Date: Saturday, July 22, 2006 @ 21:46:24 GMT
Dr. Jack Sarfatti writes: From my new book Star Gate under construction 1
Star Gate - Commentaries on The New Physics for the 21st Century
Jack Sarfatti, Ph.D., Theoretical Physics, University of California
Everyone thought that gravity universally attracts everything to each
other until very recently when astronomers discovered dark energy at
the beginning of the 21st Century.
The dark energy is a very weak universally repelling cosmic field on large scales that causes the rate of expansion of three-dimensional space to speed up, to accelerate, rather than to slow down, to decelerate, as everyone mistakenly thought.
The discovery of the cosmic dark energy is like the discovery of the shape of the blackbody radiation spectrum at the beginning of the 20th Century.
The fact that the radiated energy of the blackbody radiation decreased with increasing frequency caused Max Planck to begin to invent quantum theory.
The classical physics of Maxwell’s electromagnetic field theory broke down for blackbody radiation because it wrongly predicted an absurd infinity. The very cold Cosmic Black Body Radiation (CMBR) filling the three-dimensional space of our expanding accelerating universe today is important evidence that there was a hot Big Bang at the creation of our local pocket universe in the Megaverse Cosmic Landscape of parallel pocket universes suggested by the theory of eternal chaotic inflation describing the cold moment before the hot Big Bang - first Ice then Fire! How come the pre-Big Bang pocket universe was cold with small entropy? That’s a happy coincidence needed to understand the “Arrow of Time” of the irreversible aging leading to our mortal deaths of the Second Law of Thermodynamics.
Why do we get older as our pocket universe’s 3D space expands? The answer seems to be that advanced signal nonlocality from the far future reaches back to the initial inflationary quantum vacuum phase transition to lower its thermodynamic entropy. More on this later in the book.
This idea is similar to the Islamic Sufi concept of "Tauhid" according to Dr. Robert Dickson Crane.