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Existence is the natural state of the universe.

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Nature of something.

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Nature of space

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Creation of event cells

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Topology of event cells

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The universal organising principle

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Determination of the curvature of space

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Cumulative effects of event cells

mass and weight
The creation of ‘gravity’ and ‘mass’

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The dynamic patterns of space

matter from energy
The production of ‘matter’ from energy

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About energy gradients

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The production of matter from energy . . .
Accretion generates very intense concentrations of toroidinos
accretion

A:  Contracting cells cause space to curve around the individual cells and concentrations of cells, the cumulative effect of which is that there will be regions of space that become curved, resulting in the further accretion of cells and concentrations of cells, and so on  . . .

B:  Eventually there will be a sufficient accumulation of concentrations for simple atoms to form, hydrogen say, and then a sufficient concentration of these for nuclear fusion to begin, resulting in the formation of a star and the consequent production of complex concentrations of energy called ‘elements’.

C:  When there is not sufficient curvature, the cells and concentrations of cells that are unable to create their own region of sufficient curvature to start an accretion region simply “drift off” until they enter the domain of curvature of other concentrations of energy.

As explained earlier, and illustrated again in the figure above, in the regions of accumulations of cells in which the contracting phase predominates, the space contiguous to those regions will be curved, which will result in the further accretion of toroidinos leading to more and more intense concentrations.

In caption C to the figure I have put the expression “drift off” in inverted commas because it summons up an image of something meandering about aimlessly over an extended period. Although the cells and concentrations of cells may be meandering about aimlessly, the period with which we are concerned is in the order of the Planck time of 10-43 seconds for individual cells, so the expression “drift off” with its connotation of slowness might create the wrong impression. However, as we shall see, the concentrations of cells may last orders of magnitude longer than the Planck time and eventually, combined with the actions of other processes, may last an indefinite time, so they do have time to “drift about”.

As the intensity of the concentrations of toroidinos increases, there will be a concurrent increase in the interactions between the events cells, with the consequence of greatly increased probabilities, possibly approaching the inevitability of successful linkages occurring that result in persisting dynamic patterns. This process will occur according to the ontological principle at increasingly larger scales, causing the toroidinos to cluster into concentrations and embryonic dynamic patterns on up through regions of toroidinos to the formation of the dynamic patterns of space. As shown in the centre of ‘The World’ figure, this dynamic pattern is further organised according to the ontological principle into nodes and modes of nodes.

In regions of extremely high intensity of toroidinos, there will be a seething plasma of toroidinos in which the process occurs that results in the complex concentrations of energy that eventually leads to the formation of the dynamic patterns that comprise the patterns of the sub-atomic ‘particles’ we know of as electrons, quarks and protons, the so called ‘fundamental’ constituents of ‘matter’.

Eventually there will be a sufficient accumulation of these constituents for hydrogen to form, and then a sufficient concentration of hydrogen for nuclear fusion to begin, resulting in the formation of a star, eventually leading to the process of neucleosynthesis to produce the heavier elements.

Although this is a very sketchy outline of the process of the formation of matter from energy, on the basis of the foregoing we hypothesise that matter just is energy extremely tightly bound in patterns within patterns within patterns through the 25 orders of magnitude between the Planck scale and the nucleus of an atom and then on up to the largest cosmological scales.

Now that we have a general hypothesis about how the structure of the world, resulting from the dynamic patterns of space, forms ‘mass’ and ‘matter’, which are not what we have generally regarded it to be, in the next section we will investigate the concept of energy gradients as the basis for how it is that some of the other more common phenomena are not what they are generally regarded to be, in particular, ‘motion without movement’ and ‘force without force’. Then, in terms of the rationalizations discovered, we will go on with the explanation of inertia and momentum in those terms.

KEY IDEAS

  • The cumulative effect of concentrations of event cells is that there will be regions of space resulting in the accretion of cells and concentrations of cells, and so on . . .

  • When there is a sufficient concentration a plasma will form and from that hydrogen.

  • A sufficient concentration of simple atoms will result in nuclear fusion, resulting in the formation of a star.

  • From stars the production of complex concentrations of energy by nucleosynthesis will occur to produce what we call ‘elements’.

  • In regions of insufficient curvature, the cells and concentrations of cells simply ‘drift off’ until they enter the domain of curvature of other concentrations of energy.

Space is real and substantial and changing incessantly. Things are patterns of space which retain their identity because the patterns persist.