Cosmic Lattice ?

in 3 Dimensional Space/Linear Time

This picture in Prof. Stoyan Sarg's book shows a theoretically obtained image of a metal lattice from gold atoms. It shows a relation between Classical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics and Relativity. This model has several surprises:

  1. an understandable relation between the gravitational, electrical and magnetic fields,
  2. the existence of hidden, non EM, space energy,
  3. the gravitational mass could be manageable,
  4. the Big Bang is an illusion.

The Universe is stationary, in which every galaxy has its own evolutionary cycle comprising of an active life (≈12 billion years), and collapse (hidden phases of matter recycling). Gamma Bursts, the most energetic cosmological events, are signatures of a galaxy collapsing or birthing.

The currently recognized Crisis in Cosmology is the result of an incorrect space concept. The theory assumes the existence of two spherical fundamental particles differing only in relative size. Each particle consists of indivisible matter and an associated vibrational energy.

The theory proposes that a galaxy’s space-time structure and atomic particles are formed from a dense mass of these fundamental particles in the void. The initial density is such that spheres form tetrahedral structures as the lowest energy state. Each tetrahedral structure is made of spheres of only one size, and each has a stable common mode of vibration that depends on the size of its constituents.

This resonance is the basis for a force called supergravitation (SG). Expected instabilities cause explosions of the dense mass, and the tetrahedral structures combine in the new state to form a number of higher-level geometrical structures, leaving a residual mass of the fundamental particles at the center of the galaxy.

The most important new structures are two sizes of twisted, rod-like shapes called prisms. These prisms are constrained to form both a three-dimensional, void-filling grid structure called the cosmic lattice (CL) space, and more complex and dense helical structures that form the particles of atomic physics we know as electrons, protons, neutrons, etc.


Dying Twin-stars in constellation Monoceros

Geometrically shaped red glow in the nebula of dying stars, astronomers say, radiates from invisibly small clusters of dust that glow because of molecular forces that oppose each other (magnetics?) on very small scales.

A nebula is an interstellar cloud of gas, dust and plasma where stars can both emerge and die.

Dying Star MWC 922, a huge and fast spinning Stellar Vortex?
that, after spewing its innards from opposite poles into space,
  will contract into a dense stellar corpse known as a white dwarf.

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