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Old Oct 7th 2013, 05:50 PM   #1
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Primary constituent entities of the universe.

I propose that the primary constituent entities of our universe are toroidal fields.
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I propose that the primary constituent entities of our universe are toroidal fields.
What are these toroidal fields and what do they do?

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What are these toroidal fields and what do they do?

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They curve space/time and they are expanding at an accelerating rate.
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They curve space/time and they are expanding at an accelerating rate.
Okay, so they are some sort of gravity field? And the toroids are expanding so they must be physical in some way. What are the toroids made of?

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Okay, so they are some sort of gravity field? And the toroids are expanding so they must be physical in some way. What are the toroids made of?

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I do believe they are gravity and dark energy, they are what everything is made of. They are expanding and not expanding... They are expanding in an infinite universe... We perceive them as expanding, we detect that expansion as gravity. They are infinite in size, they have always existed and have been expanding forever. If we endeavor to find what they are made of we will find only more toroids. In an infinite universe everything that is possible, is... an infinite number of times! If we could look beyond the observable universe (towards the macro), eventually we would see repetition. Likewise towards the micro. The universe would resolve to a fractal.
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I do believe they are gravity and dark energy, they are what everything is made of. They are expanding and not expanding... They are expanding in an infinite universe... We perceive them as expanding, we detect that expansion as gravity. They are infinite in size, they have always existed and have been expanding forever. If we endeavor to find what they are made of we will find only more toroids. In an infinite universe everything that is possible, is... an infinite number of times! If we could look beyond the observable universe (towards the macro), eventually we would see repetition. Likewise towards the micro. The universe would resolve to a fractal.
Okay, what experiment can we do to measure your toroids?

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Okay, what experiment can we do to measure your toroids?

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What property do you wish to measure?

Time/space compression

Expansion

Dark energy

Something else?
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Can we agree that at some level, all that is the universe is composed of a single type of entity?

Can we agree that that entity must have polarity?

Can we agree that that entity cannot have mass?
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Can we agree that at some level, all that is the universe is composed of a single type of entity?
No. There are four types of "charges," one for each force. This is not going to simply be swept under the rug no matter what kind of theory develops in the future.

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Can we agree that that entity must have polarity?
No. There are seven basic types space-time types that particles have (as opposed to internal symmetries): scalar, pseudo-scalar, vector (also known as "polar vector"), pseudo-vector (also known as "axial vector"), spinor, and symmetric or anti-symmetric tensor. For example, the gravitons we've all been discussing are second rank tensor particles.

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Can we agree that that entity cannot have mass?
No. There are two types of particle in this sense: massive and massless. They have different space-time symmetry properties and cannot be "melded" into a single concept.

Look, I am actually open to new ideas. But they have to get around to either explaining what we already know as well as possibly coming up with new possibilities. I'm sure you've got something that comes up with new ideas...and I'm "hip" to that. But nothing you are saying seems to explain what's already here and measured.

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Can we agree that at some level, all that is the universe is composed of a single type of entity?

Can we agree that that entity must have polarity?

Can we agree that that entity cannot have mass?
The entity I am proposing is the constituent of all other entities, it must be that there is such an entity... otherwise we would have to dissect the constituents further until all that was left was a single constituent.

The entity must have polarity... otherwise it would not exist (interact etc.)

The entity cannot have mass... some aspects of the universe are "massless" therefore mass must be a manifestation of interaction.

Sorry I have been away so long... I have been very busy.
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