2. Fission is
Exothermic and Fusion is endothermic
stars found in the universe over 13.9 billion years old
can exist with this conservation of energy. Gravity
is a non exhaustible energy source and the central
nuclear portion has a half-life. This half-life is
even renewable through isotopes and fusion. Even a
star like our sun would exhaust itself of consumable
material in its 5 billion years if it was not for
the fact that hydrogen is produced in the revolving
process. The most massive object in a forming solar
system becomes the center object and eventually a
star. This center object collects much of the
heaviest objects including iron and the nuclear
materials. This new impact heated liquid core allows
the heavier elements to go to the center. This
central nuclear core then increases its temperature,
reactions and magnetic field. Hydrogen the most
abundant element available is also collected and
being the lightest remains on the surface. This new
central object has an abundance of material
available to it during formation. In the beginning
the central object collects the most materials. Some
of the outer objects some that become planets
collect much of this material through collisions
sometimes with each other. Much of the material to
the Kuiper Belt area is deposited in the sun and the
multitude of planets. The many objects without the
proper mass or speed to maintain an orbit around the
object at the core are lost or combine with others.
This core then has a magnetic field that tends to
align the other objects with magnetic field on a
plane. Those without this field and maintain
irregular orbits wind up on a collision course or
leave the system.
The sun is now calculated with a mass density of 1.43 (g/cm3)
because it calculated as 92% hydrogen with the hydrogen as a
consumable instead of a recycling resource. The sun needs to be
recalculated with a mass greater than 3 (g/cm3) because it is not
just the gigantic suns that have these heavy elements as presently
considered but all suns have these elemental parts. It is what
ignites a sun for their beginning. The 4 gas giants also get twice
their present mass because of their solid cores.
3. The Kuiper Belt and Oort cloud needs to be calculated with
45% of the mass of our solar system and since we are giving the sun
4 times its presently calculated mass, that means the solar system
has about 5 times its present calculated mass. See the pictures this
below. These pictures illustrate just how small our inner planetary
system is and how big the Kuiper belt is out to 12 billion miles and
with the Oort Cloud extending past the 100 billion mile range. Pluto
and many trillions of other objects some larger than Pluto are
revolving in this area. This area is 97% of the area of our suns
influence. In other words Neptune inbound is just 3% of the area
under the influence of our suns immediate control and solar wind.
4. Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune
have solid cores. Jupiter Saturn and Uranus cores
are still very nuclear and molten. Neptune's core is
cooler and more solid but still has enough nuclear
activity keep a portion of the core liquid for a
minimum of magnetic field to hold its atmosphere.
Most of the atmosphere is a very cold liquid or
frozen which helps maintain it on the planet. It is
also about 3 billion miles from the sun so the solar
winds have less effect. These planets have a density
of 2.1 to 2.3 (g/cm3) not the presently attributed
1.33 (g/cm3) for Jupiter, 0.69 (g/cm3) for Saturn,
1.29 (g/cm3) for Uranus and 1.69 (g/cm3) for
5. The Kuiper Belt has enough mass and is close enough
to these planets that this mass should be used in calculating
gravitational influences on these planets for their orbits. For
instance Neptune 3 billion miles from the sun and next to the Kuiper
Belt. Just look at the size of the Kuiper belt and the humongous
This is an excerpt from the Home summary page about some of the other mass
in our universe that further explains our mass is sufficient without "Black
Matter" in our universe. Our 13.7 billion year old big bang is just one of many
such systems. Some of the stars that are older than 13.7 billion year old
universe and are unexplainable in our present thinking are explainable by their
coming in as strays from one of the many other big bang cycles. Most of the
other big bang cycles that contribute and affect our system epicenter are
billions of years older than ours so their galaxy consumed black holes are what
is left and they are inbound toward the gravitational center of our big bang.
Many of these GBH black holes are now within our system but the majority are
incoming but still outside our 13.7 billion year old system. The gravitational
pull from these objects is causing our universe to expand ever faster toward
them. These objects are far enough away that visible light would not have
reached them however gravity is affecting them. The affects of gravity takes
place between these objects moving towards each other even if these objects are
far enough apart that light would not have had to travel between them. Therefore
gravity between two objects will allow them to affect each other even if their
distances are greater than energy moving at the speed of light would allow them
to affect each other. Therefore the affects of gravity take place faster than
the speed of light.
Never have understood why gravity is considered one of
the weakest of the forces because it never retires and has no half life.
Gravity is the only energy that has no mass and is not convertible to mass
and therefore is not bound by the speed of light.
4. Now we almost have an excess of existing matter that is
Here is a Quick Summary
1. Our Big Bang less than 15 billion years old is now expanding faster than the rate it was meant to,
from the Big Bang explosion and effected by the gravity of the mass of billions of stars. This is affected by two things.
A. The gravitational pull in this big bang is becoming less forceful allowing other influences to have more of an effect.
If it just had the gravity from this Big Bang then in time (Billions of years) the expansion force from this big bang would allow
the gravity of the rest of the material of this big bang to slow it down and eventually allow it to
stop and come into the center again and become another big bang. It is not slowing down it is speeding up, therefore this is not happening.
B. The other influences are the gravities from other big bangs that are influencing the expansion of the outer portion of this big bang.
The expansion force of this Big Bangs original explosion was the original force causing this expansion. The gravity of the Mass of this big bang is what would reduce this expansion rate.
Since this expansion is not reducing but increasing it proves this Big Bangs gravity is being influenced by the gravities of other big bangs.
For instance if we are surrounded by more than hundreds of other big Bangs whose mass is hundreds of times ours the influence of gravity of this great mass has an influence on us.
It is true that the distances are enormous but their mass is also enormous enough to influence us. Gravity is one force that does not have an influence boundary. Its ability to affect something else is endless.
2. Stars that are older than our big bang that are moving in through our big bang are explained by being here because of our gravity accelerating them from another big bang. A star that has an Oort cloud of great size like ours,
shown on the next page, can have that mass feed the sun in the center for many billions of years and therefore it can come here from another Big Bang. The question of the mass after a Big Bang taking many millions of years to form the first suns
is overcome and answered by these suns rapidly entering this mass and creating other suns in much less time.
3. Black Holes are created when enough mass comes together to form a mass equaling the mass of many suns. This great masses gravity
then compresses this matter so much that its mass is many ten times greater than that of a sun but it can be much less in size. Its mass is so great that even light can be consumed affected by its gravity so that even light behind it cannot pass through it
or by it.
Light from a star a great distance behind it when they pass by a black hole the light is influenced toward the black hole when it passes
it does not go in a straight line as they pass.
4. When billions of Black Holes come together their gravity becomes so great that that their mass becomes small enough that electron movement is stopped and the positive and negative particles in the center of this enormous Black Hole
cannot move so that it causes a Big Bang explosion.
As it explodes in the center it compresses the material around it to cause the center explosion to increase
the compression around it and the Big Bang expands through the entire enormous Black Hole to cause the
external Big Bang.
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