> > > > All matter and energy are made of space. There are two fields,
> > > > the gravitational field and energy fields. The vaccum of space
> > > > is like a sea, which evaporates into matter and in certain
> > > > high-pressure densities it reconverts back to vaccum (space).
> > > > Energy fields generate in regions lacking gravitational fields,
> > > > and dark energy (gravitation rises). If the expansion of the
> > > > Universe continues, inter-galactic vaccum grows, and
> > > > dark energy rises with lack of gravitational fields. With the
> > > > rise of dark energy, so does radio-activity rises (CMBR).
> > > > The big bang is a process of space energizing, heating
> > > > up and the high radiation in the region produces matter.
> > > >
> > > > Once energy fields are too high (near event horizon),
> > > > matter converts back to vaccum (space), in other words,
> > > > like in a storm, rain falls back to the sea. Galaxies like
> > > > the Milky Way were measured to be 9 times heavier than
> > > > all its visible mass. The dark energy is everywhere, but
> > > > its significance is that it weakens in near-black-hole conditions
> > > > (its been shown that the nucleus of spiral galaxies do not
> > > > produce X-Rays, and jets in quasars carried different X-Rays.
> > > > Based on this model radiation weakens in high energy
> > > > fields and strengthens in low energy fields such as
> > > > in the inter-galactic vaccum).
> > > >
> > > > As scattered storms, big bangs may be produced from
> > > > dark energy in heated (charged) vaccums lacking energy fields.
> > > > Matter converting to space has cooling effects on
> > > > energized particles (red shift) by expanding space.
> > > > Space converting to matter occurs with very high energy and
> > > > temperature, and this process reduces space between
> > > > Universes.
> > > >
> > > > The question is: why would diminishing gravitational fields
> > > > raise the temperature of space (space gaining dark energy
> > > > and CMBR activity) and why would radiation sieze in
> > > > high-energy regions such as in the center of the Milky Way.
> > > > (There are experiments showing these correlations.)
> > >
> > > Note, if matter converts to space in high-energy regions
> > > (large solar objects, heavy solar activities) and as described
> > > above red-shifts, then space expands, and most objects
> > > appear red-shifted over great distances.
> > Above red-shift. Below blue-shift.
> Note, if matter converts to space, space grows, the result on
> matter is a redshift as space expands (everywhere). Still
> didn't explain why the expansion would be accelerating.
That matter converts out of dark energy in space, that
matter converts to dark energy in highly accelerated energy
fields, that dark energy takes shape of space, that dark
energy gains inertia, that black holes arise in the vaccum
and dark energy grows along with the escape energy which
prevents reality (space-time) to collapse onto itself, and
the escape energy generates matter, which as energy
hold the charges of a collapsed space-time. These charges
are released back to space when matter collapses onto
itself in near event horizon gravity regions.
There are thresholds of space-time collapse and transformations
between vaccum energy fields and particle discharge.
The accelerating expansion is a result of:
Dark energy is the key. matter converting into space everywhere
(evaporating) produces a red shift as space expands,
but the expansion is accelerating because the expansion
accelerates velocity (relatively all matter gains inertia,
and with higher velocity the process continues: vaccum
grows, but so is inertia and velocity, a process which
not only moves but speeds).