The Alternative To Cosmic Ray Powered Stars

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The Alternative to Cosmic Ray Powered Stars

by Chris Freely

While creating the cosmic ray powered stars, galaxies, and universe model years ago I had to seriously consider alternative thoughts with regard to our current model, the fusion powered solar paradigm.  I considered the implications of expansion theory in this in order to complete the work began by Mark McCutcheon and to seriously consider whether there were any scenarios under which a universe could exist powered on hydrogen fusion as envisioned by our current ideas.

The model that I developed I called the Hydrogen Regeneration Hydrogen Fusion Universe was based on the idea that hydrogen, if it were possible to generate fusion energy from true proton-proton fusion, would be recycled in this type of universe.  While I ultimately rejected this idea for reasons described below, a basic overview will show the most plausible mechanisms in my understanding of Expansion Theory that might explain our current solar paradigms using the new theory.

In proton-proton fusion as it is currently envisioned through various steps in different types of main sequence stars, four protons combine to form a helium nucleus.  The difference in the mass of four hydrogen atoms and one helium atom is then assumed to be released in the form of energy through Einstein's E=MC^2 equation automatically liberating the energy.  A star is theoretically supported by the force of the fusion of protons that take place in the star's nucleus.  A balance then is created between the amount of fusion necessary to keep the star's current size and gravity which is constantly driving this process.  This is visioned as a dynamic equilibrium in current models.

The question must be asked, where does the energy to propel the liberated missing mass from the protons in the proton-proton fusion reactions come from?  In our current theories there is essentially no answer.  E=MC^2 automatically applies for some reason no one has clearly defined and that no one can clearly explain.  McCutcheon's expansion theory offers a plausible solution to this dilemma as physical mechanisms may exist plausibly in our current hypothetical realms of the possible.

Mark, in his book though, stuck with a similar Einstein idea that simply said once the electrons (the basic particle of matter in the universe of which everything including protons and neutrons are made in the new theory) are released from their nuclear confinement they automatically just expand at a massive rate (because they are already doing so anyway within the atom) and are thus liberated as free energy.  This is similar to Einstein's idea though with a graphical representation of liberated electron clusters flying through non-atomic space at the huge non nuclear natural expansion rate of the electron in that the electron automatically has this energy built into it somehow without having to account for it in any way.  I couldn't agree to the idea in total because it denies the fact that energy is carried by these electrons as a function of their relative motion, which in physics analysis is called vector motion.

In my own analysis I found that the idea that freely expanding electron clusters carried huge energy difficult to digest in light of the problem of vector motion which I wrote about extensively in the analysis.  Essentially, the problem is that energy is still energy.  When things move they have an inertia and that energy is conserved and vector motion needs to be conserved if things aren't going to get too weird.  Freely expanding electron clusters, in my estimation, simply cannot be ejected from the nucleus and be expected to carry a massive energy automatically.  I could not visual this idea at all as it failed logical tests in my own mind concerning the ideas of energy.  Of course I accepted the idea of the clusters expansion, just not the free energy lunch part of it.

The alternative to this is to construct a mechanism within the nucleus to account for energy as it is classically understood (more or less).  In our case we would have to construct a model of the proton that would allow for the energy to be liberated through a mechanism similar to that of a spring.  A metal spring stores physical energy and a spring represents the best analogy to something that may, once it's pent up structure is unhinged, release stored physical energy in a manner that is consistent with latent buildup of pressure in structure.  If the hydrogen atom is so constructed, then indeed it would be possible to make such a process work assuming the energy contained in the structure in sufficient once liberated to account for what is required for the solar fusion model to work.  I have suggested that deuterium and tritium as well as other proven energetically releasing atoms and isotopes have some pent up structural mechanism at work that when broken releases this stored pressure within their structure.

In such a system, an energy storing mechanism would have to be constructed to account for why energy was stored in hydrogen in the first place.  The mechanism I decided on was cosmic ray bombardment of the heavy nuclei of deep space and old stellar cores.  These cosmic rays could reintroduce energy into what are (in current theory) considered to be energy poor nucleuses (from the point of view of current fusion theory), especially Iron and Cobalt which are considered in current theory to be the least energetic nucleuses for nuclear fusion (or fission for that matter).  Again, that all has to do with the amount of mass in the nucleus as measured relative to other nucleusus in the current E=MC^2 standard model paradigm.  But for our purposes what we are looking for as students of the new Expansion Theory is how hydrogen gets its extra energy that allows it to expel it's "energy per nucleon" into light in the form of electron clusters as the new theory states that light consists of.

