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2.1. The 4-dimensional universe - definition

More and more is spoken about the universe as a 4 D thing. And then there is spoken about the three known dimensions, known as x, y and z complemented with t, time. However there is a strange thing about time; it dominates the other dimensions. In function of
t evolves x, y and z and not in reverse. And time can be deformed by gravity. But this deformation doesn't have always influence on the 3 other dimensions. So, in this statement, we have 4 dimensions, 3 linked to each other and a fourth, seeming determining the state of evolution of those three.
I believe, some closer investigation is required.

2.1.1. Do we have 4 dimensions at all.
Characteristic to the 3 dimensional ordinates is: we can see that they are plastic. An object can be made longer, larger or/and higher and conversely. So, you can move on all ordinates in plus and in minus. As you take time as 4th ordinate, then you can expect that he has the same characteristics, but he has none of them. On places where we nowadays use time corrections, happens this where gravity (in extreme proportions) deforms the 4 D surface that we define in 3D with a time deformation.
When there is an intervention on the causes of that deformation (the gravity), (fi if there happens a IIa supernova), then there is a sudden change in the 4D surface indentation. We will observe no change in the 3 known ordinates. Only the time deformation will be changed.
You never can change an object that is 3D by only changing it in one dimension. The smallest change affects all three the dimensions, even if it is a change on its surface. The same you have in a 2D world. You can state it as a law.
The same law must be applicable in 4D, but for seeing it you must define it in 4D. We need a 4th ordinate with the same characteristics as the other 3. We call it "w".

"Clarification.
"the earth is seen as a 3D object. So its surface is in fact 3D too. However on land maps it is defined "in 2D. All observation are brought back to this 2D world.
If we now consider the top of a small "mountain, it is defined by an eastern longitude and a northern latitude on our map. If all goes well "their is .mentioned a height of 100 m (example). On a 3D
map we would have 3 ordinates.
"if we drop a bomb on the top of that mountain, maybe the height is reduced by 10 m. In our 3D map "we would have 3 new ordinates. However in our 2D maps we use, nothing has changed. We only
"have to adapt the 'height 100 m to height 90m'. the height we use in our 2D map to define a point on the earth surface (3D object), is the time we use in our 3D map to define a point on the universe
surface (4D object). Both: 'height' and 'time' are used to reflect the
deformation of a surface.

Time is in this case a parameter that defines the state of the surface of the universe on one specific moment; nothing more, but also nothing less.
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1.3. The evolution of a planet

First we have proto-planets with to less mass to realize a required pressure to obtain a serious fission in its core or planets with not enough fissionable heavier material.
They will cool down slowly. The difference between the inner temperature and the nearby surface temperature is small. So after forming a thin crust the planet further cools down nearly uniform. The planet contraction due to temperature fall, breaks and reor-ganizes that crust, but still that crust remains mostly uniform.
On those planets there are no big differences in height.
When temperature comes low enough then in a short time and without great contractions the planet stiffens up. (example: our moon).
Second we have proto-planets with a rather small mass, but enough to realize the required pressure to obtain a serious fission in its core but with a small amount of fissionable heavier material. They too will cool down slowly until an equilibrium is reached between production and losses. In this case that will happen after forming a thick crust and a magnetic field. The difference between the inner temperature and the nearby surface temperature is great. There is no continental drift. Stable volcanic activity is pos-sible (spot volcano's). After time the fuel reserves reaches a critical point by which the inner energy production drops down. The central temperature remains, but the energy production goes down. To obtain a new equilibrium with the losses the crust grows in thickness. Lower energy production gives smaller convection resulting in lower temperature of the outer hot liquid layers. The temperature fall brings a contraction with it, creating free spaces in the stiffening material. Those free spaces will be
filled up with gases (atmosphere) or cold liquids if temperatures become low enough (water). Even large free spaces can collapse forming large and
deep canyons. Finally the planet will stiffen up leaving a desolate planet with a landscape having great dif-ferences in height. (example: mars).
Third we have proto-planets with a mass enough to realize a required pressure to obtain a serious fission in its core and a great amount of fissionable heavier material.
They too will cool down slowly until an equilibrium is reached between production and losses. In this case that will happen after forming a thin crust and a stronger magnetic field.
The difference between the inner temperature and the nearby surface temperature is great. There is continental drift as the significant energy production creates strong convection streams that breaks the thin crust in parts. Volcanic activity is present, due to the convection streams and as byproduct of the continental drift.
Here too the fuel reserves reaches a critical point, but after a longer time, by which the inner energy production drops down. The central temperature remains, but the energy production goes down. To obtain a new equilibrium with the losses the crust grows in thickness. Lower energy production gives
smaller convection resulting in lower temperature of the outer hot liquid layers. As the crust becomes thicker and the convection stream become smaller, the continental drift stops. Only stable volcanic ac-tivity remains possible. After some more time the further temperature fall brings a contraction with it, creating free spaces in the stiffening material.
Those free spaces will be filled up with gases (atmosphere) or cold liquids if temperatures become low enough (water). Even large free spaces can
collapse forming large and deep canyons. Finally the planet will stiffen up leaving a desolate planet with a landscape having great differences in height.
(example earth).
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1.2. The formation of planet

