131.1 The Toroidal Universe 
Date: 12/21/02

The Toroidal Universe

My comments in bold.

Over the last few years I began to see evidence of a universe that was toroidal, moreover, a possible double toroid. The picture is supposed to be a representation of a so called "blackhole" but it also represents a picture of only one pole of the universe.

As you can tell, this curve gives only a hint that the complete spherical structure is really a torus. The universe should be a double universe with two overlapping tori in the configuration of the vesica piscus. This oversimplification for a double universe must be intertwined with a myriad of dynamics to produce the overlapping toroids. In other words, there is 1/2 universe missing from detection. These dynamics have all exhibited toroidal behaviors as vortexes, be they cosmic scale or atomic scale in their dimensions. I began to conclude that from the smallest basic atomic unit to the largest cosmic structure, these all had roots firmly in the toroid. The ASM, the Mode Box, the Anu, the Cheops pyramid , Iuliano's maths, music studies and many, many more subjects, all showed the cyclic or double cycle within and pointed to the toroidal structure. In this light we see a new theory developing from theorists at several institutions who, as I will show you, make predictions as if the universe's dynamics were taking place upon the center and surface of a toroidal structure called universe.
Robert Grace.


Universe Reborn Endlessly in New Model of the Cosmos

Ben Harder for National Geographic News April 25, 2002

It could be a time-honored philosophy of Eastern gurus- the view that time has neither a beginning nor an end, and that the universe is locked in a perpetual cycle of formation and dissipation. But it's the latest scientific model of the cosmos, and it comes from top theorists in Princeton, New Jersey, and Cambridge, England.

Neither beginning or end? Locked in a perpetual cycle? Yes indeed. A toroidal universe has both attributes. Our segment of universal information is blasted out the whitehole, expands over the surface, crosses the equator and contracts back into the blackhole antipode, to be half spun through the center at light speed.

What was the "Big Bang? Imagine the end of the Day of Brahma, 311.040 trillion years. All mass is being vortexed down the blackhole antipode, actually a white, light-hole. Matters "speed" approaches lightspeed and slowly becomes light. This matter-light, at lightspeed, reaches no-speed, no-velocity, no-time, no-space...basically it completely stops. This is the eternity of Now. We are now at the non-moment in the silent void just before the Big Bang....of this compressed, half-spun information-light. As this information/light traverses, half-spun through the center of the universal toroid, according to B. Fuller's Synergetics, Vector Equilibrium Pump Model, it is spun outward in an ever-expanding, ever-spinning, sweeping toroidal bubble which follows the ever-expanding, spin-twisted throat of the toroid until it is distorted upon the exterior surface of the toroid.

This new, cyclic model of the universe offers an appealing alternative to the prevailing theory, according to Paul J. Steinhardt, a theoretical physicist at Princeton University. "It predicts all the features of the standard model, using fewer ingredients," he said.

Steinhardt and his colleague Neil Turok of Cambridge University proposed the new model in a report posted April 25th on the Science Express Web site of the journal Science.

In the most widely accepted cosmological model, called the inflationary model, the universe was born in an instantaneous creation of matter and energy known as the Big Bang. As the universe has inflated since that event, matter and energy have spread out in clumps. The spreading could potentially continue forever.

Inflationary? That's exactly what happens after universal information passes through the center, moving in one direction. Instantaneous creation of matter? Not a chance. The spreading of universe "could potentially continue for ever"? Not a chance. Universe breaths in and out.

"The inflation idea has been tremendously influential," noted Robert P. Kirshner, an astrophysicist at Harvard University. "No observation's been found that proves it wrong." But, he added, "that does not, of course, mean that it's right."

The clue: Ask, "Where on the toroid did the Big Bang occur? In the center. What banged? Information. Second clue: What is the other side of inflation? Contraction. The universe then, must, have both in the form of an ever-cycling toroid.

Nevertheless, the inflationary theory has survived since it was introduced in the late 1970s, while cosmologists have discarded competing ideas one by one.

Inflation is merely a small attribute of the Toroidal Universe.

New Theoretical Competition

Steinhardt was one of the theorists responsible for devising the inflationary model more than 20 years ago. Yet he shrugs off suggestions that he's trying to corner the cosmological market. "Having more than one theory is very important for motivating new experiments," he said. Although he's excited by the possible implications of the new model, Steinhardt declined to bet on whether it or the conventional model is more representative of the nature of the universe.

"The conventional model has come out spectacularly well," he said, adding that he has nevertheless long wondered whether a different model might explain the universe equally well- or perhaps better. "That's what started us on this adventure," he said.

Steinhardt said several features of the cosmos can be better explained by the cyclic model, including the geometry of the universe, its overall uniformity, and, in particular, the existence of a phenomenon known as acceleration.

