Keluar #10

The Big Box Theory


Amitakh Stanford

18th December 2009

There are many theories that have been accepted by the scientific community and academia regarding the creation and composition of the Earth, its solar system, and the universe. Generally, scientists believe in the big bang theory for the creation of the universe, that the sun is a spheroid-shaped nuclear furnace, and that the Earth is a solid sphere with a molten core.

A presently accepted theory associated with explaining the formation of the Earth was presented in 1915 by German meteorologist and geophysicist, Alfred Wegener. Wegener presented a paper entitled, Origin of Continents and Oceans, which postulated that the land masses on the planet were joined together a quarter billion years ago in a massive super-continent that later separated, the parts of which drifted around the globe until they formed the present day land masses and continents.

The monolithic continent has been referred to as Pangaea, which subsequently separated into two land masses that were named Laurasia and Gondwanaland. These two land masses are believed to have later broken into more pieces, which drifted about the globe. Pangaea was surrounded by a sea that scientists called the Panthalassa ocean.

Wegener’s hypothesis has since been widely accepted by scientists as a valid theory – a theory which can neither be proven nor disproved. Scientists have subsequently expanded on Wegener’s hypothesis with various other theories, including “seafloor spreading” and “plate tectonics”.

Plate tectonics is premised on there being several plates under the surface of the earth that are in motion. This theory has been added to Wegener’s and proposes that the plates could carry continents on their backs like turtles carry shells. These continents are said to drift and occasionally bang into one another, causing land masses to collide. Also, as the plates shift, they supposedly cause earthquakes. It is speculated that the plates can be moved when molten lava surfaces on the sea floor. When the lava cools, it forms hardened masses that force the sea floor to spread out.

My view of the universe differs considerably from the generally accepted scientific dogma. I propound that symmetrical solids are the building blocks of all matter and every universe. The symmetrical solids are firm and stable in shape but not actually solid; they are instead hollow. These solids are then spun very rapidly, making them appear to be spheres, when in fact they are tetrahedrons, hexahedrons, octahedrons, dodecahedrons and icosahedrons. I understand that my theory would be deemed implausible by scientists who perceive existence as being a cosmic accident, devoid of any Intelligent Design.

Scientists who are open to the possibility of a Deity being responsible for the creation of universes will be able to grasp the simplicity and plausibility of the design that I have presented. I have proposed that each particle of matter is embedded with a consciousness, and that every particle is held together by that consciousness. Matter is used to construct celestial bodies, each of which also contains a consciousness or a collection of consciousnesses. Many celestial bodies make up solar systems, and they are contained in galaxies, which are within universes.

The universes are built on planes. There are twelve universes, each shaped like a pentagon, and all the universes have adjacent boundaries touching other universes. These universes form a hollow dodecahedron, which I have named the Universal Dodecahedron. The dodecahedron spins very rapidly, so rapidly that it cannot be seen from outside the dodecahedron.

However, when something goes inside the hollow dodecahedron and lands on a point in the planar universe, it is immediately caught within an illusion, the illusion being that, despite the dodecahedron spinning rapidly, and all of the celestial bodies within the universe also moving rapidly, it seems to be stationary. I have named this illusion the “illusion of no motion”.

Each universe is composed of many stars. The centre of each star is another rapidly spinning symmetrical solid. If the star’s motion were to stop, it would reveal a gigantic, hollow hexahedron – a big box.

The suns are giant, hollow hexahedrons or cubes. They spin so fast that they create vortices at their poles that funnel gaseous fuel onto the sides of the hexahedron which combust. In other words, stars are external combustion engines. They are not nuclear furnaces, as is commonly believed by most scientists. The planets in a solar system are necessarily on a plane because universes are built on flat planes, and also because if they were to stray too far off the plane, they would be in danger of being sucked into the vortices that fuel the sun. Likewise, all the celestial bodies of the universes have to be on a plane because if they stray too far off the plane, they could also be sucked into a nearby star’s vortices.

As stars pass through areas with lots of fuel they will burn hotter, and as they move through areas with less fuel they will be cooler. As our sun moves through areas with lots of fuel, it burns hotter, and, consequently, the Earth becomes warmer and more of its surface is tropical. When our sun passes through an area that is short of fuel, it will not burn so hotly, and consequently the tropical areas contract, and the polar ice caps expand. Scientists have dubbed these cooler periods ice ages. Our sun is currently in a position where it has a “fuel feast”, which is warming the Earth. Hence, global warming is being experienced. The converse of this situation would be when our sun is in an area where there is a shortage of fuel, at which time it burns cooler. This results in the Earth going into an ice age.

The Earth and all the planets have a core that is a hollow, solid-appearing icosahedron. The Earth’s icosahedron spins very, very fast and “paints” a spherical-appearing shell of the Earth with fire, water, land and air. The Earth is hollow, with an outer surface and an inner surface. Biological life thrives on both the outer surface and the inner shell of the Earth. What will shock many is that inside each hollow star, including our sun, is an inner environmental shell that can contain water and biological life within it.

Unfortunately for the Earth, its icosahedron is deteriorating, which is causing “friction” that, in turn, is heating the Earth further. The deterioration of the icosahedron is so advanced that it will eventually self-destruct. The only viable solution will be to evacuate the planet before it self-destructs. The deterioration of the icosahedron can be observed in fluctuations in the rate of the planet’s rotation, its magnetic field, and increases in earthquakes and volcanoes – both in incidence and intensity – amongst other things. A strange consequence of the deterioration of the icosahedron is the momentary breaking down of some illusions, which can momentarily cause people to see inter-dimensional beings that can appear to be phantoms. In this situation, the smooth illusion of continuity can fluctuate, and some solid objects can temporarily appear to be incomplete and have “holes” in them, and otherwise smooth appearing movements can be jerky, bouncing like a faulty motion picture, jumping from frame to frame.

The Earth will not last indefinitely. As the deterioration of the icosahedron worsens, more strange events will occur, and their frequency, intensity and duration will increase. For more information regarding my theories of cubed suns and symmetrical solids, see my earlier writings, Shattering The Cube and The Twelve Universes Are Pentagons.

© 2009 Amitakh Stanford