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It is only logical that only one material (medium) — if any — comes to mind when searching for the medium from which the universe was forged. Even if we were to assume that the coveted entity is comprised of several elements, we can hardly avoid the question of what preceded them. Consequently, we must ultimately reach the conclusion that it was one single medium. The nature of this entity must be determined in order to resolve the questions and speculation that wave theory (my Grand Unified Theory) has been subjected to. In contrast to the school of thought that has been accepted until now, wave theory introduces a new and sophisticated approach.
Although the notion of a wave theory was raised by different scientists over many years, I offer a different approach to this problem. Most of the other studies are almost entirely physics-oriented. In contrast, my ideas apply a more multi-disciplinary approach to the subject, which takes into account research from a wide array of fields: physics, biology, chemistry, astronomy, genetics, and more. We are dealing with nature, which includes everything.
My Grand Unified Theory begins with the moment that energetic matter created wave formations. The theory suggests that the first concentration of energetic swirls predated the Big Bang.
I will attempt to shed light on the properties and behaviors of this energetic medium by referring to and utilizing all the research that has been conducted to date. This includes astronomical observations that provide us with representations of what actually exists and how it appears. Due to the fact that wave formations created and create everything, these pictures of the universe are accurate depictions of energetic matter’s behavior (my book offers a comprehensive explanation of this phenomenon). Over the last few years, remarkable new telescopes as well as research conducted by NASA, CERN, and other emerging laboratories have considerably enhanced our understanding of the universe. Furthermore, these observations and studies provide us with significant leads as to what precipitated the Big Bang. Some laboratories have even produced primary energetic matter, but even the smallest amounts engendered terrible explosions. This hints to the possibility that before the Big Bang energetic shrinking space (antimatter) swirled to the left, which was immediately released via an explosion.
I contend that the primary medium is energetic space. That said, I admit that I do not know how empty space can exist alone, and this obviously raises many fascinating questions. Every space is subject to boundaries that surround its area. Similarly, our universe is confined to its own limited space, which must include energetic matter and time. In other words, without the element (medium) of energy nothing exists; without energetic activity — and its dimensions of space and time — there is nothing. Subsequently, time cannot exist in the absence of energetic activity since it is merely a product of energetic activity and space formation; and not a separate entity. Therefore, I suppose that the presence of energetic space and its corresponding energetic activity existed before the Big Bang.
Wave theory proceeds under the assumption that prior to the Big Bang different levels of energy in “space” appeared, which created shrinking energetic swirls. These swirls must have rotated to the left because after the Big Bang the universe rotates exclusively to the right. The pre-Big Bang swirl did not possess a singularity from which energetic matter could escape and it thus exploded. I believe that some of these phenomena continue to this day, albeit on a different scale.
Nevertheless, given the lack of evidence, I will refrain from discussing
energetic space that predated the Big Bang. However, according to wave
theory, there are other alternatives which explain the creation of energetic
All forms of energetic formations and their propagation are comprised of waves that include visible (magnetic) and invisible (energetic) loops. It is solely the proportion between these loops in a wave formation that provides us with the effects that we observe: for example, galaxies; shining and dark rings; the passage of light through slits, which similarly result in dark and bright rings;
the operation and activities of the computer (0+); and every electric activity (-/+) involves two swirls.
These ordinary phenomena show that energetic matter can only appear as a combination of these two alternatives. In other words, the waves are comprised from a superposition of different formation of energetic matter, which depend on the particular phase transition that they happen to be in.
Within a single formation, the visible form transmits photons while the invisible rings do not expel photons. The latter is rigid and preserves its proportional space vis a vis the shinning loop’s energetic activity. It has been observed that parts of the galaxy’s edges naturally transform into this dark space. Namely, one form converts into another. Together these two entities constitute a complete and united formation (quant/wave). This form of quants ranges from the minute to the enormous. In fact, quants can reach the size of the universe.
The proportion between dark and shinning matter only tends to vary between different phase transitions. In young galaxies, the energetic matter is concentrated (below, left), and there is a minimum of dark spaces, while old well-organized galaxies feature a substantial presence of these dark spaces/rings (below, right). Consequently, this indicates that over time shinning matter transforms into invisible dark matter, a processes that considerably increases its area. In other words, dark space is actually an energetic (electric) formation.
The transparent or invisible dark space/matter is comprised of energetic matter, which was released during different phases. Consequently, this indicates that our enormous universe is composed of many different energetic waves that date back to different periods and includes various genes from different formations and times. For example, even human beings disperses energy and his genes into dark space (dark formations) via energetic quants (genes).
According to Maxwell’s Equation, energetic matter propagates from its sequential magnetic and electric intervals:
Perhaps, their behavior can be altered by changing their configurations, which would also cause energetic matter to take on different properties. In a continuous flow of energetic activity, these changes would occur at the same regular intervals. On the oscilometer, the energy appears to flow like wave motions(top picture, below), but in reality it moves in a swirling and spinning manner (intermidiate picture). In wires, electricity uses the electrons as waymarks to guide their movement (final picture).
