COROLLARY THEOREMS: "reality is never what it appears to be."

Andromeda is our sister Galaxy [about two times bigger than Milky-Way] in our "local group of Galaxies"--there are 30 Galaxies in our local group. For a few billion years Andromeda is colliding with a dwarf Galaxy named M32, and that collision causes a few strange phenomena.

Read this article at, and also our article A2.

[Fragment from "Global Picture in News" October 19, 2006. © Corollary Theorems Ltd.]


Negating NegationsThe Negating Negations philosophical method of Dialectic Investigation works this way. We have concluded in A22 that the science we know today is not going to help us achieve interstellar travel technologies--ever! That represents a first negation, and it is a very good, promising step ahead. Next, if our science cannot help us reach  our goals, it means that we are on the wrong track; we need another perspective, in opposition to the actual one (the second negation). The problem is, where should we look for the right (or better) theorems . . .

By performing multiple negations, in an iterative process, we could reach valuable considerations. The Negating Negations philosophical method is only one component into a much more powerful investigative process named Dialectics--please read our previous articles on this subject.

So, we know we have to build a new set of Physics-Mathematics Models representing our reality in order to push the development of our science to further heights. We have seen in A22 that we also "need" another Universe, named the Subatomic, and part of it should contain Primordial Energies. We have to apologize here, because in previous articles we used the name of Primary Energies. We refer to the same thing--both names are used in our SF books. We therefore do the same thing here, in order to convey the message to you: it is the idea that matters, not the format, or the names used.

Of course, naming something is not sufficient; we have to explain a little those Primary Energies [or Primordial Energies], because they are extremely important. Now, no matter how we use it, the term "energy" is not the right one, because those Primary Energies are not energies. They are "something" capable of generating multiple forms of energies in the Atomic Universe. In order to do that, Primary Energies group themselves into (a minimum of) three of them together for each type of atomic component, force, or quantum, in our Atomic Universe. In our SF books you could discover the term "layer" for one type of Primary Energy. One Primary Energy layer is the same one for all atomic particles (in Atomic Universe), or forces, using that particular Primary Energy.

Dialectic InvestigationNow, the great question is: "Why do we need to group three Primary Energies together?" As mentioned, those Primary Energies are not energies; however, they hide inside forces that are way greater than anything we could imagine. The terrible atomic fission and fusion processes are little puffs in comparison. However, those incredible Subatomic Primary Energies have absolutely no way to interact with each other inside the Subatomic.

GREEN LEAF RPicture this: inside the Subatomic the Primary Energies are totally inert to one another, and all the Physics Laws we know are completely different there--even time has a different nature. Now, before pushing those Primary Energies to do anything in the Atomic Universe, we need a safe mechanism to contain those terrible powers. One single Primary Energy capable of generating energy in the Atomic Universe is not acceptable, because there is no way to control it. A group of two Primary Energies is again not quite adequate, because the control mechanism is very poor. We need a moderator mechanism for proper control--we shall detail this topic later.

Three Primary Energies is the minimum necessary to achieve a satisfactory safe control, and the adequate separation of those terrible Primary Energies. Sure, they could be grouped into more than three, but we do not want to speculate on that structure because we intend to keep things as simple as possible.

Fact is, we know we lost about 3/4 of the readers by now, but there is nothing we can do about it. The Subatomic, Primary Energies, and the Certitude Factors are such fantastic notions (for us, today) that it is incredibly difficult to explain them in a more comprehensible manner. However, please rest assured that in MERCY and in THREE STORIES FROM HILSA'N TASSA GALAXY the explanations are way more thorough, and far better exemplified.


Right! Three is the minimum necessary number needed to regroup Primary Energies in order to do anything in our Atomic Universe, and we know that NATURE (or the GREAT CREATOR) doesn't waste anything when building something--therefore, they have to be three. Now, all atomic particles are "built" out of those Primary Energies. Once they become matter--this is only for us, in the Atomic Universe side--Primary Energies are able to interact with each other: this last type of interaction creates true energies inside the Atomic Universe.

RED LEAFWhat we present here is only the Global Picture. We are greatly tempted to start detailing many particular aspects, and it is very difficult to restrain ourselves; however, at this moment, detailing those things would be a mistake. Anyway, let's try to sharpen a bit the Global Picture of those Primary Energies.

The Subatomic is a sort of a "pool" of Primary Energies. There is no space there. Time exists, only it has other values (or nature) than the time we know in the Atomic Universe. There is no matter, because matter appears only after the interactions of (minimum) three Primary Energies. Yeah, we know, this should be detailed even further because the picture is still too foggy.

The new question is: "Why do three Primary Energies interact to form the atomic components?" Primary Energies are totally "inert"; they are only some sort of containers of terrible forces, and this representation is sufficient for their purpose: they are just THE MEANS. In order to force them in an intelligent and controlled way to create our Atomic Universe, another mechanism is needed: we named it, the Certitude Factors. One Certitude Factor will "coerce" three Primary Energies to group themselves together and form one atomic component. Sure, it is possible there are three Certitude Factors involved in that process, but this time the action and the need has one function only: this is, pushing Primary Energies to form atomic particles. Therefore, we could safely work with only one Certitude Factor for each particle (or quantum), in the Atomic Universe.

We are certain that, by now, you have noticed the flow:

1. Certitude Factors "push" Primary Energies into action;
2. Primary Energies group themselves to create atomic matter;
3. atomic matter liberates true energies into our Atomic Universe.

That flow of . . . [we cannot name this flow appropriately, at this time, therefore we will leave it as just "The Flow"; after publishing more SF books, we shall develop each of these aspects/notions to sharper details] represents the basis of the Universal Imbalance Principle.

Wow! This is indeed very difficult! We need to explain the nature of the Certitude Factors, and then the Fundamental Reasons that generate The Flow. However, we will have to leave that for happier days, because the ideas we have presented here already require a long time for a proper digestion; besides, we must publish our next generation of SF books first.

Once we finish explaining the entire process (The Flow), we should start everything from the very beginning again, in an iterative process, and then we are going to explore again particular details. That should happen in our next Amazing Articles.


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