This is explained hypothetically by the idea that cosmic rays impart changes in structure to the proton when they impact these large nucleusus in deep space breaking them apart and recharging the universal supply of hydrogen that gets used up in our current model by stars.  In a universe without a big bang you have to explain how it is that everything hasn't quite ended given the fact that all the hydrogen is constantly being used up.  So, obviously, over time, the cosmic rays have to reintroduce the energy back into the equation by evaporating large white dwarves and other old dead stellar cores in our current model slowly converting back into the original material that we currently think of as being the most important for energy generation.  That is, of course, hydrogen.

So we have a plausible physical mechanism of energy storage in hydrogen and a cycle that accounts for what we observe in the universe without resulting in any big bang shenanigans.  However, the problem now is the problem of the lack of a real physical model of the atom.  We don't have one yet.  And in addition, the bigger problem is that protons, as we understand them now, are just too simple of a structure to be structured in a way that suggests they could possibly store energy through a complex mechanism that allows for such a hypothetical pressure storage whether spring like or not.  The more complex deuterium and tritium don't have this problem.  And that creates a big pickle for the nuclear powered fusion model in the new Expansion Theory paradigm.

While I envisioned a proton as being made of huge numbers of electrons as described in my core essay, an idea strongly supported by existing physical experiments primarily Max Plank's, the simple number of electrons still isn't sufficient to account for the complexity suggested.  There is no current evidence of a complex hydrogen nucleus that suggest it could possibly store energy in such a manner.  Now, of course, no one has had to look for one yet, but still it would require a huge amount of research and thinking to suggest where we could go from here with this idea.  It goes against everything we think we know so far in that hydrogen is the simple nucleus consisting of a single proton and an single electron "probability" cloud.  Where would it hide a mechanism for the mechanical storage of energy?  Deuterium and tritium have at least a neutron or two and a proton that could overlap accounting for the stored energy, but what about the lowly proton? 

In this idea we consider the classical case for energy again as known physics suggests.  Energy is motion and vector motion is conserved so that energy outside the boundary of the expanding electron is real in this world.  It doesn't diminish so the universe is a mechanical machine made of expanding electrons and the ever present vector motion of these very electrons that are the carriers of this motion and are the transformers of it in space (again my core essay goes into the physical descriptions in great detail and what would properly be described as the physical philosophy of expanding matter and energy).

In order to support the idea of standard fusion in the new model mechanical energy must be stored in the hydrogen atom to account for the energy necessary to support stars as they are currently envisioned in the fusion model of stars.  No physical proof of these support structures exists.  No physical model exists.  No explanation that is based on real physics exist.  Our current stellar theories are a fantasy.  They have no basis in real science.  They have never been proven through extensive observation.  Constant new evidence is being discovered which discounts what is claimed in the finer points of current stellar theory.  And more new evidence will come to light exposing the weaknesses in current theory with each passing year.

Yet cosmic ray powered stars have a support mechanism that I have described vividly in complete physical detail down to a great extent.  That is a fact.

For those who wish to try and salvage the only thing that is possibly even remotely salvageable from convention cosmology, the fusion powered model of the star, I have given you all the tools necessary to find what it is you must be looking for.  Good luck.  And it would be delightful if you gave me some credit when you start down your thought experiments.  I was there first pointing you in the right direction.  May the best theory win in the light of the evidence of science.

The Myth of Wave Particle Duality And The New Language of Physics

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The Myth of Wave Particle Duality and the New Language of Physics

by Chris Freely
Quantum physics was built on the problem of wave particle duality.  Light (and "electromagnetic radiation" in general) was discovered to have both the properties of a wave and a particle.  Yet this discovery was full of problems because the wave nature of light was never technically proven.  This despite the fact that everything you read in physics class says that light is both a wave and a particle.  While the particle nature of anything has never been disproven, the wave nature of anything other than waves in a medium has never been proven.

