G BUBBLE BURSTS AND THE UNIVERSE BEING CREATED

        

Author: Zhiqiang Zhang

                    ID:210211195801073173

                          Email : gp@xinzhitrading.cn

 

Keyword :  G Bubble , Information Unit , Event , Information Equation of the Universe ,

  Past World .

 

Abstract            

 

In this work , definitions of some basic physical units and quantity , such as , G bubble () , information unit () , vacuum () , modulus of the universe (MU) , modulus of information of the universe ( ), entropy flow () , information () and event  () , are defined.

One physical process through which time , mass , space and information being created is illustrated and then a formula called Information Equation of the Universe” is derived which describes STC , STV and numbers of all events happened and to be happened.

From information equation of the universe , STC of information and information unit are emerged and strictly defined . Also fundamental properties of information , information unit and event are unveiled , that is , information and information unit are an objective entities and of non-substantiated , meanwhile event is substantiated form of information . Essence of the universe is unveiled that the universe at present is condensed from all events happened in past . Masses can differentiate each other by possessing different information contents .  

  Under assumptions of four physical quantities , STC and STV of all physical units and some basic physical constants can be derived from these four datum.

   Some conclusions regarding the universe are drawn in terms of age , total masses , radius , finality , mechanism of expansion and background radiation of the universe , furthermore , having predicted that along with time passing by , temperature of this type of radiation would Increase by 0.8248K per ten billion years.

Also past world , all events happened in the past , is unveiled at first time in terms of its STV , STC and numbers where , being state of pure vacuum , some events being emerged are exactly the same as it happened in the past while others being emerged are those combined by segments of the above events , but all images of these events do not materialize any more and would exist by means of its unique STC: forever .

And also several methods by which past world can be detected are served in terms of electric current and energy manner .

Finally an ultimate verdict is made which is that the universe had , has and will having been informatiated itself from its substantiated entities into an informatiated world where 0.55e+86 numbers units of information representing all events happened and to be happened in 3.3170311178758667e+10 years of the universe will aggregate with identical STC of , but different information contents : .

 

1   Theoretical value of Physical Quantities

 

In the paper “Completable Sapce-Time and Default Space-Time”(simplified as paper A thereinafter) , STV of some basic physical units were listed but not precise very much due to unavoidable interference factors of measurements . By calculating and analysis , assumptions of four basic datum are set forth as below:

| =1.e-86

| =6.e+68

=1.008e+93

   ==0.

    STV of basic G gauges , rest of G gauges and some basic physical constants can be derived from these four datum , and some of them are rational figures ( infinite circulating decimal or whole number) and list them below (See Table C1 ). Unfortunately some results have little difference to their observed ones. In this paper , STV of G gauges and physical constants adopt these theoretical values.

 

Table C1    Theoretical values of some physical quantities

 

2     Some Definitions

 

2.1, Definitions

2.1.1  Entropy Flow    

  Planck particle  also has another physical meaning , since    =   = .

  here  =1.3804426056624644…e-23 ,

 is unit of entropy and  that of temperature.

  = 0.4795140923863816…e-10 (temperature of Planck particle).

   We see that a  is an energy flow of  entropies at temperature of , so defining as an entropy flow. We can count that

         |  = 1.3483997249264841…e-43 .   

2.1.2  Vacuum 

   Defining =as physical unit of vacuum and expressed by , and

        () = 1.008e+93 .

2.1.3   Information Unit    

   Defining  as physical unit of information.

        | = 1.e-86 .

 represent all information displayed by the universe at universal moment of (see section “Information Equation of the Universe” behind)

2.1.4   G bubble   

   Defining ()as G bubble expressed by  , and

           ( )  = 1.

bubble is an CST.

2.1.5   Modulus of the universe   MU 

Calling MU as modulus of the universe , and

MU = =(||) =| =0.55e+86.

Here =||.

2.1.6   Information:      

   Defining  as information and we can count that :

 | |=1.e-86

            here  or  ,  .

An information is consists of products of  terms of various information units and an coefficient , and emerges a thing (an event) along with vacuum in the universe at universal moment of = .

2.1.7   Universal Moment   

   We call an interval of as (+1)th universal moment of the universe. , expressed by  .

   here  =  =1.3483997249264841…e-43 .

 

3  A Physical Process of the Universe Being Created

 

3.1  G bubble burst ( CST Phrase transformation)

Before our universe formed (3.3170311178758667e+10 years around) , only two type of STC existed there :vacuum (=)and an unit of initial information of  .This initial information bonded itself with a piece of vacuum (=||)  forming an initial G bubble = (||)= , and initiated a process of the universe(the one in which we live ) being created.

