Posted: Oct 14, 2011 3:19 pm
by Dov Henis

EOTOE, Some Implications (2)

This equation describes the presently expanding universe:

E=Total[m(1 + D)] D = distance travelled by mass since singularity

This equation describes the future contracting universe:

E=Total[m(1 - D)] D = distance travelled by mass since end of expansion


The base units of mass - may be designated gravitons but MUST have mass - are not temporal,
they never disappear.

In the present expanding universe they are in motion as mD away from the singularity point.
Those of them that hit a whatever mass format and move it become inert. This will go on until
all or nearly all of them cease moving forward, i.e. until D ceases growing.

When D ceases growing gravitation will overcome the inertial motion away from the singularity
point and will start pulling them back towards it. It is then that -D will replace +D , to maintain
the equation’s equality…


The rational commonsensical, and therefore scientifically probable, implication is that Space is
Imbued with these massed gravitons that are continuously left behind during Expansion…

Dov Henis (comments from 22nd century) ... cations-i/