Matter is not static; it is an electric, perpetually-active, and mobile medium. Every energetic concentration creates wave formations (for example, galaxies), which produce shinning and dark rings. From the picture of the galaxy below, we see that dark and light paths extend out of the hot energetic center of every galaxy. As they reach the galaxy’s periphery, the arms become invisible. Over time, every concentration of energetic space disintegrates into dark space (matter) where it continues its wave-like behavior. This is the life cycle of all energetic swirls. Dark matter thus constitutes one of the steps of the cycle of life (picture, right).
As such, dark matter is essentially the product
of the transformation of visible matter into invisible matter: a metamorphosis
from a hot dense center to diluted, rigid, and transparent formation.
This means that every formation is composed of both visible shinning matter
and invisible dark matter — Schrodinger’s superposition of
one matter. Even Schrodinger himself was not aware of how ingenious his
As we discussed above, released energy disperses into space. Consequently, the energy that is released enlarges the space around its formations (expansion properties). This is exactly what Einstein and Hubble searched for.
It was Planck’s and Einstein’s
dream to formulate a theory that explains the creation and behavior of
small and huge formations alike. Wave theory has thus fulfilled their
coveted dream. Einstein’s and Planck’s seemingly contradictive
ideas are both correct, but they failed to find the method by which to
unify their ideas.
As such, dark energetic matter is a rigid entity that is responsible for the structure of the universe. A distant view of the entire universe would perhaps reveal that it is a natural entity that resembles the swelled disc-like structure of living cell-like formations, since everything is in motion. Moreover, it would show that the universe possesses a highly energetic center and that this huge source of energy is constantly active and is the source of energy that powers our universe’s loop. As is the case with every other wave formation, there must be a complimentary loop formation to our universe. Furthermore, it must be structured as an alpha formation in order to ensure the most stable behavior. In other words, an entire other universe (wave) must exist that compliments our own (site symbol and 2p21).
This wave formation (see wave theory) is present in all phase transitions. All these formations propagate from higher to lower phases via the loss of energy into space. Consequently, the wave’s magnetic properties are enhanced relative to the properties of its energetic (electric) loop (see wave formation). Nevertheless, the magnetic portion also losses energy in different ways (for example, one such route is the explosion of a supernova).
Every wave is composed of ever smaller waves (quarks) until the components ultimately merge with the space in its surrounding area. Space is comprised of both miniscule and enormous wave formations and features proportional energetic and magnetic loops, which subsist on the energetic activity at the core of the magnetic loops (black hole). For example, the heart of every galaxy’s activity is an internal swirl or vortex (a black hole) in which the level of energetic activity determines the galaxy’s size and the amount of surrounding dark space. The shining loop (path) is also proportional to the black hole’s activity in this phase. Energetic matter behaves like a stone that was thrown into water. Consequently, this one highly energetic matter appears in either a shinning or lusterless form (picture). The latter’s transparency misled us into believing that it is empty space. Shinning and dark matter seem to be aligned at a wide perpendicular angle (picture below), but at every point, the energetic and magnetic paths appear as a superposition of the electric and magnetic matter (loops or swirls). However, the magnetic and electric loops each maintain their own proportions and behavior patterns.
Apparently, Schrodinger’s idea of superposition was right. To this day, it is difficult for me to fathom how he arrived at these remarkable conclusions about the ingenious behavior of energetic matter without any empirical examples. Wave theory, however, vindicates Schrodinger’s thoughts in a very simple manner.
According to wave theory, the magnetic portion
is visible, while its energetic part is dim. The galaxy’s formation
is delineated by a halo, which is energetic matter. Similarly, the entire
galaxy is but ONE energetic matter (shrinking energetic space) that is
attempting to return to its previous space. This reverse expansion process
is carried out by different forms of energetic activity. The wave’s
energetic and magnetic loops are in perpetual competition, which accounts
for energetic matter’s beautiful living behavior. This is especially
pronounced in magnetically-concentrated energetic loops. Both the smallest
speck in the universe and the largest mass possess these characteristics.
Every entity — small or large — has pushing and pulling properties
whose exact natures are determined by the particular phase transition
in which the entity currently resides in.
It may be stated that the greater the energetic activity in the center of a galaxy, the larger the energetic loop (dark space) around that galaxy. Oddly enough, the time in the highly energetic loop shrinks with the energetic matter, but correspondingly this high level of energetic activity also expands.
Magnetic stars that lose their energetic matter (loop) have limited levels of energetic dark space and their time is curtailed. Nevertheless they possess huge energetic capacities (storage) because the energetic matter in the magnetic loop is facing inward (see wave theory).
Its energetic formations are also different
from the energetic loop in which energetic matter falls out. This behavior
is indicative of all phase transitions. The best example of this is the
atomic bomb, where huge amounts of energy are stored in neutrons (magnetic
Even in energetic paths energy moves in spinning
and swirling modes, which communicate with other wave formations. The
swirling and spinning behavior of energetic matter is governed by laws
that apply to all formations, both huge and small.
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Dr. Chaim Tejman, Copyright© 2003. All rights reserved.