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Classic Big Bang

This section is a continuation of the Universe.

We must to look more closely at the sliding of the universe over the resting point of the universe.

The universe consists of an infinite volume and a sliding function over a resting point.
Why it has this property is unknown, but there are a number of points from which it can be inferred.

All mass has a boundary surface, that is, mass has a beginning point and an end point.
The universe has an infinite size, it can have it only if it contains nothing, that is, the universe is an infinite void that contains nothing (no mass).

What we can see is that the universe has a side function that can create mass.
When it is at its resting point, there is also nothing here (no mass).
We have that the two parts of the universe contain nothing and meet the requirement of a universe which has an infinite size.

I should note that the Brownian motion decreases as the temperature approaches zero and the Kelvin scale points to the zero point of the universe.

I don't think Kelvin was aware of what he had found and what significance the zero point has for classical physics.

In ordinary classical physics, the energy is the ratio of mass to velocity, that is, the energy is generated from a two parameter system, which fits into the system I use here.

The universe can gather millions of parts to absolute accuracy at the speed of light.
We use a unit-controlled voice system; we cannot assemble two parts for absolute accuracy, even if we spend unlimited time on it.
If we make the unit in our number system infinitely small, then the transition will disappear, but the zero point is still there.

The universe balances over a very small point.
Transition points are found in almost all chain physical processes.

The universe tries to slow the slip over the zero point to maintain balance, it does so by increasing the resistance, that is, the resistance grows with the magnitude of the displacement.

It is the tension that forms the basis of mass.

The sliding we have of the temperature in the universe is not enough for us to achieve a temperature velocity of c2, so we must use an event that can raise the temperature.
Here I show a clash between two part areas.


Also look at this small animation


The sliding we have over the resting point of the universe, compared with the size of the universe, makes it possible that two parts collide, we get here a reason to raise the temperature (speed) so we can get up to c2.

In building the resting mass, the speed vector points to the center. That is, the action vector associated with particle formation in the big bang remains in the particle.
Because the vector points to the center, the universe is in relation to the normal on the head. This means that the mass of the universe has a limited volume in the normal volume of the universe.


The universe can only create a particle (a base particle) that is not quite large and which is not stable at rest.
The base particle forms the basis for the build-up of two particles, an Elektron and a proton, which are stable at rest.
The mathematical stabilization relationship between these particles has been established.

The Universe.

Classic big bang.

Mass formation.

Atom structure.

Atom binding.

Molecular binding.

Particle radiation

Magnetic fields.

Mass attraction.


Micro physics


Sidst opdateret : 15 January 2020
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