An article in Science Magazine dated Feb 9, 2016 entitled,”The universe’s primordial soup flowing at CERN” states that “Researchers have recreated the universe’s primordial soup in miniature format by colliding lead atoms with extremely high energy in the 27 km long particle accelerator, the LHC at CERN in Geneva.”
Note that the article states that physicists at CERN “recreated” primordial soup that existed moments after the big bang. This statement does not leave any room to question whether what they have created was actually primordial soup of the big bang or not. I find this assumption somewhat arrogant.
Physicists created their model of the big bang by working the math contained in our current theories backwards in time. But what if there is a huge piece of the puzzle missing, oh… let’ say for example, the 85% of the universe’s energy that physicists know nothing about? Do you think that there is perhaps some tiny chance that this whopping amount of energy may have played at least a small part in the big bang? I certainly do.
The problem is that physicists will not know what happened during the big bang unless they know what all this dark energy and dark matter is. They will not know what dark matter and dark energy is until they know the theory of everything. They will not know the theory of everything until they know what happened during the big bang. Using the mathematics of our current theories will not lead to any solutions because our current theories describe the behavior and interactions of particles in our current universe. Our understanding of our current universe is expressed in our current mathematical construct which is obviously missing something. Perhaps the dark energy may have played a more important role in our universe during the time of the big bang. If that is true, then our current math cannot be useful in determining what existed during the big bang.
Gordon’s theory of everything proposes that the missing ingredient is the E0 energy of spacetime. This energy associated with the GOD Entities of spacetime jumped to higher Gordon Energy States during the collapse of the parallel planar universe as our current spacetime was formed. The gradient within the E0 energy of the early universe accelerated all the mass containing particles outwards and away from each other. This large E0 energy gradient easily overcame the very weak attractive force of gravity created by the mass contained in these particles.
It will take a long time for physicists to realize just how far off the right track they have wandered. But the real problem is… they love their perfect math and they checked and rechecked all the experimental data. Physicists are so sure that they did everything right that they can’t fathom the thought that anything is wrong… Hence the declaration… “The universe’s primordial soup flowing at CERN!”