Made of Atomic Size Stars in a Clumpy Firework Universe

by Eugene Savov, Author of the Theory of Interaction


What you see depends on what you are looking through in other words on the tools used to collect information from reality. For example, you see the cosmos through a telescope and the cells of your tissue though a microscope. Similarly, what you understand (see) depends in the basic objects (tools) used in your mind in the process of thinking. These basic objects define the scope of seeing (understanding). Hence the understanding of nature is a matter of discovery of the basic objects that correspond to its underlying structure that creates what we see. The understanding of everything begins with the discovery of the universe beginning and unfolding. Therefore cosmology is the most important basic field of research.

The discoveries of normal galaxies, strings of galaxies and heavy elements in the far distant universe [1-7] suggest that these space objects have to be older than what the big bang universe can allow for their creation. In this way the big bang universe enters its current age crisis [8], which will require some new assumptions to mend the edifice of this complex theory. The basic principle of parsimony, known as Occam’s razor, says not to do with more, e.g. with more assumptions, what can be done with less [9]. The advance of science shows that nature prefers simplicity and the simple explanations are hard to find because nature complicates in our perceptions [10]. The big bang theory offered a simpler explanation for the cosmic microwave background radiation as a thermal radiation left after the big bang and thus sent the rival steady-state theory of the universe into oblivion. The theory of interaction offers a simpler explanation for the puzzling clumpy structure of the universe and the structure of the cosmic microwave background [10].

The accessible universe is like a cloud of galaxies that moves around its source like an atmospheric cloud that drifts around the center of its planet [10]. Our Galaxy is like a huge atom whose nucleus is orbited by much smaller ones seen as stars. Similarly, the electrons move around the nucleus of their atom. The solar system also resembles an atom with the Sun taking the role of nucleus and planets rotating around it. The universe is like a hyper huge atom whose nucleus, the center of Eugene Savov’s “firework universe”, ejected the nuclei of the smaller atomic like structures that similarly did the same [10]. So a universe made of multiscale nuclei, i.e. cores of 3D-spirally contracting and expanding sources of interaction, is created [10]. The huge nuclei eject smaller ones that do the same. Thus the underlying structure unfolds in something like universal turbulence that accounts in the simplest way for what we see. In this way a universe made of multiscale nuclei is created. So the “firework universe” had a sudden lumpy beginning, which is consistent with the big bang burying discoveries of normal galaxies at the outskirts of the observable universe. Savov’s universe also accounts for the mysterious dark matter, which is found to be created from huge 3D-spiral swirls of basic matter that drive around the smaller ones. The universe is made of 3D-spiral swirls of basic matter that create smaller ones in their structure rather than from seen as elementary particles, born from mysterious matter-antimatter asymmetry in even more uncertain big bang universe beginning [10]. We see only the inner parts of the 3D-spiral swirls of basic matter because they move faster and so become denser and visible to us [10].

The just born “firework universe” looked as made of bright blue stars – the smaller ones moving around the larger ones [10]. The cooling of this universe created the cosmic microwave background radiation and its structure. The smaller stars cooled and created the planets and their planetary like moons. The extinction of the expansion of the 3D-spiral swirls, seen as stars and planets leads to a mighty 3D-spiral contraction of the “basic matter” that creates supernova type events [10]. The atoms are like very small stars. Eugene Savov’s theory of interaction shows that we are not made of stardust as the big bang theory claims.

We are made of atomic size stars, born from the innermost core of the Earth [10]. The planet we walk on is a cooled small star [10]. We came to being on the surface of a cooled small star or in other words we live on a surface of a huge nucleus called Earth. The universe is made of multiscale nuclei. Each ejects smaller ones and sets them in motion around itself with its outer 3D-spiral structure. The code of nature is 3D-spiral and it is in every speck of it [10]. The fabric of reality unfolds from large 3D-spiral chunks to smaller ones that interact and build every structure at every scale [10]. This description of nature is much more simpler and elucidating than that proposed by the big bang born elementary particles and the great puzzles associated with them [10]. The found 3D-spiral building blocks of reality unfold to smaller ones to create what we see as galaxies, stars, planets, atoms, light and elementary particles.

We are living on a crest of a wave seen as the planet Earth that rolls in what appears to be cosmic turbulence in which energy is transferred toward the smaller scales. Have you ever seen elementary particles born from nothing? Everything comes from the structure of something larger. The elementary particles come from vibrating atomic nuclei. The latter are born from the discovered nuclei of stars and planets that were similarly ejected from the nuclei of their galaxies and so on – all were similarly ejected from the contracting and expanding hyper huge nucleus that creates center of the universe. The 3D-spiral contractions and expansions of this center make it always finite and so existing. This is how the universe works in agreement with many poorly understood observations and the principle of parsimony [10].

