DO GRANIC WSZECHŚWIATA
Tezy & hipotezy — Nieskończoność wszechświata
Jest wielce prawdopodobne, że materia wszechświata nam znanego nie ucieka, a wraca gdzieś, czyli spada do swojego pierwotnego punktu odniesienia. Im jest bliżej i dłużej spada do tego punktu tym bardziej przyspiesza, stąd obserwowane zjawisko przyspieszenia rozszerzania się wszechświata.
Basic theses (theorems for which justification is presented).: Thesis 1. It is highly probable that the matter of the universe known to us does not escape, and returns somewhere, or falls to its original point of reference. The closer and longer it drops to this point, the more it accelerates, hence the observed phenomenon of the acceleration of the expansion of the universe. Thesis 2. Black holes are the chimneys of fired or active cosmic volcanoes transferring matter to the antiworld, where the collision with antimatter is destroyed. Thesis 3. Time is just an illusion, so the illusion is space-time, the illusion is the theory of relativity based on the existence of space-time, certainly this theory does not work outside our existence. Thesis 4. A great explosion, or the beginning, could be a collapse of the shell or cloud at the border of our universe, where the majority of matter is concentrated, hence the gravitational fall of our world. There may be gaps or whirls there, there are certainly caves of space volcanoes in which matter disappears and does not have to compact into grains, it can be sucked into the antiworld. Thesis 5. The blue spheres of the universe are in constant vortex motion. Our world is also in this movement, there are infinitely many such spinning worlds. The whirling motion must produce enormous centrifugal forces rupturing the spheres of the universe, causing the observed spherical escape and the flow of the vector, or maybe the spatially spiral of the flowing matter. This results in an apparent escape of matter possessing mass. Whirling spheres must collide and penetrate, their scattered matter densifies in cycles to again undergo the next disruptive cycles. We observe a similar phenomenon by following the movement of clouds in our sky, when the wind breaks clouds and thickens again, another mechanism, but the effect is similar