Viewing The Universe Through The Eye Of The Atom: The Atom-like Model Universe
Byran C Russell
In the Atom-like Model, the boundaries of the Universe are indispensable and fundamental. But they are not discussed in modern science. They are not even considered. Yet we know that anything created cannot be infinite. And if the Universe is not infinite, it must have boundaries. But the task of distinguishing between the Universe and its boundaries is not a simple one.
Man’s view of the Universe is never clear; it has been always distorted by the warping of space through the gravity of the preponderant distribution of the masses of matter.
The gigantic sizes of the masses of matter also distort one’s view of the Universe. The Sun’s motion does not make it any easier for us, neither the Earth’s nor the Moon’s. When the astronauts were on the Moon on July 20, 1969, they saw the Earth directly above the Moon. But normally we see the Moon above the Earth, for the basic reason that the Universe lies in a horizontal position. Certainly, the view we have of the Universe is greatly distorted. This makes even the idea of boundaries impossible.
We need a new kind of mechanism by which to view the Universe that will make it real, just as it is in reality. Let us think of an imaginary table with all the stars in the Universe. Imagine yourself sitting at this table. You will see all the stars in a horizontal position from any position you view them, a view of the Galactic Plane. From thereon, the idea of boundaries will seem not only marvelous but most likely. This is also a better way to grasp the immensity of the Universe.
Looking at the Universe from the Earth or from any other vantage point, one will see the warping of space caused by the mass of the Earth or by another vantage point from which one views the Universe. The warping of space gives a distorted view and prevents one from seeing the Universe in its horizontal position. Therefore it makes even the idea of boundaries impossible.
One can understand why no one, heretofore, attempted to explore the boundaries. This is the first time, to my knowledge, an attempt has been made. Quite frankly, enough is not known of the Universe due to its immensity. The estimate of its galaxies keeps changing from time to time. The most recent estimate is between 250,000,000,000 to 500,000,000,000. The fact is that there is still no accurate estimate. Then how could anyone even attempt to describe its boundaries?
However, herein we build our attempt on the premise that anything created cannot be infinite, though immense as could be. Therefore anything created must have limits whether or not they are known or described. In this chapter, we have compared the contents of matter, their arrangements and functions with the arrangements and functions of the subatomic particles of The Atom.
We must emphasize that the observable space is filled with all the contents of matter herein considered. External to these contents of the matter is the curvature of darkness encircling them. This curvature of darkness is as immense as the Universe itself. It has the properties to create a repelling electromagnetic force indispensable to the order and function of the Universe. Indeed, it is a factor in the firmament, the weightlessness of outer space. Since it permeates the Universe from every possible direction, it provides the counterbalance to Universal Gravitation Attraction.
The boundaries are marked by both the curvature of thick darkness and the repelling magnetic force. This third cosmic force prevents all contents of matter, including light, from escaping and going beyond. On the other hand, the state of weightlessness of the Universe extends to the point of the boundaries, which makes it more difficult for any mass of matter to escape.
There are other points of emphasis such as the IMPARTATION of LIFE by The Creator, The Fall, The Efficacy of Redemption, The Replacement of the present Universe by the creation of a new Universe, and The Future Eternity. Sin will be barred from the Future Eternity.
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