Initial Quantization and Kinetic Energy Event(s)

To form those known elementary particles and higher matter and their properties that were identified earlier, MC Physics proposes an earliest set of Universe events (collectively possibly the ‘Big Bang’?) that quantized CHARGE into mono-charges and gave those newly created mono-charges very high kinetic energy. That initial event(s) was followed by sequential kinetic energy cooling trends over the life of the Universe (by space expansion and mono-charge joinings) to our current, calm and cool time. All matter formation followed, and still follows, the F-SCoTt processes over the cooling life of the Universe.

The earliest (initial or Time=0) physical Universe structure or architecture consisted of SPACE, TIME, CHARGE (intrinsic potential ENERGY), and FORCE (collectively called the ‘STEF Universe Architecture’).  All relationships between those most basic Universe Elements were already in place. From that point in time on, the theorized order of events and results required to get our known matter were:

1)      The existing, most basic, unified and static CHARGE was quantized or split into two charge types (positive and negative, by convention) of equal charge strengths. This assumes that the Universe and its CHARGE were originally charge neutral and that type quantization or split was exactly equal;

2)      The total charge strength of each charge type was then unevenly quantized into individual ‘mono-charges’, each with a singular given charge strength of its charge type (positive or negative). Note that the term ‘electrostatic’ or ‘electric charge’ is not utilized, as that suggests a specific narrow range of charge strengths, when a broader range of strengths is needed to fit all matter and forces known. The range of mono-charge strengths ranged from those seeding black holes to below photonic. This uneven or statistically skewed quantization event resulted in those general distribution trends mentioned in the earlier existing matter properties section. Further that they were more specifically statistically quantized with perturbations as - discrete (narrow bands of strengths and/or unevenly continuous, as described in the viXra paper.

3)      Those newly quantized mono-charges were then caused to have very high, even relativistic, velocities, causing a very high kinetic energy earliest Universe. The force causing those very high mono-charge accelerations and velocities is theorized to have been repel charge forces caused by an initial and temporarily over-compressing of the space between mono-charges past their ‘near-charge force inversion’ barrier (attraction converted into repulsion force point), since event 2 immediately preceded this event, meaning that events 2 and 3 are probably intertwined.

To fit the known properties of matter discussed earlier, that initial uneven or statistically skewed distribution of mono-charge strengths within each charge type caused general mono-charge strength distribution trends of:

·         negative charge types having a slightly more predominantly weaker charge strength distribution of more weak and fewer strong mono-charges;

·         positive charge types having a slightly more predominately stronger charge strength distribution of more strong and fewer weak mono-charges.

More refined perturbations of those uneven charge strength general distributions from the quantization process may have been due to coupling with a resonance vibration effect causing patterned interferences of discrete charge strengths.  The uneven continuous charge strength distribution may be similar to the impact of a hammer on a high tensile metal or glass plate- highly fractured smaller pieces (weaker charge strengths) near the point of impact, but wider and larger (i.e. stronger charge strength) pieces further away from the point of impact.

Also, both the uneven discrete band and the uneven continuous strength outcomes are ‘driven’ by attraction-charge force neutralization to require an inordinate large number of weaker opposite-type charge strengths, called ‘consumption’ in MC Physics F-SCoTt process terms. That neutralization process is required to make the recognized elemental particles and matter as the Universe aged and cooled in stages. Therefore ‘consumption’ must be taken into account in the original uneven distribution in the Universe aging and cooling process to obtain the existing matter properties identified previously.

Figures 1 and 2 show one possible continuous, but uneven or skewed, distribution or population of those initial quantized mono-charges, specifically to meet the listed properties of the sub-atomic particles and matter we see around us today.  It also accounts for the ‘consumption’ of weaker charges, as discussed earlier. Figure 1 shows a specific population or frequency of the mono-charges of each charge type holding a given charge strength, as a part of the full Universe’s total charge strengths. Figure 2, also with the vertical axis unscaled, shows the strength distribution of mono-charges within each charge type of the total charge with each type, which makes the variations required to get the desired particle properties more evident.

Figure 1.  Mono-Charge Distribution over the Full Range of Charge Strengths for their Charge Type

Due to that last high kinetic energy impulse stage in the earliest Universe, the earliest Universe contained only a ‘soup’ of very high kinetic energy mono-charges of those various unevenly distributed charge strengths of their charge type, where no charges of any strength could stably join together. As that earliest high KE Universe slowly cooled, it allowed only the most stable joinings of opposite charge type mono-charges to occur in each progressive step.  Any weaker joinings were destroyed by the other high kinetic energy mono-charges and charged particles at each KE step as the Universe aged and cooled, until we obtain the matter we see today. That means that matter formation started on the far right side in both Figures 1 and 2 with the strongest mono-charge strengths of both types. As the Universe aged and cooled, the possible joinings moved leftward in the figures toward weaker charge strengths and subsequent weaker joined particles and matter. The current cool and calm Universe age we are in now is at the far left on those figures.

The slight variations shown in Figure 1 for population in the total CHARGE strength and amplified in Figure 2 over just each charge type, are required to obtain the dominant charge type and strengths needed for the elemental particles and their properties listed previously, utilizing the disproportionate “consumption” theory of weaker opposite mono-charges required to make dominant strong charges become overall charge neutralized.  The strongest positive mono-charges (far right in both Figures 1 and 2) dominated the early Universe joinings after some cooling, allowing their stable joinings with many, many strong, but still weaker, negative type mono-charges. Those earliest joinings formed immensely strong and still highly charged particles are theorized to have seeded the formation of black holes (BHs), and then large dense Stars.

Figure 2.  Mono-Charge Distribution or Population within each Charge Type over the Known Range of Charge Strengths

That early Universe’s disproportionate consumption of many weaker negative mono-charges for those fewer, very strong positive mono-charges caused a large gap in the available strong negative mono-charges, down into the early quark particle strength level.  At cooler KE and lower required charge strength levels, no strong positive charges remained and negative charge domination began in that cooler Universe forming weaker late quark particles down through the elemental electron particle strength level.  Then that consumption required another switch back to positive domination for very weak and overall charge neutral elemental neutrino particles, and back again to form negative dominated, very weak, but overall charge neutral elemental photon particles. Mono-charge strengths much lower than our known photonic mono-charges are also most likely to exist and play a part of our physical Universe, as seen in refined charge neutralization of matter and heat transfer effects.