posted on Sep, 18 2012 @ 06:09 AM
(continued from previous post ...)
As the density declines the next state is characterized by the clumps of standing wave energy in the dark matter state to clump and form groupings
that have stable configurations. My model allows for a large portion of the dark matter to remain in stable dark particles that are not configured
properly to evolve into the known particles of the standard particle model. Thus there is a lot of dark matter that is harder to detect that does lurk
around but does not get incorporated into stable particles and objects since it cannot interact with them other than gravitationally.
But at this stage, the arena has inflated and the known particle building blocks have formed, atoms and molecules have formed and are radiating
electromagnetic radiation to equalize the energy density across the arena, and stars and galaxies are taking shape. When the clumping has proceeded to
the formation of galaxies that themselves are moving apart with the conserved separation momentum of the initial particles of dark matter, we have a
mature arena. It is in this mature arena that the acceleration of the separation momentum is being discussed.
Superluminal or exponential expansion is over and the arena becomes a light ball where photons emitted by oscillating dipoles leads the increase in
the arena radius. Within that radius is the matter, both functioning particles in molecules and atoms, and inert gravitational particles of dark
matter, all with separation momentum imparted to them because they formed in an inflating energy density environment. That separation momentum is
conserved and so the resulting galaxies have the conserved separation momentum of their particles and are therefore essentially all moving away from
each other, finally defeating the counter force of internal arena gravity.
In my model, the wave energy that continues to exist and that I pegged at ED 100 within the arena declines slowly now as the arena continues to
intrude into the space occupied by the remnants of the parent arenas, and the ED of the parent arenas continues to decline external to the new arena
as the parent arenas continue to equalize with the space formerly occupied by their parent arenas; and continuing decline in ED that only becomes
refreshed as the new arena intrudes into that space from the center of gravity of the overlap in which it formed.
For this exercise I think that three generations of arenas within a greater universe that has an average energy density that requires there to be a
certain ratio between matter and expanding wave energy in the greater patch of space occupied by those three generations as they jointly intrude on
the low energy density space surrounding them that has been essentially equalized to a value of ED 1. Just to continue that line of thought, if we
call the patch of space occupied by those three generations a typical multi-generational patch of space, then the greater universe would be composed
of a potentially infinite number of typical multi-generational spaces.
Using three generations, and supposing that each generation has two parent arenas, the ancestry of our multi-generational space is seven arenas
consisting of our "child" arena, our two parent arenas, and our four grandparent arenas. Further, we would suppose that the arena that we will
intersect and overlap with is already intruding on our multi-generational space and so it is expanding toward use as we expand toward it; maybe "dark
flow" is a symptom of that growing presence.
Given three generations then we can identify a number of patches of space of various declining levels of ED, and we can specific a lower ED value for
each of the various regions of the multi-generational space as we move away from the space occupied by our "child" arena.
Given that scenario, the space into which our child arena is intruding is itself declining in ED value, and it is that relationship that keeps
supplying the sufficient energy density differential to cause our galactic separation to accelerate, according to my model.