Friday, June 15, 2007

Cosmologys' Standard Model In Crisis: A Solution Could Be 'Propagating Bubbles'

UPDATED July 22, '07 4:44 AM.

A 'bubble' or 'onion' theory of cosmology.

A continuously expanding series of bubbles (a propagating bubble), each in succession; related to the next, and the one before by a mathematical function - thus creating a linear mathematical quality
(a Higgs field) related to all corresponding points of the wave propagation. IE. sun light - but particular in all wave lengths.

Thus, a quality is discernible in the logic that embodies energy, time, and matter, in the form of a wave that is omnipresent - and that ties quantum functions to galactic scale observations.

These interactions create new fields that will eventually cause the collapse of the universe. Or, in other words, the relationships between all the meshing 'propagating bubbles', is the depository of the missing energy in the standard model.

  • The Pioneer anomaly is a result of the meshing of the solar propagating bubble and the milky ways' galactic one.
  • The irreconcilable measurements we're getting from red shift observations in deep space, are the result of the effects of the meshing of the propagating bubble on some wavelengths, and differently on others.

The theory unifies all forces by conditioning everything by their unique quantum functions as qualities of the propagating field.

Gravity in this model is effected over distance by these forces, thus gravity it is not instantaneous everywhere. We need to uncover a function that describes this to get a true picture of deep space.

Right now it's like we suffer a collective astigmatism. A starting point to understanding the properties that will form the prescription (a mathematical function), is in the interaction of earth, and near earth, fields - like the interface of the oceans and the atmosphere, or the solar wind and the magnetosphere - the fields we know best. We begin by mapping the medium of space, until we can see clearly, that we can then begin to map space itself.

That's it. That's my take.

The reading I did today, gave me the term 'propagating waves' or 'scalar waves' which allowed me to visualize the thing.

Thanks to 'RB' for the 'scalar' link.

Scalar Waves Source

Figure this stuff out, and we get 'hover cars'.



  1. The onion analogy is gong to take me a bit to absorb.

    I have used the analogy of a swingset, swinger, and a pusher since when/where ever I learned it.

    Got the Milo Wolff site bookmarked to get a better grip on the onion.

    Speaking of 'a better grip' I've been doing some digging to do with quaternions. I found a guy, Doug Sweester, who is into animations of quaternions. See his 'see quaternions' link under the first heading 'Math' here:

    Quaternions seem to be the most rigorous method to mathematically model scalar's.

  2. RB, check out this page.

    From your suggestions, I Googled: cosmology swing pusher

  3. Checked out the link,

    Perfect, a joy to read as well.

    I am learning the vernacular and finding my concept are maxwell's equations and the Quaternions field thing at

    I wrote this and pulled it back on my earlier comment...

    The patent at the link might also be a way to measure temporal energy, like spin.

    And 'spin' probably has the same properties as a 'swing'. What the gavity machine measures is the quantum propagation of the swinging steel ball interacting with other quantum propagations (of which there are hundreds proximate).

    The Overview at says much the same thing as I'm trying to express, I think.

  4. Hmmm. wippo link gave me a 404 not found with some text on Apache Tomcat.

    LOL ! Noticed that's a intellectual property business.

  5. Sweetster's link has a lot of stuff to sift through :)

  6. I'm sorry RB, I mangled the address, and the point.

    Doug Sweester's site is perfect, a joy to read.

    I am learning the vernacular and finding my concept isn't different than maxwell's equations and the Quaternions theory at Sweester's site.

    The Overview at the site says much the same thing as I'm trying to express, I think.


  7. Further in at Wolffs site, he has a Java animation
    that has parameters that are selectable - it really fills in the onion analogy ?