## part VIII

The Unification of RTS:

As I stated before, when a smaller mass falls towards a larger mass, the smaller mass is actually standing still relative to its own RTS, which is collapsing towards the larger mass, so the smaller mass' RTS, usually, is not being significantly disturbed or pulled, in a manner that would significantly affect its center of gravity or its own RTS collapse.

However, when the smaller mass touches the ground and becomes a part of the larger mass, if such larger mass is about the size of the Earth, and the smaller mass about .05% the size of it, the smaller mass looses its own acceleration process (except for the atoms within such mass) relative to the great collapse of the larger mass' RTS.

So once the smaller mass touches the ground, it becomes a part of the acceleration process of the larger mass from such perspective, thereby making the RTS center of such smaller mass be the same center of the larger mass.

{Because of the strong pull being caused by the RTS collapse of the larger mass, the RTS collapse of the smaller mass cannot collapse on itself by the side of the larger mass, and therefore, the smaller mass' own independent relative factor of acceleration disappears.}

Before a small mass lands on a larger one, the only effect, however, which such smaller mass could get before it lands on the larger mass, is a small distortion of time as its own RTS collapses. This would be caused by the RTS distortion of the larger mass.

This small difference in time would cause the collapsing RTS of the smaller mass to collapse a bit faster at the farther side of the collapsing RTS of the larger mass, and collapse a bit slower at the closer collapsing RTS side of the larger mass.

Because the RTS collapse of the smaller mass would have this secondary distortion, it would have to balance its distorted RTS to be relative to itself within such distortion.

This means that within the RTS distortion area of the larger mass, the matter within the smaller mass would have less volume as it is found at the closer collapsing RTS side of the larger mass, for the matter of the smaller mass would have to be relative to the RTS distortion being created by the larger mass. And since the volume of the smaller mass would be distorted, the center of the smaller mass would have to move to an area where its collapsing RTS speed would balance itself all around.

There can also be other distortions within the smaller mass caused by the RTS distortion of the larger mass, such as the atoms of such smaller mass being able to collapse their RTS faster as they are found at the farther collapsing RTS area of the the larger mass, reducing their collapsing speed at as they are found nearer the larger mass, where the RTS collapse is smaller.

{When RTS gets smaller within matter, it does not only slows down time, it also separates matter, making it looser, relative to the size of such RTS, as well as reducing its volume and slowing down its RTS speed.}

Although the RTS center of a mass can be taken away by the RTS collapse of a larger mass, it is very difficult, however, to take away the RTS center of atoms themselves. This is because an atom, when it comes to its nucleus, is a very compressed piece of matter, which I believe it to be a small piece of negative space, negative, relative to the space of the universe itself.

Such a compressed particle contains a very powerful RTS collapse relative to its size, and therefore, it will take a very strong RTS collapse from a very large and compressed mass, indeed, to take away its RTS center.

Within the meaning of a giant collapsed star, such an action, I believe, can take place.

The Making of a New Universe (The Big Bang):

When an exceptionally large star or mass with an overwhelming acceleration process, finally collapses on to itself, such a reduction of space within such a large area of RTS causes the collapsed mass to acquire a much faster acceleration process, relative to its new compressed size, which further compresses RTS towards a remarkable speed, making RTS collapse even faster, which makes the mass collapse even more on to itself until such mass reaches an ultimate point whereby it cannot collapse any further, creating its ultimate acceleration process.

Because of the overwhelming acceleration process of the collapsed mass (which makes it acquire its powerful gravitational force), as well as the relative size of such mass, this last ultimate compression of matter (which takes the mass towards its ultimate speed), happens very rapidly.

During the ultimate collapsing stage of the mass, the force of compression becomes so enormous, making RTS collapse in such a fast manner, that a wave of compression force is created and sent from the outer area of the giant collapsed mass towards its center at a speed much faster than fifty times the speed of light, relative to the space of such mass.

{Because motion is a relative event, there is not such factor as an ultimate speed. If there was such factor, the process of acceleration would always have and end, thereby making the gravitation factor of masses a temporary process.}

And as this wave of compression and extremely high collapse of RTS flows from the outer area towards the center of the mass, it fuses the atoms together by taking away their RTS centers; and since these atoms no longer possess an acceleration factor of their own, for their centers have been removed, they all become one singular acceleration process.

In other ways, one space of pure motion containing the same acceleration process, no longer divided. A brand new space as been made.

As this highly powerful and fast wave fuses the atoms together, making a whole new space with a singular RTS, it also creates a very powerful potential energy caused by the collapsing speed of the wave. This potential energy grows, as it concentrates more and more, while it travels towards the center of the mass where the space is smaller. Furthermore, as this energy collapse travels closer and closer towards the center, RTS is made smaller and smaller, therefore making the speed of such collapse faster and faster as it travels towards the center.

