Cosmos Structuring: Easy summary
TOE 1992
Of ferman: Fernando Mancebo Rodriguez--- Personal page. ----Spanish pages

Cosmos Structuring: Easy summary
Part I Cosmic energy

Friends I put you a very simplified summary of some basic points in the cosmic structuring.
For those interested I refer to my atomic and stellar model.

1.- Simplifying, and from the physical point of view, the cosmos or universe is made up of two main elements, which are space and cosmic energy.
This cosmic energy that fills the entire Cosmos is also known today as dark energy.
This way we can consider the Cosmos as a container completely full of energy which will be transformed until we achieve all the creativity that we know today.
And to achieve this, all the properties and peculiarities that cosmic space possesses are taken advantage of, (also physical and mathematical laws that is not inside of this study) among them and as the first characteristic used is the three-dimensional property of space.

2.- The three-dimensional characteristic of the cosmos results in the property of gravitation (gravity) that develops as a special form of action of cosmic energy in the concentric direction towards all points of cosmic space.
In principle, all the cosmic energy fills up and is distributed in the same proportion (or density) throughout the universe, and therefore cannot be concentrated or added in some places more than in others.

3.- However, the characteristic of gravitation (concentric energy lines on the different points of space) breaks this uniformity in the distribution of energy through space and can produce accumulation and condensation of cosmic energy in points of concentrated energy at the same time, which we call matter.
This occurs because all the energy lines that go to the same point in space, when concentrated on it, these lines add up and form a set or compact point of concentric energy on that place.

4.- Well, these energy points, and due to their concentric direction of action, can attract other similar points to end up forming conglomerates of energy points, which give rise to what we call matter.
Well, this matter continues to preserve the characteristic and property of gravitation, that is, the capacity for concentric attraction on other nearby points of matter, adding successively with others and forming larger accumulations of matter.
And so on until ....
..... Until the concentrations or accumulation of matter is so great that due to the pressure (magnetic forces) of the energy they contain, these large accumulations of matter explode, emitting from this explosion all kinds of smaller pieces of matter.

5.- Now, between the infinitesimal point of matter (which could theoretically be called the graviton) until the explosion of the great accumulated matter system, there is a huge series of intermediate material particles and bodies among which we could mention the infinitesimal points of matter, radiant (moving) particles such as photons, sub-atomic particles, atoms, stars, galaxies, etc.,
But this we are going to see these in our second part: Particles and particle systems.

Part II Particles and particle systems

Particles

6.- We have seen that cosmic energy (dark energy), through the three-dimensional characteristic of gravitation, is concentrated in points of matter and material particles.
From the concept of matter, the concept of mass is also born.
Mass is the amount of matter (and therefore condensed energy) that a particle contains.
For this reason there are no particles that do not contain matter, and therefore there are no particles that do not contain mass.
Matter and mass are synonymous, and all particles are made up of them.
So, mass is the way to measure the amount of matter in a particle.
Each particle has its corresponding amount of matter and mass, and does not depend on any other to contain it.
Therefore, there are no massless particles, nor particles that give mass to others.
Of course, the direct way to measure the masses or matter of a particle is through the gravitational forces and mutual attraction that all particles carry.

Particles systems

7.- We said in point 4, that the particles can grow until it is broken (surpassed) the equilibrium or maximum level of energy concentration allowed by the Cosmos arrives, and that once this is exceeded, the particles or particle systems explode and divide into smaller particles.

8.- However, and until the level of destruction has been reached, the Cosmos has prepared for us a series of intermediate elements that are what give life and creativity to the Universe.
These intermediate elements are the gravitational systems of particles.

9.- Already immediately after the concentration or accumulation of matter for the creation of a particle, the energy imbalance begins to occur in the Cosmos, since every particle is an accumulation of energy higher than the average that the Cosmos has in its set.
And this imbalance or increase in average energy density at that point, causes the pressure of that energy (similar to the pressure of fluids) to emit an expansion force outwards trying to distribute or get rid of that excess energy.

10.- Well, that outward pressure force is what we will call Magnetic Forces, which will try to re-balance the energy density in the cosmos.
And it is precisely these fields of magnetic forces around the particles that are going to create all the more or less known gravitational systems of particles, such as the orbital systems atoms-electrons, electrons-neutrinos; stars-planets, planets-satellites, galaxies, etc.

11.- When matter is concentrated to create a particle, magnetic fields immediately begin to be produced around the nucleus or particle, but since they are not yet strong enough to destroy and explode the particle, they are looking for another magnificent solution: they create a system composed of fields of magnetic forces around the central nucleus, with stationary orbits in which they place orbitals (satellites), thus forming a set or orbital system with much more volume, thereby lowering the average energy density, thus remaining the density of the system within the levels allowed by the Cosmos.

12, - And this is the solution and definitive search for all particles: to meet in particle orbital systems, where the whole system, due to its large volume, conserves the average energy density level that the Cosmos has and demands.
For this reason, and at all levels of the Cosmos, what we find in a stable way are particle systems of all kinds and at all levels of the Cosmos.
They are, as we have said, the atoms; at a higher level, the stars; higher level galaxies, etc.
And within these orbital systems, there are also other minor intermediates, such as those formed by electron-neutrino, planet-satellite, galaxies, etc.

Electromagnetic charges: unstable particles and stable systems

13.- To proceed to be constituted in orbital systems, the magnetic fields created by the particles around them, are manifested as charges (positive, negative) that try to complement each other until creating their balance and compensation.
Every single particle begins to have a positive charge (a lot of energy accumulated in a small volume), and if this particle is very large, its positive magnetic fields encourage the rotation of the particle and create one or more orbits at the appropriate distance to attract orbital ones or satellites and constitute an orbital system of particles, already with the appropriate energy density.

14.- This is what is produced in particle accelerators, that after a great collision and destruction produced, what is produced first are solitary particles and therefore unstable (normally positive), which soon try to find equilibrium when join with others and form stable systems.

15.- Therefore, charges are only states of energy imbalance in particles or particle systems, with which they try to find other particles to form orbital systems, already in equilibrium.
As we have said, what these charges show us is that the particle or system of particles does not have the average energy density that the Cosmos needs and forces.

16.- However, and for the complete equilibrium of the particle systems, other adjustments of the electromagnetic and gravitational type of complementary order are needed and produced.
Among them are, the magneto-thermic force that exchanges energy between systems to fill them properly; the electro-weak forces that act to balance smaller particles; the gravitational rebalancing force, or valence, that tries to complete the gravitational layers of orbital systems, etc.,
But all of them work on the same final task, that the orbital systems are completely balanced in their average energy density.

In particle accelerators

17.- As we know, in particle accelerators what is produced are particle collisions (including photon collisions in some cases) to destroy these particles and see what matter is made of.
And what is matter made of?
Well, of other smaller particles of matter, including those that can become infinitely small to be detected.
Now, as what we have done is to destroy stable particles to reduce them to smaller particles, since what we obtain are unstable particles that have the need and power (electromagnetic charges) to re-balance energetically.
As in general we get solitary particles, as these will be positively charged and these charges will cause them to change state, look for consort particles and form new orbital systems of stable particles.
For example and theoretically, let's put the Higgs Boson.
This is not a particle that gives mass to another, as is theoretically proposed.
It is simply a large piece of material or large unstable particle (born from a large collision of particles) that has to seek its energy balance by forming orbital systems, such as caesium atoms (due to their similar masses), large unstable leptons when acquiring neutrinos around it, etc.
That is, to go transforming until it becomes a stable orbital system.

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Atom model

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