Cosmogony demands we satisfy conservation laws, but just how do we get something from nothing?
A logical answer comes from my geometric theory analogous to simplexes, and the self dual nature this entails. Rather than struggle with nothing becoming something, we can imagine that our Universe (overall) is equivalent to nothingness. Energy amongst other quantities we have to conserve is simply a consequence of our reference frame of observation.
If we measured a wave moving at the speed of light from a radio antenna in direction x, we’d observe c. If we observed it at direction –x we’d also get c. The average of the two would be zero (x-x); no energy. Observe the whole Universe from every point and we’d get real nothingness. All quantum states would cancel out completely. At the pre-Big Bang singularity the Universe was in this state – where everything that now exists was at a single point.
Because of the expansion we observe differences. I suggest these are due to inherent geometric properties of the complete pre-Big Bang nothingness itself.
Through simplexes we can show equivalency as we move up from nothingness’s zero dimensional space, through 1 dimension’s line segment, 2 dimension’s triangle to 3 dimension’s tetrahedron. In other words, we can rearrange nothingness to get familiar 3 dimensional space.
My theory proposes nothingness conserves itself while giving us Universes with mass, energy, and space-time. Furthermore the theory reproduces all the standard model particles and shows a mechanism for electromagnetic interaction, as well as relative mass relationships between the Electron, Proton and Neutron. What is remarkable is that there is a self evident mechanism for Black Hole formation via Neutron Stars; simply the self dual nature of the tetrahedron. Hence reducing back to zero dimensional space!