Followers of NPQG may find this obvious, but there is a topological transformation we can apply to GR-QM era physics to reveal NPQG and the true natural configuration. The galaxy center supermassive black holes are essential in these topological transformations. In NPQG positive infinity meets negative infinity to some degree within the transformation. Technically I am obfuscating. The fact of the matter is that there is a hard limit at Planck scale and we must reflect that limit in the mathematics. The pun on reflect is intentional and literal.
- There is a hard limit to packing of Planck particles.
- There is a hard limit to the amount of energy a Planck particle can carry,
- There is a way for a Planck core to escape through the poles under specific spacetime aether frame dragging conditions.
- Planck particles are immutable.
- Planck particles observe the laws of classical mechanics and Maxwell’s electromagnetism.
GR-QM era physics does not address this properly. Let’s talk about renormalization. I am torn between being gracious and saying that renormalization was a useful detour, or whether to slam renormalization as glossing over a clue that should have caused a hard stop and a search for a physical root cause. Even though renormalization was a detour, it has enabled a lot of good science.
So, there is a hard limit and a topological bounce. The Planck core forms from the supermassive black hole ingestate, which is often spiraling in from an accretion disk.
As the supermassive black hole spins, vortexes form in each polar region. Although we don’t know all the enabling conditions, clearly there are some which allow the Planck core to jet from the poles for lengthy periods. Those jets create new spacetime aether, new matter-energy. including protons, photons, etc. Exactly as been modeled by Big Bang theory which now needs to be transformed.
As the jets continue, the Planck core is shrinking. Since mass is only revealed on the surface of the Planck core, the evolving shape and surface area are impactful on galaxy dynamics.
There are so many fascinating dynamics to consider here with the NPQG model.
- We can account for the inflationary big bang as the topological transformation to the accumulation of Planck jet events. In our universe this would occur at a certain space and time statistical density.
- For theories that talk about a big crunch, we can map that to the process flow that leads to ingest into the supermassive black hole.
- For theories that talk about a big crunch we can map that to the supermassive black hole developing the conditions that eventually lead to Planck limits.
- For theories that talk about the big bounce, we can map that to the reflection off of the Planck scale. It’s not really a reflection. Particles can remain in a Planck core for an indefinite period of absolute time. However there is only one way in and one way out so that is what we mean by ‘reflection’ or bounce.
J Mark Morris : San Diego, California : October 23, 2020 : v1