earth`s rotation cycle into the 24 hours and produced time scale. We use movement of our planet to describe time. But before the Big Bang there was no Earth, no planet, no matter, no space. We have nothing to compare time with. Nothing to use as a calibrator. Does that mean that there is no Time? No. It means that we have nothing to measure time against. There is nothing and nothing is happening. Time is factor of the velocity. No velocity = no time. No time equals eternity. Imagine you have a stopwatch with no units noted. How long will you wait until any amount of time passes, even infinitesimally small? Infinity because there is no time to pass. Only when Time started to be realised, at the moment of initial singularity when first event in the Universe happened. Nothing has existed for an eternity and it jumped into the next logical phase: 0 become 1. We know when it was from now but if we look from the initial singularity moment into the past we can not see the beginning. How can we see that which has no beginning? It is like looking into the sky - can you see the edge of the Universe? Take best telescopes - do you see the edge of the Universe? Even if you do - that edge is not an edge when you look again. Think of it as the Heisenberg principle on the macroscale: you can not measure exact position and velocity of the Universe expansion at the same moment. Nothing is deep. Nothing is eternal. You can not see its bottom - you can not see how old it is. Hence, it is eternal in the past direction. We can place initial singularity 13.8 billions years ago observing from now. Observing retrospectively from back then we can not place it anywhere or anytime because we have no previous reference. Nothing was nowhere and never. Being nowhere and never actually it was everywhere and eternal. It is a paradox. That is why I say it is solely the domain of transcendence or metaphysics. Unseen roots of no prior logical cause necessary. On the vector of eternity the moment of initial singularity is undefinable and irrelevant. You can not precisely determine the infinity and eternity. We use symbol "8", in horizontal alignment, to express such quantity. And minus sign in this case.

Universe needs no creator. Universe could exist by mere logic of phase transition from 0, which lasted for an eternity, to 1 splitting into the two opposite particles of matter and anti-matter.

What was before considered impossible by Einstein became even more phenomenal due to his revelations about quantum entanglement. From sceptic, Einstein became one of the pioneers of quantum physics.

If you take a part of the puzzle and break it into the smaller pieces - does that make them of authentic origin or synthetic construct? I just inspect quarks.
 
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