Stellar Stories, Part 6

There is a body of research which sidesteps the Big Bang, supposing a completely separate form of universal origin. Working within the parameters of Einstein’s general relativity, this cosmological model envisions a bounded, finite universe approximately 50 times smaller in size than its current diameter. Initially, the universe would have consisted of only two components: empty space and pure water. With all the fundamental forces of nature in place and functional at the moment of inception, the water in this primal universe would have existed as a massive hydrological superstructure of normal temperature and density at least two light years in diameter! That body of water contained all the material that would come to exist in the universe.

Immediately following its foundation, the immense density of this sphere – rotating slowly in empty space – would have been great enough to force the fabric of space to contort around it, forming a massive black hole. The event horizon (the furthest boundary of the phenomenon) of that black hole would have fallen some 500 million light-years away from the centralized body of water. Huge gravitational forces – more than a million trillion “g”s – immediately compressed the superstructure inward faster than the speed of light, rapidly generating incredibly high temperatures, pressures, and densities. Within the interior of the superstructure, the hydrogen and oxygen atoms of the water molecules were torn asunder, breaking them down into their elementary particles. Molecules disassociated into atoms, atoms split into particles, and particles shattered into their constituent quarks and gluons!

The conditions of this collapse would have been sufficient to initiate thermonuclear fusion, producing not only intense flashes of light in a previously dark universe but also, by way of nucleosynthesis, generating a range of new, heavier atomic nuclei in the process. As such, from what was initially simply water was born a range of other elements, including silicon, iron, carbon, etc. The light birthed from these rapid reactions would have briefly shown within the great watery sphere, breaching the surface and illuminating it like a star all across its hot surface.

As the compression of the hydrological sphere (now effectively an exotic plasma) continued, the intrinsic gravity of that mass becomes so great that the light generated from nucleosynthesis could no longer overcome its grasp, and darkness returned to the nascent universe. Massive gravitational fields continued to drive compression and the rotation speed of the superstructure increased.

At this point, due to outside forces, the immaterial fabric of space begins to stretch outward in all directions, increasing what is known as the “cosmological constant.” As with the initial gravitational collapse, the speed of this expansion is not governed by the speed of light, and thus occurs far more rapidly than one would anticipate physically possible. Immediately, under the strain of the new conditions, the initial black hole transformed into a white hole. Whereas black holes consume matter and energy, in the process increasing the radius of their event horizons, white holes instead eject matter and energy that resides within it, ultimately decreasing the size of its event horizon, shrinking into ultimate nonexistence. 

  • Black Hole = Take in matter, growing bigger & stronger
  • White Hole = Eject matter, shrinking until they no longer exist

Thus as the fabric of space pioneered outward, the initial compression of the watery superstructure ceased and changed course, expanding outward instead. Driven by the outgoing momentum of the white hole’s nature, a massive portion of the superstructure tore away from its deepest, centralized region. A substantial tidal wave of this material (light years in diameter) shot outwards spherically, thinning and cooling as its surface area increased. Behind this wall of water, portions trailed and detached in the space between the outer region and the core of the hydrological superstructure, forming density-locked clouds and gaseous nebulae.

As hot as it all was during this rapid period of contraction and expansion, the spreading out of the spatial fabric forced wavelengths of thermal electromagnetic radiation to become relativistically stretched across the heavens, naturally cooling the pioneering wall of water and the great drifting plasma seas behind it. Furthermore, this stretching of wavelengths, so the model claims, in time would be observable as the cosmic microwave background radiation. 

There, amidst the cool nebulae, countless regions of gravitational densities begin assembling the drifting seas of hydrogen, helium, and other atoms (as formed by the initial nucleosynthesis processes) into irregular bodies. At some point in time, the waters at the furthest edge of space approached and ultimately transcended the event horizon of the white hole, in doing so proportionally shrinking it. At that time only vast clouds of hydrogen, helium, and other elements filled the expanding universe, but that material would soon populate it with a myriad planets, stars, and galaxies. In doing so, the whole universe thus would have experienced a period of timelessness, until the continued stretching of spatial fabric alleviated this condition and set everything at once on the same timeline.

– This was an excerpt fromRemnants of Eden: Evolution, Deep-Time, & the Antediluvian World.” Get your copy here today. God bless! –

 


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