But quantum physics as is generally interpreted disposed of the idea of ether, the hypothetical substance that made up space in the period of classical physics, which is the medium in which the propagation of the waves of electromagnetic radiation was originally conceived.  So then how can a wave be a wave without a medium?  This is quite a big problem.

Now the new concepts presented by Mark McCutcheon solve the problem by presenting the idea in a clear way that demonstrates that light is made of electron clusters and as such the number of clusters per second is what creates the frequency of light (which in our current models is directly related to the so called wavelength through the equation c = wavelength X frequency).  Mark's Expansion Theory shows that light is not a wave at all, but instead a solid stream of matter moving at light speed (or possibly faster or slower depending on conditions) as a classical physics stream of solid matter.  As such light behaves exactly as solid matter should behave in a classical physics reality.

Light has a mass associated with the particle stream of electron clusters, and it has a classical physics inertia associated with the fact it is in motion through space.  This inertia is "converted" to "energy" when light strikes an object.  Here what we call "energy" is in fact motion imparted by the impacting electron clusters onto the object in question which is also made up of electrons and electron clusters themselves.

This immediately shows us the new paradigm model of processes in the molecular level of the universe.  Everything is based on classical physics motions of particles with the exception of the expansion rate of the electron itself (see the core essay on this website for a longer explanation).  The easiest part of this idea to understand is that while many of the ideas of physics remain in tact in terms of their utility such as units for force, energy, mass, etc., the actual idea of the physical systems is solely based on one fundamental process: energy in motion.  The electrons only provide the mass in the equation which in my core essay is elaborated upon as physical resistance to the passage of motion fundamentally.

Motion can be understood to be essentially the flow or liquidity of the universe.  While the electron is a "solid" expanding vibration, the flow of the motion is a transformational effect of dynamic fluid force.  In this it is not quantized at all, but instead has the full range of the microinfinite (the infinite range of possible quantification between 1 and 0).  This would be consistent with the idea that motion can exist in all possible states of relative speed to other objects.

However, the system created by the expanding electron, when studied completely, would reveal that the expansion itself is what creates the dynamic automatically as a byproduct of the mass transformation of motion.  This is an extension of what I have written of in my core essay.  Essentially, as electrons expand, the "definition of mass" changes due to the transformation of space caused by the electron's expansion so that vector motion is conserved as well as intertia.  Inertia created in the atomic and subatomic realms is thus preserved independent of the electron's transformation of space around it due to its expansion.  This follows otherwise energy as we know it would have no meaning and the world around us proves that energy as in the joule appears to be consistently present in terms of actual effect on matter, because, of course it is all connected together rather seamlessly through what we call observation (cue singing angels).  This also applies to our classical measurement of force as well.

With this understanding we can see the larger context of Expansion Theory fused to the concept of fluid dynamics with the preservation of mass/inertia.  However, what we see at the basic level is purely a physical fluidity of purely physical motion and inertia in physical space with a purely physical transformation of space due to, on the surface, a purely physical expansion of a purely physical vibration which is the electron itself as a vibration that takes the form of a sphere expanding in space.  Transdimensional theory gets into the question of what the hell it is that the electron is expanding in and what is its nature incidental to the set of fields of consciousness that exist universally.  And that is where we leave material physics behind.  But for now, the physicists will have to be satisfied with that answer.

Cosmic Ray Powered Stars Vs. The Electric Universe Model Stars

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Cosmic Ray Powered Stars Versus The Electric Universe Model Stars

By Chris Freely

Those who have read my core essay on the new science will be familiar with new concepts on the nature of the stellar evolution that have been presented.  These ideas are related to and very similar to the electrical universe model's version of how stars are created but with significant modifications based on the idea that stars are powered by external cosmic ray bombardment of their magnetic field instead of by electrical currents in the galaxy as in the electric universe model.  Another key difference in the two ideas is that I am using Mark McCutcheon's basic idea on the nature of physics, Expansion Theory, which eliminates the concept of charge as we understand it because expanding electrons do not need an imaginary positive and negative center to flow as rivers of current as conceived of in this model.  The third key difference between the electrical universe concept and the cosmic ray powered star model is the concept of hyperdense matter cores whereby the vast majority of stars have very dense cores at their hearts.  This changes the mechanisms of stellar and planetary birth from the electrical universe's mechanism which involves z-pinch effects in plasma as discussed extensively here.