Geometry of the toroid, has an inside/outside dichotomy and acceleration (of space or expansion) occurs in its center and over its ever-expanding outer surface until the equator is reached then it (space or contraction) begins to decelerate. The farther a point is from the center, while still not having crossed the equator of the universal toroid, the more it appears to accelerate. At some point in the future, after this same point crosses the equator, the expanded point will again, cyclically, begin to contract.

Recently gathered data from exploding, dying stars called supernovae have revealed that the universe is not only expanding, as predicted,

From earths vantage point we are on the outer surface of the toroid but beyond the whitehole opening to the outer surface. The white hole was the big bang of information.

but that its rate of expansion is accelerating. The only force that could explain such cosmic acceleration is a source of energy, not visible or yet identified by scientists, that permeates the entire universe. Physicists have dubbed the mysterious force "dark energy." The discovery several years ago of acceleration and the underlying dark energy came as a surprise to scientists because the standard model did not predict such features.

Acceleration of space is not a force. Space expands because of its particular position upon the surface of the toroid. In time, meaning our measurements using time-units, space will contract because it will have crossed the equator of the universal toroid. There is no such thing as dark energy, as a source of the universes acceleration. However, there is an invisible, dark energy component we cannot detect. The expanding, accelerating space should be driven by contracting gravity's opposite, whatever we wish to call that. If gravity is a compression of space into all matter, we might assign antigravity to space which expands away from all matter in the cosmos. Upon the surface of the universal torus, we will find areas that expand space and areas that contract space. Should we really call these gravity and antigravity? Why not just call it expanding and contracting space and do away with the "cosmological constant" and gravity.

The new model offers a streamlined alternative. It treats the Big Bang not as the true moment of creation, but as a transition between two cycles in an endless process of cosmological rebirth.

A transition indeed, between the whitehole opening and the blackhole closing on the antipode of the universal toroid.

According to the model, the Big Bang is followed by a period of slow expansion and gradual accumulation of dark energy. As dark energy becomes dominant, it stimulates cosmic acceleration. The current era is near the transition between these stages, Steinhardt said.

So says Mr. Steinhardt. That puts us past the outpouring whitehole and somewhere upon the expanding half of the toroidal surface before the equator. Again, it is evident there is no such thing as dark matter. No dark matter force is pushing, becoming dominant nor is it stimulating cosmic acceleration. Acceleration is what the surface of the toroid is doing, similar to the surface of a balloon.

Cosmic Crunch

As accelerated expansion proceeds over trillions of years, matter and energy are gradually stretched thin across the universe.

Matter, i.e., stars, ever (correction: expand not diminish) their mutual distance as we approach the toroidal equator. This is detrimental for any theory of colliding galaxies.

Eventually, matter, radiation, and even black holes become so stretched out that they are dissipated to almost nothing, leaving behind a massive universe that is virtually empty, Steinhardt explained.

This is a description of our section of universe that is close to and getting ready to cross the equator of the universe.

At this point in the cycle, particles of matter are so far apart- and moving away from each other so rapidly- that they cannot interact and are effectively separated into distinct universes.

Distinct universes including our section universe.

Steinhardt and Turok call this vacuum-like stage the "big crunch." The vacuum triggers dark energy to materialize into matter and radiation in another Big Bang, refreshing the cycle of expansion.

This is a description of our section of universe which has just crossed the toroidal equator and our section begins to contract, on its way toward the blackhole antipode. No vacuum is triggering dark matter to do anything. Space is simply reversing its intrinsic characteristics after crossing the equator and begins to contract.

Other scientists are intrigued by the new model, but it hasn't won them over yet. Kirshner credits Steinhardt and Turok with assembling the new model to be consistent with what is known about the universe. "They've been careful to account for the known facts," he said. The new model, Kirshner said, "is highly speculative, but it's not unthinkable."

It hasn't been highly speculative, nor new, to we who have been forming this theory for the last few years and corroborating the toroidal universe through other studies in several disciplines.

Rigorously testing the two theories against each other will take some time. Steinhardt already has some ideas about how it could be done. For example, gravitational waves, a feature of the universe predicted by general relativity, would take a different form in these two models. There would not be long-wavelength gravitational waves in a cyclic universe, whereas there would be in an inflationary universe.

There would be cyclic-implosive/explosive-logarithmic gravity that communicates but does not travel as a wave, for gravity is merely the expanding and contracting logarithmic space fabric upon the toroid.

Efforts are underway to measure and characterize gravitational waves, but it will likely take at least several years to gather useful data. The Planck satellite scheduled to be launched by the European Space Agency about 2008 may help settle the question, Steinhardt said.

The so called "gravitational wave" is not gravity. The measured "gravitational wave" is a shockwave produced by exploding matter. To define this explosion and its ability to traverse a non.medium called space, we will have to define what is called the spinwave phenomena that fills the void called spacetime. The filling medium is the Anu. Spacetime is more like non.space (Void) and non.time (Now). Spacetime does not exist, for space is the void and time does not exist in universe. Within this non.medium the spinwave-Anu communicates a shock called the "gravitational wave".

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Copyright. Robert Grace. 2002