The Nature of Universe

International Journal of Geoinformatics and Geological Science
© 2022 by SSRG - IJGGS Journal
Volume 9 Issue 1
Year of Publication : 2022
Authors : Marek S. Żbik
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Marek S. Żbik, "The Nature of Universe," SSRG International Journal of Geoinformatics and Geological Science, vol. 9,  no. 1, pp. 21-27, 2022. Crossref,


The article discusses the problem of the nature of the universe probably troubled people's minds from the moment when abstract thinking gave rise to reflecting on meaning existence. We have abundant evidence of this left by humans since prehistoric immemorial records dating back to the ancient and medieval Stonehenge era. the man slowly managed to find a rational explanation of some mysteries of nature and determine the laws of nature formulated, among other things, by Aristotle, Pythagoras, and Archimedes. Using these discovered laws written in the form of mathematical equations made it impossible to predict certain events and better understand the mechanism before born of quantum mechanics. in the new view of modern science, the universe is an energy-fluctuating spacetime from which elementary particles of matter are still emerging and disappearing, buildings the blocks of the world around us, including ourselves. the most fundamental level universe may consist entirely of time fluctuations on the Planck scale within the spacetime frame. Observation of clusters of galaxies across the observable universe reveals a highly porous cellular structure containing large-sized voids entwined with fibrous threads made of galactic beads intertwined by invisible forces into a “Cosmic Web”. It is proposed that this type of structure, often found in colloidal solutions, may result from electromagnetic interactions rather than from gravitational interactions alone.


Universe, Quantum fields, Time fluctuation, Black holes, The multiverse.


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