In both models planets and stars are born from other planets and stars usually involving large explosions such as nova and supernova.  In the electrical universe model these explosions are caused by z-pinch effects in galactic electrical currents.  In the cosmic ray powered star paradigm explosions are caused by instability in the hyperdense matter core of the star caused by pressure changes most likely due to melting of the core over time as the amount of energy in the magnetic field increases and/or magnetic and electrical overload caused by the increasing amount of energy of the field over time.  Current conventional astrophysics, of course, believes that stars are powered from nuclear fusion and I deal with many of the problems with this theory in my core essay as well as in my cosmogenesis notes.  Supernovas are caused in conventional astrophysics primarily because of the iron catastrophe in current nuclear fusion models whereby any attempt to fuse iron will result in a failure to generate additional energy and cause the star to go supernova.

The electrical universe model also discounts the existence of black holes believing active galactic nuclei are plasma effects of the galactic plasma currents in the galaxy (once again focusing on z-pinch effects if I remember correctly).  The current cosmic ray model I have created incorporates very large stellar bodies which function as centers of galaxies, just not as infinitely dense singularities described by current astrophysics.  I have termed these objects dark quasars if not active and quasars as active.  Active galactic nuclei represent a midway point between a very active quasar and quiet dark quasar.  In this understanding "black holes" at the center of galaxies are very large stars essentially that are putting out most of their energy in the non-visible upper band of the EM spectrum (microwave on up) and occasionally burst into very powerful states where they release massive amounts of energy like a normal star except in a massive way.

In the cosmic ray powered universe there is no upper limit to how large these dark quasars can get as long as more matter can be incorporated into them through absorbing other objects presumably (though I suggest other less plausible mechanisms of matter gain as well in my core essay).  In this analogy of the cosmos, systems and cores just keep getting bigger up to infinity as we look at larger and larger slices of the cosmos.

Quasars would occasionally explode as very, very large supernovas that divide the quasar in two creating two new galaxies from the new cores.  We would need to figure out a way to tell which galaxies we see out in space are in the process of dividing and which are in the process of colliding in this analysis.  Also, another important assumption is that the primary means that stars and galaxies grow apart in the cosmic ray powered cosmos is radiative pressure from their light and cosmic rays.  Such an idea would suggest that when quasars split up, the process of the galaxies separating out would generally be quiet slow, though the force of the explosion that creates the new core may push it out quiet far.  I haven't done the math required to estimate, but observations of the galaxies with this idea in mind should be able to sort out what is what and how it's happening.

Additional ideas I discussed in my core essay deal with larger themes of Mark McCutcheon's Expansion Theory in light of the cosmic ray powered cosmic model.  One of the issues that I considered was the possibility of different expansion pressure levels in different areas of the cosmos.  This is not something Mark dealt with in his original theory but I believe it follows that depending on how the whole physical system is structured in light of the transdimensional structure of the cosmos in higher dimensions it might be possible to envision such a system where some regions of the cosmos had a different chemical periodic table and much higher densities of possible matter than others because the amount of expansion pressure would be much higher.  I could not satisfy this level of analysis in the time I've had so far, but have introduced it as a concept that should be considered in an expanded cosmology hypothetically.

The issues with this idea resolve a problem I had with the idea that the cosmos had to only have one possible set of periodic tables.  I believe Mark did deal with the idea that the rate of electron expansion could change in Expansion Theory in his original book by stating it may have been different in the past and could be different in the future.   Such change, of course, suggests that different regions of space could hypothetically have different rates of expansion for the electron.  I envisioned this on a very grand scale where the regions would be vast having the same general expansion pressure rate on the order of trillions of major galaxies, and there would be another universal region like this with a different rate nearby.  A detailed study of my essay and Mark's book is required to understand what I am talking about exactly without me going into excruciating details right now.

