THE COMPRESSION OF THE UNIVERSE OR THE NEW THEORY OF THE WORLD TREATMENT
Consider the formation, which was called the "Black Hole". This is a former star, the density of which has exceeded a certain limit. There are no forces that can stop it, in an effort to shrink to a point. However, the whole process is not fully understood. We use the Lorentz transformations. We see that the process of compression, as it were, stops, slows down. What will the observer see at such an object? The course of time, in the external world, does not exist for it. However, changes for this observer occur, it continues to shrink. And changes in the sizes of all objects and the space itself occur as you move toward the center of the compression area. It is logical, in this connection, to introduce the notion of the course of time, the change of time, as a change in the distance to the center. That is, time is a function that depends on the distance to the center of compression. Thus, we have isolated one of the spatial dimensions, as a ruler of time, in addition, this ruler has a distinguished direction, due to the direction to the center of compression.
The first definition
Vector of time - A vector directed to the center of compression of the region of collapse, or to the center of compression of any bounded region, or body.
What happens to a body falling into a black hole? According to calculations, with a small advance toward the center of the compression region, the strength of the gravity field grows so rapidly that no forces can prevent the rupture of the body. That is, the part of the body that is closer to the center is attracted much more strongly than the more remote part. The resulting difference in forces is so great that the body is torn to pieces, more precisely, of a smaller thickness by layers. Consequently, there can only be a thin layer in which the difference in the strength of the field is stronger in strength than the forces that hold the body in integrity. Next to this layer, parallel to it, another layer and so on. A black hole, therefore, consists of thin layers of matter that do not interact with each other, and these layers are compressed toward the center.
What determines the thickness of the layer? We have defined the spatial dimension to the center of compression - a ruler of time, and the direction to the center of compression as a vector of time.
The second definition
The thickness of the compression layer, is the minimal unit of time existing in nature, and no changes for a smaller period can occur. Having considered the compression layer, we notice that it was earlier one of the spatial dimensions, the magnitude of which tends to zero, and in a contracting system this dimension acquired the sense of time.
The third definition
In the formation of a contracting system, one of the spatial dimensions is lost, the space with N number of measurements becomes a space with N-1 number of measurements, and one of the spatial dimensions acquires the sense of time. Draw the segment in the coordinate system, which is compressed.
Obviously, in the frame of reference that does not contract, we have, at time T = 1, the length of the line S1, and at the time T = 2, - S2. We have for the time T1-T2, the line decreased by S1-S2. The proportion will be the same - for a period of time the sizes have decreased by the appropriate amount. The ratio of the change in distance, in this case the length of the selected segment, to the time period over which these changes occurred is called speed.
The speed of light in a shrinking object is the rate of compression of this object (In our world, in a time of 1 second, the universe decreases by 300,000 kilometers). Absolutely correct compression does not exist, there are areas that seem to lag behind the compression of the whole space, these areas are formed by the vortex motion of the compressing space.
Matter is a vortex of compressible space, which resists compression. And as it contracts with a lower speed, respectively, the forces that arise when interacting unevenly contracting objects, and there are forces of attraction of bodies (and not just of attraction).
Definition of the Universe
Our Universe is a shrinking black hole in a four-dimensional universe, one of the spatial dimensions of which has a sense of time for us, and matter is local non-linearities (vortices) that resist compression. The speed of compression of the universe is not constant and decreases with time, it is equal to the speed of light propagation.
Date of publication 02.03.2004.
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