The Universe as a free space participates in the structure of matter with wave phenomena

# COMPLETE UNIVERSE - DYNAMIC SPACE - WAVE PHENOMENA

## The maximum amount of energy that can be missing from the shared energy and is concentrated in matter. (Unified theory)

Below you will read excerpts from a newer development of the treatise, which includes the first calculations on the relationship of free space as a decentralized energy with concentrated energy in body mass.

• The equation √(h·fpl^2 ·c / G) gives a multiple amount of matter than the limit of Mpl=√(h·c/G) for a 1s radius of light and the multiple mass is for an astronomical amount. The equation √(h·fpl^2 ·c / G) coincides with the equations h·fpl^2 /c^2 = h·f0^2 / V0^2 = Mmin·fpl / Tpl and as we said is valuable for the interpretation of the astronomical world, even if it does not give an actual amount of concentrated matter. As the maximum inertia Mpl=√(h·c/G) was not calculated as a particle, but as a maximum inertia limit corresponding to a maximum reduction of the maximum speed c according to the initial relation Mpl/Μ = c/v. We saw the introduction of the maximum limit along with the minimum limit and how useful it proved to be in explaining the structure of matter. It revealed to us many high speed phenomena and extremely subtle processes. The astronomical amount of mass M(1ls) for a radius of 1 s of light is introduced into the cosmological interpretation not as an exact prediction, but as a quantitative mass limit for astronomical space. It comes out theoretically consistent and would probably be a black hole, because the gravitational acceleration g=G·M/R^2 is equal to the speed of light. But it comes close to the amount for bodies that have been called "stars" and for astronomical nuclei, which could be the center of gravity for a large number of stars. (132-6.)

• The limit of Mpl=√(h·c/G) has given us many conclusions on the structure of an atom. The astronomical limit of the multiple mass M(1ls) as a multiple result maintains a mathematical connection with the first limit and so calculations for astronomical magnitudes will have an obvious connection to tiny sizes! (132-6.)

• The distribution of the shared amount of energy in astronomical nuclei. Ratios of the M(1ls) mass to the total Muni amount according to the Hubble constant (134-8.)

• We have seen in the previous two parts of the cosmological interpretation how an astronomical mass [Μ(1ls)= √(h·fpl^2 ·c / G) = h·fpl^2 / c^2] can be mathematically related to the mass quantities that we have calculated as a limit for the structure of matter. We have seen how an astronomical mass limit comes into agreement with the atomic mass limits √(Mmin·Mpl) and achieved a mathematical unification of the microcosm with the macrocosm. (134-8.)

• Investigating the astronomical redshift.
We have not denied the movement of the space. We have rejected the movement of space as a body (like a rubber surface). Instead, we have explained space as a balanced quantity with oscillations of energy, and its motion was correctly described as wavelike rather than like the motion of a body. The concepts of expansion and contraction are misleading. The gravitational field was explained by wave motion of space with the highest speed in the direction of concentration of energy towards a microscopic radius. The shared amount of energy fluctuates and returns to equilibrium with such motion by waves, which are concentrated in the minimum radius of space and eventually slow down there. Therefore, we expect a different explanation of the astronomical redshift. (117-6.)

• The continuation of the review on the passage of rational thought to calculations of astronomical quantities... We have not denied the movement of the space itself. We have rejected the movement of space as a body (like a rubber surface). In space there is a fluctuation of radius, but this is a microscopic fluctuation within the structure of matter and not the phenomenon as described for astronomical space. (140-2.)

• 142. The "expansion" velocity H·D / 1Mpc = c·D / Dmax = D / T(H) calculated from the relation V=√(G·M/-R) adjusted for space as a shared quantity of energy with equivalent mass. We have replaced Hubble's law by an equilibrium velocity Vg which is related to the gravitational acceleration and to the gravitational field (at each radius length) and at long distances, which have time-varying interactions. From the adjustment of the known relation √(G·M/R) to give the velocity in agreement with the constant H we again find the existence of a limit to the maximum time and the maximum length of the astronomical space, as we expected and had deduced theoretically. The constant H of Hubble's law results when a constant relation derived from a minimum velocity limit and a maximum velocity limit (constants V0, c and ratio V0/c) is introduced into the calculation. The "expansion" speed Vg could take any value without these two limits. (142)