See Fig. C1

 

Interpretation of the Fig.C1

    is an CST and stipulated a sets of G gauges of the universe and followed its burst (CST phrase transformation):

Step one:

Two Planck particles escaped from  within the CST, and triggered its burst and turned this CST into DST temporarily., also = was broke and separated intoand.As a result , physical unit of time was emerged..

Step two:

One particle of= (entropy flow) combined withforming an unit of information=()= .

Step three:

  displayed itself and then plunged into and generated a mass of= (||) = ||kg = 0.e-7  , and quantities of vacuum reduced by 1/ MU=1/0.55e+86.

.Step four:

     As a result of the above steps combined , a new modulus of the universe

 ==( 1 – 1/ MU ) + reshaped. 

Step five :

    and combined each other forming a new G bubble  = and first CST phrase transformation process was completed.

Step six:

  Another Planck particleoffset unit of time, that is=1. All G gauges folded into CST , and CST closed. 

   All of these things happened lasted 1.3483997249264841…e-43 .

   We assign this period of time as 1th moment of the universe.

This also stipulated that every G bubble burst would exactly last the same period of time .

Step seven :

    The second G bubble burst commenced subsequently in the same way as did.

    As a result of this process , total masses of the universe added to 2 = 2|| kg = 1.e-7  and total time lasted added to 2 = 2 ||  = 2.6967994498529682…e-43 and reshaped:

   == ( 1 – 2/ MU ) +         .

and also =  emerged.

              ……..

Step eight

     After (-1)th burst of  , the universe reshaped itself with total masses of () || = (0.e-7 ) , total time lasted of (i)( ) = (1.3483997249264841…e-43 )  and modulus of the universe became:

  == (1  -   / MU ) +                  (3-1)

And an information unit  was generated  , therefore G bubble of formed.:

          == (1  -   / MU ) +      (3-2)

    We see that ||=0.55e+86==||.

We call  in equation of (3-1) as modulus of information of the universe and it also represents STV of DST of the universe at moment of.

   We see the universe generated masses at a ratio of

/ = 0.4045199174779453e+36 /.

   We also see if we can pin point STV of DST of the universe at present , by default theorem ,  we would be able to determine status quo of the universe in terms of masses , radius , age , … and so on.

 

3.2  Value of  at present   n

We express value of modulus of information(STV of DST) of the universe at present by n (= n).

Observed datum up to now regarding the universe at present are well known but with an ? attached each:

   Total masses :  1e+21 M = 1.986e+51( ) ?

   Radius :    1e+10 (pc) = 3.0857e+26( ) ?

   Age      :  1e+10 (years) 2e+10( years) ?

   Mass density of the universe: 1e-27() ?

   Expansion speed of the universe : 0.9 (some observed data implies it approaches to ) ?

 (see Ref.2/page 551 and Ref.3/page 139)

Here Mis masses of the sun and equal 1.986e+30  .

But being nature of human being , seeking know how upon the universe is their essence spiritually , and they never get fully satisfied with estimated results and observed datum. There must be a way by which these datum can be explained mathematically, logically , rationally , simply and harmoniously and then made more accurate. In 1990 ,mankind launched a satellite dedicated to detect temperature of microwave background radiation and get the most precise result :

2.736±0.016 (see Ref.3/page145).

I found a way by using this paramount data as standard to calculate value of n more accurately and theoretically(see the method in section of this paper “Investigation to Cosmology’ behind.

   If we take this paramount data as a standard , we can get value of n by the method , that is:

Modulus of information of the universe at present

= STV of DST of the universe at present

= n  

= 7.7577806787995700…e+60                                                                         

   We know this value is STV of DST of the universe at present. According to default theorem , we can calculate status quo of the universe .For instance :

3.2.1 , Total masses of the universe at present equal to :

(n)()=7.7577806787995700e+60( 0.e-7 )

     = 4.2315167338906745…e+53 kg (including dark matter)

If we deem total masses of dark matter in the universe are 100 times of that of observed ones(see Ref.3/page167) , there would be that total of observed masses of the universe are equal to :4.2315167338906745…e+51 ;

3.2.2 , Radius of the universe at present equal to:

 (n )=(7.7577806787995700e+60)(0.4045199174779452…e-34)

=3.1381767999999997…e+26  ;

3.2.3 Age of the universe at present equal to :

(n)()=(7.7577806787995700e+60) (1.3483997249264841…e-43) 

=10.4605893333333332…e+17

=3.3170311178758667…e+10 years;

3.2.4 , Average of Mass density of the unicverse at present:

   Suppose the universe is sphere , thus we have

= 3( ) /4( ) 

=1.9672077805101312… e+95/   ()  

here =3.1415926.

when = n  (modulus of information at present) , we have

 = 1.9672077805101312…e+95/ n( ).

