Partial Universe Theory with observations on Black Holes, Dark Matter & the Big Bang

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I'm curious to see how much the Webb telescope will prove or disprove my ideas once it is up & running.


  • The Universe:
The Universe is very old. Older than anyone has thought. Our Big Bang which occurred over 13 + Billion years ago is just a ripple in the time stream that is the Universe’s age. It is also bigger than anyone has previously imaged. An example of its size can be done with a simple example. At some point in the future, humans will develop reliable & safe space travel. If humans were to attempt to travel from one side of the Universe to the other, their space ship would become useless before they manage to travel half way. Why? Because by that point, humans would have evolved into beings of nothing more than energy & thought.

Also the location of our Milky Way galaxy in the Universe is still an unknown. Our location relative to the center of the Universe is unknown since there is currently no indication of the direction the center of the Universe lays. Is our galaxy pointing towards the edge of the Universe? Towards the center? Or perhaps we are looking across the Universe.
Since the Big Bang did not create the Universe , where did the Universe originate from? It is an unknown & will remain so until humans can travel or at least send instruments towards the edge of the Universe to see what is there. Is there a boundary? Perhaps the Universe just gradually decrease into nothingness.
Humans have only scratched the surface when it comes to understanding the Universe & its structure. There could be stellar nurseries for Black Holes. Our perhaps there are planets so massive that most of our solar system could fit inside. There are still many mysteries & unknowns in the Universe, which leads us to the Gravitational forces which drive the Universe & the objects which create it:
  • Black Holes:
Black Holes are the engines that run the Universe. There is a massive black hole at the center of the Universe which creates & propagates gravitational forces throughout the Universe.
The gravitational force is stronger near the Black Holes which affect all matter in the surrounding area. That matter then affects other matter farther out (planets, stars, etc.). This could almost be considered a cascading effect which progresses through the Universe. Since there are also Black Holes at the center all galaxies, then that contributes to the overall gravitational effect which effects matter within the gravitational pull. Consider our own Solar system where the moon orbits the Earth through the effect of gravity. The earth & moon orbit the Sun by means of the same gravitational effect generated by the Sun. And so it goes through out the Universe. Gravitational forces will be decidedly greater in some areas as compared to other areas of the Universe, but the constant that permeates the Universe is the gravitational forces which keep the Universe running.
Black Holes by design ingest enormous amounts of matter & produce among other things, Gravitational waves. It is these waves that travel outward that generate the gravitational forces which then interact with planetary bodies which increase & create more gravity which powers the Universe. When you drop a pebble into a body of water, ripples are created which radiate outwards. The same process happens with Black Holes with the added movement that Black Holes also pulsate. Just as a stereo loud speaker vibrates & pulsates at the same time, so do Black Holes. This is a very subtle movement (for Black Holes) but it does assist in creating the gravitational waves that travel through the Universe. Since Black Holes by design ingest massive amounts of mater, then it stands to reason that they will also eject matter in various forms of energy. Some of these have already been observed. There is also the rare occurrence when a black hole will create & eject what is being referred to as a DM particle. These particles are created & ejected in relatively small amounts where they travel the Universe until they come into contact with specific material which then causes the process which leads to a Big Bang. That brings us to:
  • Dark Matter:
What is Dark Matter? There have been many discussions over the years as to exactly what Dark Matter is & what it does. Current theory is that there is a lot of it in the observable Universe, although it has been speculated that there should be more. Since it does not seems too susceptible to gravity as other matter is, there is some confusion as what its purpose is.
Which brings us back to the previously mentioned DM particle. This particle, when it contacts Dark Matter, starts a chemical reaction that changes Dark Matter into anti-matter. And when matter & anti-matter interact, the result is a sudden & explosive release of energy that slowly begins to collapse the surrounding area of space. Once this collapse starts, which could last billions of years, then it is an inevitable collapse into a small highly compacted ball of energy. This ball of energy is constantly undergoing internal chemical changes and when the moment is right, a Big Bang occurs. Which leads us to:
  • Big Bangs:
I use the plural here since Big Bangs are occurring all over the Universe at any given time.
There are no issues with the Big Bang as it is currently described, just the explanation of how it happened & what it created. From our previous discussion on Black Holes & Dark Matter. We learned that Black Holes will generate a DM particle that will interact with Dark Matter which in due course create the compacted, highly charged compressed ball of energy that will eventually explode causing a Big Bang. Once that happens we get the creation & expansion of matter into space. This is a process that is repeated many times over in the Universe at any given duration of time. Usually measured in million or billions of years.
When any device is used to look towards where our Big Bang is thought to have originated, all that will be seen is a thinning of matter (stars, gas clouds, etc.) which lead observers to speculate that they are seeing the Big Bang & the creation of the Universe. Partially correct. They are observing a Big Bang which created our part of the Universe, just not the creation of the Universe as a whole.
When the argument is made that from our viewpoint, matter is moving away from us, this indicates that the Universe is expanding. That is a premature conclusion. It just shows that the matter created from our Big Bang is expanding to fill our area of space in the Universe.
Also, since we do not know where in the Universe our Milky Way galaxy is located, how can we be sure what we are actually looking at? Depending on our location, we may be looking towards the center of the Universe or perhaps we are looking towards the edge of the Universe. Also just as our solar system rotates, so does our Milky Way galaxy, as does the Universe. Millions or billions of years ago our galaxy may have been in a different part of the Universe than we are right now. In a few billion years, we may have rotated to another position in the Universe where our view into deep space will change.
 