A planet like earth is an energetic very active body.
We see volcanism, by which large amounts of energy (heat, mass displacements) are released and lost forever. We see earthquakes and continents on the move that requires enormous amounts of energy, large amounts of energy consumption. We see the continuous magnetic field around the planet that is maintained in time. To realize and maintain such a magnetic field you need enormous amounts of ener-gy. So the question is, where does that energy come from, and what is the fuel.
When we have a pot with very warm water or with molten iron and we don’t add any energy, we will not have any form of convection, certainly if we don’t take into account the heat losses on the free top. If we take those losses into account, then there will be a very small convection of cooling top layers that will go downwards. However those layers will be replaced by other layers that will be a little bit cooler than the former ones. So the content of the pot will cool down and after a relative short time no energy will be left over. But if you put a source of heat under those pots,
energy is added on the bottom followed by a convec-tion stream upwards bringing energy to the surface.
So, where does this bring us for what concerns the energy balance of a planet (medium – large size).
A proto-planet is formed out of the ejected remnants of a giant star (via a super-nova). So the composition of that proto-planet is the same as those ejected remnants. The outer layers of the ejected star mass consist out of mostly light material such as H² and He, so planets made out of those materials will mostly be gaseous with no or small heavy core and travelling through space with high velocity as they are ejected during the super-nova-explosion at the highest velocity. Proto-planets made out of the material of the inner layers of the ejected star consist out of the same light material plus the heavier ones from the layers C, Mg , O, … , and Fe, plus the materials that were made during the supernova when the reaction
process on the star and its close environment was a witches cauldron producing all the elements we know. So those proto-planets have heavier core and travels at lower speed and are easier captured by host stars nearby. Those proto-planets are in the first stage very hot with a hot liquid core and a mixture of elements one trough another. In a first stage those planets start to cool while the elements are organizing themselves according known physical laws. The heaviest came in the center and the
lightest float on top. At the right pressure and tem-perature some of those heavier material began to fission producing energy in two forms: heat and
magnetic radiation. The amount of produced ener-gy depends of the amount of available “fuel” (captured during planet formation) as well of the relation pressure/ temperature in the core.
After a mid-long time the planet has cooled down enough to establish an equilibrium between the inner energy production and the energy losses on
the outside. In most cases a solid crust has been formed on the outside having an insulating function.
The thickness of that crust depends on that equilibrium. Low inner energy production results in a less powerful convection and a thick stable crust
and also a weak magnetic field. On those planets there will be no continental drift. A higher inner energy production results in a more powerful con-vection and a thin unstable crust and also a strong magnetic field. On those planets there will be con-tinental drift. For both types of planets we have a positive energetic balance. They will always emit more energy into space than they receive from their host star.
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1.1. The genesis of a solar system

The genesis of a solar (star) system as it is presented nowadays is according me wrong.
There are a lot of arguments against it that I could give you the one after the other, but I prefer to present you the substitute for it.
The basic mistake is that there is started from a dust cloud where in our sun (star) formed itself by sucking up most of the material. Out of the remaining (((after blowing away by that star of the hydrogen and helium), (the remaining is supposed to be the heavy material (in small rocks or dust) out which the current planets exist))) material disk, planets are formed by an until now
unknown mechanism.
I would say let’s go to reality. We all know that stars are formed and born in large clouds in great numbers and in groups and clusters.
We call them even star nurseries. As one of the examples we can take the Orion nebulae.
Within such clouds stars are formed in clusters of 2, 4, 6 or more stars and within such a cluster there is initially a complicated interaction that holds those stars together. They all rotate round a virtual continuous moving center.
As we don’t know the exact initial start position of the cluster where in our sun was born, we will present a docu-story how a star system is created and evolves.
The initial number of stars neither as their respective large, neither as their initial distance between has any essential influence in the outcome.

