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CST – Cosmologic Spatial Theory

 

2 – THE PREMISES

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The entire ‘Cosmological Spatial Theory’ is based upon the following five premises:

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1 – All movement requires Space, and all Space consolidates with movement.


2 – Matter and Energy are products derived from Space, and differ from one another by the associated movement density.


3 – Matter’s stability is relative to the momentary absence of Space in the movement of the atomic components; spatial vacuum.


Time exists only in the Mental Space, and its periodicity is conversely proportional to the observer’s mental processing speed.


5 – Everything that exists in the Universe we can perceive is a result of the transformation of the imaginary Space into real Space and vice versa, through a mutational point in the individual or collective mental Space.


2.1 – FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS

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(S) Space (capital S) is the essential element in the formation, support and movement of the Universe, its structure being ethereal, that is, of fluidic origin. Space is a vector quantity and occupies space-volume which is a scalar quantity (has no movement); they are equal only in module.

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(E) Energy is Space in High-spin movement or vibration generated by a binary of opposing forces, initially by thermodynamic action and reaction (heat).

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(M) Matter is energy condensed into stable dynamic microstructures, and its formation is due to Image overlaying in the stage of elementary particles, which, by entropy and resonance, group together by similarity, thus forming different types of atoms. All matter absorbs Space and Irradiates Images.

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(T) Time is the space between the dynamic references (continuously in movement) of the observer’s Imaginary or mental space, where simultaneous facts can be transformed into successive facts; it is different from Clock Time.

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(Tc) Clock time is a fractionable physical measure, relative to Earth’s rotation period, and its alternation between day (bright) and night (dark) every twelve hours.

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(Is) Imaginary Space is the observer’s internal or rational mental Space, where Images, time and space-volume interact, and where other facts can be perceived, but are normally analyzed and comprehended one at a time.

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(Rs) Real Space is the observer’s external or irrational mental Space, where facts occur simultaneously, whether they are perceived or not.

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(Sv) Space-volume is the quantity of free or available Space per volume unit, measured by any measure system.

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(Im) Image (capital I) is the return of the space required by the movement of a structured or structuring (matter) energy vessel, irradiating out of the ‘form of the structure’ (body) by centrifugal or vibrating force, being visible to an observer in the presence of Light; the Image propagation tends converge whether there is light or not, that is, it tends to be infinitely small.

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(L) Light is a spatial vibration (electromagnetic) in an optical frequency, and which indicates, through the sense of sight, the presence of a universal carrier, able to transport within it several physical states of Space, such as photons, heat, magnetism, elementary particles, Images etc. Light is perceived by an observer through clarity and colors. Its propagation tends to diverge (Spreading; R=> ∞).

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(U) Universe is the Space resulting from the union of the conversely polarized spatial dimensions through a neutral vortex; White holes.

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( ) Spatial Vacuum (nothing) is the temporary absence of Space which forms a barrier almost insurmountable to all kinds of energy, especially intermolecular (quantum) energy, which is retained by the electrons’ high orbital movement since they can form barriers of Space vacuum, which is in turn responsible for the solidity and stability of matter in general.

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(G) Gravity is the Vector spatial flux (VSF), resulting from inductive and thermodynamic interactions between matter and/or resonance (similarity) of the energy contained within its Image.

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(DM) Density of Movement is the amount of movement types occurring simultaneously in a given amount of Space.

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(PM) Point of Mutation is the present moment, when the transformation of imaginary Space into real Space and vice versa is occurring; the present moment (PM) is the convergence limit between the future (f) and the past (p), the exact current instant (0).

 

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3 – PREMISES INDIVIDIALY

Now follow the postulates referring to each of the five premises, including their related axioms.

3.1 – FIRST PREMISE:

“Every movement requires Space and all Space consolidates with movement.”


3.1.1 – BASIC POSTULATION

Space in its primordial form already existed before the formation of the Universe; it is called ‘primordial Space’.

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Space is the ‘quintessential content’ of ethereal nature in a fluidic structure; it is called the essential element or pre-energy.

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Space when associated to movement becomes energy, movement being Space’s transformation agent; it is called the ‘universal transformer’.

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• Without Space there is no movement and without movement nothing can exist.

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• ‘Primordial Spaces’ moving in opposite directions unite to form ‘pure Space’ or ‘origin Space’, which initiated the formation of the Universe.

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Pure Space is neutral (0) when stationary, or when moving in a straight line. However, when its speed surpasses a rotational speed, it polarizes (+ or-), according to the vectorial direction of the movement, that is, the rotation direction. Conventionally, clockwise (+) and counter-clockwise (-).

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Space permeates the entire extension of the Universe, and allows its expansion.

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Space occupies Space-volume, and they are equal in only one module; Space is a vectorial quantity whereas Space-volume is a scalar quantity, because it has no movement.


3.1.2 – AXIOM 01

“Without Space there is no movement, without movement there is no energy, without energy there is no physical Universe.