   So ,at present , average of mass density of the universe  equal to

=1.9672077805101312+95/(7.7577806787995700e+60)( )

=3.2687013208516524…e-27() , and keeping decreased as →MU=0.55e+86.

  

4    Information Equation of the Universe

 

4.1 Derivation of the Equation

From process of G bubble burst we see that  had , has and will having been turned vacuum into masses.In this section , we also can see that relative to vacuum , these masses transformed contains all information to which all events of the universe happened in the past belong . That is , every mass of  contains all things happened in the universe at universal moment of ..   .

  This property is unveiled by a formula called information equation of the universe .From process of G bubble burst , we know:

         = (1  -   /  ) +   

           = (1  -   / MU ) +

           =  (1  -   /0.55e+86  ) +

           =

         = = (1  -   /0.55e+86) +  =

 =  = =(bursted) , so we get:

When =0 , total numbers of basic information or events displayed by the universe equal to:

 2 =1

 ==  = () ||;

Remark: refer to 4.2.1.1 Basic Information.

When =1 , total numbers of basic information or events displayed by the universe equal to:

 2 =2

 = = (1 -  1 /0.55e+86  ) +

=  

  = ()|| (1  -  1 /0.55e+86  ) +

When =2 , total numbers of basic information or events displayed by the universe equal to :

2 = 4

= = (1  -  2 /0.55e+86  ) + =

=() || (1- 2/0.55e+86) +

 + (1 – 1/0.55e+86)  + .

When  = 3 , total numbers of basic information or events displayed by the universe equal to:

 2 = 8:

 == (1  -  3 /0.55e+86 ) +

=

=() ||(1- 3/0.55e+86)|  +

+(1 – 1/0.55e+86)  +

+ (1- 2/0.55e+86)  +

+ (1 – 1/0.55e+86) + .

When =4 , total numbers of basic information or events displayed by the universe equal to:

2 = 16:

= = (1  -  4 /0.55e+86 ) +

=

=() ||(1- 4/0.55e+86)  +

+ (1 – 1/0.55e+86) +

+ (1- 2/0.55e+86) +

+ (1 – 1/0.55e+86) +

+(1- 3/0.55e+86)   +

+ (1 – 1/0.55e+86)  +

+ (1- 2/0.55e+86)   +

+ (1 – 1/0.55e+86)+    

When =5 , total numbers of basic information or events displayed by the universe equal to:

 2 =32:

== (1  -  5 / MU ) +

=

= ()|| (1- 5/0.55e+86) +

+ (1 – 1/0.55e+86) +

+ (1- 2/0.55e+86e86) +

+ (1 – 1/0.55e+86) +

+ (1- 3/0.55e+86)  +

+ (1 – 1/0.55e+86) +

+ (1- 2/0.55e+86) +

+ (1 – 1/0.55e+86)+

+ (1- 4/0.55e+86) +

+ (1 – 1/0.55e+86) +

+ (1- 2/0.55e+86)  +

+ (1 – 1/0.55e+86) +

+ (1- 3/0.55e+86) +

+(1 – 1/0.55e+86))+

+ (1- 2/0.55e+86) +

+ (1 –1/0.55e+86) +       

         ……

When =n , total numbers of basic information or events displayed by the universe equal to:

 :

                          ……

=                                                           (4-1)

= (1  -  n / MU ) +                                  (4-2)

=                                                             (4-3)

=+           (4-4) 

=()||+       (4-5)

                               

=+              (4-6)

=  +                           (4-7)

    And then we get;

=+  (4-8)

here   =0,1,2,3, …,-1 

=0,1,2,…, MU.

       = ,…2,1

   

        represent combinatorial array of term of information units , that is  a product of terms of information units taking out from information units of  numbers .

.     

 In case of  ,there are numbers of events .Among these events , there were = numbers of events bearing STC of  (called O category event)  and = numbers of events bearing STC of(1 - /MU) (0) (called S category event).

