Age of our Universe, Stars, Black Energy

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… our astronomical scientists continue to stubbornly assert that our universe is only just 8 -15,000,000,000 years old.
They have no idea that the visible universe is only one of seven belts of the universe.
They have no idea at all about the belt of our material universe, in which we exist materially, while on the inner side and the outer side of our visible, material-universe belt yet six further fine-matter belts exist.
Our scientists also have no idea that the entire universe constitutes a double spiral and egg shaped Creation, and so on.
The entire universe, with an age of around 46,000,000,000,000 years, reckoned from the Big Bang up to today, will indeed expand up to the point in time of 155,500,000,000,000 years, to then, through a contraction, collapse upon itself again.
During its expansion, the material belt, respectively, our visible universe, is – through a nearly endless process of transformation – constantly renewed and therefore always stays young.
The oldest material that you have found is close to 40,000,000,000 years old, while we here on the Earth still have obtained no such material, and for that reason our scientists also dwell in erroneous assumptions.
Now, after my long speech, my question is: when – after the coming into existence of the material belt, respectively, our visible material universe – did the first stars actually form?
In my opinion, this process must have gone very fast.
78. That is unknown to us, and besides, your question can also not be answered in this manner.
79. You must start from the point at which the last great process of transformation-and-renewal of the material universe – therefore of our visible material universe – took place nearly 17,000,000,000 years ago.
80. Thereby, in the inner part of the outer regions of the material universe belt – not in the outermost part of the actual transformation areas – at a distance of around 14,000,000,000 light years from the solar system, new stars formed again which, after around 187,000,000 years of the latest great transformation process, began to radiate and shine.
81. And, in the next decades, these stars will also be discovered by the terrestrial astronomical scientists.
82. Only, unfortunately, they will again draw false conclusions from that, as they have already done so often.
And how, then, do these stars in the transformation belt come into being, if I may ask?
83. That does not fall under our secrecy provisions.
84. The new material which comes into being through the renewal, respectively, through the transformation, condenses under the enormous universal gravity and in this way it forms – by way of a compression of the mass – a stellar body which becomes more dense and develops a tremendously hot life of its own.
Easily said, but surely a process which takes many millions of years.
But, with that, I am already at my next question: is it possible to make a determination about the material mass in our visible material universe if one completely excludes the other six belts?
85. It would be unscientific and arrogant to want to do this, because the entire expanse of our universe is so big and involved in a continuous transformation, that a precise calculation is impossible.
86. Besides, our universe – as naturally also every other – consists not only of coarse-matter material, rather also of pure energies, of which one is black energy, as we call it, and is responsible for a certain form of anti-gravity in the material universe and, according to estimates, constitutes three fifths of all universal energies.
87. Matter must also be visible in various forms, so dark matter, on one hand, directs the visible and tangible matter which, very meagre, is calculated at circa point five fifths of the galaxies, while, on the other hand, the dark matter yet amounts to one point five fifths.
88. However, as stated, these data are only based on assumptions and calculations based on estimations, which, as a result of the visible, material universe’s continuous transformation, are not constant, rather they are extremely changeable.
89. To want to name precise results would therefore be nonsensical and arrogant and laughable as well, because precise computations cannot be made because of the universe’s continuous change.
One could indeed say with justification that our universe’s material belt is essentially governed by black energy – or?
90. That is of correctness.
We do know that the entire universe will not expand forever, it will expand only until 155,500,000,000,000 years from now and then succumb to the contraction.
With the expansion process of the entire universe, the visible material universe also always gets bigger, if I regard the whole thing correctly.
And because that has to be like that, differing temperatures would probably also have to rule in our universe, because, I assume, warm and cold must come into being through the constant movement of change.
Am I on the right track with my assumption?
91. That is of correctness.
92. The temperature fluctuations are, however, universe-wide, and very minimal, yet they emerge primarily in those parts of our material universe, in which the uninterrupted change occurs by means of the outer immaterial belt.



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