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Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

The Beginning of Life on Earth

Neil deGrasse Tyson questions how life on earth began.


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Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey: The Beginning of Life on Earth


Neil deGrasse Tyson questions how life on earth began.


Gangadharan Pulingat
Gangadharan Pulingat

The scientific article pertaining the beginning of life on earth is a very interesting subject that has selected by natgeo in this pages and the pictures are highly informative and interesting.  More pictures and articles understandable to ordinary readers who are not specially educated in the subject is also a necessity of the time for giving general information to the readers. 

Георги Кънев
Георги Кънев

Nice issue, but with some objections: First of all, why you don’t consider the following phenomenon when review the live evolution on the Earth, namely the increasing of the mass of proton end in slightly less extension of electron from the birth place of the Sun in the center of our galaxy (where these particles was only one sort – proto particles) during of its movement towards the periphery of the galaxy and how the changing of the features of such atoms like a building bloc of proteins, changes the features of the live molecules themselves? But first let see the next:

So as I said the beginning particle in the center of our galaxy – proto particle it is a very young galaxy from the subspace, which because of the thickening of the micro cosmos and expansion of the macro cosmos of our space where is situated our galaxy, gradually form the three stable particles in our space: proton, electron and neutrino. During the movement of the Sun towards the periphery of our galaxy the proton and electron become heavier and the neutrino becomes lighter. If we sink in the space of this proto particle and become part of it we can see galaxy with very many stars from the subspace, similar to ours, so the temperature there will be significant, but because in the very beginning of this proto particle appearance in our space, when this particle haven’t yet orbital system, for us the energy don’t exist. When on the center of our galaxy there is created, because of the gravitational field of our galaxy, enough quantity of these proto particles again thanks to the same field there begin to form the stars, which creates exactly copy of our galaxy but with very young matter-all this in our space. The light ray radiated from these substars becomes older together with the movement of the Sun towards the periphery of our galaxy (i.e. together with the aging of the Sun), so the age of the relic radiation is roughly 13 bln years. That has nothing to do with the high energy particles, which can to exist in our galaxy and on the between galaxy space, because of the many reasons. The gravitation field and inertial matter balance, about our galaxy indeed leads to necessity of existence of same matter so called dark matter, but there isn’t take into account the way of forming of the gravitation field according to USM www.….and many more!

So let continue from here: As I said in the part I on the theory USM when the Sun passes through the galaxy belts of centripetal accelerations, then were borne the three groups of planets on the solar system due the disturbance of these belts field over the Sun own centripetal acceleration – inertial balance and the planets at these moments are around 4-5 billion years so far (the comets, asteroids andcosmic gas have nothing to do with the planets formation, on contrary these objects were borne together with the planets and therefore with the same age) At this moment of planets birth the Sun already contains atoms from protons and electrons but a lot lighter than their present masses and continuously become heavier. So obviously quantum stimulation of such atoms will produce light-“lighter” which is different from this one which we observe here on the present position of the Sun, but when this light passes through the centripetal accelerations belts towards galaxy radius increasing, then this light gradually becomes” heavier” until reaching known here frequencies. So that is why we don’t observe the center of the any galaxy because there the “hydrogen-atoms” for example are contain from two proto particles with almost indistinguishable masses between the “electron” and “proton” see superconductivity USM

So the Earth atmosphere comes to existence in present atom’s form much latter than Brian’s assertion. More interestingly from here follows that the organisms cannot exist if we begin to move by some device towards the center of our galaxy ( how I said in the page 2 of the theory) firstly will appears some vital illnesses and if we continue, then these organisms simply will disintegrated themselves. So to survive we must to chose stars with a little smaller orbital radius than the Sun one, which is means more younger, so there to live some millions of years to hand over our genetic code to the present atoms there, i.e. until our atom’s from at now Sun radius-position exchange with these ones on the new younger sun….in this way continuously (step by step) we can ignore the expansion of the surrounding space and radial shifting of our Sun towards the periphery of our galaxy where wait for us the aging and death together with our Sun. How much remains I don’t know but may be one or maximum two revolving of our galaxy which is around 400-500 millions of years only! So we must to hurry, to build the machine-joromachine to have a new supmaterial which permit us to build the rocket chamber where we can direct to ignite the thermonuclear synthesis and by this way to build the space ship which can travel with the speed close to the speed of light, so the traveling to the next stars to becomes reality.

That is very nice fairy-tales in unison with the Brian’s fairy-tales…..Good night!

Now I can suggest the following idea: What about the reason for dinosaur’s extinction it isn’t meteorite colliding but changing of atom’s features because of the above changing of the mass of electrons and protons? For example when these masses are lighter then the features of the live molecules are less contrasting and for the organism building are necessary large number atoms (which means big animals like dinosaurs) than if these masses are heavier which require smaller animals? G.Kanev