OP question came about. It is not the same as yours, and it is not supported by even one professional that I have any contact with or that I even know of, though I’m sure there are some. It is a bottom up approach that leads me to that environment. I have noticed a lot of discussion about concepts that I use in my path to that environment, but I can’t be included in those discussions for good reason, I don’t communicate at their level of knowledge. My only real credential is that I have a good imagination .
This thread is being started as a response to a question that I posed in the G&A forum and I don’t think I am allowed, nor do I want to introduce an ATM idea there, but I feel that we can share our view points using my OP question as the guide.
The OP described an environment and asked if it could produce that CMBR that we observe. Your answer is yes, but you point out that I need to fill in the rest of the model to be sure the environment can occur from prior circumstances (that we may never agree on).
Here it is in the form of a sequence of events as an ATM idea but also intended to give you an understanding of circumstances that lead me to describe the environment in the OP on the Q&A thread:
A big crunch formed, one of an infinite number of such crunches in the infinite universe. These big crunches contain all of the matter and energy from a large finite area of space called an arena; an arena is established by the center of gravity of the big crunch and by the capacity that the big crunch has to extract matter and energy from space before the big burst that inevitably follows.
There is physics involved that has never been observed and can’t be proved or tested so it is purely qualitative, but the big crunch consumes itself from within in a process that requires the crunch to reach a certain size before the process is initiated.
Once initiated it is irreversible and the crunch converts its contents from matter, into what I call Type 1 energy, which may be like dark energy but who knows.
The process of this conversion that I call negation starts at the core of the big crunch (I’m envisioning an ultimate black hole – a coined phrase). The negation converts the energy that makes up the matter in the crunch back into energy that is not matter dependent (a coined phrase to distinguish it from other energy that we are all familiar with). It does that through extreme heat and (dare I use the word) pressure. The heat/pressure breaks matter into its smallest common denominator, i.e. the energy that it is composed of (to use a few words).
The negation increases the internal pressure because a small amount of matter contains a huge amount of energy (I’m using the e=mc^2 relationship to lead me to that conclusion).
Eventually the big crunch has consumed what it can from the arena, even radiation (I know that this is way radical because it doesn’t sit well with learned professionals who deal in math and proofs). The pressure from negation builds and eventually exceeds the force of gravity exerted by the crunch, and the big crunch becomes a big burst. As it bursts it does a final negation of the entire matter that had made up the crunch.
What emerges is this type 1 energy. The energy emerges into the arena that has been left behind by the crunch. The arena has energy also, but there is a difference in the density between the emerging energy and the extremely low energy density of the otherwise empty arena. The time frame for the formation and destruction of the big crunch might be 10 trillion years.
This type 1 energy that emerges has the ability to occupy more space than it is occupying when it emerges, a lot more space. It begins to expand driven by the difference in pressure between the emerging ball of Type 1 energy and the very low pressure of the essentially empty arena.
This expanding Type 1 energy is capable of forming matter again after it expands sufficiently and after the pressure is reduced sufficiently to allow it to form elementary energy particles. These particles expand and contract but can’t fully expand and contract until the pressure is low enough (to use a few words).
These particles form and represent the quanta of energy from which matter forms.
They merge into combinations and accumulate until the pulsing becomes a stable vibration of the pulses of the quantum particles that have combined; the first stable particle is the proton.
The proton attracts a swarm of the quantum particles to it but they can’t join with the stable proton and are held around the proton to form an electron “cloud” (to borrow or coin a phrase). The result is an atom of hydrogen.
The process of hydrogen formation occurs rapidly and hydrogen forms abundantly across the entire Type 1 energy ball that has been expanding since the big burst.
Hydrogen atoms are isotropic across the entire Type 1 energy environment.
The density of the hydrogen atoms is sufficient to allow gravity to work and “clumping” (to borrow a term) begins which eventually leads to the formation of hydrogen stars. Because of the isotropy these stars are spread in a spatially consistent pattern (to imply that the resulting stars are homogeneous and without anisotropy [yet]).
These stars burn out. They have slightly different masses due to the clumping process and they burn out at a slight variable rate creating a pattern of slight anisotropy in the resulting environment that can produce “a Planck black body spectrum equivalent to the CMBR to be emitted from an early causally connected environment composed of only hydrogen, helium, heavier nuclei, stellar radiation, and remnants of burned out hydrogen stars, with slight anisotropy from the uneven burn out of the hydrogen stars, that had gone through a period of thermalization until it reached thermal equilibrium.” (Refer to the link to the OP above to get descriptions of some of the terms and phrases used in this sentence.)
This post contains ideas I have developed in an existing thread about the Elementary Energy Particle (EEP) but I want to start the new thread to address my ideas about the ISU, not just the EEP, and to allow further discussion about the question I posted in the Q&A forum.