 

4.2  Explanation to Information Equation of the Universe

We have known that process of evolution of the universe is essentially physical process of G bubble’s forming and bursting constantly. Up to now , numbers of G bubble bursted have been

n=7.7577806787995700…e+60 ,

so the universe bears such physical properties as total mass , radius …and so on. While every G bubble is actually consists of vacuum and all information produced at an universal moment of the universe , so the universe at present is in fact composed of vacuum and all information generated from the first universal moment all the way to the present universal moment of the universe (time span covers ) . In simple , the universe at present is converged from all events happened during same period of the universe .

   Other primary properties of the information equation are :

4.2.1  bubble’s bursting stages all events happened in the universe at moment of ,and then  bubble’s closure brought an outcome that all these events were concentrated into a mass of and being recorded and preserved within it.

4.2.2  Numbers of basic events contained within  is equal to2;

4.2.3  Total of basic events happened in the universe up to now equal to:

          = - 1                                              (4-9)

   here n=7.7577806787995700…e+60 ;

Total numbers of basic events happened and to be happened combined of the universe will equal to:

 = - 1                                            (4-10)

here MU=0.55e+86.

4.2.4  Every term in the equation (4-8) represents a unique basic information happened in the past in terms of its STC and STV :

  or , (1 - /MU)|

4.2.5  By equation(4-5) , there would be an effect that all events the mass of  contained would display in state of vacuum:

()||+

According equation (4-8) , relative to vacuum ,all information generated in the past can display themselves downsized by| times ,this mean if an observer who change into state of vacuum could see these information(past events). For instance , an observer, whose mass is 70kg , is situated in outer space also far away from big masses . If a little bits of his mass turn into vacuum and information , then he would be able to see some of past events reemerging and these events are enlarging 70 times.The contents and numbers of events he could see depend on quantities of degraded mass and information the mass contained.

Degraded mass mean a mass degrades into vacuum and information .

4.2.6   From physical process of G bubble’s burst , we see that every G bublle burst generates an information unit.Up to now , the total numbers of G bubble bursted have been n , so information quantities of the universe as a whole is :

 = n                                         (4-11)

here n=7.7577806787995700…e+60 .

4.2.7  A certain unit of information is also consists of all units of information prior to it (including itself) ,that is different contents of information, despite every unit of information has equal STV  and STC:

=+          (4-12)

   This also means that an information unit represent all events happened in the universe at universal moment of .

4.2.8   Events to be happened in future can be also exclusively determined in terms of its numbers , STV and STC:

+    ,  .

4.2.9  Every information has its own unique binary digits that have total of 0.55e+86 bits and calling it as its information code

  If we assign    by “1” , and absence of  by “0” in this code , we can express an information by its unique binary digits

e.g1 :

 Binary digits of an information  ( ) is:

000000000000000000000000000…000000000000111111

            (aggregated 0.55e+86.bits)

e.g2:

Binary digits of an information  ( )  is :

0000000000…10000000000000000…0000000000011110

      

(nth bit)

(aggregated 0.55e+86.bits )

 

                     5    Information and Event

 

5.1     Definition of Information and Its Expression

5.1.1    Basic Information and Composite Information

5.1.1.1  Definiton of Basic Information:

Defining STC of every term in the information equation of the universe as basic information of the universe

Expression:

                                (5-1)

=0,1,2,3,…,-1.

=1 () ;  () . 

  .

represents product of terms of information units taking out from  terms of information units.

5.1.1.2  Numbers of Basic Information

At moment of the universe  , numbers of basic information displayed are equal to .

5.1.1.3  Definition of Composite Information

Defining STC of sum of two or more than two basic information as composite information of the universe.

Expression:

()                            (5-2)

=2,3,4,…,-1 .

5.1.1.4  Numbers of Composite Information

At moment of the universe  ,Numbers of composite information are equal to sum of numbers of combinations taking out numbers of elements from  numbers of basic information ,That is :

        ()                                       (5-3)

 here =.

 

5.1.2   Information

Calling generally both basic information and composite information of the universe as information .

5.1.2.1   Information grade and Information class

Calling (+1) as information grade of an basic information.

Calling maximum subscript of an information unit among a basic information as information class of the basic information.

 

5.2  Definition of Information Units and Its Expression

 

5.2.1  Definition of Information Unit   

Defining sum of terms of basic information produced by the universe at th moment as information unit .

5.2.2   Information Unit Expression

=()                      (5-4)

here , = .

5.2.3  Physical meaning of information unit

From physical process of G bubble burst , we know that during duration between bursting of bubble and reforming of next bubble , the universe displays an information unit of  and this information unit is in state of separating from modulus of the universe , that is , at this universal moment of  , it is of emergence and being observed . From information equation of the universe and equation (5-2) , (5-4) , explanation to  is that at the universal moment , every basic information  and composite information ()     are of emergence and being observed  .

