|Wireframe Torus with Zero Point Center|
|Toroidal forces and flows|
When the torus is small, it governs atomic forces, including electromagnetic energy and gravity.
When the torus is large, it both gathers and feeds large astronomical structures with the same electromagnetic forces and gravity.
|The "bubbles" and "halos" show where the torus is|
Today's article was prompted by the discovery of super-massive structures that appear to tie the entire universe together. Scientists do not know how, but they now must admit that the data shows that a jiggle on one side of the universe causes a corresponding jiggle somewhere else in the universe, as if they were somehow connected by gigantic invisible filaments.
A series of articles in Vice by science writer Becky Ferreira clearly outlines numerous puzzling phenomena--from super-massive universal structures and energetic galactic bubbles, to the increasing possibility of a closed, spherical universal space as opposed to the standard model of a flat, infinite space. Scientist are both baffled and challenged as they attempt to find a cosmic model to account for these new observations.
The clues to the solution are already imbedded in the language used to describe their findings, for they all refer to "bubbles," "spheres," "balloons," and "halos." These are other words for the torus shape and dynamics.
All of these puzzles can be explained by picturing the universe as a closed, toroidal system, with a super-massive torus sitting at both the center and enveloping all of space at its outside boundary. Moreover, this super-massive torus has been slowly growing larger (the expanding universe) as energetic forces continue to enter space from the middle. In my Simple Explanation, the big bang occurred at the center of an outflowing black hole, which continues to push matter outward into the closed space of the growing torus that surrounds it.
My theory also suggests the presence of miniscule toruses seeded throughout space, bringing energy and anti-entropic organization at the tiny atomic level.
Whether tiny or gigantic, the toruses look the same and perform the same functions, just at smaller and larger scales.
If you would like to picture this and demonstrate the forces for yourself, you may take an ordinary slinky toy and fasten its two ends into the donut shape of a torus. You will find that when you touch any part of the slinky-torus, the entire structure jiggles. If you push on any wire in the slinky-torus so that it rotates toward the center, the entire slinky-torus rotates toward the center.
In this slinky-donut model, if you push a wire downward into the center hole, all wires push downward into the center hole, making an inflow of energy, as in a black hole. This inflow direction is the energetic basis of gravity. From the bottom side of this experiment, the wires flow outward and back around the outside of the torus to the top. This outflow direction is the manner by which electromagnetic and other energetic forces are pushed into this universe. The outflow direction is organizational, informative, and anti-entropic. Scale is irrelevant; they are all the same torus.
You may read my entire series of 30+ toroidal articles by going to the "Topical Index" tab on the Simple Explanation blog and finding the "Toroidal Forces" section.