We start with a star cluster of 5 stars that has been formed in a great dust cloud and we call 1S = one solarmass. So we have star: A = 30S, B = 15S, C = 5S, D = 1S and E = 0,5S. The stars in the cluster are interacting with each other, by which of course the main star “A” dominates the interaction. Due to their mass
the star “A” burns extra rapid, “B” very rapid, “C” rapid, “D” normal (to our standards) and “E” slow (maybe it is in its ignition phase).
The surrounding dust cloud where in they are born , has been blown away by star winds and star radiation. The eventual heavier material that would have remained is due to the interaction fluctuation: or thrown away, or has fallen towards the stars and is then absorbed.
After several 10s of millions of years, star “A” has reached his final phase and goes into supernova. Characteristics of every explosion is that outer parts are blown away with the highest acceleration and that heavy material absorbing the same power
will have a lower acceleration. In the case of star “A” the outer shells have the lightest material (hydrogen and helium), while the inner shells have the heavier material (going up to iron).
During the supernova the explosive part of that star is like a witches cauldron where we can say all elements of the table of Mendeljev are formed in smaller and larger amounts. The outer shells are blown away at high speed , while the inner shells with the heavier material leaves the exploding star at lower speed. Some of the latter even falls backward into the black hole that is created.
At the same time the supernova creates a sudden and drastic disturbance in the unstable equilibrium of the interaction between the 5 stars of the cluster. The cluster falls apart. Some stars leave the cluster solo, others in pair. The light material
of star “A” from the outer shells passes those stars at high speed. Some of the heavier material of the inner shells passes the stars at the right velocity, so it can be captured in the gravity field of those escaping stars. Heavy material like iron (f.i.) clumps easier together once temperature gets low enough so that it becomes liquid. Those liquid balls collect in a first stage the heavy more liquid material and once big enough they suck
the more gassy material towards them. So within those systems the first proto-planets are formed. They are hot and liquid.
Back to our docu-story. The star “A” has exploded in a supernova.
As consequence star “B” and “D” leave the cluster as a twin star.
The distance between both stars becomes relatively large, but still star “D” orbits round star “B”. Star “C” and star “E” each leaves the cluster separately. All stars have known the passage of the material coming from the supernova. We now follow only the double star. They continue they way through
the galaxy as a double system.
Both are provided of hot proto-planets that are cooling down.
After maybe some 500 million years we have the following situation. The proto-planets orbiting star “D” and “B” have cooled down a lot. A crust has been formed. The heaviest materials has sunk to the middle. The crust isolates the proto-planets and makes that almost an equilibrium is obtained between the energy losses at the outside and the energy production at the inner-side.
At the same time star “B” reaches his final stage and goes on his turn over in a supernova phase. Proto-planets and star material are blown away as well as the second star system together with its star “D”. Now Star “D” too goes his own way.
The passages of the material coming from star “B” after its explosion, is smaller in amount ( as the star was smaller and the distance between both greater).
However impacts leave their tracks on the existing proto-planets. If proto-planets or remains of them coming from star “B” cross the system of “D”, collisions may happen resulting in the worst case: in the destruction of already existing proto-planets, creating asteroids.
After time a new equilibrium is reached as well in the system as on the planets. Both, the system as well as the planets start their evolution. The evolution of the system is determined and
commonly well known.
The evolution of the planets not.
This one is determined by the greatness and the composition of the planet.I will not elaborate about this subject now as it would
load the package. It is also new stuff and it explains
a lot of current situations in our solar system.
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Recorded June 9 2016. Planet X. Nibiru is approaching and will cause destruction across Earth. As evidence for a Planet X in our solar system grows, a 30-year old theory about mass extinctions on Earth is resurfacing.
Mystery of this planet has now deepened after an expert in the US has claimed this planet could have provoked comet showers that caused mass extinctions on Earth.
#space #nibiru #discovery #planet #mystery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlcWyAcDl50

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Good interstellar travel with music on the piano
Moon dust that pass through time and space ...
Good listening and good interstellar travel

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