When bubble is closed , combines vacuum and forms a mass of  , and all these information tuck into this mass and are well recorded and preserved by the universe . From information equation of the universe and equation (5-2) , (5-4) , explanation to  is that at universal moment of  , these information are downsized by  times and transferred into past space time realm . Thus they are of hidden and non-observation (see section of “ Past World’’).

 

5.3  Information Quantity

Appointing an information unit without its subscript as general information unit .

5.3.1  Definition  

Defining quantities of general information of an information as information quantity of the information .

5.3.2  Characteristic 

   Information quantity of an information reflects determinability and knowability of the information instead of emergence probability of an event to which the information belongs . The more information quantity an event has  , the more determinability and knowability the event is. Vice versa.

5.3.3  Expression

Suppose a composite information : () , then its information quantity is :

()|()=0.55e+86() |     (5-5)

Example:

 An information , its information quantity

=0.55e+86(36.1263315234417556…e-516) =1.9869482337892965…e-429.

 

5.4   Event and its Property

5.4.1 Definition of Event

An event happened in the universe at a certain universal moment is an physical effect of interaction between modulus of the universe and basic information or composite information to which this event belongs.

   We call an event as basic event emerged from basic information and as composite event emerged from composite information of the universe.

5.4.2  Expression of Event

Basic Event:

 ||                            (5-6)

=0,1,2,3,…,-1.

Composite Event :

||( )                     (5-7)

=2,3,4,…, -1

5.4.3  Numbers of Event

Numbers of basic event 

At moment of the universe  , numbers of basic information generated by the universe are equal to  , so there are equivalent numbers of basic events  which is composed of these basic information.

Numbers of composite event

 ()                                    (5-8)

 here =.

5.4.4  Fundamental Property of Event

From discussion the above ,we know that modulus of the universe remain constantly unchanged relative to information , so property , forms and changes of all events happened and to be happened totally are determined by generations and movements of all information produced by the universe , that is , event is universally substantiated form of information.  

 

5.5  Information Volume of Event

5.5.1  Definition

Defining information volume of an event as numbers of basic information the event contains.

5.5.2  Characteristic of Information Volume  

   Information volume of an event reflects complexity of the event. The more information volume of an event has  , the more complexity the event is . Vice versa.

 

6    Investigation to Cosmology

 

6.1  Value of n   

By    =                                      (6-1)

    Now we investigate quantities of temperature generated by all these information.

Since  ||== ||

         | = 1.e-86

         = 0.3556171686496934…e+33=1

|| =(| () =0.6465766702721699…e-53

We express this temperature by =| | .

then we get

 ==|||| =| || |     (6-2)

   = ( ) (| || |)                                   (6-3)

        =() ()                                                (6-4)

 

      here() represents temperature of background radiation of the universe .

That is :

        ()  =(||| |)                                (6-5)

We see from equation(6-4), that being state of pure vacuum  ,there would be a temperature of  ( ||| | ) .At present , = n and we have already observed this temperature measuring at 2.736±0.016 ,thus there would be:

        (n) = n ||| |  = 2.736±0.016  .

   if we take (n)  =2.736  as a standard , then we get

n =2.736 K / (0.e-7)( 0.6465766702721699…e-53)

   So ,  n = 7.7577806787995700…e+60

 

6.2  Finality of the universe

   Previously we calculate status quo of the universe by using this data n (modulus of information of the universe at present ) , now we look at finality of the universe.

We know from discussions the above that the universe has been constantly transforming vacuum into masses and creating information . Along with this process being proceeded , value of modulus of information of the universe is kept increasing until reaching at =MU= 0.55e+86.At this point ,according to default theorem , there would be a results regarding the universe:

6.2.1 , lifetime :(MU)()

=( 0.55e+86)(1.3483997249264841…e-43)

=0.7416198487095662…e+43

=0.2351661113361130…e+36 years.

6.2.2 , ultimate masses : (MU)()

=(0.55e+86)(0.54e-7)

= 2.e78

6.2.3 , ultimate radius : (MU)()

=(0.55e+86) (0.4045199174779452…e-34)  

=0.2224859546128698…e+52

6.2.4 , ultimate temperature: (MU) =(MU) |||

 =0.1939730010816509…e+26 .

6.2.5 ,ultimate density of mass: = 3(MU ) /4(MU )

=1.9672077805101312…e+95/ ()

=0.6503166216562417…e-76().

