Theory of Everything

Hi all,

I am hoping to start a debate. I am certain with some philosophical considerations of what I am about to say, you will "see the light". Let me first describe the system then explain the fundamental laws as results of gravity.

I will begin with a description of the universe. Infinite energy+infinite volume+gravity=universe.

In this system, there are infinite levels of existence--dimensions, if you will--each level can be observed by an observer as a planet, where the level above it is a sun, the level two above it is a black hole, with atoms, electrons, neutrinos, photons, etc. ...all formed of various levels below. This I define as the Cascading Universe. Where every level is observably the same as every other level, dependent on which level the observer happens to be on. Where the only fundamental law of nature is gravity. I have substantial observational evidence and explanation of all large-scale and small scale observations (Big Bang is wrong because distant redshift is caused by, gasp, gravity), but instead of trying to walk you through that I will just explain the fundamental laws of nature and how they are the results of gravity, in this system. The simple fact that these explanations even exist is well worth discussing in and of itself, but the evidence is very much in support of it.

First thing's first: photons have mass. There comes a point in the Cascading Universe where we can no longer observe a difference between zero and a non-zero mass, and all masses below that point function as "light"; photons are particles where the bulk flow of particles operate as a wave. Again, I have evidence of this but I am going to let the fundamental laws speak for themself, I just bring this up because its important to electromagnetism.

To make it clear, fundamental laws are laws of nature that are not the results of something else. Gravity, electromagnetism, weak interaction, and strong interaction are the four fundamental laws of nature because they are currently all considered to function separately of the others. However, it is evidenced that gravity is the only law of nature, which causes all other observed laws.

Electromagnetism. As mentioned, photons are particles, and there are an infinite level of particles below the photon that function observably as photons. Because there are infinitely smaller dimensions below our own, there are systems that can literally flow THROUGH material (this is evidenced by neutrinos flowing through the Earth). So there are materials that can flow through, say, the sun without being absorbed.

The electromagnetic field of the sun is a FLOW of the cascading systems sufficiently small that they do not get absorbed but just pass right through the sun's "empty space" between atoms. The flow comes outward, then is lensed back inward by gravity. The sooner it begins the bend back, the sooner it is lensed and to a higher degree due to gravity being an inverse of r^2, the shorter the distance it travels outward. It then passes essentially unperturbed right through the center of the sun, where gravity is the largest, and comes out the other side. Here, it again is subjected to lensing and is pulled back. This results in a bulk flow of mass. The particles flow towards the center of mass, but then after they pass the center of mass they continue on with force in the opposite direction due to gravity. Magnetic fields can be conceptualized as flows that either go with or against each other, or in part both. If they go with each other, the bulk material is attracted because the flows merge. If they go against each other, the bulk material is repelled because the flows push against one another. This can be envisioned as two streams of water running into each other directly--they don't just continue on merrily, there is huge turbulence where they meet, which results in a pressure in the opposite direction to push the bulk materials away. Alternatively, if those streams flow together, they become one stream, which is through two bodies suspended in space, and this will pull the bodies closer in what we term magnetic attraction. Magnetism itself is just an observed result of this interaction.

This is actually the phenomenon that results in all distant redshifted galaxies. The light from galaxies is literally stuck in the Great Attractor's (evidenced to be the object that the Milky Way orbits) electromagnetic flow. It travels for billions of years without being absorbed, but then finally lands at Earth after having undergone tons of uniform redshift (due to the portion of motion in the y and z direction if x the radius from the great attractor to the photon) and consistent blue and redshift due to radial motion that equals approximately zero (each cycle through returns to the same point approximately so the effects are minimal). The y and z direction is actually away from the Great Attractor to a degree, so it is always trying to fight gravity to escape it, but it is just being redshifted and lensed back in. This produces Hubble's Law. When the light reaches Earth, it can do so at any point during the lensing process back, so it can hit Earth at all angles.

Weak Interaction. Weak interaction is said to cause radioactive decay and fusion. However, the Cascading Universe theory makes it clear exactly what radioactivity is, once we recognize that it is a result of cosmological activity. This is the process of turning energy in the system (unobservable mass) back into observable mass, some of which escapes the gravity of the system. In higher mass systems such as an element that is high on the periodic table, the system will produce more mass due to its relatively larger gravitational field. Therefore, “instability” of such systems is a function of the density of the nucleus which in turn produces more mass from the light it collects. This is how beta particles, and all other radioactive emissions, are created and emitted. In doing so, the system is fluctuating in steady-states until it reaches a point where the radioactive element decays. uranium-238 decays, by way of thorium-234 and protactinium-234, into uranium-234, which is because the system is expelling energy within it until it can no longer operate in the steady-state of uranium-238, it must decay to the next level down where less energy is in the system. In doing so, excess energy is released and the next steady-state is obtained. This process would continue, resulting in all observed radioactive decay. The very act of radioactive decay is precisely what a supernova (Type II) is. This results in weak interaction explained as the result of gravity as well.

Strong Interaction. Strong interaction causes subatomic particles in the nucleus to remain bounded. F=Gm1m2/r^2. As r-->0, F-->infinity. I don't have a particularly great explanation for this one yet, but I think that may be sufficient in and of itself.

Thanks for reading. Feel free to define "gravity" in the system of infinite energy+infinite volume+gravity=universe.

