universe history as ORBITAL MODEL

UNIVERSAL HISTORY AS A ORBITAL MODEL

By Henryk Szubinski

the way to locate the centre of the universe in a stable parameter by the usage of a particle model by following its developement as a history upto the total gravity state and what happens to it after the event of the core universe being located

when the universe has reached total possible gravity it will basically function like a atomic model wherein the amount of gravity gained = to the amount of particles in the atomic model and as such will eject its atom components outof the universe core field by the gradual exit of all atoms = a horizon based vector flatness of the remaining cause of the gravity attraction in the first state of the universe as positioned in such a way that the vector can displace through a open GAP in the formation of gravity reverse openings of the ejected OVER SIZED GRAVITY

the basic inner core will push out the atoms that defines the universes most basic parameters of rotation by a rotational orbit value of a particle.
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.the resultance is a dynamics value where the open fase will either break or be seperated at its weakest point.
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.this is where the gravity particles will exit and maintain opening for more particles such as electrons to exit the gravity pull

basically: any orbitals about the universes core will behave like the opposite of gravity in the partical model by the amount of atoms in their orbitals as directly inversely proportional to the gravity as the time in which it takes each of the atoms in the core to exit their orbitals

will be shown to leave gaps in the symmetry of the previous type so that the gap will continue to displace out atom components upto the point where the gap becomes a gravity time in reverse vector at a angle to the Z field horizon and gains a flat gravity value between the atoms representing the GAP and the atom in the formation of gravity at such a combined particle type.
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where reverse goes through towards by alterations of the time value.
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