 

6.3  Expansion of the universe

    Mechanism of expansion is due to that masses of the universe are constantly created and kept

increasing by/= 0.4045199174779452…e+36 per second, while mass density of the

universe is kept decreasing along with increasing of modulus of information  , since

(=1.9672077805101319 e+95/  ).

That would be the case of constant expansion of the universe .  Speed of this expansion also

can be calculated in a easy way:

         () /()  =   =                         (6-6)

So boundary of the universe is enlarging at speed of light .

 

6.4 Temperature of background radiation of the universe

    We know from equation(6-1) and (6-5) , temperature of background radiation of the universe

are stemming from information that are kept creating constantly. From conclusions and

 observations of modern physics and experiments , we know that information being created would

generate heat . Due to property of this temperature stemming from information generated in the

past , so we also call itas heat of past(see section SIX “Past World”).

This temperature would increase gradually. At present n=7.7577806787995700…e+60 ,this brings an outcome that temperature of the universe would be (n) =2.736 and also along with modulus of information approaching to MU,() would increase by 0.8248339864089238…() per ten billion years  (2.736/3.3170311178758667…e+10years).

This also mean the universe would warm up gradually and spectrum of this radiation would shift toward to ultrared , then red , and then yellow ,…  , as a result , the sky would become more brighter.

 

6.5  Instantaneity and simultaneity of time and information

At any circumstance , STV of modulus of the universe remains unchanged and always display itself in terms of=0.7416198487095662…e+43 .  

Since  | =0.55e+86 , so speed of time would be

     (| )(  ) =(0.55e+86) = 1.64e+94 () .

We express this speed by . Also we can count: 

= 0.2224859546128698…e+52(/)   .

 means that this speed of time can safeguard itself to reach anywhere within the universe in an universal moment , even at last moment at the ultimate distance of the universe : 0.2224859546128698...e+52 .

We see time have a property of instantaneity and simultaneity.  

   From  =  , we see , this speed of time is essentially relative to or relative to information , since

==+)

According to principle of relativity of motion ,  would traverse with such speed over . This also means that information travel at this speed relative to modulus of the universe (the materialized part of G bubble).

   With this speed , insure itself can emerges events and concentrated events into a mass anywhere in the universe within an universal moment even at somewhere with ultimate distance of 0.2224859546128698e+52

This also may be reason why our thinking has capacity to reach instantaneously as far as we can think.

   So , we can absolutely convince that both time and information are of hyperspatial.

         

 

7     Past World  

 

7.1  General Description of Past World

It is well know that past things(events) disappeared exactly at the moment at which it was happening(actually it lasted exactly period of . From the process of G bubble burst and information equation of the universe, we know these events were transformed into masses and hid among them.

 From process of G bubble burst , we know;

=1= =                                                  (7-1)

=()||+     (7-2)

kg=()+           (7-3)

= i= =() (  |||T|)=()()                (7-4)

=()||+      (7-5)  

                                                  

We can unfold these equations further as below:

7.1.1  By equation (7-1) ,STC of mass has a meaning which is that it is consists of vacuum and information.

7.1.2  By equation(7-4) , all G bubbles bursted had transformed into masses :

           =i= =||

7.1.3  By equation(7-4) ,all masses generated in the past time of ()  contain all events happened during same period:

||+

7.1.4  From definition and STC of events . we know:

     | ||=1.e-86

its equivalent mass (1.e-86)( ) =e-93

its equivalent dimension(1.e-86) ()=0.7355e-120

Compared with corresponding quantities of substantiated world , we can approximately view that information do not materialize or substantiate , but they are reality , a real entity in terms of STC and STV and actually the opposite side of masses to which it belong , that is ,a mass and all information it contains coexist at state of vacuum bearing totally different STC.

7.1.5  By equation(7-5) , being state of pure vacuum , all events happened in the past still exist and could display in full view :

()||+

7.1.6  By equation (7-3) , some events being emerged by means of information are exactly the same as it happened:

  or , (1 - /MU)

and some are images never happened in the past but ones combined by some segments of those information. e.g

     an image =+     .

This may be the reason why we can image or dream of what never happened to our knowledge . materialized world.

7.1.7  By equation (7-2)  , every=has different information unit and numbers of events() , that is , different contents of information:

=()||+

     According to definition of event , we know that all these events happened at the moment was condensed into this mass .