There is universal similarity in nature arising from its discovered 3D-spiral underlying structure. The universe is made of contracting and expanding, vibrating 3D-spiral swirls of basic matter that depending on their size create what we see as galaxies, stars, planets, planetary like moons, atoms, electrons, elementary particles, light, space and time. The 3D-spiral contractions and expansions of the largest swirl, the source of the universe, make it always finite in one revealed complete picture of creation. Every body and similarly the universe as a whole come from and later end on their discovered finite source. For example a form of life comes from and latter ends on the Earth’s surface. The all-building interaction is governed by scale independent laws that arise from the discovered 3D-spiral fractal like fabric of reality [10].

Nature has a 3D-spiral code, which is in each of its bits like the DNA double spiral is in each cell of life [10]. The properties of the discovered all-building 3D-spiral structure of nature are described in the theory of interaction [10]. This structure shows that clumpiness is a basic trait of existence, which can be observed since the first moments of the universe beginning. The fundamental nature of lumpiness is well in agreement with the puzzling discoveries of galaxies and heavy elements at the fringes of the observable universe [10]. The Hubble Ultra Deep Field and other similar findings [4, 11] and “the swirling flow of gas hovering just a few miles from the surface” of what is considered to be a neutron star [12] are just some new confirmations of the “firework universe”. The 3D-spiral nucleus of the star remains after annihilation of its atomic shell during supernova explosion. This nucleus has to be very massive and dense, made of predominantly inward 3D-spiral swirl of basic matter [10]. Thus it will display properties that are usually explained as a neutron star.

We are living in the outer atomic shell that is on the surface of a huge nucleus that is in the center of the Earth. This nucleus gave birth to the atoms that build us in the moment of Earth’s creation as it was similarly ejected from the center of the sun that was ejected from the center of the Galaxy. The galactic nucleus was similarly ejected from even much larger one, seen as the Great Attractor. In this way all came from nucleus of the universe as it contracts and expands thus remaining always finite. The theory of interaction shows how the current understanding of nature can be simply derived from a new basic framework, considered at the scales of observation [10]. Thus the theory of interaction expands the understanding of nature up to the discovered frames of existence.

It is the fitting between the finite (discrete) scales of observation to the finite (discrete) scales of reality that creates the observed continuity at human and cosmic scales and the observed quantum properties of the micro world. The discovered unifying interaction remains qualitatively the same at all-scales. So the revealed “firework universe”, made of huge atomic like 3D-spiral structures, will act like a crystal to electromagnetic waves in accordance with the puzzling observations [13, 14] that show unexplained anisotropy in electromagnetic propagation across the universe. A universe made of huge atoms behaves like a crystal made of much smaller ones. The objects show similar behaviors at their own scales and thus indicate their self-similar, fractal like, 3D-spiral underlying structure [10]. You can disprove the theory of interaction or equivalently you can invalidate the discovered 3D-spiral code of nature simply by showing a large-scale structure that is made only of smaller ones. For example, you should discover a great wall or string made of galaxies which all have no galactic nuclei. Why the galactic nuclei are so common in the universe? Simply because they are the sources of the stars. The ejection of stars from the galactic nuclei makes them active. The unfolding of the huge 3D-spiral swirl of basic matter associated with the galactic nucleus makes the stars move around it in a way that accounts for the observed shapes of the galaxies.

The discovered universe unfolding is a key to the understanding of life, mind, the cause of cancer and the other health problems. The real understanding stems from proper understanding of the universe. This qualitatively knew knowledge is the long sought truth that will set us free by improving all aspects of life [10].

The proper knowledge is an essential ingredient of the quality of life.



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Theory of Interaction the Simplest Explanation of Everything

by Eugene Savov

Book Description
The proposed, third for the last one hundred years, picture of the universe lacks the basic flaws of the big bang theory and explains many puzzling observations in the near and distant space. A small part of the book requires a space physics background, while most of it is written in a highly explanatory, sometimes entertaining, language. This makes the presented ideas and findings accessible to non-scientists and scientists of all persuasions. It is shown that complexity originates in the observer's mind from the discovered amazingly simple structure of reality. The book asks too many questions, gives answers, tells attractive puzzles and extraordinary predictions. Everybody interested in the origin of the universe, life and mind will be deeply thrilled by the disclosed counterintuitive simplicity of nature. The simplicity of explanation can be challenged only with a greater simplicity because of the principle of economy, which is a basic tool in science, technology and engineering. This principle says that it is a vanity to do with more what can be done with less. Nothing is simpler than one self-reproducing interaction, whose multiscale similar outcomes account for everything. The author discovered this spirally contracting and expanding interaction and the consequent fireworks like universe beginning in 1991. The book brings to light his surprising findings and their confirmation by considerations and too many observations. It is well known that nothing is more practical than a good theory. So the improvement of the quality of life depends on the advance of knowledge. The revealed firework universe rocks with its stunning self-consistence as it lucidly explains the perplexing matter-antimatter asymmetry, the normal galaxies at the fringes of the observable universe, the creation of galaxies, stars and planets, the origin of life, consciousness and many other enigmatic phenomena.

Copyright 2004 by Eugene Savov.
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