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  1. Well when I envision and explosion like the big bang concept that creates planets and stars, I see the radiation as starting at a center point and radiating outward spherically. Am I missing some understanding to explosions? So then I guess in my view, the light would never be seen. But then I supposed if you could explain an exponential growth of an explosion it could travel faster than light and therefore create a CMB concept. But I don't see how an exponential growth could happen faster than light. Unless you're stating that the vacuum just somehow exploded everywhere with energy, but the
  2. I've described the dark energy (vacuum energy) as a charge quantization of the CMB. It's a precise equation which I included derivation similar to a photon gas. This allows the CMB to have a photon energy of a microwave, but collectively as a photon gas it has a charge quantization that matches the dark energy. An interesting fact: If the charge of the particles that make up the earth were not void during binding with matter, the earth would be an electromagnetic mass black hole, which I also calculated in the theory. But photons have no mass to nullify their charge during a binding process, t
  3. I put in the derivation. Which then I have two more links to review, the black hole thermodynamics and the Bekenstein bound: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_hole_thermodynamics https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bekenstein_bound [edit 12/28/2018] I updated the CMB, I found that the CMB is described as being non-direction which is inline with my theory for it. Also there appears to be some wild entropy since the Planck CMB map shows areas which vary in density. I have calculated an entropy type that may work to define the CMB energy density as something that matches the vacuum density when
  4. I made another modification to the CMB area of the theory and uploaded it to the second file of the original post. It removes the fine structure from the idea and relates the Hawking radiation of the CMB temperature energy to a Poynting vector.
  5. In attempting to derive the equations I found that one might assume a common concept for the equations I supplied, namely the electron, proton, CMB. I updated the second pdf file in the original post. The change to the CMB equation now reflects the black hole entropy and unifies my equations. I'm a little confused as to whether I applied the entropy correctly. I found the entropy to be kA/4l^2 which is from this wikipedia page on Stephen Hawking: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_hole_thermodynamics Thanks, Devin
  6. Here for starters is the effects and physics I've incorporated. I will work on the derivations for readers now. I kinda worked it out in my mind instead of on paper. 3/5kqq/r was something I borrowed from the assembly of a charge with continuous field density from infinity. It relates to the continuous energy of the vacuum. They quoted it on the classic electron charge radius in wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classical_electron_radius Hawking radiation, you can read where the time is basically t=mc^2/3P, where t is the time of evaporation, m is the total mass of the black hole, P
  7. Thanks, I'm still working on the theory, so the descriptions are a little crude, but believe it is finished enough to share it. Your descriptions would probably be better than what I've come up with. The 4 dimensional and 5 dimensional Planck solution I've derived describe n-sphere's which are surface areas, time is not included in dimensional n-spheres. I'm not sure time dilation would happen for the vacuum energy since its a gravitational curvature that has no mass. And if it did it would be very tiny time dilation really. And I really don't believe the metric interpretations that physicists
  8. I believe I've figured out the CMB section and put a description of what is happening mechanically in the CMB section of the theory. It's in the second theory in the original post. Thanks, Devin
  9. Thanks and merry Christmas :) I really liked your link of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_hole_cosmology I think it's interesting that others have also believed that the vacuum is a black hole. It makes sense out of the speed of light and wave conduction and virtual particles, etc. When I was first studying gravity and trying to understand it I kept bumping into the black hole nature of gravitation. G/c^2 is the black hole mass per meter for any black hole. I tried to fight it and theorize an electromagnetic definition, and kept failing miserably. The cosmology constant made sense of it
  10. I updated the CMB now to reflect a strange concept that I'm still trying to figure out. But the Stephan-Boltzmann law type radiation of the CMB matches a peculiar energy of the vacuum. This if the vacuum energy had a migration velocity related to the fine structure and towards and out of the event horizon. The update is in the second attachment in the original post. I guess I have a hard time believing that the CMB is caused from some big bang. This is because if there was a cosmic background then in my mind it would already be gone and it certainly would not be a steady value to measure. In
  11. I updated the theory to reflect more proper thermal dynamics in the CMB area which slightly changed the proton equations. I put the file in the original post at the top of this page.
  12. Thanks :) I'm currently working on the CMB portion as I feel it may lead to some interesting theory. I was unaware that others pondered that we live in a black hole. To me it would give speed limits of the speed of light due to gravitational escape velocities. But only if it were a continuous energy density, like the vacuum. Really interesting ideas happen in such an environment. Like wave conduction and point-wave support. I need to work on the CMB model so I'll do that for now. The interesting thing about the vacuum energy is that it is an inverse curvature to gravitation, pushing masses awa
  13. Thanks, that's interesting input. I will give it consideration as I am still somewhat working on the theory and may be till I die I suppose. :) I guess what I'm stating is that Einstein said the vacuum energy could be described as a black hole. Which puts a whole new type of black hole in the physics text books. It's then a continuous density black hole and also space is an infinite set of black holes appearing at all positions in space. If this is correct then only one particle might appear outside the event horizon? I'm still a little unclear on that concept. As I was viewing Hawking radia
  14. I have constructed a theory that may be interesting to some readers. The units all check out and the values equation to within .1%. The theory basically states that Einstein left some unfinished work to be performed. Namely the cosmological constant defines a black hole. Therefore I have theorized everything surrounding that concept and find validity and relationships to particle nature (the electron and proton, neutron, neutrino even (not included yet)) I can accurately calculate the Cosmic microwave background CMB temperature and relate it to the cosmological constant equation thru elect
  15. UV Experiment of Plasma oscillation
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