7.1.8 By equation (7-3) , two objects each weighted 1 kg of mass  contains different numbers of information , this also means that objects can differentiate from each other by possessing different degree of being informatiated , despite having same quantity of mass:

=()+        

7.1.9  By equation(7-4)  , background radiations of the universe stems from all events happened in the past( a proof that past events still exist along with evolution of the universe).  Temperature of this radiations justifies to be called as heat of past:

 = ()()

Due to its characteristic of representing past events , so this realm of space-time is also reasonable to be called past world.

   From these discussions , we now explore past world more strictly in sense of physics .

 

7.2  Definition of Past World

7.2.1  Definition

Defining STC of as past space time realm or past world , expressed by PSTR().

7.2.2  Expression :

PSTR(). =                                       (7-6)

here  represents modulus of information of the universe.

 

7.3  Primary Properties of PSTR().

By default theorem , we can calculate some main physical properties of PSTR() as below:

7.3.1  Its STV

PSTR()| =() =()=()(1.8181818181818181..e-86)

When = n , we get:

PSTR(n)| =(7.7577806787995700…e+60) (1.8181818181818181..e-86)

=1.4105055779635581…e-25 .

7.3.2  Space Dimension

PSTR()| ()=PSTR()| ||

When = n , we get:

PSTR(n)| ||=(1.4105055779635581…e-25)(0.4045199174779452…e-34)

=5.7057759999999992…e-60  .

7.3.3  Equivalent Mass

PSTR()|()=PSTR()| ||

When = n  , we get:

PSTR(n)|||=(1.4105055779635581…e-25)(0.5454545454545454…e-7)

=0.7693666788892134…e-32 .

7.3.4  Lifetime Observed

PSTR()|()=PSTR().|||

When = n  , we get:

PSTR(n)|||=(1.4105055779635581…e-25)(1.3483997249264841…e-43)

=1.9019253333333332…e-68 .

7.3.5  Information Characteristic of PSTR()

  PSTR().is consists of  numbers of information units , and sum of information generated in the past by the universe , since all information forming all corresponding events were preserved and displayed within PSTR() . So  PSTR() is of non-substantiated. This also mean that all “events” displayed in  PSTR() are also of non-substantiated.

7.3.6  Information quantity of  PSTR() is equal to  ()

When = n  , we get:

 (n)=7.7577806787995700…e+60                               (7-7)

 

7.4   External Property of PSTR()

  PSTR() interacts with modulus of the universe shaping its external space time structure:

||                                  (7-8)

and exposing itself in such ways as :

7.4.1  Full Universal Event

Bringing an outcome that an event --- full universal event is emerging at th moment of the universe.

When = n  , that is the whole and substantiated universe in which we live . 

=+

7.4.2  Background Radiation of the Universe

   By default theorem , we can calculate temperature of background radiation of the universe.

()||)()=()||) ||  =

(0.5454545454545454…e-7)(1.8181818181818181..e-86)(0.3556171686496974…e+33)

=()()(0.3526781837848238…e-60)  .

When = n  , temperature of radiation emitting from PSTR(n) is :

()(7.7577806787995700…e+60) (0.3526781837848238…e-60)

=()(2.7360000000003000…)  .

   We can also calculate other physical properties by default theorem and G gauge of other physical quantity , but not discuss here.

 

7.5  General Expression of Physical Quantity Within PSTR()

When physical quantity enter into  PSTR() inside , it would transform into different STC utterly inverse compared to the ones outside PSTR() . An observer inside PSTR() would use thes transformed standards of physical quantity and units to observe thre universe in which he is situated.

Suppose there is a physical quantity outside  PSTR() .

 .

Here is modulus of  .

 =  is dimension expression of   .

 Then inside PSTR() , STC of this physical quantity would turn into :

                    (7-9)

Here   =

              =  =

or ,                                                (7-10)

We see that STC of a physical quantity or unit inside and outside PSTR() are mutually reciprocal to each other.

Example:

within PSTR(i) , STC of energy and mass become :

 and  .

   All physical quantity and unit would transform itself in terms of STC , but with only one exceptable , that is STC of information and information unit remain unchanged in different space time realm , in another word , STC of information and information unit have an exclusive characteristic of invariance while traveling through all kinds of space time realm.

 

7.6   Physical Properties of the Universe Within PSTR()

From discussions the above , we , as an observer within PSTR() ,  can calculate physical properties of the universe in following ways .

