22
Mar
13

Evolution of the Wave-based Universe (Part 1)

I’d like to start a series of posts hypothesizing how the larger Universe would evolve under the fundamental rules of Cascading Essence Cosmology. This is going to be a very broad modeling, where objects like galaxies are treated as basic components and not examined internally.

When I use the term “larger Universe”, I mean the entire collection of essence in the Space super-state, which includes the Observable Universe (those parts of the larger Universe we can currently see from our Earth-based location) and the Non-observable Universe (those parts of the larger Universe that may emit/reflect EMR but are beyond the physical limits of what can be detected by us currently). For the rest of this exploration, “Universe” on its own will mean “larger Universe”.

In an earlier post, I discussed how – given the fact that cascades are timed, probabilistic, and proportionate – collections of essential elements move through the seven essence states in waves. These individual waves are started by large numbers of essential elements with 100% of their distributions in the S7 state all starting the cascading process simultaneously. The essence in each of these elements then cascades through the other states (S6, …, S1) in unique series of distributions, but the averaged out effect across the entire Universe is smoothed into the shape of an undulating wave. Once essence moves into the Space states (S2, S1), it expresses as the material stuff of physical, 3D space.

One thing I want you to keep clear in this overall discussion of the evolution of the Universe is that the exact formulas that describe the cascading of essence (and thereby drive the “system” that is the Universe) are not yet known. While I am hypothesizing that the cascade process is proportional, I do not yet know exactly what that proportion is. While it is timed, I do not know the formula behind the exact timings. While it is probabilistic, I do not know the precise odds. Changing any one of these characteristics would have a profound effect on how the Universe evolves. For now, I am going to focus on the general outcomes I think are supported by observations – these very observations should eventually help me come up with possible formulas and constants to describe the process. I know it sounds like a somewhat circuitous path, but please bear with me.

So, the primary question for today’s post is how did our wave-based Universe first express itself in Space? How did it all begin?

[Warning - math ahead...I'll try to keep the numbers to the absolute minimum necessary to describe the processes.]

In the beginning, all essential elements in the Universe had 100% of their essence expressed in S7 – that is, they were all identical in distribution. (We’ll denote that starting distribution over the seven states as [100,0,0,0,0,0,0].) When the very first cascade event occurred (which we can use to mark the beginning of time), a percentage of all elements (let’s say 50%) underwent an actual cascade of a fixed proportion (let’s say .3) of their essence from S7 to S6, creating a new distribution of [.7,.3,0,0,0,0,0].

At the next cascade event, only those elements that are in a [.7,.3,0,0,0,0,0] distribution are involved. Since the probability of a cascade happening from one state to another depends on the amount of essence in the higher state, let’s say only 15% (30% of 50%) of the [.7,.3,0,0,0,0,0] elements would undergo a cascade (at .3 proportion) of essence from S6 to S5. These elements, now 7.5% (50% * 15%) of the total elements in the Universe, could look one of two ways:

  • [.70,.21,.09,0,0,0,0] – (no cascade occurs from S7 to S6 as well – 85%)
  • [.49,.42,.09,0,0,0,0] – (cascade occurs from S7 to S6 as well – 15%)

However, regardless of the two different distributions, 7.5% of the total elements in the Universe have 9% of their essence in S5. These are the only elements in the Universe with any essence in S5 at that moment. Of that 7.5% of elements, only 15% are in the latter distribution which, because the have less essence in S7, will cascade next in time. So, let’s examine that 1.125% (7.5% * 15%) of elements.

The next cascade event will similarly cascade the [.49,.42,.09,0,0,0,0] elements into several possible forms that include a cascade from S5 to S4, their overall distributions depending on whether cascades also happen in each of the higher states (S6 and S7). Following the previous logic, all the elements where a cascade from S5 to S4 occurs will have .027 (.09 * .3) of their essence in S4. However, only a small proportion of those elements with essence in S4 will have the minimal amount of essence left in S7 (.49 * .7 = .343) as well – of the form of [.343,?,?,.027,0,0,0].

Moving to the next cascade, we have up with an even smaller number of elements having a cascade between S4 and S3, ending up with the next cascading form of [.2401,?,?,?,.0081,0,0].

Finally, in the very next cascade, an even smaller number of elements cascade between S3 and S2, ending up one of the two general forms:

  • [.2401,?,?,?,?,.00243,0]
  • [.16807,?,?,?,?,.00243,0]

At that point in time, the Universe began to be expressed in Space. Before then, while likely millions (if not billions) of years had passed, there were no elements with essence in S2 and/or S1 – which is the requirement for essence to be expressed in Space. Even though the total number of essential elements that cascaded to S2 at that moment was a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of all elements, it is still a massive amount. There are approximately 100 billion (1011) galaxies in the Observable Universe alone, so even if only one element in a million was involved in that beginning expression in Space, that would equal the essence in 100,000 observable galaxies. Since I believe that the Observable Universe is only one of many such Wave 2 objects swimming in a larger sea of Wave 1 essence, this initial cascade into expression in Space was likely of more essence than the Observable Universe in total!

It was proposed in an earlier post that the size that any individual essential element has when expressed in Space is dependent on the amount and proportion of essence in its S2 and S1 states. The more S2 (compared to S1), the larger the size of an element – which leads to the conclusion that all these countless elements newly expressed in Space would have been very large (relatively speaking) and identical in size (since they all have [S2=.00243, S1=0]). However, they would still have been of two distinct classes of distribution (~88% at [.2401,?,?,?,?,.00243,0] and ~12% at [.16807,?,?,?,?,.00243,0]).

I believe that these countless essential elements of identical size, but somewhat different distributions would have been expressed in space simultaneously, and in random arrangement.

I’m going to start using 2D figures to represent a simplified version of what is really a 3D model. These figures are going to focus primarily on what is the size/density of elements in Space and how they would gather together through cohesion. So, at this initial moment of Space-based expression, the density map of Universe would look like the following.

Wave1-1

The initial Space-based expression of the Universe. All expressed elements of the same size/density – but of two distinct classes of distribution.

Pretty simple, huh? Trust me, it gets a lot more complex, pretty quickly.

In the next post, I’ll explain how the Universe evolves over the next couple of cascades of essence into the Space states.


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