Physiological time and the growth of the universe.
Frank Russo - November 07 2010.
The mass defect in nuclear fusion, is the key that hints how the growth of the universe might take place. In a recent idea/paper, I outlined how gravity might fuse nuclei together at the centre of stars, galaxies and other entities... and at the same time fuse some space into the resultant bigger nuclei so that the universe can grow.
However the key ingredient to all this is the principle of physiological time. In essence, the fact that gravity slows down by '10 to the 40', as we move up one level to where the size of our universe is like one of our atoms is to us - to the there sentient beings... actually means that one of our atoms would appear to weigh '10 to the 40' times more in that realm... remember 'work" is equal "distance times force", and every meter one level up is the equivalent of '10 to the 40' metres from our level!
Hence as you move outwards from our level and into a much bigger universe, one can actually dilute matter so much so that one could possibly make '10 to the 40' atoms from one of "our" atoms... the much longer physiological time would act to make the electrons be everywhere at 'once'... and by being much more distant from the centre, one would have a much bigger atom... this fits in very well with the fact that atoms are made up of mainly 'space'! Remember some particles can go straight through our earth without actually bumping into anything!
This is all food for thought... and although the concept of a universe growing like a fractal, might need some further refining... I think I'm on the right track.