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The Mechanics of Cosmos -Part I: The Edifice of Cosmos

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Broadly speaking, the Cosmos may be defined as having two components: the habitable, and the uninhabitable (still developing) domains encompassing the former. The structure of (inhabitable) Cosmos as pertains to its space-time dimensions has been
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  The Mechanics of Cosmos  –   Part I: The Edifice of Cosmos By Mohsen Paul Sarfarazi, Ph.D.  Abstract Broadly speaking, the Cosmos may be defined as having two components: the habitable, and the uninhabitable (still developing) domains encompassing the former. The structure of (inhabitable) Cosmos as pertains to its space-time dimensions has been explicated. It is emphasized that the Cosmos consists of 356 double layers of discrete conjugate space-time dimensions at which a state of consciousness could be anchored. These double layers exist as spherical surface layers of characteristic radii with two opposing curvatures, one concave and one convex, with both occupying the same space, yet representing realms within which time progresses in opposite directions. Furthermore, these conjugate or mirrored space-times are envisioned as one having the tendency to expand away, and the other, to contract towards a central point within the spherical Cosmos that is referred to as the SOURCE. In this respect, each dimension is characterized by its curvature that signifies the speed at which time may progress within its domain. Therefore, the dimensions of space-time within the Cosmos may be visualized as a series of nested spherical surfaces that  propagate in a manner that is akin to as a series acoustic waves emerging from the SOURCE. And, these dimensions may be envisioned as to progressively have curvatures of diminishing values from the inner to the outer bounds of the Cosmos. In particular, the realms of the outermost 12 dimensions is referred to as the domains of physicality in which the space becomes progressively highly congealed as to render  the fabric of space-time to give rise to scaffolding, causing the coalescence of the particles of constitution to form matter. In particular, within the three outermost dimensions of physicality (the so-called First Harmonic Universe), the fabric of space-time becomes so dense as to render the space to become most congealed and dominant over the free  flowing nature of time. Here, the notion of space becomes highly evident with the time having only an elusive character that can only  progress in an infinitesimal manner giving rise to the advent of ‘local’ time, giving the illusion of linear progression of time following a linear sequence of past-present-future. In this regard, due to the rather small speed of progression of time, it is possible to conceive of a series of seemingly infinite number of ‘local’ space-time dimensions that occupy the very exact space, running at the same speed about the central SOURCE, yet with each domain of space to consecutively either ‘lead’ or ‘lag’ another. Such a difference in ‘phase angle’ gives rise to notion of existence of a relative time difference between such domains (referred to as ‘parallel dimensions’) that defines the phenomenon of the ‘local time.’   And, the very virtue of distinguishing among different parallel space- time dimensions signifies the notion of an apparent ‘relative’  frequency (rate of time progression) existing between different space-time domains, which is either higher or lower than the central frequency (the non-local or cosmological frequency), depending on whether a dimension is lagging or leading the other. Accordingly, a local  perturbation frequency is defined as the rate of change (first differential) of the phase angle with respect to time. Thus, when comparing two dimensions, depending on whether it leads or lags another, its frequency is respectively defined as either the sum or the difference of the central (non-local) frequency and the aforementioned local perturbation frequency.  Introduction •   The creation of the Cosmos is perceived to be triggered via the explosion-implosion of a SINGULAR omnipotent SOURCE of consciousness about itself (the so- called “Big Bang”) who cannot consciously expand any longer. •   In this respect, this highly condensed point of gargantuan consciousness fragmentizes itself as to create units of consciousness as companions who would act as conscious generating co-creating agents, effectuating the consciousness expansion of themselves and the Cosmos. •   In this respect, the Cosmos constitutes the body of the Prime Creator, the incipient progenitor of all THAT EXISTS, whose controller or heart resides at its center that is referred to as the SOURCE, herein. •   This SOURCE of consciousness is composed of the divine essence of consciousness that are referred to as the God (Akash or Adamantine) particles that are the most fundamental form of energy that give rise to the creation of EVERYTHING, and spearhead their operation within the Cosmos. •   In this respect, the SOURCE epitomizes the central fountain of consciousness that disseminates its essence of consciousness throughout the Cosmos to create ALL THAT THERE IS. •   And, the mechanism by which consciousness gets disseminated throughout the Cosmos is through the photonic light [1]. •   Clearly, if we were to logically perceive the dissemination of light of consciousness around the Cosmos [2-3] to initially srcinate from a single central point within the Cosmos (the SOURCE) and then projected in an isotropic manner, being equally distributed all over the Cosmos, the edifice of Cosmos would undoubtedly be of spheroidal in nature.   The Structure of Cosmos •   A model for the structure of Cosmos has been proposed by the author, which has been published in a series of papers before [4-11]. •   According to this model, the Cosmos is a spheroidal domain composed of two hemispheres stacked upon one another. •   These are referred to as the ‘world above’ and the ‘world below’ [12]. •   More clearly, it has been explicated that the fundamental nature of creation of Cosmos is such that everything is created in pairs. •   Thus, the process of creation necessitates the involvement of a dual system [13]. •   Examples of the fundamental aspects of dual creational system are primarily space and time [14], matter and antimatter [15-16], and when the discipline of consciousness is considered: thought and emotional energies. •   More specifically, time is considered to be the fundamental venue through which the essence of consciousness (God, Adamantine, or Akash particles) are freely disseminated via light throughout the Cosmos [17]. •   Thus, time is of free flowing nature. •   It is further explicated that conjugate to the phenomenon of free-flow, is congealment. •   Thus, as the God particles of consciousness disperse from their initial SOURCE, they are progressively congealed, giving rise to the concept of space, which serves the purpose of containment of ALL THAT IS CREATED. •   It is, thus, clear that concepts of space and time are inter-related or independent upon one another.  •   This way, space may be considered as congealed time, and time may be viewed as space in dynamic free-flow. •   Furthermore, it is clear that space and time represent quantities that are inverse of one another, with the tendency to one diminishing the propensity of occurrence of the other. •   It is thus, customary, and indeed, makes sense, to speak of a single integral phenomenon, which is referred to as the ‘space - time,’ or alternatively, the ‘time - space,’ or simply, a ‘dimension.’   •   In this respect, space refers to the surface of the aforementioned curvilinear spheroidal domain, with the curvature epitomizing the contribution of time to the overall equation of space-time. •   Furthermore, if we characterize the quantity of the space by a Euclidean vector that is tangent at any surface point on the space-time domain, time can be distinguished by a vector perpendicular to the vector of space that runs along the radius   of the said spheroidal continuum [18-19]. •   More specifically, despite the erroneous contention of the mainstream mechanics-physics that time is of scalar nature, time is, indeed, a vectorial quantity that may be depicted by an arrow or vector that stretches from the SOURCE at its point of srcin (inception of creation) to any such point on the surface of the said spheroidal domain [20]. •   As indicated before, clearly, the congealment of time into space forms a series of discrete spheroidal surfaces of certain characteristic curvatures (denoted by  = 1   ), whose mathematics is governed by the solution to an eigenvalue problem. •   It is clear that the formation of such congealed surfaces that are referred to as ‘space’ are governed by an equilibrium, stability, or vibrational problem involving gravitation about the central SOURCE
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