On Aug 20, 2010, at 10:18 AM, Daniel P. Fitzpatrick Jr wrote:
Yes, I think "well balanced" is a better term than "steady state" because while it may approach steady state right now the CMBR shows us something bad happened 10 to 15 billion years ago.
Neutrons, that are free, decay in 15 minutes; this tells you something.
The fine structure constant may not be constant over eons of years.
My money is betting that we had an all neutron universe here for eons of years.
Now insert a slight energy leak between microcosm and macrocosm.
We both know that for standing waves to remain the same then so do the surrounding frequencies and even the high and low close harmonics must also not change.
Imagine that 10 to 15 billion years ago the surrounding frequencies -- with the microcosm-macrocosm leak -- would no longer hold the neutron stable and neutrons went into a beta decay creating protons and electrons.
After half the neutrons were destroyed then the remaining half were now inside of atoms, so now their surroundings are again changed but to the neutron it's similar to the way they saw it eons ago so inside an atom they are safe.
The 15 minutes is the dead give away. Because if there is leakage then you would expect the neutron to last just about that time now because that leakage probably is still going on.
We know the sun will eventually become a red giant and burn up the earth.
After that all the stars, by both fission and fusion energy turn everything into iron. Iron is the atomic energy ash heap. You can't get atomic energy out of iron by either fission or fusion so this universe turns dark again like it was for eons of years when the all neutron universe existed.
Then as eons of years pass the free neutron decays faster and faster and faster -- if the leakage continues to exist -- and them BAAAMMMM !!!!
The surrounding frequencies no longer support even all those neutrons inside atoms.
The atomic world we knew abruptly ENDS.
I suggest you write a new history of the b-bang. Publish it in Scientific American. No one likes the old versions - they don't appear logical. Logic like yours is not being followed.
----- Original Message -----
From: "milo wolff"
To: "Daniel P.Fitzpatrick Jr"
Cc: "milo wolff"
Date: Fri, 20 Aug 2010 00:10:50 -0700
On Aug 8, 2010, at 9:41 AM, Daniel P. Fitzpatrick Jr wrote:
Your "Well balanced Universe" are probably the best three words describing this universe.
Yes, it definitely is a universe that constantly attempts to balance better with the surroundings.
I think Dr. Milo Wolff is right.
Everything that I have written indicates it's a "Well Balanced Universe".
Yes! I agree with your innovative thought. A 'well Balanced Universe' must be a result of the three fundamental principles of the Wave Structure of Matter.
I am still getting over reading the immense and deeply thought material you have written on your web sites. You are more and more amazing.
For more about all this see:From where do we get this quantity c squared?
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