Omega Zero;
The Influence of the Future on Evolution
Gevin Giorbran
March 3, 2004
Abstract
In considering the recent discovery that cosmological expansion is accelerating
at an everincreasing rate toward the extreme physics of absolute zero, science
is understandably at a loss for conceptual representation of the distant future.
Cosmology is in an unprecedented adjustment period since the absolute zero
future we are being forced to consider was previously ruled impossible. Part one
of this essay considers the consequences of admitting absolute zero as a
possible state in the partition of states considered available to the evolution
of spacetime, and considers reasons why reaching zero might be the overall
objective of time. In investigating the role of zero within the set of all
possible states we recognize that if the direction of time is indeed aimed at
zero, then the second law of thermodynamics is too simple to explain time�s
arrow. Part two, in considering how an absolute zero state fits into an
orderdisorder gradient, proposes the central theme of the paper, a theory that
there are two opposing types of order present in nature, rather than simply
order and disorder, a step which directly challenges the second law in a general
way not considered previously. The concrete discovery of two orders resolves
into focus a major conceptual shift first advocated in western science by
physicist David Bohm. It exposes a supreme state in physical reality and leads
to a teleological model of cosmological and biological evolution. In support of
this shift, part three presents a surprising switch in mathematical modality,
what one reader referred to as God�s math, where positive and negative numbers,
or matter and antimatter, are understood to combine rather than cancel, making
absolute zero a unified whole value, rather than nothing. This essay introduces
several valuable and highly thought provoking fundamental concepts which, like
the anthropic principle prior to 1974, have not yet been explored in mainstream
science.
Omega Zero; The Influence of the Future on Cosmic Evolution (PDF
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The Omega Zero of Accelerating Expansion
Gevin
Giorbran
January 24, 2004
Abstract
The recent discovery that cosmological expansion is accelerating at an
everincreasing rate leads to new and intriguing questions concerning the
application of the second law of thermodynamics to explain time�s arrow,
particularly questions regarding the influence of ordered and disordered states
in the later stages of cosmological evolution. In considering the past course of
time since the big bang and the current increasing momentum of time toward the
extreme physics of absolute zero, part one of this essay investigates the role
zero plays within the set of all possible states and considers reasons why
reaching zero might be the overall objective of time. In concluding that
mainstream science shortsightedly fails to acknowledge zero in the partition of
states considered available to the evolution of spacetime, this article
presents five modifications to Boltzmann�s modeling which result from admitting
absolute zero as a possible state. In considering how an absolute zero state
fits into an orderdisorder gradient, part two proposes the central theme of the
paper, a theory that there are two opposing types of order present in nature,
rather than simply order and disorder, a step which directly challenges the
second law in a general way not considered previously. In support of this major
conceptual shift, part three presents a surprising switch in mathematical
modality, what one reader referred to as God�s math, where positive and negative
numbers, or matter and antimatter, are understood to combine rather than
cancel, making absolute zero a unified whole value, rather than nothing. The aim
of this essay is to introduce several valuable and highly thought provoking
fundamental concepts which, like the anthropic principle prior to 1974, have not
yet been explored in mainstream science.
The Omega Zero of Accelerating
Expansion (html only)
Part
One: The Aggregate Structure of Probability Space
Part Two: Introducing Two Opposing Types of Order
Part Three: Symmetry Mathematics
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From August 1, 2003
Modeling the
Aggregate Structure of Configuration Space
These articles
present the most convincing argument made against the anthropic principle as a
cosmology. While sharing the supposition
that all possibilities exist, this work explains a cosmological model that
indicates our universe is the standard of all possible universes.
I. Admitting Absolute Zero into Configuration
Space
PDF (328KB)
Abstract
Cosmologists are presently exploring and debating the end product of
accelerating expansion, and it may be that we collectively have yet to consider
adequately its consequence on how we generally view reality.
With supernova and background radiation measurements indicating a crossover from
decelerating to accelerating expansion, and with the most recent measurements of
the negative pressure to energy density ratio approaching the critical density
where a dark energy density increases with time (w < 1), this paper considers the role which absolute zero plays within the set of
all possible states. I shall present five modifications to how we
presently model aggregate state space which result from integrating absolute
zero into the
orderdisorder scale.
II: Establishing Two Opposing Types of Order
PDF (124KB)
III: The
Hidden Properties of a Four Dimensional
Flat Space
PDF (135KB)
Related Material:
IV: God's Math; The Mathematics of Symmetry Order
(PDF
147KB)
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Modeling the Macrocosmic Structure of State Space
I. Introducing Absolute Zero into the Aggregate
Set of All Possible States
II: Defining Two Opposing Types of Order
III: A Four Dimensional
Flat Space
IV: God's Math; The Mathematics of Symmetry Order
Previous Version
from February 5, 2001
On Modeling the Macrocosmic Structure of State Space
Abstract
I: On temporal and spatial
boundaries; radical extremes of gravity, space, and time
can be included in any
conceptual understanding of all possible states to establish a boundary
system and thus a definite model of states infinite between radical polar extremes.
II: Defining the Two
Opposing Types of Order
III: On the problem of
timelessness, four dimensional space, convergence
toward absolute flat space,
positive and negative volume, and the unified state.
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Positive and Negative Volume of Multispatiality
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is Space
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Arrow of Many Directions
Zero
is not Nothing and Flat Space is not Empty
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