The Cosmic Whole
The Cosmic Whole
In Neu Theory the universe can be considered a living physical organism in perpetual dynamic homeostasis that is maintained by an internal natural cycle. The cosmic body is made of all the atoms, space and light in nature.
It is hypothesized that cosmic homeostasis is maintained by the continual manufacturing of space quanta by recycling electricity via electric supercells at the core of all galaxies, the giant batteries of nature. This perpetual one-way atomic matter/energy cycle naturally occurs in the stellar processes and galaxy cores, of an estimated 500 billion galaxies embedded in the open-hollow volume of space, and is the reason for their ubiquitous existence.
The galaxies come in many sizes, and are organized in clusters and super clusters that are more or less uniformly distributed in the universal open hollow volume of space with a “sponge” like cellular structure – a cosmic web of wispy interconnected filaments and sheets of galaxies, dust and gas surrounding large “hollows” of space with apparently little matter.
The space in between and within galaxies is filled with a continuous isotropic shower of atomic nuclei (cosmic rays), some with such enormous kinetic energy the cause of which cannot be easily explained.
The space in between and within galaxies is also filled with a continuum of radiation from many luminous sources. There are uniform isotropic background peaks in the microwave region of the spectrum that seem to be part of the sky itself.
The following are the physical properties of the cosmos as calculated by the model:
Cosmos Static Properties
- shape: spherical open hollow
- volume: 1.2 x 1080 m3
- radius: 3.2 x 1026 m (33.8 billion light years)
- diameter: 6.4 x 1026 m (67.6 billion light years)
- cosmic web: 500 billion embedded galaxies (average 50 billion solar mass per galaxy)
- structure: approaches homogeneity at the largest scales
- neu number: 3.0 x 1079 (as used by model)
- mass: 5.0 x 1052 kg (as calculated using 25 trillion solar mass)
Cosmos Dynamic Properties
- n/e ratio: 0.13:0.87 (as calculated per observed abundance of atoms)
- avg zomon volume: set at 4.6 m3 (from average density of matter by NASA, and calculated per n/e ratio)
- cosmic cycle: 8.4 billion years (zomon replacement period as calculated)
- g-spin: 1.2 x 10-10 m/s2 (MOND acceleration as observed)
- g-rise: 3.2 x 10-11 m/s2 (as calculated)