Classic big bang
If you have not put yourself
into the system that I use
then understanding the basis for this
section is not present.
We have a sliding of the
temperature over the universe rest-point fig.b34.
is not possible from existing physics
to say something about how big
the temperature sliding is over rest-point,
one thousandths or less is acceptable, the time which
processes are running over the can also be very large.
The temperature is a sliding size above 0 point.
It matters that we have an understanding of how this
part of the universe works and forms the basis for a
classic big bang.
This model of the universe, is the
only solution I've seen to date that can explain where
the energy of the universe we know today comes from and
which can maintain the claim to conservation of the
You can try yourself if you can find
another solution where de basic requirements are
The sliding we have of temperature in
universe is not enough to achieve en temperatur. Speed
at c., we shall therefore use an
incident which can raise temperature.
I use a clash
between two part areas.
Also look at this small animation
The sliding we have above the universe rest-point and
the association to the volume, in conjunction to the
size of the universe, make it possible that two part
areas collide. Here we get a justification for
raising temperature speed so we can reach the speed of
You can try yourself if you can find a
In the big bang, we have an
action vector in the building up part pointing towards
In building up of rest-mass
the velocity vector points towards the
center, but I can not find any justification for the vector turning towards the center,
assume that the action vector in connection with
the particle formation in the big bang remain standing in
Because the vector pointing towards the center, the universe
stands relative to the normal on the head.
That means the mass of the universe has a delimited volume in
the universe's normal volume.
The universe can only create a particle (a base
particle) that is not quite large and which is not
stable at rest.
The basic particle forms
the basis for the construction of two particles an
electron and a proton, that is stable at rest.
The mathematical stabilization relationship between these
particles has not yet been determined.
You can see more in my section about Mass formation.