I also considered the possibility that changes in expansion pressure could occur in smaller settings than the original version I thought of.  We don't technically know enough to say whether or not different chemical systems exist outside of this solar system in the Milky Way.  We don't know enough to say if smaller systems could exist at different expansion rates because we don't know enough about the mechanisms by which expansion is controlled.  It is implausible in general that changes to what would appear to be the physical constants of the universe could be so easily altered in smaller regions of space or around smaller systems like galaxies, stars, or even planets, but we don't know enough about field theory to rule this out entirely.  We need to know more about the relationship between expansion pressure, volume , space, and hypothetical transdimensional fields such as the 4th dimensional etheric I discuss in the core essay.

I am generally skeptical of the possibility of any overly weird outcome in these areas that I have thought about, so generally I believe that the physics and chemistry based on expansion pressure and the periodic table we know are the same in, at least, this galaxy, and probably for some great extent in the extra-galactic space away from this galaxy.  I also believed that variations in expansion pressure would be very gradual and slow over the whole of a large area of space so that instead of having one area that was radically different from another, one galaxy might have one thousandth of one percent difference from the next one let's say.  However this is a function of my scientific conservatism on the matter.  We don't know what's out there and how it works and need alot of time to understand the new model before we can truly say what is possible with it.

Comparing what is known about z-pinch effects and using Mark's model of electron expansion, it would be possible to develop a physical mechanism explanation that shows why z-pinch effects do what they do.  It clearly is something to do with the flow of electrons like that of a river moving mass through pressure.  Once this idea is understood I think it will obvious what is happening from the new perspective.

What Are Things: How Simple Questions Get Lost in the Chaos

Everything has a beginning.  That's what they tell us anyway.  As far as we can tell it's true.  Who could argue with such conclusions?  Well, some for sure, but let's not turn out to be those people if you know what I mean.

And as certain as everything has a beginning there are those who love to question everything they hear about these beginnings.  Why did they happen?  What makes this thing the way it is and why ever did it show up here?  Most people settle on just assuming that everything more or less means nothing so they agree to just shut up and do their jobs.  Wonderful people those, may their sacrifices be long remembered.

As we consider the question of things, I like to point out some very fascinating facts that may concern those of you who are of a more metaphysical bend towards the whole notion of things and what they do and where they go when they aren't around anymore.  Just about everyone under the Sun out here outside of India just assumes they go poof and gone back into the great nothing or perhaps the void from which they came, though few talk about the void as it makes most feel uncomfortable with the fact most people call it "space" or some other such physically pleasing word.  Nothing wrong with voids mind you unless you get stuck there for too long and they suck your soul out of your corpse.

Now that I have tormented away the weak amongst you using my tormented filtering mechanism, we can properly proceed with the meat of the discussion: the matter of the nature of things.  Things exist because the universe apparently creates them which is an odd sort of thing for a universe to do on first realizing that, in fact, things seem to be generated from the universe, which at first glance, also appears to be a thing made of things.  Good God, things making things?  What sort of a whacked out jive is this place we popped into?  Are we just another of those damn things too? Well, that shit doesn't sound right.

Once upon a time in Greece some really square philosophers who were short on hot dates sat around and decided that things had to be more than just things.  In fact one of the biggest ones, Plato, talked about things being a subset of thoughts he called forms.  Interesting little tidbit (sentence fragmented noted you overly obsessed grammar nazis).  Much, much later another big headed philosopher in Germany, one of my favs to pick on in fact, Immanuel Kant, said that there was something called the thing onto itself whereby, radically, the objects in question actually existed!  This was a big step for philosophy and highly controversial as suggesting that reality was real was something of a major advance in radical notions about the universe.  Kant mostly ignored the depth of what he was saying apparently and focused on the less important idea that we couldn't really know what the damn thing was that we were looking at!  Seem crazy yet?  Well it's about to get positively insane next.

Technically, according to certain mystics, who shall remain nameless to protect the innocent and possibly the guilty as well, had the nerve to suggest that one could actually feel the existence of the object!  These loons were positively committed to the idea that things might actually be real and you could prove it by "extending your etheric out" to feel the object, which roughly translated means feel the object with your extended perception in a way like touching it with your thought or with your aura presumably.  Physically this could be like extending the magnetic field around your body to touch the object in question.  Funny thing those mystics could just have touched the object with their hands and saved themselves alot of trouble.  None the less, the philosophers never got the memo, and the scientists by this time had decided that none of it was real in a real sort of way anyway since quantum physics proves that it's all just a stupid probability cloud.  (Though obviously McCutcheon destroyed that idea with his theory as described on his website and on this website here.)

