by Jim Mash
Last Updated 21/11/2017
Fluid Energy Theory
An entirely new theory based upon energy being a real substance

The creation of matter

Current theories   FET

According to the big bang theory most of the matter that exists today was created instantly and out of nothing at the moment of the big bang. To justify this with the conservation of energy it is claimed that equal amounts of matter and antimatter were created at the same time and that very rapidly antimatter reunited with matter and disappeared but somehow left behind all the matter that now exists.

Despite searching for antimatter none has been found although it has been inferred in some experiments.

 

FET says that energy has always existed and will always exist and the only changes that have occurred over time are the conversions of energy between its various states.

Its initial state may have been the fluid form spread uniformly throughout the universe.

The centripetal forces of the first whirlpools that formed would have compressed the fluid energy within them into its solid form thereby creating the first particles, neutrons and at the same time the emergence of the gravitational force. These whirlpools would have grown over billions of years until they reached a critical size when they flipped into a stable state known as a hydrogen atom, i.e. a core of solid energy with its attached fluid electron energy.

According to FET this is the only type of matter that exists.

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