-Steve Scully

Hi all,

I am hoping to start a debate. I am certain with some philosophical considerations of what I am about to say, you will "see the light". Let me first describe the system then explain the fundamental laws as results of gravity.

I will begin with a description of the universe. Infinite energy+infinite volume+gravity=universe.

In this system, there are infinite levels of existence--dimensions, if you will--each level can be observed by an observer as a planet, where the level above it is a sun, the level two above it is a black hole, with atoms, electrons, neutrinos, photons, etc. ...all formed of various levels below. This I define as the Cascading Universe. Where every level is observably the same as every other level, dependent on which level the observer happens to be on. Where the only fundamental law of nature is gravity. I have substantial observational evidence and explanation of all large-scale and small scale observations (Big Bang is wrong because distant redshift is caused by, gasp, gravity), but instead of trying to walk you through that I will just explain the fundamental laws of nature and how they are the results of gravity, in this system. The simple fact that these explanations even exist is well worth discussing in and of itself, but the evidence is very much in support of it.

First thing's first: photons have mass. There comes a point in the Cascading Universe where we can no longer observe a difference between zero and a non-zero mass, and all masses below that point function as "light"; photons are particles where the bulk flow of particles operate as a wave. Again, I have evidence of this but I am going to let the fundamental laws speak for themself, I just bring this up because its important to electromagnetism.

To make it clear, fundamental laws are laws of nature that are not the results of something else. Gravity, electromagnetism, weak interaction, and strong interaction are the four fundamental laws of nature because they are currently all considered to function separately of the others. However, it is evidenced that gravity is the only law of nature, which causes all other observed laws.

Electromagnetism. As mentioned, photons are particles, and there are an infinite level of particles below the photon that function observably as photons. Because there are infinitely smaller dimensions below our own, there are systems that can literally flow THROUGH material (this is evidenced by neutrinos flowing through the Earth). So there are materials that can flow through, say, the sun without being absorbed.

The electromagnetic field of the sun is a FLOW of the cascading systems sufficiently small that they do not get absorbed but just pass right through the sun's "empty space" between atoms. The flow comes outward, then is lensed back inward by gravity. The sooner it begins the bend back, the sooner it is lensed and to a higher degree due to gravity being an inverse of r^2, the shorter the distance it travels outward. It then passes essentially unperturbed right through the center of the sun, where gravity is the largest, and comes out the other side. Here, it again is subjected to lensing and is pulled back. This results in a bulk flow of mass. The particles flow towards the center of mass, but then after they pass the center of mass they continue on with force in the opposite direction due to gravity. Magnetic fields can be conceptualized as flows that either go with or against each other, or in part both. If they go with each other, the bulk material is attracted because the flows merge. If they go against each other, the bulk material is repelled because the flows push against one another. This can be envisioned as two streams of water running into each other directly--they don't just continue on merrily, there is huge turbulence where they meet, which results in a pressure in the opposite direction to push the bulk materials away. Alternatively, if those streams flow together, they become one stream, which is through two bodies suspended in space, and this will pull the bodies closer in what we term magnetic attraction. Magnetism itself is just an observed result of this interaction.

This is actually the phenomenon that results in all distant redshifted galaxies. The light from galaxies is literally stuck in the Great Attractor's (evidenced to be the object that the Milky Way orbits) electromagnetic flow. It travels for billions of years without being absorbed, but then finally lands at Earth after having undergone tons of uniform redshift (due to the portion of motion in the y and z direction if x the radius from the great attractor to the photon) and consistent blue and redshift due to radial motion that equals approximately zero (each cycle through returns to the same point approximately so the effects are minimal). The y and z direction is actually away from the Great Attractor to a degree, so it is always trying to fight gravity to escape it, but it is just being redshifted and lensed back in. This produces Hubble's Law. When the light reaches Earth, it can do so at any point during the lensing process back, so it can hit Earth at all angles.

Weak Interaction. Weak interaction is said to cause radioactive decay and fusion. However, the Cascading Universe theory makes it clear exactly what radioactivity is, once we recognize that it is a result of cosmological activity. This is the process of turning energy in the system (unobservable mass) back into observable mass, some of which escapes the gravity of the system. In higher mass systems such as an element that is high on the periodic table, the system will produce more mass due to its relatively larger gravitational field. Therefore, “instability” of such systems is a function of the density of the nucleus which in turn produces more mass from the light it collects. This is how beta particles, and all other radioactive emissions, are created and emitted. In doing so, the system is fluctuating in steady-states until it reaches a point where the radioactive element decays. uranium-238 decays, by way of thorium-234 and protactinium-234, into uranium-234, which is because the system is expelling energy within it until it can no longer operate in the steady-state of uranium-238, it must decay to the next level down where less energy is in the system. In doing so, excess energy is released and the next steady-state is obtained. This process would continue, resulting in all observed radioactive decay. The very act of radioactive decay is precisely what a supernova (Type II) is. This results in weak interaction explained as the result of gravity as well.

Strong Interaction. Strong interaction causes subatomic particles in the nucleus to remain bounded. F=Gm1m2/r^2. As r-->0, F-->infinity. I don't have a particularly great explanation for this one yet, but I think that may be sufficient in and of itself.

Thanks for reading. Feel free to define "gravity" in the system of infinite energy+infinite volume+gravity=universe.

-Steve Scully

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