In any case, the things are still here and so are we, so obviously someone's thought experiment in transpersonal existentialist nihilism has gone terribly awry.  Not to mention those damn bills, they haven't dematerialized either.  Clearly someone hasn't gotten the memo.  Perhaps we should complain louder.

So, if things are still here why do I care?  What am I gaming at here?  Well according to the idea that love creates everything in existence through magic, you're going to have a hard time proving that destruction is in any way real to life outside the physical appearance of life we have here in the physical universe.  This radical notion suggests that not only are all objects down to electrons real, but they all have spirit and eternal life simultaneously automatically granted to them as their spiritual heritage for existing in the first place as clearly they must have been summoned into existence for a purpose by a being that already had existed before them.  Yes you read that right.  That idea is called the Natural Theory of Love and Magic.  You'll not find a better one no matter how hard you squeeze your brain I can promise you that.  It's because it's the only theory that satisfies the requirement that the universe is good and serves a higher purpose.

But our universe doesn't appear to be magical right?  Well if it's governed by a law and everything seems to be following a law, what the hell do you think the law is?  If you said things, then obviously you didn't get it.  The law is not a thing but seems to govern them rather thoroughly wouldn't you say?  Try defying gravity next time if you have any doubt about the question.  It doesn't work!  Gravity is magic and gravity is law.  Sure it's governed by the expansion equation that Mark McCutcheon discovered in our new physics paradigm, but why?   Who the heck needs gravity?  Well the answer should be obvious if you think about it since it's here.  Everyone is the answer, Einstein!

Surely alot of details have been left out here, but I'm being dramatic to prove a point.  That point is it is impossible to create a version of the universe that fits all the criteria for a just and true perspective unless it includes the idea that all things are real and that they exist as aspects of themselves to evolve forward in time to birth new realities from their evolution.  And the reason for this is the one stickler of all metaphysical analysis I have seen so far, it is the emergence of desire in consciousness.  Once desire emerges in consciousness then desire must be fulfilled.  It's a divine sort of thing to realize that desire exists to be fulfilled.

This problem is what creates the paradox in reincarnation theory which states that in order for things to evolve, they must grow, but in order for them to grow there has to be new stuff constantly.  Desire is not the source of the stuff, but rather it is the reason that the stuff is summoned into being from the transdimensional into the physical universe (don't try this at home).  And the greatest divine trick of all in this new metaphysical concept is the idea that it is the memory of the past that creates the basis, in some way we don't understand yet, for new matter.  The memory of the past stored in what is called the unconscious, in the higher dimensional record system of the universe is a field in motion through other fields.  Every time fields interact they create new memories and these memories are stored in the transdimensional fields surrounding the lower dimensions and specifically here, the physical.

Alot goes into this idea, but the basic process results in the outcome that no experience is lost because it is stored in the cosmic transdimensional memory system.  If we believe in the basic afterlife narrative of most cultures on the planet, the review process of a person's life goes through this memory system.  Where does all the light go at the end of that experience?  Interesting set of thoughts, no?  With transdimensional experience comes the possibility of mechanisms of creation that are spiritual and, in fact, explainable to some degree with science and normal logic and reason once we understand what matter and experience do and in what proportion these changes occur at in different levels of consciousness field theory.  This requires alot of thought to work through, which I have to a great degree.  I believe this is what Kabbalah ultimately refers to especially the Tree of Life the more we understand it.

Reincarnation, in this idea, does not have an end goal.  It is a continual expansion of the soul until all its desires are fulfilled.  If you realize what this idea means you will be quite astonished at its vast complexity.  It is also a given fact that the desires can only grow over time after periods of rest between fulfillment or unfulfillment as the case may be.  Also this creates the basis for the karmic system as all desire must be honored.  This also means that because desire is endless, eternal life is automatic.