When = n , we get:

7.6.1  Total Mass

 =

=

7.6.2  Radius

 =

=

7.6.3  Age

=

7.6.4  Average Density of Mass

=

7.6.5  Expansion Speed of Bordery of the Universe

=

7.6.6  Temperature of Background Radiation

From these calculating results , we see that an observer  , no matter where he is both inside and outside PSTR() would get identical conclusion about the universe.

 

7.7   Detection to PSTR()

From external physical properties of PSTR() , we know that background radiation of the universe in fact is a proof that PSTR() (past world) is existing . If someone does not stand strong enough to support this view of point and absolutely convince others who has some suspicious about it , then we can design several other method in order to further verify this judgement .

7.7.1  Electric Current Detection

Changing equation (7-8) into electric current form () :

||()=(||) ||                   (7-11)

=(0.7693666788892134…e-32)(3.3048506429042334…e+30)

=()25.426419633561117…  .

This mean that under circumstance of 2.736  , in vacuum we can detect an electric current of 25.4364 milliampere coming from past world.

7.7.2  Energy Detection

Changing equation (7-8) into energy form  () :

||()=(||)) ||                  (7-12)

=(0.7693666788892134…e-32)(0.490909090909090…e+10)

=()3.7768909690925021…e-23 .

 This mean that under circumstance of 2.736  , in vacuum we can detect an energy flow of 3.7769e-23 Joule coming from past world.

From the above analysis , we get a conclusion :there are two kinds of world in the universe . One is the materialized world in which we live , see , perceive and is of substantiated  , meanwhile past world , where all things happened in the past still existing  literally and vividly , coexist indivisibly along with the materialized world as vacuum being available .

Since past world is also composed of STC matching the materialized world , there should certainly be a way through which these two world can communicate with each other (in fact , it did , does and will do so).

 

 

8     Informatiated World

 

  We now briefly review the above highlights:

    took a piece of vacuum of ||and formed the first CST() . Along with  burst ,.time unit , first quantity of time 1.3483997249264841…e-43 ,  first mass of =0.e-7 and other stuffs of the first were created , an event happened at the universal moment in the universe was concentrated into this mass,  while  reduced itself by 1/MU . Followed the next G bubble burst one by one… . As a result , modulus of information () of the universe added one by one , mass and time also follow this suit .

  At present ,total numbers of CST bursted were equal to

          n = 7.7577806787995700…e+60

with total of masses of

4.2315167338906745…e+53  disgorged

and 3.3170311178758667e+10 years lasted

and 3.1381767999999997…e+26 extended

and 7.7577806787995700…e+60 units of information created

and a temperature of 2.736 heated

 …….

   The universe will not stall this process until last piece of will have been consumed . When  = MU=0.55e+86 , all ofwill have been transformed into masses and the universe will reach at a point where

8.1, lifetime:(MU)=0.2351661113361130…e+36years.

8.2 , ultimate masses : (MU)  = 2.e+78

8.3, ultimate dimension: (MU) =0.2224859546128698…e+52

8.4 , ultimate temperature: (MU)|MG| )|=0.1939730010816509…e+26 .

8.5 , ultimate average density of mass=1.9672077805101312… e+95/ (MU) ()

=0.6503166216562417…e-76().

At this universal moment () , last segment of  will have been consumed and STC of in the universe (our universe) will not exist any more . As a result , all of masses of the universe will disintegrated and disappeared (since , while

vanish instantaneously) .The materialized world will collapse and all events happened will be dissociate from constraint of its restraint manner (mass) and a new informatiated world (PSTR(MU) will be born where everything happened in past of 0.2351661113361131e+36years of the universe with total numbers of 0.55e+86 information units will exist forever but not materialize or substantiate never .

PSTR() will finally evolve into an CST which contains nothing but information and bears some such characteristics of CST as :

PSTR(MU)’s Dimention 0.4045199174779452.…e-34

PSTR(MU)’s Seeable Lifetime 1.3483997224926484…e-43

PSTR(MU)’s Internal Temperature 3.5561716864969346…e+32

 

   will have eventually turned all materialized world into identical STC of its own and process of evolution of the universe will come to end , time will stall and the process of G bubble burst will finally cease  .               

  When = MU  =0.55e+86 ,  will find no vacuum to join in this space-time realm transformed . It will spill over the universe and roam outside PSTR(MU) .

What did  represent as initial information ?

Where is  now and then ?

Where will    be  then ?

  Now you can find the answer by yourself.

                                             The end of this paper.

                                 Original version written in Oct.7 , 2005, Dalian , China.

                                 Second version written in July 10 , 2006, Dalian , China.

           Amended in Sep. , 2006 , Dalian , China .

 

 

 

 

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