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JustJono
04-21-2004, 06:30 PM
That's right. I came up with this during class. While I do not know too much about metaphysics, relativity, or special relativity, you must admit that this is still quite creative. I will be basing this message off of the picture I poorly created in Photoshop.

I have come up with a new kind of atom. Instead of spinning electrons, it has spinning protons and neutrons. This protons and neutrons spin around a nucleus (pink) which is essentially made of particles and gases. It does not have a solid outside or shell, but due to it's incredible mass, it creates the gravity to keep these protons and neutrons spinning at a very fast speed.

The protons (red) and neutrons (blue) are divided into little ovals (or circles, if you'd like to imagine it that way.) These little ovals are spinning at an incredible speed, creating a circle shape. But you will notice there is no way to cause this spinning action, as there is absolutely nothing in the middle of the rings. That is one of the downsides of this theory.

The protons' and neutrons' little oval shapes can vary in size, but it has a certain balance within them, to maintain stability in the spinning.

There is a finite amount of matter/gases/particles in this atom that I am theorizing. But the area in which there is the most amount of matter/gases/particles is the nucleus. On occasion, the little oval shapes in the protons and neutrons will lose their certain balance, and will temporarily need more matter or particles within them, to maintain the mass. They might also need LESS matter or particles to maintain the mass and balance. The protons and neutrons get these particles from the nucleus. The particles are shot from the nucleus to the oval shape which needs patching, or the other way around (depending on how it's trying to balance itself.) When shot to the proton/neutron from the nucleus, the particles are shot very instantly, and could resemble lightning or electricity currents (see the electricity currents in the image below.) That is an unstable system though. If the neucleus loses particles, that will alter the balance of the protons and neutrons spinning around the neucleus. A very large instability at that. When such an instability occurs, the atom will implode and explode again, re-creating the atom. At the incredible mass of everything, this imploding and exploding occurs quite fast. And quite frequently too.

The protons and neutrons are spinning at the speed of light or faster. The nucleus sends "patch ups" at the speed of light or faster. The atom implodes and explodes at the speed of light or faster. This atom implodes and explodes maybe about once a nanosecond.

Now that you have caught on to that, here's the big twist (and some of you may have caught on already.) This atom that I'm talking about is: how our universe works.

The red protons represent matter. The blue neutrons represent anti-matter.

The little oval shapes are universes. (Thus, the end of our universe is the beginning of an alternate universe.)

The "patch ups" and electric currents represent the reason why our universe exceeds it's finite amount of matter/energy every once in awhile.

The imploding and exploding represent The Big Bang and The Big Crunch. (It's not our universe that makes the Big Bang and Big Crunch, it's our whole universal system, AKA "the new atom").

Now you're probably thinking "You're stupid. That means we're getting crushed every nanosecond."

Well, I have two possibilities for this one. Either A) since time is relative, we are experiencing the process as taking a long time, or...

B) Everything that happened while the atom was still "open" and uncollapsed stayed there as light that it emitted before it imploded. So basically, we're looking into the past. We're living the past. (And REMEMBER, I'm explaining the phenomena of the universe, not the phenomena of intelligent consciousness.)

I hope I won't get flamed for making this theory against religion, because that isn't the case. I made this theory so it can please both atheists and believers in God.

To please atheists, I just say, "This is how the universe works and the universe wasn't created by God."

To please believers, I say, "Remember how I described the system as an atom? What if God was a being that is made out of these atoms. That creates the possibility that there are more universes than countable. This also brings logic to belief that we are the flesh and blood of God."

Wheee long post! Take THAT, Specforces!!!! :twisted: