Astrophysics

   

Quantum Boom Theory

Authors: Seamus McCelt

Neutrinos dominate the universe. They floated around in literally empty void nichts space for trillions & trillions of years - even an eternity.
Then when they decided to start popping - the universe started.
Boooom! Let there be Light (tension and vibrations).

● The Microcosmic Boom: Everything actually was schmooshed into something the size of a proton. But, it is NOT just one "singularity" the size of a proton - it is the uncountable number of neutrinos.
The fabric of space is created from expansion of neutrinos.
The neutrino "decay" (expansion) is just a simple shape change. Think popcorn popping.

● Expansion: A neutrino is a balled-up unit of space - like a quantum ball of spaghetti.
Whenever a neutrino decays (loses cohesion, loses shape), it "expands" - meaning it changes shape from a balled-up proton size to full length threads commandeering about the size of an atom.

● No Center: Correct. The universe is actually infinity, so, there is no center.
The neutrinos must be "expanding" at an high enough rate where there is a noticeable effect in the universe.
It is hard to believe but they actually would be "expanding" space and nothing would be moving.
More and more "space" is actually being magically created but, it is from the expansion (decay) of neutrinos.
Neutrinos "decay" into the fabric of space (it is only a shape change).

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