What are things?  They are fields that are born to serve those that have come before.  This is the infinite procession of life in the metaphysical understanding of it.  Beginning in summation a being is born as an object (most probably an electron which is the smallest object in the new physics paradigm of which everything is made) and evolves through a massive series of stages until it becomes a fully sentient soul at which point it has a self reflecting conscience capable of loving unconditionally and making spiritual sacrifices in full consciousness a priorii to a decision tree that is has become aware of.

Does this mean you were a teapot in some prior lifetime?  Perhaps.  What matters now is that the universe you live in needs you to continue to function as a cog within it.  Otherwise you wouldn't be here.  This mental trip into spirit has been provided to you at great personal expense to myself.  I spent a good part of my life looking deeply into the nature of it instead of pursuing normal human interests.  Keep that in mind if you wish to judge me too harshly as a few of you are apt.  It's not easy going into the deep.  It leaves you somewhat scared.  But it's worth telling a worthy soul that things will ultimately be ok in my own way.  Now get back to work fools.

The Science of Expanding Electrons

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The Science of Expanding Electrons
A Summary
The main essay on this website goes into the new theory of physics that considers the question of the nature of matter itself built on the work of Mark McCutcheon and the classical physicists that mostly proceeded the quantum physics standard model.  While you may be inclined to dismiss this idea as crackpot junk science if you read the whole of Mark's case and fully understand my additions to the concept you will begin to have an inkling as to what the future of physics, chemistry, and biology is going to be like. 
Here is a summary of the basic framework of the new theory:
1.  All matter is made of electrons which are spheres expanding in three dimensional space.
2.  All electrons expand creating the basis for the "four forces" of the quantum standard model paradigm.  Gravity is the expansion of atoms, made of electrons, into the space around it creating the appearance of the force by those who are not educated in the matter (see McCutcheon's book for his detailed walkthrough).  The strong force is caused by the expansion of protons and neutrons, also made of electrons.  The weak force is caused by built up pressure inside certain nuclei that cause them to be unstable to the some part of their configuration being not compatible with the general internal expansion of the electron.  And of course electromagnetism itself is a direct product of the expanding electrons forming themselves into electron clusters (what we call photons) and rivers of electrons (free electricity such as sparks, lightening, etc).
3.  The expansion of the electron is based on certain laws or principles.  I have delved into several possibilities.
That's it!  Pretty easy to wrap your brain around I think.  There are of course a huge number of implications that are much, much more complex that I deal with in my main essay.  The science, though, is quite clean on the matter. 

The Astrological Theory of Civilizational Themed Procession

Everyone likes a good plan, especially astrologers.  Most astrologers would more or less agree with the idea that when we come to this world we have chosen our birth chart or the circumstances surrounding our existence.  Now, I don't need to go into what is wrong with this idea too much to accept the hypothesis on a basic level.  I like order myself so I'll tip my hat to the idea as being at least partially true, reserving the counter argument for another time.

According to some astrologers and like minded meta-physicians there exists a procession of ages in which certain general themes are explored collectively as human beings.  The Age of Pisces or the Age of Aquarius for example.  Each age follows a certain theme.  In the Age of Pisces the theme was mystical spiritual ideas revolving around collective dreams such as Christianity or Islam.  In the Age of Aries, war and raw primal masculinity was the theme and the Roman Empire was an example of this.  Now the Age of Aquarius is supposed to be about consciousness, choice, freedom, and science among other things.

So if we are to believe in the procession of Ages as a marker of what we are generally supposed to be doing collectively through these themes, then why haven't we organized ourselves more completely around the idea?  Obviously we can say because the collective sleep of the Age of Pisces is not over yet and the Age of Aquarius hasn't quite kicked in.  I'm a man who likes clear themes I can relate to so I have agreed to the idea of these civilization themes and waves of change as expressed by most astrological thinkers.

I've had visions of the future ages in fact in my more pleasant moments looking at the coming Age of Aquarius time period and knowing it is full of challenges not mentioned by the fluffier version of New Age musing.  Technology is a major theme here, and also a pitfall.  The question of mastering technology, consciousness, science, and freedom is before humanity.  Also the Age of Aquarius seems to have us dealing with questions of identity and the right to choose who we really are.  I think there is alot that goes into that.  Our ride through the next 2200 years of Aquarian Age is going to be full of ups and downs.  Just like with the prior Ages also the expression of this new age will peak in a golden period and then decline towards the end of the Age just as we have witnessed in prior ages.  The decline of the church over the last 500 years is an example of this effect when the expression of the Age comes towards its end.

