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3/28/2018 06:52 AM

 

We live in an ocean of energy. Energy is all around us and inside of us. We are in fact all energy.

Let us first talk about the sun because it is the most visible source of most energy in our planet.

 

The sun provides for life on our planet.

 

We see the sun as one major source of this ocean, emitting enormous energy every second.

 

The energy is tremendous. “The power flux reaching the top of the Earth’s atmosphere is about 1400 Watts/m2” according to ©Copyright 2003 Carnegie Mellon University at   http://environ.andrew.cmu.edu/m3/s2/02sun.shtml

 

 

Is there a chance that the sun will burn out?  Scientist calculated  the possibility by  using the equivalence of mass and energy and the results was in range of a couple of billion years. Yes, according to NASA,  the sun existed  “for about 4 and a half billion years, it has burnt up about half of the hydrogen in its core. This leaves the Sun’s life expectancy to 5 billion more years, at which time, the Sun’s elements will “swell” up, swallow Earth, and eventually die off into a small white dwarf.” [ https://www-istp.gsfc.nasa.gov/istp/outreach/workshop/thompson/facts.html].

 

So we still have enough time to figure out to jump to another solar system just in case it does.

 

 

Switch off the sun? Without this energy we will all freeze in the vast dark space. Just how cold is space?  It’s  minus 455 degrees Fahrenheit according to SPACE.com Staff at  https://www.space.com/14719-spacekids-temperature-outer-space.html

 

If you travel far out away from all, the temperature can be  2.7 Kelvin or -270.45 Celsius according to

Mr.  Fraser Cain (Updated: 16 Mar , 2017) of  https://www.universetoday.com/77070/how-cold-is-space/

 

The sun appear to be the exact opposite of the silence dark space which is also filled with dark energy. I imagine the sun like a crest in a water wave. If we consider the sun as the positive crest of that wave, then somewhere in the depth of  space must be another spot which is the negative crest of energy.

 

Consistent with the wave phenomena of energy, we can see that  the universe must be oscillating like  interconnected springs and also just like the vast ocean of salt water, constantly moving, restlessly sending energy waves from one point to another without end.

 

Why I believe this is the case?

From what we can observe, the galaxies out there are being held in place by some unseen hand, keeping it together like coffee in a cup. If this situation were not so, the whole gamut of galaxies would fly away from each other.

 

However, the contrary is true. Instead, there are galaxies which are colliding. And most galaxies move in a spiral direction like the action of a tornado or a storm. There is a void in the middle and all parts are synchronized, traveling in harmony through the spiral.

 

Randy Powell explained how such power can be modelled  with his Vortex Math. You can watch his simplified explanation of this power model as a toroid  on YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pvuTZ5u6Kg.

 

In essence, the model for the toroidal system  use a simple circle and on that circle, you can plot the position of the number from 1 to 9, the zero is not considered a number. We will devote a special discussion on this exciting idea about the toroidal math in future article soon.

 

 

Continuing on our discussion, we visualize that there is no end to energy and life in the universe. Energy simply transforms from one type to another and life itself is energy. The whole of what we are is in essence energy. This will be another topic that we will discuss at length in another article.

 

 

By the way, NASA is inviting people from around the world to submit their names online to be placed on a microchip aboard NASA’s historic Parker Solar Probe mission that is planned to be launched this summer 2018. It is expected that the Solar Probe.

If you are interested in this, you can follow this link: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2018/public-invited-to-come-aboard-nasa-s-first-mission-to-touch-the-sun , March 6, 2018, Public Invited to Come Aboard NASA’s First Mission to Touch the Sun.

 

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