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All The Mass Of The Universe Formed At The Pre-Big-Bang Singularity

September 2, 2012

All The Mass Of The Universe Formed At The Pre-Big-Bang Singularity

The universe is a two-poles entity, an all-mass and an all-energy poles.

The elementary particle of the universe is the graviton. At the all-mass pole ALL the gravitons are compacted into the universal inert singularity mass only for the smallest fraction of a second.  All the gravitons of the universe are compacted then together, with zero distance between all of them. This state is mandated by their small size and  by their hence weak force.

The big bang is the shattering, the released built-in singularity’s stresses, of the very short-lived singularity mass, into fragments that later became galactic clusters. This was inflation. The shattering is the start of expansion, of movement of the shatters i.e. the start of reconversion of mass into energy, which is mass in motion. This reconversion proceeds at a constant rate since the big bang as the resolution of gravitons, their release from their shatters-clusters, proceeds at constant rate due to their weak specific force due to their small size.

During the universe expansion the constantly released gravitons are recollected in black holes, being stored there at very low movement conditions i.e. at very low energy levels, until re-formation of the conditions for the re-formation of the ALL gravitons mass pole.

Dov Henis (comments from 22nd century)

http://universe-life.com/

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