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Economy of time and matter in a universal setting

O'Sullivan, John L. (2009): Economy of time and matter in a universal setting.

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How did the universe come into existence? This very question cannot be asked because everything came from energy without time. If the energy was not always there as time, then nothing would exist to ask. With this in mind, infinite energy is explained outside the realm of time and matter. Magnetic wavelets in a vacuum at the constant speed of light are shown as gravity force in the electromagnetic field. Gravity forces of the magnetic field interact with mass wavelets of the electric field and are curved from mass in finite energy. This report will show the economy of scale in graphic form on time and matter as energy in a universal setting.

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