Theory of Everything and the Dark Universe

Fig 1. Geometric Model for internal development of everything. Point “F” in the center of a circle. The continuous change in place of point “M” describes a circle with radius d = D. Circulation and conversion into nature shall be expressed by the modification of all the elements involved. © Petio Hristov — author.
fig 2. The model of external development. The mirror symmetry of the elements involved in the different parts of the cycle is determined by the specific properties of each of the shoulders of the four main physical dimensions located between the different parts. © Petio Hristov — author.
Fig. 3 A principle is illustrated in three consecutive cycles. 1 — the sinusoid on the first level (day in yellow, night in gray); 2 — the sinusoid on the second level (day in pink, night in gray); 3 — the sinusoid on the third level (day in red, night in dark blue). © Petio Hristov — author.
Fig. 4. The optics shall examine the physical properties of the change in the direction of light at the boundary between two different environments. The known universe is formed from matter that is converted by light, so the physical properties of light on the boundary between two environments also determine the properties of the shoulder of physical dimensions. Changing the boundary between two different environments is transmission; reflection; refraction; diffraction; adsorption; scattering.
Fig. 5 Separation of processes repetitive in the four parts of the external development of everything between the shoulder of the main physical dimensions and their parts. The portal for passing through space is illustrated with a yellow dot in the shoulder space. This is possible only in during the yellow time recorded, between different levels of the worlds of biological living matter. © Petio Hristov — author.

Applying the Model for the development of everything in revealing the secrets of the dark universe

Fig. 6. Four types of cores in the dipole. Meaning of the indications in the dipole: 1SϿ↑ — (1) — first dipole, (S) — dark matter with south pole, (Ͽ) — right, (↑) — upper; 2NϾ) — (2) second dipole, (N) dark matter with north pole, (Ͼ) — left, (↓) — lower. Different types of magnetic matter have different dipole sheaths; 1 Ϟ — a magnetic matter which envelops the first magnetic dipole. © Petio Hristov — author.
Fig. 7. Magnetic wave spectrum. Ƚ is the length of the spectrum, Ƚ1, Ƚ2, Ƚ3, Ƚ4, Ƚ5, Ƚ6 are parts of it. The “h” symbol is the height of half the wave. The meaning of “2h” is that the second height is twice the height of the first height. The left part is reciprocal on the right side. The upper and lower parts are mirrored. © Petio Hristov — author.
Fig. 8. Four straight magnets are depicted each with one line, around which magnetic waves extend. The second magnet was converted from the first, the third was converted from the second, the fourth was converted by the third magnet. The first and third magnets have reciprocal readings. The second and fourth magnets have reciprocal indicators. Each magnet has different three types of matter per shell. The total number of the different dipole is 1 Ϟ, 2 Ϟ, 3 Ϟ, 4 Ϟ is 12 species. © Petio Hristov — author.
Fig. 9 Six forces in the magnet spectrum. © Petio Hristov — author.
Fig. 10. The structure of the magnetic energy contained in four straight magnets is illustrated. To distinguish between different magnets are numbered and the poles are indicated by “+” and “-”. © Petio Hristov — author.
Fig. 11. Quanta light is two types of indivisible “material particles”. They are composed of two threesome elements. Each pair of elements is illustrated with one color line. All elements rotate and have a spin or internal angular pulse. Each item has a different frequency. Basic structures of quanta light: (a) star — quanta light; (b) triangle — converted quantum light; © quanta light together with converted quanta light. © Petio Hristov — author.
Fig. 12. The first arc of light. The red color is at the top of the arc. © Petio Hristov — author.
Fig. 13. The first and second arcs of light. The second arc of light is reciprocal on the first arc, and the violet color is at the top. © Petio Hristov — author.
Fig. 14. Four arcs of light. The first and third arcs start from one place and are directed with the red color upwards. The second and fourth arcs also begin from one place, and the violet color is directed upwards. © Petio Hristov — author.
Fig. 15. A simulated representation of the location of the existing four arcs of light after shifting their places in the worlds part in the sixth level. © Petio Hristov — author.
Fig. 16. Simulation image of the location of the new four arcs of light converted from existing arcs. © Petio Hristov — author.
17. Simulated image of the location of the eight arcs of light. Two pairs of reciprocal pairs of arcs are ((1 & 7) & (4 & 6)) and ((3 & 5) & (2 & 8)). The particles that form them move whirlwind in pairs of arcs. In the middle is a central planet that is visible as a black hole. © Petio Hristov — author.




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Petio Hristov

Petio Hristov

Researcher. I love the unknown. I’m looking for answers to fundamental physical questions.

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