The Element’s Surprise: The Family History of Elements

IF THE GENERAL POSTULATE OF PHOTOSPHERIC transition can be considered true, we can move on to the forming of the offspring universe. First the hole breaks up upon the breaking of the ancestron, splintering the flavors of quarks and allowing them to fall into general assemblage. Another peculiarity about this is that, if it takes the inverse speed of light squared to open a hole between one photosphere and another, then it must follow that space itself has physical constituents. I’ve dubbed these particles holdons, as they are meant to keep self contained universes apart from one another, though they always fail giving the autonomy of photospheric replication…

I first chanced across the idea of photospheric replication when studying the germ-line replicator and how it travels through the generations in biological organisms; the body, from this point of view, was a replicator vessel. And, seeing as how biology was my strong suit and physics was a curiosity, I later began to think of the autonomy of replication in propagative universes in the same manner as I thought of the propagation of ‘daughter units’ in the transference of biological replication. I saw no need, nor came upon prohibition, to look at the propagation of new universes in this manner.

Evolution was an idea a long time before Darwin conceptualized a testable hypothesis that would become the accepted standard in evolutionary biology: evolution by natural selection (or favored races in the struggle for existence) and I began to look at astrophysics in this manner. The early universe certainly evolved, as particles having descended into this created photosphere began to clump together, and, seeing as how hydrogen is the most common of all elements, it stands to reason that any other element would preexist it in the rearrangement of matter in the newly formed photosphere. The particles and quantum information having been transferred from Parallax (the universe that seeded ours) begin to take on a property called the law of rearrangement as space begins to reorder itself, as holdons come together to seal the bridge between the two photospheres. If we were to regress, we could go all the way back to the first photosphere, and it’s quite a task to conceptualize what it would be like before any sense of time mattered. The infinite regress I believe ends with energy, energy in a self-contained continuum called the omnisphere, a dimensionless realm in which photospheres, without boundary but finite, propagate amongst one another by tunnels made in their genesis.

The original fluctuation of energy into our continuum can be conjectured, but, I doubt, ever satisfied in terms of a testable hypothesis. I’d add my own as I believe that waves of energy, obeying of course the law of conservation of momentum, began to reach the light barrier and, once it did, the pure energy of the omnisphere fluctuated into the endless variations of the photosphere, as well as having the first electron with an event mass constant in space. This is speculation and, as I’ve said, the infinite regress ends with energy. For if God is made of anything, it is of energy, even if not atoms, so to find an impetus to energy can be the holy grail for the next generation of scientists.

Returning to the general postulate of photospheric replication, let us return to the planck seconds of the early universe when all is congealed, still passing through. Subatomic particles are being regurgitated into our universe as matter is broken down into constituent parts, filling a universe of quantum building blocks later to be assembled, filling a formerly non-existent spatial extension with the building blocks of atoms, molecules and elements.

This adds four more dimensions to our particular photospheric structure. It is within these moments that the particles, formerly having constituted the ancestron, begin to accrue and reassemble. In these early moments, different variation of the ancestron particle descend into the various subatomic particles that we’re aware of.

It is the ancestron particle that is the theoretical higgs boson and it acquires mass by the breaking of the inverse speed of light squared, giving it an event mass probability and a position in linear time. Having broken in the transition, these early moments are moments of transformative potentiality; and, inversely, one star dissolves and opens a hole in which a four-dimensional universe is the daughter universe in newly created space.

To speculate on the acquisition of mass takes us to the pre-time before the impetus of the big bang which led to the universe we now inhabit. I know I’ve touched on this before in other segments, but I think this is due some gentle consideration. In that transformative moment, the superattractive graviton exists as a particle with no mass; when photons and quanta from other elements being pulled into the black hole (not least of all is space itself), the non-event mass graviton remains inverse to our universe and only attains mass and a forward direction in time when the inverse speed of light is broken, which allows for the graviton (or higgs boson) to acquire mass and an event mass probability in our temporal procession.

In the transformative moment, the ancestron and its attainment of mass is best understood in mechanical means. Having collapsed, and then reopened, the acquisition of mass takes place when the inverse singularity accumulates mass and is assigned an event mass probability and a direction in temporal position. The mechanics of this are relatively simple.

A particle made of constituent parts of different subatomic particles, is broken when space is torn. The recycled subatomic particles begin to accrue in groups, quarks being the descendant of the ancestron particle; this is intended to give a sense of frame of time so immensely small that five hundred thousand million million planck seconds have passed since I began this paper. The events described in the mechanics of the photospheric transition are the physical elements of the supposition. The angular momentum created by the vortex becomes a rigid structure that gives the spiral galaxies their shape.

The law of rearrangement begins with the assumption that entangled particles, despite photospheric transition, remain entangled and what holds them entangled doesn’t have a position in four-dimensional space. It is therefore an invisible ghost that binds particles together at great distances. As a redress, would an entangled particle in the inverse photosphere remain entangled with a particle having been emitted into a newly formed photosphere? And, if this is true, is there communication between our galaxy and the galaxy that preceded us? That’s a question I’ll leave for a later time.

If this is true, then relativity fails in its postulate that nothing is faster than the speed of light–communication between entangled particles are at least 10,000x the speed of light. And it is with entangled particles that dissolves another limitation of a different age. Entangled particles are so described because when one is perturbed the other instantly correlates a response. This correlation allows for the measurement problem to be resolved.

If two entangled electrons are released and then sent in different directions toward photoreceptor plates you could before hand know the rate at which the entangled electron would perturb the photoreceptor and, by its reception giving the electron a predictable position. The velocity can be derived in the time it takes for an electron, once entangled, to activate a photoreceptor plate.

After numerous experiments it should be a matter of no great difficulty to predict the velocity and position of the particle before they are sent in opposite directions. The time it takes for an entangled electron to activate a photoreceptor can be calculated, giving its velocity derived from measuring the time of emission and becomes a nullification of the uncertainty principle, as velocity and position can, by this method, be calculated simultaneously.

On the matter of atomic potentiation, it is informative to look at other models of arrangement, specifically that of stem cells and their method of adapting and becoming other cells. As stem cells are the body’s raw materials, the neutron is the unpotentiated ‘raw’ material of matter without specialized function until its potentiation. It works in the manner that raw neutrons, in differentiation, assume a more specific function and becomes potentiated by the interaction between a potentiated neutron and a raw neutron. The difference between a potentiated neutron and its arrangement in an element is analogous to the relationship between embryonic stem cells, which from embryos (which, at that stage, is called a blastocyst) and these are called pluripotent stem cells. This means they can divide into more stem cells and become any type of cell in the body. This potentiation process can explain the assemblage of matter. Pluripotent particles can divide into more particles and become any type of molecule in an element. This versatility allows for the creation and multiplication of molecules such as h20, carbon, and the heavier elements (which are formed by fusion from the death of the largest stars.)

This is the law of rearrangement and the origin of particles, their method of potentiation, and duplication.


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Brandon K. Nobles

Brandon is an author, poet and head writer for Sir Swag on YouTube. With 630k subscribers. Since February 2021 he has written for the most important and popular series, News Without the Bulls%!t and the least popular work on the channel, History Abridged. Brandon joined the channel in late January, since then his work has been featured every month in News and History. His novels and works of fiction have also been well received, and he continues to be a proficient and professional chess player. In his spare time he like to catch up on work.

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