You'll likely get more response from smaller-sized posts. You covered a lot of ground. I'll give you my thoughts on just the last one...
I use the plural here since Big Bangs are occurring all over the Universe at any given time.
No. There is only one Big Bang model for our Universe. There is zero objective evidence that any other universe exists or that another BB would have started others. Math, of course, carries some weight, but physics uses math for its language, not the other way around.

There are no issues with the Big Bang as it is currently described, just the explanation of how it happened & what it created.
A theory as big as the BB is always going to have some issues. Inflation theory had to be introduced to help make sense of some of the observed findings. There are many versions of this, too. But BBT is still very mainstream with no contender at this point.

From our previous discussion on Black Holes & Dark Matter. We learned that Black Holes will generate a DM particle that will interact with Dark Matter which in due course create the compacted, highly charged compressed ball of energy that will eventually explode causing a Big Bang.
This is pretty wild. Do you have any evidence for any of those claims?

When any device is used to look towards where our Big Bang is thought to have originated,
No. Big Bang has no center and has no single origin point. All observable points can be considered to be origin points.

They are observing a Big Bang which created our part of the Universe, just not the creation of the Universe as a whole.
There is merit in what you say here, IMO. Although we can't observe beyond the observable boundary, it's very reasonable to infer there is more out there than what we can observe since our limitation is only getting worse over time due to expansion and the speed of light.


When the argument is made that from our viewpoint, matter is moving away from us, this indicates that the Universe is expanding. That is a premature conclusion. It just shows that the matter created from our Big Bang is expanding to fill our area of space in the Universe.
Perhaps this was the early view for galactic expansion, which explained their limited view of redshifts. But that was decades ago. Matter moving through space is not the same as spacetime expansion. Redshift is now both Doppler and cosmological (space expansion component).
 
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One small observation. There is zero objective evidence that infinities of universes do not exist, because there is zero objective evidence that infinity does not exist as a constant. If it exists physically at all it will exist as top down, and bottom up, inside out, outside in, background base constant ('1'), therefore there would be no escaping infinities of universes existing physically.

Infinity's existence cannot be proven for obvious reasons, but the existence of any finite potential of infinity has already been shown in many things . . . including that look of expansionism in our local, relative, universe.

There are many universes existing, even if not infinities. That is literally built in to any predicted "breakdown of relativity." It is built-in to the idea and physicality of observable universe versus the unobservable. It is built-in to Quantum Mechanics, the "principle of uncertainty" and every different idea of "Schrodinger's cat." Multiverse Universe is built-in to the very apparent differences of microcosm and macrocosm, though those differences might be only apparent if the macrocosm extends well up and out beyond relativity precisely at some point exactly matching the well down and in of the microcosm. The microcosm we know then might then be its universal model . . . is probably its model. As a matter of fact, may even be it, probably is it, if you really think about how the macrocosm is literally built of the microcosm.

Change in universe grows with distance in space and time -- and motion among many other things -- from anywhere. Unobserved and unobservable change upon change, upon change, therefore many universes, divided like infinities of divided and dividing cells, existing. There is zero objective evidence that infinities of universes do not exist, because there is zero objective evidence that infinity does not exist as a constant.

Also, light's "redshift" does not exist to the unobservable universe. But it may exist as the display of growing, accelerating, differences between the observable and unobservable universes with all growing distance from anywhere.
 
Dec 22, 2021
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The relationship between Black Holes & Dark Matter came to me a while back to not only explain the purpose of Dark Matter but to also provide an option for the creation of the ball of energy that caused the Big Bang.
 

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