The Book: The Introduction (TBC)

I have always been fascinated with philosophy. Philosophy is one of the most complex subjects to study, mainly because there is no right or wrong answer. Everything within philosophy is described as a theory or a belief.  There is no real way to prove philosophy. Philosophy is the study of existence. It brings with it the biggest question ever asked in humanity. Why are we here, and what is this thing I am calling here? Philosophy is also everything before and after that question. Oxford dictionary defines philosophy as a theory or attitude that acts as a guiding principle for behaviour. That would mean that everything I do is based on philosophy. It means that everything ever single person, organism, plant, animal, bacteria, all of these are governed by some form of philosophy. Philosophy to me is equally as important as the study of all sciences. Philosophy governs every action you take at any given time. There are many philosophical theories that currently exists. This book is a blank slate. This book is my Philosophy, it is how I live my life. It is me.

I have spent the last 2 years of my life de-constructing as many parts of my life as i could to figure out how it works. I am not talking about computers or other electrical gadgets. I de-constructed my mindsets, i wanted to understand why my thought process was what it was equally as much as I want to understand my current process. What I am going to do in this book is different. I am going to reconstruct my philosophy for you from the very beginning to the very end. This book is nothing more than how I am attempting to understand this thing we call life. Welcome to my reality. Someone of it you may not like, some may scare you and it is my hope that most of it will leave you in awe rather than confusion.

There are many different belief on how humans came to be. For the sake of this book I am going to keep it strictly my theory. I have always been drawn to the scientific theory of how life and the universe came to be. There are many theories in modern science that explain how the world works. However one thing most of us can agree on is the Big Bang Theory. This theory is the most credible in my eyes. The question is why did it happen. My theory on how it first came to be is based on energy. The energy that was created from the big bang has ever since spread its way through the universe expanding its boarders. This energy is then distributed evenly to create Photons, Protons, Electrons, Neurons, Higs-bonsons, Fermions, Quarks, etc. As this energy keeps working its way through the universe it began to find connections through random action. All of the entities that were created almost instantly after the Big Bang began to random bump into eachother until they found a random connection that make a new stable structure. In that case we will consider H (Hydrogen). Hydrogen is the first element on our periodic table of elements. There was an abundance of this element at the beginning of the universe. As soon a protons began to form, electrons quickly followed. After some time the new born universe was full of enormous gas clouds. As these clouds became more dense they began to form stars. These stars would have burned bright and died out within the first couple of billion years of the universe. In the core of these suns more connections were made. As these suns begin to die out they act as a furnace. This furnace is the factory of dense matter. This process is called Nuclear Fusion. Nuclear fusion is the process of one atom colliding with another to form a new atom. The sun will initially fuse 4 H (Hydrogen) atoms leaving 2 new hydrogen atoms and 1 He (Helium) atom. This continues to happen until the star starts to run out of lighter elements. At this point it will continue to fuse atoms together until they fuse Fe (Iron). The atomic structure of Iron requires 26 protons, 30 neutrons and 26 electrons. This accounts for Iron heavier weight than Helium which has an atomic structure of 2 protons, 2 neutrons and 2 electrons. This whole process of nuclear fusion was proven by Einstein with his famous formula E=mc2, which explains how matter can be transferred into energy and energy into matter.

Now let us jump forward proximately 9 billion years from the Big Bang. This is when our sun was first formed from a Supernova (An enormous explosion that occurs when the core of a sun dies) from a previously excising star. This explosion spread all the newly formed atoms throughout our solar system. Imagine now that our solar system is nothing more than a dust and gas cloud, in the centre of this gas cloud a new sun starts to form. It pulls in all the light elements such as hydrogen to create a new star. This star is what we today call the sun. The remainder of the dusty chaos of which the must abundant element was Silicon (SI). Silicon is the most common element in rocks and sand. From this we can derive that the vast majority of the dust remaining after new star, now known as the sun, formed and began to release energy again. Becuse of the gravitational pull of the sun (Gravity being the forces between two masses that cause them to move towards each other) dust rings began to from in our solar system just as they do today around the planet Saturn (the sixth planet in our solar system counting from the sun and outwards). These dust clouds were initially microscopic, however, due to electro magnetic energy stored in the electrons after they are released in the cataclysmic explosion of the previous sun, they begin to attract and collide with nearby grains of dust to form pebbles, then stones, then rocks, then boulders and then bigger and bigger until in the you have a planet almost the size of earth. As we know today, the earth has its own gravitational pull. It is what stops all of us from just floating into space. This gravitational pull sucks all the dust and rocks onto the surface of the planet. Earth in its early days was nothing more than a floating ball of molten rock. As the rocks in space grew to the size of small countries they began to slam into the surface heating the planet to its molten state. This theory helps to explain the solid metal sphere that lays at the core of our planet. This sphere is mainly made up of Iron. Around that there is the mantle which is a 2,900 km (1,802 miles) deep layer of molten rock. Finally there is the crust of the Earth which is 10 km (6 miles) deep and accounts for less than 1% of Earths volume. These layers did not happen by chance. The molten planet that was the infant earth was so hot that the whole planet was liquid. This meant that all heavier element would sink to the core of the gravitational pull. This is why we have our solid metal core. During this process a rouge planet collided with earth, however it was not a direct hit. It collided with an edge ripping a third of the planets volume back into space while the colliding planet exploded into a dust storm of rocks varying in size from a grain of sand to country size comets. The majority of this cloud began to orbit the now deformed Earth. The collision heated the planet to its molten state and as before the liquid rock, the gravitational pull of the core and the rotation of the planet moulded the planet back into its original spherical state.




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