The Big Bang model of the Universe is well established in cosmology, however, little is known about the earliest moments of the Universe’s history. Understanding this earliest of eras in the history of the Universe is currently one of the greatest unsolved problems in physics.
This paper attempts to provide an explanation of what occurred during the earliest moments of–and even before–the Universe’s origin. It will also provide an explanation of how the Universe will end. In the course of providing these three explanations, it presents updated definitions of dark matter and dark energy, as well as an explanation of how gravity works, where they are currently incomplete or untenable, hopefully solving some of our biggest mysteries.
The paper will introduce new theories on:
- exactly what zero-point energy is in vacuum state
- a path to achieve superconductivity at room temperature
- reversing the aging process
- why the corona of the Sun is so much hotter than the Sun’s surface
- how life first came to being
- why magnetic fields exist around electric charges
- unifying the four basic interactions of nature into one and straightforwardly describing all phenomena in the universe
- negative time using an old theory of multiple Universes, which is distinct from multiverse
It will identify how the equation, E=mc2, is actualized by describing the process of transforming energy into matter and vice versa. In addition, introduce a newly defined substance called Meether and explain how Meether is responsible for the wave-particle postulate, aging, a new unlimited source of energy, amongst other things.