Black Holes – Mother Stars

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The First Law of Thermodynamics

The First Law of Thermodynamics (in its most narrow interpretation) states that energy can neither be created nor destroyed, only interconverted from one preexisting physical form into another.   The inherent flaw of this interpretation is that it presumes that the physical universe operates as an isolated system, devoid of any inputs from or outputs to some state “beyond” or “outside” of the physical universe.  Physicists have no proof that their assumption is correct; they simply believe it is correct.  Because of this, they have created the mess that astronomy currently is in with its inability to effectively explain energetic phenomena being seen throughout the universe.

Although the narrow interpretation of the First Law may work well for explaining the workings of refrigerator appliances, it fails miserably when applied to matter and energy creation phenomena we see taking place in the cosmos.   Here, very small departures from perfect energy conservation (far too small to measure in the laboratory) can produce very large scale effects such as supernovae or galactic core explosions.

Subquantum kinetics proposes that we adopt a broad interpretation of the First Law, one that admits to the existence of an active subquantum etheric realm, one that underlies the quantum physical level of matter, energy and fields and which is the matrix which composes such entities.  Furthermore it supposes that the etheron components making up this etheric medium maintain a continual state of reaction and diffusion activity which continually generates and maintains the form of our physical universe.  The physical universe is then no longer viewed as a closed system, but as an open system, whose very existence depends on the continuing activity of the subquantum realm.  So, by realizing that this underlying ether exists and functions as an open system, we may resolve the mystery of where the energy comes from that powers galactic core explosions, planets, stars, and “free energy devices”. Like all open systems, the transmuting ether is able under certain circumstances to spontaneously generate subatomic particles (e.g., neutrons) out of emerging zero-point energy fluctuations which has the added bonus of explaining how the physical universe came into being in the first place.   See the cosmology page for more on this.

The First Law, then, might be more broadly reframed as stating that the total system, this higher dimensional subquantum matrix (which generates the quantum universe within its totality, operates in a conservative fashion, but that when one considers just part of this totality, namely the physical universe with its physical matter and energy quanta, this observable subset may often function in a nonconservative manner.  This argument may be more easily understood with the aid of diagrams that represent the higher dimensional extent of the ether and its relation to the physical universe. Such more detailed explanations may be found in the books Genesis of the Cosmos and Subquantum Kinetics.