As this energy of speed reaches the center, fusing the atoms as it does so, it finally has no other place to go but towards itself. Such collision of potential energy created by the acceleration of this collapsing speed, although small relative to the size of the mass, is the most powerful collision of all.

Such collision creates a bounce back outburst of energy, creating the most powerful explosion within any universe, the Big Bang.

Before this outburst of energy and matter takes place, a fast and powerful center collision shatters the newly created RTS center area of the newly created universe to countless particles, as well as it would shatter other particles of matter who would be left infused due to the wave of compression energy coming first than the great atom fusing gravitational pull.

It is known that the faster a mass collides with another, the more pieces of it are shattered. This is because, the faster a mass is moved, the larger the RTS collapse which is created at the direction of its motion, creating a powerful inertia force which travels at opposite direction of the starting motion, which maintains the mass in its place relative to the speed colliding force of the collision, and therefore, the mass shatters.

In other ways, the less time a mass has to start moving, the more it will shatter when forced, if such force affects the whole area of the mass. In the case of a new universe, the gravitational force which eventually makes independent particles of space into one is also responsible for maintaining the center mass motionless before it is hit by the collision, and such factor may add to the shattering force of the wave collision as well as the immense heat created by such.

So the size of the particles of stuff which are made in the Big Bang of any universe are relative to the speed of the collapsing wave of energy as well as the size of such universe.

If this is so what this would mean is that there may be universes where the particles of matter which are made by this large explosion would be large, while in other universes would be made very small.

If we could see the amount of matter relative to the size of a universe such as the one we live in, the outburst of matter would probably be, very small.

This would be because of the powerful RTS collapse, which would fuse matter with so much strength that it would only leave a small area in the weakest part of the center structure of the newly created universe able to shatter.

Just like the weakest gravitational pull (RTS collapse) exists at the deepest center of planets, when a new universe forms, the weakest area of RTS collapse also is the one at its smallest center area.

So relative to such a large powerful wave of energy, the Big Bang would only be powerful enough to shatter only a very small portion of the center within such new space, probably smaller than .001% relative to the size of the universe (illustration 5).

However, because such collapsing energy would be so concentrated within a collision area that would be so small, the overwhelming energy and speed of such collision would end up creating very small particles of matter, indeed.

Once a larger mass becomes a universe, because during the ultimate collapsing stage RTS as well as other particles are shattered and turned into independent relative time spaces, the outburst of energy shall no longer travel out from the matter which has been created back into the newly created RTS (illustration 1-9).

This would be because the RTS would no longer have the factors of matter (matter being independent particles of acceleration, able to pass energy to each other). So the inward, outward aftershocks of such collision shall be preserved within the newly created matter, creating the most intense amounts of heat and radiation within such matter, bestowing the endless fast motions within such particles.

Also, because the collision of energy within any Big Bang is not equal in strength all over, the particles which would shatter within such explosion would not be all the same size. Withing the area of first impact, because that is where the energy would be the fastest and the strongest, it would also be where the smallest particles of matter would be created. And within the areas of last impact, because that is where the energy would be the slowest, it would also be the area where the largest particles of matter would be created.

When the Big Bang occurs within any universe, the shape of such explosion would be relative to the collapsing distortions of the final collapse.

So, because no matter how large a mass may be, it always has its little imperfections in its spherical shape, and because the cause and effect factors which causes the final collapse do not happen all at the same exact time all over the mass, the RTS wave collision which causes the Big Bang would not bestow a perfect spherical collision, and therefore, the shape of the Big Bang explosion would be dominated by such distorted collision.

If we could view such a collapse it would probably look very perfect, indeed, for a mass with such large gravitation must look like a perfect sphere. However, any tiny imperfections which such mass would have, would, indeed, be enlarged relative to the minute area of collision within such mass as well as the speed of such collision.

Before I go any further, lets elaborate on how atoms can fuse themselves to create one space. I believe that what makes one particle of matter or atom independent from another is the independent acceleration process which it possesses, and once such factor has been taken out by the fall of its center, it becomes a part of a larger independent accelerating process.

An independent accelerating process is composed of an infinite action reaction factor (relativity) which makes it equal in speed all around.

However, when such an infinite action, reaction factor has been taken out from an atom by the removal of its RTS center, it is no longer independent, and therefore, it becomes a part of another acceleration process, disappearing in it.

To explain this in a simple manner, lets suppose that we had a large soap bubble made from tiny soap bubbles. Because each soap bubble acts as a division of space, no other soap bubbles can move freely within such large bubble.

However, if such large soap bubble would become one made from one, there would be no divisions within it, and therefore, the space within it would be free of obstacles.

This is how space and matter are different from each other; space, being one independent acceleration process, is not solid, while matter, being composed of many independent acceleration processes (atoms and perhaps other particles), is.

part IX