3.2 – SECOND PREMISE:

“Matter and energy are products derived from Space, and they differ by the density of their movement.”

3.2.1 – BASIC POSTULATION

Space in its primordial form is itself a subtle form of energy because it can be polarized.

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Space polarizes according to the type of cyclical movement, be it rotational or spiraled.

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Space when associated to a specific type of movement, transforms into a specific type of energy; be it rotational or vibrational movement.

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• All known and unknown forms of energy, gravity included, result from Space’s movements.

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Space has a measurable mass when in the form of Images.

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• Polarized Space generates inertia, which when agglutinated in the same volume presents mass; the greater the amount of movement, the greater the inertia.

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• Matter and energy are directly linked, because matter is a condensation of energy in a single Space-volume, and energy is Space in high rotation, or high vibration.

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• Different amounts of movement, or different densities of Space, result in many natural or artificial spatial phenomena, such as light, field, flux, force, wave, Image, heat etc.


3.2.2 – AXIOM 02

“Space has mass, because it consolidates with movement, and it bends when facing great masses.”


3.3 – THIRD PREMISE:

“Matter’s stability is relative to the momentary absence of Space in the movement of the subatomic components.”

3.3.1 – BASIC POSTULATION

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• The momentary absence of Space corresponds to “spatial vacuum” produced by the extrapolation between the required amount of Space and that which was effectively absorbed to maintain the subatomic particles’ movement; these are known as ‘void barrier’.

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• The atom’s stable structure is achieved due to the ‘void barrier’ present around the nucleus thanks to the electrons’ high orbital rotation, mainly.

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• Without the layers of ‘void barrier’ retaining the quantum Space, it’s not possible for matter to exist, be it in liquid, solid or gas state.

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• If everything that exists in this Universe is a product of the transformation of Space into movement, then the absence of Space would be an insurmountable barrier for Space’s and its sub products’ existence.

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• The higher the density of movement, the bigger the spatial vacuum will be, and consequently, the higher the concentration of energy in the atomic nucleus.

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• The higher the concentration of energy in the atomic nucleus, the greater the solidity of the atomic structure.

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• The more solid an atomic structure is, the greater the Space requirement will be, and consequently, the thicker the spatial vacuums will be.

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• The total absence of Space is the absolute vacuum; it is called the “Void”.

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• The Void is solid, and nothing is more solid than the Void; the paradox of existence.


3.3.2 – AXIOM 03

“Were it not for the existence of invisible barriers around atomic nuclei, it would be impossible to retain all the energy that exists therein, as well as the stability and solidity.”


3.4 – FOURTH PREMISE:

“Time exists only in the mental Space, and its periodicity is conversely proportional the observer’s mental processing speed.”

3.4.1 — BASIC POSTULATION :

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• Time is relative to the observer’s mental processing speed.

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• ‘Relative Time’ is a type of Space which can only be used within the observer’s ‘mental Space’ or ‘imaginary Space’.

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• Time is essential for an observer to locate or follow bodies in cyclical or constant movement;

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• Spatial Time differs from clock Time;

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• Geometrically, Time can represent the fourth dimension.

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• Time’s function in the ‘mental Space‘ is to transform simultaneous facts into successive facts.

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• Time in the ‘mental Space‘ allows the observer to examine one fact at a time.

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• Time cannot exist outside the ‘imaginary’ or ‘mental Space’; therefore it is ‘relative’ to each and every observer.

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3.4.2 – AXIOM 04

“Time is the Space measure between the references in cyclical or constant movement.”


3.5 – FIFTH PREMISE:

“Everything that exists within the perceivable Universe is product of the imaginary Space in the real Space and vice versa, through a mutational point in the individual or collective mental Space.”

3.5.1 – BASIC POSTULATION

• Everything that can be perceived in the ‘real Space‘ was once conceived or recognized in the ‘imaginary Space‘ of the ‘mental Space‘.

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• Everything which is conceived in the ‘imaginary Space‘ has roots in the ‘real Space‘.

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• The ‘real Space‘ flows towards the ‘imaginary Space‘ and vice versa through common point between them, which is called the mutation Point (PM = 0).

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• Imaginary motivation starts with intentionality, whether it is voluntary or not.

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Intentionality generates the constructive, destructive and neutral actions in the Universe.

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Every intention is governed by the Laws of Convenience.

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• The basis of universal convenience is in the intelligent principle.

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• For an observer, from any point of view, all that he perceives in this Universe is Dynamic, Relative and Intelligent.

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• The transformation of the ‘imaginary Space’ into ‘real Space’ is similar to the transformation of the ‘primordial Space’ into ‘origin Space‘ in the beginnings of the formation of the Universe.

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• There is no intelligent or convenient action done by chance, without synchronicity.


3.5.2 – AXIOM 05

“All intelligent and convenient actions are work of action propagation and reaction (by chance), by synchronicity.”


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Update: 02-19-2016
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