• The average amount of energy ~10^-13 J which we have calculated theoretically matches the density of the energy of the free space, since the necessary particles of an atom have characteristics that are small deviations from the mean value (28.4, p402 and 105-3)

• 136-10. The distribution of the shared amount of energy in the global space. Ratio of gravitational field intensity, radius and volume of potential space: "The mass and radius of bodies are related to a shared amount of energy and to the radius of a space where energy is concentrated". (p488) The radius of the gravitational field around each astronomical body can be likened to its own free space, and we can say that global space contains many spaces of smaller radius. (136-10.)

• "We have explained that space as a periphery and free is maintained simultaneously with the concentration of an energy in the bodies. The mass presented in bodies has a bound amount of energy that is missing from the common amount and the shared energy is presented as a space of a certain radius. Thus we understand that in celestial bodies of greater mass more energy is bound and correspondingly more energy is missing from the common amount. Therefore, the gravitational field of a larger body mass attenuates (and has the lowest acceleration rate g) at the periphery of a longer radius from its center. We can calculate a minimum acceleration rate for all bodies, of any mass since this rate is at the maximum radius of each field. The same rate of acceleration will always exist at a certain length of a radius. The radius will be different for bodies of different mass (p491)”. (136-10, p413)

• The longest radius (-R) that defines in the shared energy the volume of a free space (because the energy is concentrated in the bodies) is the radius where the intensity g=G·M/R^2 of the gravitational field approaches the mean value a0 =1.101998 ×10^-13 m/s /s [V0 = √(Vpl·c)=√(G·M0/λ0)=Μ0·c/Mpl]. This ratio between gravitational field strength, radius, volume, and energy or mass is shown to hold for microscopic radius lengths and at astronomical radii, and is the first approximation with the simplest calculation. (136-10, p413-4)

• The binding or concentration radius -R^2 = G·M/a0 introduces the mean value limit for the g of the gravitational field. (137-11.)

• The distribution of the shared amount of energy in the global space. The volume of space where is reserved for each amount of concentrated matter. The bounding radius of space -R is proportional to the mass M of bodies. A larger volume of surrounding space corresponds to bodies of greater mass. In regions with many bodies and overall greater mass also a greater volume of surrounding space is accounted for and many volumes coalesce. (137-11. )

• We have calculated a V3D volume of free space (accompanying bodies) in proportion to an amount of concentrated energy in (body) mass. We calculated the volume by introducing one more radius of the body up to the limiting distance where the gravitational field strength g weakens to the mean value a0 = √(Vpl·c)=√(G·M0/λ0)= Μ0·c/Mpl = 1.101998 ×10^-13 m/s^2. The relation is: -R=√(G·M/a0). (141-3.)

Indicative calculations from the application of the simplest formulas that connect the astronomical world to the microcosm >>>

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Many inferences and clarifications read in the presentation under the title:
A complete and stabilized Universe seen like free space. Subtitle: The rational interpretation of matter as oscillations of energy in a shared quantity, existing as dynamic space.

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 COMPLETE UNIVERSE - DYNAMIC SPACE - WAVE PHENO­MENA. How the natural laws and forces are applied. What they didn't think in Physics and Philosophy... in last centuries. A rational and unified theory on time, space, matter, forces and structure of the Universe. The nature and the physical phenomena are explained by a total amount of energy (in equilibrium), which was logically identified with the free space and by rapid fluctuations of this constant energy, which were logically identified with particles and matter. The complete and stabilized Universe is appe­ared as a free space! The reading and printing of the treatise can be easy without graphic enviro­nment from separated files (as are the PDF). >>>►

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"Big Bang" in Cosmology: The cosmos present as a complete total (and constant energy quantity) that seems like a free space.

>>> The fundamental thoughts and relations for the interpretation of nature[*] (with all individual things). The universal physical constants and the mathematic limits in the physical changes. How a multitude wave phenomena, by the oscillation of the free space with the fastest rates of nature (and with their deceleration), produce periodic motions and forces and create the building blocks of the world (matter).

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