Physicists are sometimes blinded by the complexities of their equations, making their interpretations of those equations a bit off the mark. I'm going to keep this very informal, this is simply a re-interpretation of some familiar ideas to fit in a broader framework, tying microphysics and cosmogony/cosmology together in a more consistent paradigm. It's not really new physics, just a better interpretation of what it all means. I think most of you will approve.
Physicists assume there should be symmetry between matter and antimatter, but there is not. The fundemental error seems to be the underlying assumption that this is the first iteration of the universe, but what if it's not?
In my interpretation, it was a cold big bang resulting from a collapsar in a parent universe. Entropy is squeezed from the collapsing mass, creating "Nuclear Ice" (N-ice), from which our universe arose after the rotation of dimensions in the Einstein-Rosen bridge. Ice does not melt uniformly throughout its volume, it melts from the surface. Seeding a universe with only matter (the collapsar is not equal parts of both, it is only matter) results in a universe that can only produce matter (resolving the asymmetry between matter and antimatter). Gravity drives the expansion of the universe, and the nuclear ice only radiates gravitationally in the parent universe, it is not until the N-ice begins to melt in the daughter universe and condenses into protons and electrons that it begins gravitational radiation in the daughter universe (our universe). This predicts a core object in the universe that is still melting to produce protons and electrons. The more the N-ice melts, the more matter in the universe, and the more gravitational radiation. If any "Mass" is "Missing," the N-ice is where you'll find it.
A quantum of light has the opposite handedness as a quantum of gravity, and the moment of angular momentum is conserved at h-bar, meaning that as you reduce the scalar energy content of either a photon or a graviton, the volume of the quantum must increase to maintain the conserved moment of angular momentum. So, when a depleted photon (comprising space) interacts with a graviton, they cancel some of their angular momentum, resulting in an increase of volume for both the photon and the graviton, and that increase in volume drives the expansion of the universe. So, as the nuclear ice melts and contributes more matter to the daughter universe, the daughter universe accelerates in its expansion. Gravity is your dark energy, and the big bang is more of a "Pop-Fizz," and the nuclear ice is still melting (fizzing) and adding material to the universe.
You cannot compress a star infinitely into a "mustard seed" size as the older theories posit, you run into a limit called the "Planck Length." (I swiped the fancy term from Smolin's cohorts, but it's ok because the idea actually came from my work published in a brief 1994 research report. He acknowledges the info was the result of a "Mentor's" suggestion, I submit I am that un-named "mentor.") Matter is composed of strings of light that close into loops in the nucleus. You can only compress those strings until they are bumping into each other at their highest energy configuration (smallest diameter) which relates to the Planck length. That gives the collapsing mass a physical limit beyond which it can collapse no more. Very large in comparison to a mustard seed, but in most cases probably smaller than Mars's moon Deimos. That rotation of dimensions in the throat of the Einstein-Rosen bridge swaps a physical dimension for a temporal dimension, and the Z-axis of the Einstein-Rosen bridge in the parent universe becomes the temporal dimension in the daughter universe. There is also a significant change in scaling, we're producing an entire universe from a single compressed star. In the daughter universe, the N-ice is a very large object.
This also explains how the phenomenon of time comes about in the daughter universe... In the center of the Einstein-Rosen bridge where the rotation of dimensions occurs, time stops, it has dilated to zero. But the black hole in the parent universe is still collecting matter and energy and dropping it onto that "frozen" mass. Eventually that mass-energy must be converted and passed on to the daughter universe, and quantum mechanics likes to do such things in discreet bursts, so the daughter universe is gating in these impulse waves of energy at the beginning of space and time for the daughter universe. Conservation laws dictate that energy must be conserved in the daughter universe as well, so you get an impulse wave (I call them "delta waves") of energy travelling from past to future in the daughter universe, in our equations this is the Planck constant, an energetic dividing line between past and future, the phenomenon of the present. The universe must change to accommodate this energy, and so we have movement and action on this dividing line as it migrates into the future.
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"Library" Theory of Quantum Mechanics
The delta waves literally replay reality over and over again, modifying reality each time an impulse wave is injected into the daughter universe. Every object in the daughter universe records a library of possible world lines (histories) that this energy can follow. Since the energy of the delta wave is limited by its amplitude, the universe can not change dramatically on a large scale, but small scale changes can be much more dramatic. Collapsing the wave function is the process of the universe selecting a compatible history for this energy to follow for each object. If you make a large scale change to a small collection of objects, you can use up a lot of that energy in producing a totally new history for those objects, but that will constrain other objects to follow previously existing world lines, as there isn't enough energy to change everything. I really don't like the "Many Worlds" interpretation of quantum mechanics, it violates every conservation law indiscriminately, my interpretation essentially creates a new page in a book for every object, and the universe simply finds the most compatible page for the object and uses it. If there is no compatible page, it uses some of the energy of the delta wave to write a new page in the book of histories for that object. And in doing so, no conservation laws are violated.
It is helpful to think of every quantum of energy as a conserved string in the time-like dimension, and wave function collapse in quantum mechanics as a way to cut and paste the strings into new histories. The more delta waves are introduced, the more object histories there are to work with for the next delta wave. It's a very efficient system, but it tends to compartmentalize reality into quantum zones. The entire universe does not change simply because a mouse looks at it, to paraphrase Einstein, the mouse only influences the objects localized to the zone it is in. When a zone becomes incompatible with those around it, the universe can do an update and select a new set of histories from the incompatible zone to bring it into compliance.
So, where does the quantum wave function collapse? It collapses "right now," which is a valid location in space-time, and the only place it can collapse, because that is the only place where the Planck constant (delta wave) exists. The universe simply does not bother to look up the appropriate page for an object until an observation is made, or an event occurs that prompts it to do so. Until something pokes reality to make a decision, the state of an object is indeterminant.
Einstein did make an error. It is not gravity that warps space-time, it is charge that is responsible. Charge and quantum gravity are intimately related. The depleted quanta comprising space interact with the quarks and are reflected away, taking a small amount of energy from the nucleus in the process. Increasing the angular momentum of the charge couriers causes their volume to shrink, the energy-density of space-time increases near the nucleus. The nucleus must maintain its energy level or it will shrink away to nothing, so it emits a quantum of opposite-handedness to replace the energy it has lost, a graviton. Charge is an ether wind. Gravity is a check the nucleus writes to replace the energy that has been surrendered to space-time in the charge process. Charge warps space-time, quantum gravity is the result of that process. Like-handed quanta recoil, opposite-handed quanta experience a tug.
As you can see, some simple re-interpretations make all the big mysteries go away in a consistent fashion.
Look towards the Great Attractor, why do you have to count the galaxies with a microscope? You've seen the hill in space-time, didn't expect it, so you assumed it was flat. Look again. Abell 3627 could be the core object surrounded in a heavy hydrogen shroud.
Copyright 02MAR18 by Arnold J. Barzydlo