Ecological thinking and relation to the Earth is not actually technically an Aquarian theme, but one that belongs to the Earth signs and to a lesser extent the Water signs properly.  This return to the Earth consciousness is more properly an effect of the end of the Age of Pisces, but with Aquarius representing collective consciousness it is part of the general package of full consciousness of our existence as humans on Earth.  We certainly cannot separate the experience of connection to the Great Mother and Aquarius, the water bearer.  Strictly speaking however, Aquarius is a sign about friendship, not necessarily one of deep bonding.

It is my opinion that the Aquarian Civilization be rooted in Eastern Europe.  I read a very interesting book one day in a New Age store written by some fantastic metaphysical investigator.  His research had lead him to give the next 4 ages and say where their base of power and maximum expression would be.  Eastern Europe was the one for the Age of Aquarius.  For the Age of Capricorn it was North America and specifically the area of the United States.  For the Age of Sagittarius it was China.  And lastly, for the Age of Scorpio it was India.

This is interesting for the question of themes as the Age of Pisces has clearly been dominated by Western Europe.  That time period has passed and slowly Eastern Europe will become more dominant over the next 1000 years or so.  Clearly science and technology must be important to Eastern Europeans in order to make their civilization the new dominant force over this new period of human history.

For those looking for a return to total eco-spiritual values in the manner of a true ecological society run by women, I'm sorry to say that based on my own research and visions you will have to wait for the full maturation of this vision in the Age of Capricorn.  I believe Capricorn represents the order of nature and is less inclined the technology like Aquarius.  The Age of Capricorn I believe will see the rise of a Matriarchy throughout much of the world based in what is currently the United States of America.  This Matriarchy will overextend itself and fall just as all civilizations do and will be replaced by a great philosophical and learned society in the Age of Sagittarius, where the vision of knowledge will at last be available in a balanced perspective.  This civilization will be based in China ultimately where a church of knowledge will grow to become vast.

Eventually this civilization too will become old and its mistakes will undo it.  Then an Age of Scorpio will begin and its civilization theme will be one of deep intimacy with all things intense and wild followed by a period of deep and profound healing lead by deep mysterious spiritual masters.

There is a much to these visions and of course there are additional Ages beyond these.  What is critical in understanding these themes is that the general trend is suggested by the nature of the sign in question but also by the condition of the human spirit and what is necessary.  While I think the full ecospiritual vision dreamed of by those who wish a return to the Goddess culture of what existed before patriarchy will come during the Age of Capricorn, much of the lesser vision of this idea will be expressed during much of the Aquarian Age.  But to see the full extent of what that means requires waiting until the Age cycle is correct.  No worries, just letting some of you know that these things take time.

Obviously Earth can't wait 2200 years for us to get the ecological question right so this theme is demanded of our collective consciousness now.  We must save the planet, but living in spiritual communion with it is something that is beyond our current condition as a species.  For spiritual communion on a national scale I think we will be waiting till the Age of Capricorn for the most part.  That doesn't mean we can't find that communion on a smaller scale if that is what we wish for individually.  Just don't feel too bad about it if you can't save every single one of the precious creatures that you would like to. 

Now that we understand the basic themes of these processions, you may ask why should you care?  It's about the flow of time and being in that flow.  If you work against the current you will be overcome by it.  Wisdom has taught me to look for the trends ahead of time so that flowing with those trends is much easier.  I don't argue with the astrological ideas that I read for this reason.  I see them as the trends of the future that are preordained by a higher power than myself.  It is, in fact, the need of humanity that must create these currents to be interpreted by mystics, astrologers, and other students of the occult mysteries.  There are other needs as well not so understood revolving around the nature of the soul and what it needs to grow and become more.

While these legends are present, we must look to ourselves to find the answers to the question of our daily lives and existence.  Thus while greatness comes in the flow of life and the life of civilizations built by humans, the greatness of the simple moment will have to do for most on most days in most lives they live.  Such is the way of things until such a time as consciousness is sufficient for us to exist in a greater state of being.  Much work is there still to do to build this temple of love in this world.