
The Universe
If you go outside and look up at the sky, you
will see a universe that is infinitely large and very
cold 273.15 degrees Celsius. You will also see that the
universe has created a local mass (Big Bang mass) of
which you yourself are a part. Apparently there is
nothing else.
But something is missing;
The universe cannot create its mass from its volume alone.
The argument is found in the wellknown m * a^{2},
m * v^{2}, m * c^{2} formulas, here it
can be seen that the composite function of the universe
is a two parameter system.
If we want to go a little deeper into this, we can use Albert Einstein's
formula E = m * c^{2} which creates the
connection between nuclear mass and the energy of the
nuclear mass;
m = E/c^{2}
We have to go down one more time to find the root parameter of the
universe; m = V * c^{2}, where V is the space
parameter of mass in the universe.
When we know
the volume of the core mass, we also know the diameter
and radius of the core mass, which you can look up in
various reference works, but it is a little easier and
more precise to calculate it instead.
What we are
looking for is the linked parameter of the universe,
which is the ratio between the universe's volume and
speed.
The problem is
how the universe has managed to create a speed in its
space. We must therefore see if we can find the unknown
property in the universe to get an answer to what the
mass of the universe is and how it works.
There it is at the zero point of the universe that we
know nothing about why the universe has a zero point and
what the composite function of the universe with the
zero point is.
I have looked in the observational
results of the wellknown classical physicists and found
that it is only Brown's observation of the Brownian
motions in liquids which decrease with decreasing
temperature. Kelvin's additional observation that all
particle activity stops at 273.15 degrees Celsius,
which is also called the zero point of the universe,
points to something that can be used.
In order
for the zero point of the universe to be used as the
missing parameter of the universe, it must have the
following properties; There must be a property of
motion at the zero point. The total energy of the
universe must be a constant, in accordance with the
concept that energy can only change from one state to
another and that the total energy of the universe is
constant.
We therefore get a zeropoint function
that looks like this:
The temperature parameter cannot be used because it
is a product parameter of a molecular state. You can see
it on the thermometer at home in your living room.
We must consider the zero point as a fixed point
which is linked to the volume of the universe.
We
use a unitbased number system, no matter how small a
unit we use it will always be greater than zero. The
zero point of the universe is a point that ends at
infinity.
The universe is a selfdeveloping and
selfadjusting system that will always try to correct
imbalance to a stable state.
The universe cannot
stabilize a point that ends at infinity, therefore it
moves slightly back and forth above its zero point in a
vain attempt to create stability.
Remark
The mass
interface. There are quite a few people who
have a problem understanding that the universe has no
end and is an infinite void without any boundaries.
A system must have a beginning point in order for it
to have an end point.
You are surrounded by mass,
I show here an example of an amount of energy bounded by
a volume.
You will always see that mass has a beginning and an
end point, so it is not strange that you see it as
normal.
The universe has no starting point and
therefore has no ending point.
Mass is a product
the universe has created in its system of development.
The universe is a different world than the one you
normally experience.
In the mathematical system that I use; is the
velocity of the mass a span of the zero point and the
volume is the volume of the universe. Both parts work in
the meter system.
For more details, see my
section on mass formation.
Energy, measured in
mass, is:
m = V * c^{2}
You can also measure the mass's energy in joules:
E = m * c^{2}
One can say of the universe as a whole; on the one hand there is
nothing and yet there is something.
Next episode is classic big bang.
 
The
Universe.
Classic big bang.
Mass
formation.
Atom
structure.
Molecular binding.
Particle radiation
