Something from Nothing is a way to create and identify from what we consider to be nothing such as space as something by using comparison of itself.
This method will allow us to calculate that which is 0 to create 1.
Take for instance a volume is space, in outer space take the volume of this space such as the size of the sun. Place it beside another volume of the same size, then another volume of the same size and repeat till you have four volumes the size of the sun sitting side by side.
From these volumes we will create from 0 the object of 1.
To do this we compress those volumes into each other. We take four volumes of space and force them into the volume of the first. When we do this we alter the volume of density of that first space which assigns it a greater density per volume value then the previous.
I will show the example using four different colors of circles which will be representing the spherical volumes of each independent volume. In this process we modify the density by volume and now have for comparison a method to identify a difference in density.
Visual representation to be added later.
This can be represented by a formula.
As I explained above we will define this formula step by step:
Our first circle will be defined as 0of1. One is used to define the volume objects chronological order:
The second circle will be defined as 0of2.
The third will be defined as 0of3.
The fourth will be defined as 0of4
We can classify them anyway we choose but if you want to apply a mathematical logic to it you must apply symbols for representation.
We have our segments to compress identified:
If we take each volume of space and combine them we alter that volumes density by modifying the interior of that volume of space.
When we add 0of1 to 0of2 we get our first variation of spacial density. What is inside that volume is now different then it was before.
0of1 + 0of2 = 00of1
When we then add to that combine volume:
0of1 + 0of2 +0of3 = 000of1
We continue to add our fourth volume of space which under a basic function could appear as:
0of1 + 0of2 + 0of3 +0of4 = 0000of1
Each number represents its volume only by chronological order and since we are combining these volumes into the volume of the first we will use of1 or volume 1.
So 000of1 = 4x0=1
Now I realize many will look at this and not understand what is going on, we took 4 volumes the size of the sun of space and forced them into the volume of the first. By doing this we have modified the volumes density and have defined how to create from what appears as nothing, something.
It could look like this if you brain cannot grasp the use of 0 as a volume.
1-4=mathematical order for logic only
sPi1+sPi2+sPi3+sPi4=sPi*4 or 4xsPi or sPix4
Regardless of how you label it your taking 4 vast volumes of space and condensing them into the first. This defines a new variable by volume for density.
Now if each volume of space was given a condition represented by force for which it extracts oxygen we can begin to calculate spacial force and spacial density based on this negative interaction.
So we shall begin:
A volume of space the size of a sun shall be assigned the pull value based on the amount of force it exerts to extract oxygen from an environment.
The force exerted by the vacuum of space is pounds per square inch, for simplicity sake we shall assign it a value so we can better grasp this concept with mathematics:
This is just a representation of the force exerted which extracts the oxygen.
So inside our new volume of space there is less force exerted to extract oxygen because the density of that volume of space is greater.
The best way to represent this may be using a sliding scale of force.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
At 0 the force exerted to extract oxygen is represented as non existent.
While at 9 the force exerted to extract oxygen is greatest.
So as we adding each volume together we progress towards a non existent force.
How space was made:
During the Big Bang force itself from a quantum explosion forced the void of null density to create a volume of space with a negative density.
The easiest way to explain this is to look at all of space as a particle and as this particle is expanded you create a inverted balloon effect. If you placed a balloon inside of a vacuum and then sucked air out of it your reduce the density of this space and the balloon will expand. This balloon is what we consider space outside of our atmosphere. We are inside that balloon.
The difference between this and the way space was created is based on the method of force to produce the vacuum. In space the force pushes outwards from the interior of the balloon to create the vacuum of space as we know it today.
At the center of the above image is where are space exists, where we exist and as the exterior travels outward our vacuum is created and the negative density begins thus a vacuum created by force itself.