Enlightenment: A Theory Regarding Interactions of Space, Time, Matter

  • Nature has no beginning and no end.
  • Nature has no limiting boundaries.
  • The cosmic wind is infinite and eternal.
  • Cosmic particles are near infinitesimal in volume and mass.
  • Cosmic particles move in straight lines and may collide with other matter.
  • Cosmic particles move randomly through space and other matter in all directions.
  • Cosmic particles travel randomly over a limited range of speeds.
  • Quadrillions of cosmic particles traverse the head of a pin at any instant of time.
  • The cosmic wind delivers kinetic energy of cosmic particles to all atomic matter.
  • The cosmic wind delivers momentum of cosmic particles to all atomic matter.
  • Gravitation is the acceleration applied to matter by the cosmic wind.
  • The omnidirectional cosmic wind accelerates every body of matter toward every other body of matter.
  • Galaxies have evolved over an extremely long history of exposure to the cosmic wind.
  • The history of bodies puts them in trajectories that make collisions extremely rare.
  • Star trajectories within a galaxy give the illusion of a massive body at the center.
  • Similar natural elements are created in all galaxies as they survive the cosmic wind environment.
  • Particles of the cosmic wind enter and refresh all atoms of the infinite cosmos.
  • Atomic nuclei expel surplus matter in the form of "heat carrier particles".
  • Heat carrier particles compose and energize atmospheres around the atomic nuclei.
  • A function of electrons is to accelerate and expel surplus heat carrier particles from atoms.
  • The kinetic energy of heat carrier particles radiated into space corresponds to heat and light ("electromagnetic" phenomena)
  • Internal heat of a large body is derived from kinetic energy of cosmic particles (related to volume of the body).
  • Radiated heat of a large body is from near the surface (related to surface area of the body).
  • Larger bodies retain more of the internal heat according to the ratio of volume to surface area (i.e. radius of the body).
  • Light is radiated in the form of sequences of heat carrier particles that have been accelerated and released by electrons.
  • Atoms of magnetic materials may function as "pumps" of heat carrier particles, thereby facilitating magnetic phenomena.
  • Heat carrier particles that have been launched into space at various velocities are influenced by the acceleration vectors of the cosmic wind.