From: eric@flesch.org (Eric Flesch)
Subject: HYPATIA [Hyperstar Cosmology]
Date: 1998/10/09
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In the previous three parts of this four-part article I've described
how Hyperstar Cosmology enables a static universal model which
accounts for entropy recycling, gravity, the cosmological redshift,
and the CMBR. In this last part I describe the core essential
participant in this static universe, the hyperstar itself. I have
named the hyperstar "Hypatia", after the 5th century scientist and
mathematician who was martyred for the cause of rational thought.
May the Christian mob who murdered her be rotting in their Hell.
There is a testable prediction made by this model dealing with the
effect of high-redshift quasars on the CMBR. It is at the end.
The image of Hyperstar Cosmology is one where our 4-D space-time
manifold consitutes a surface of the 5-D hyperstar which is an active
busy participant in the dynamics of our universe. Hypatia's surface
(i.e. our universe) is contoured with large masses hovering lower
toward the hyperstar's center. As a matter of fact, Hypatia's surface
is none other than Einstein's gravitational topology, but the
gravitational contours are in fact contours of *rate of time flow*
which is equivalent to gravity under GR. Hypatia's radial dimension
(i.e. hyperradial, i.e. pointed into the fifth dimention) is
manifested in our universe as the property of *scale* which keeps the
other dimensions in their places.
[--- Gee, it's hard to make this stuff comprehensible. I'm posting
this as a public record of progress on this cosmological model. If
you're not particularly interested please stop reading. ---]
The scale dimension is being broadcast by Hypatia and is increasing
geometrically with time. The only effect that our universe can see
from this change is that the time quanta stretch, doubling every
approx 6*10^9 years, which is the time to reach the redshift=50% (z=1)
universe. The only way to see the change is by comparing time flow
rates at different points in time. Second-to-second changes manifest
as gravity (as both spatial and temporal scales expand, prompting a
hyperradial inertial force), while the long-term difference is seen as
the cosmological redshift as C comparatively speeds up with the
broader time quanta.
The crucial aspect of this picture is that Hypatia is (to us)
surrounded by *shells of time*, progressively stretching the time
quanta the closer you move (hyperradially) to Hypatia. This
logarithmically increases to Hypatia's core, where time slows to zero
as time quanta stretch out indefinitely. Thus it is event-rate
(reverse-time) which speeds up with propinquity to Hypatia, and time
stops at the core. I see in a previous posting I said that time
moved more slowly in previous aeons. To be standard, time moved
faster then and the reason it looks slow now is because we are seeing
it through our slower-time glasses. The problem is that traditional
notions of time are turned upside-down in this cosmology, and we see
that "scale" is akin to a truer measure of inverse-time (1/t) which is
speeding up. I am still reconciling myself to this new way of looking
at time.
Getting back to business, as Hypatia broadcasts the shells of
increasing scale, these shells moving hyperradially outwards push mass
inertially. However mass resists this force inertially. The greater
the mass the greater the resistance. Large masses are thus positioned
closer to Hypatia's core where time moves slower. Smaller masses are
pushed outwards and space without mass has no particular hyperradial
position. This is exactly Einstein's GR gravitational manifold, now
revealed to have a temporal and physical basis.
Thus, here is the physical model of entropy recycling as seen by
Hypatia. Mass collects into black holes (entropy=100%). At the
center of black holes time-flow slows to essentially nothing, so these
black-hole centers actually drain their matter far into Hypatia's
core. This drained matter is now free of the black hole's
gravitational influence and is pushed back upwards (hyperradially) by
Hypatia's broadcasts -- the matter bobs back up to our universe. We
see the matter re-entering our universe from Hypatia's core, which is
a region of slow time-flow. So black holes drop the matter into the
region of slow time-flow, and from there the matter re-emerges as
time-dilated redshifted quasars gushing out free material
(entropy=0%). Note that Halton Arp's conclusive demonstration of
quasars as bodies ejected from active galaxies is honored here (read
the book "Seeing Red" ya bastids) as these galaxies will have large
black holes at their centers and the quasars first emerge near their
source and spiral away as the matter-channels dynamically stretch
beneath our universe, in Hypatia's realm.
Note the CMBR which is ghostly energy radiated into our universe
caused by the interaction of matter with Hypatia's stretching of the
dimension of scale -- sort of a frictional byproduct. Thus the CMBR
is being broadcast into our universe from everywhere, both near and
far. The rubbing will be less, however, in regions of re-emerging
redshifted matter. Thus this model **predicts that all redshifted
quasars will be regions of decreased CMBR radiation**, the greater the
redshift, the less CMBR radiation will be found. This is one
prediction that this model lives and dies by, and is testable with
today's technology.
This then is the picture of the hyperstar HYPATIA which is the steward
of our universe. There's a lot of work to do to make this picture
complete. But it's getting there. Mathematical rigor is needed.
It'll take me a long time to work everything out as I am working in
engineering, not science. If you are a professional scientist
interested in this model and would like to handle the calculations,
contact me.
Thanks for reading.
Eric Flesch
Nelson, New Zealand
9 October 1998