The Universes

According to

Joseph Sixpack

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This e-book is NOT science but just a collection of 
intuitive hypothetical hypotheses from a very average non- 
scientist whose nom de plume "Joseph Sixpack" best describes 
who he is:  just a very average person.

From the scientist's point of view, this site is a classic 
example of "noise" which is a euphemism for joe's dumbell 
uneducated unscientific speculative thinking.

Due to the subject matter however, the Opus Dopus of this  
e-book site, will be stitched together like Dr. Franken- 
stein's monster from various sources from my earlier 
writings, and then subjected to a life giving force from the 
mysterious electronic ether.

These pages will be subject to continuous editing, spelling 
corrections, useage corrections, refinements and rewrites at 
least until i get it mostly right.  Since joe was the comma 
splice king of english class, i'll hopelessly just leave 
those alone.  some people think in comma splices anyhow, no 
reason to force the brain to think in, and accomodate, some 
arbitrary english rules.  

Rather than read all the stuff on the screen, just print 
whatever chapter(s) you are interested in from the site on 
your new laser printer.  Adjust the left margin to 1.5" so 
you can 3-hole punch the pages and still read them, saving 
them in a notebook for your grandchildren in case they need 
to start a fire in case the oil runs out.

Then you can just red pencil what you disagree with... Buy 
more than one red pencil. You do have a new laser printer 
don't you?  :-)

Visit periodically, if you are interested, to pick up the 
many page changes, although, as i am quite old, they may end 
quite abruptly.  Let me say goodby now just in case.  :-)

This free, albeit content copyleft e-book (about 2.5 million 
bytes) is now over twice the size of the New Testament 
(about a million bytes).   How it EVER got that big is 
completely beyond me.  Wordy chap no? and i haven't even 
gotten started yet...  

This e-book offers radical new (to me) theoretical explanations and discusses: (but note: Some of joe's great 'original' deductions turned out to be over 200 years old!) 1) The "particle" physics involved with the Big Bang, postulating that the "big bang" was the result of the collapse of the weak gravitational force of the hypermassive object and that the "big bang" event was actually a "weak repulsive force" albeit, hypermassively scaled, repulsive "slow bang" event. 2) How Quantum Warped Spacetime (gravity) might be generated and how it might react to pressures & temperatures. 3) The Particle Physics of the Magnetar 4) A theory of warped spacetime (gravity) limits. 5) A possible explanation of the apparent Filament Nature of the Universe. 6) A new model of the Universe, called the Universe+. 7) Limiting the concept of gravitational wave propagation. 8) The causes of certain types of nova and perhaps super nova. 9) The theoretical existence of Black Energy Holes. 10) Why the Universe's expansion is accelerating. 11) The activities of binary black holes. 12) Clusters - the naughty kids of the universe 13) Binary black holes and quasars, pulsars, & millipulsars 14) A possible direction in developing a TOE using the graviton model for all other particle configurations and their generated fields. and on and on... 15) Mass - what is it really? 16) Dark Matter - Yet another hypothesis 17) Entropy? yes? no? maybe? 18) Chaos - Chaos rules the cosmos. (concepts under the Chaos theory, that is.) 19) Why it is important to NOT get caught up in the invisible, undetectable, gravitational fields of the black holes. 20) And some other concepts where Joe wades in and gets in way over his head.
Anyhow, i think this stuff would be great for classroom discussion and an energizer to solicit competing ideas (and better ones) from the students. There is a lot out there, and a long way to go...
As an aside, the HTML used here is radically minimized and is reduced almost to HTML(0) due to the deprecation by W3C of many of the highly useful tags for small documents. Everything is just <pre>-ed out. Among the many things a Joe Sixpack isn't is a person who will follow the W3C dance to its destination of complexity. That is why we use HTML instead of SGML. If i can get the idea across with words and the simple original tags why change things? Hypertext is hypertext is hypertext. Joe Sixpacks tend to be a little reactive when it comes to meadow muffin computer science activity that solves a problem he doesn't have. But Joe realizes that he isn't the only one online using WWW, so if XML and a gooberscript makes your day, be my guest. Eventually, joe will come up to speed, and one distant day may even use a CSS file.
And Last but not least is my gift to you, dear reader. The links to some of the very best software on the planet if you are over 65 and have a bunch of powdered ferrite core memory and 8" diameter floppy disks in the garage.
Video Display Editor by Dr. Eric Meyer Video Display Editor This freeware 90k editor/word processor in my opinion is without peer for just blasting out papers as fast as you can think and your little fingers can wiggle. VDE uses the "old" ergonomic wordstar commands. There is nothing faster on the planet. And i type at 2 baud. God only knows how fast the thing can go when one of those 120+ wpm touch typists gets ahold of the thing. Even Bloatware XP and all earlier MS operating systems still uses the wordstar remnant command structure in its editor. If Mr. Gates puts it in his fundamental product, you know the ergonomic command structure has something going for it. Trust me on this, if you write creatively, learn to use it to blast out the basic concepts and then load that file into your favorite bloatsessor to add all the pretty stuff. Anyhow, do yourself a favor and check it out...
ZTree by Dr. Kim Henkel Alphabetically, zTree is always last. But not least. And it is always first in my computer useage to solve a lot of goofy problems that show up when all the family members are using the same computer, some of whom, are still looking for the "anykey". Ztree, by Kim Henkel, is the windows 32 bit heir apparent and successor to the fabulous xTreeGold of DOS yesteryear. You can't understand the new bloatware operating systems without this tree based file manager and it is a LOT more. When you email the help line, (because you really didn't read the included documentation very well - or at all...) It is the main man that answers your question. It doesn't get better than that. Can't use my computer without it. But don't be a me. Read the documentation first. The answer is probably there (somewhere...) You can chase off more sneakily installed crap from your hard disk using ZTree than you can imagine was ever on it. And don't worry, more sneaky crap will get added, but ZTree sees all. My ZTree environment XP isn't used yet, I have the software (home) but not the 3.0 gig P4 with the 800 FSB and one gig of memory (no money) so i do all my management in win98se and a lot in windowed DOS as well. ZTree's Website Kim has some of his own recommendations as well on his page ZTree links Learn to use it. It will save all your nine lives.
Does anybody use DOS or GW-Basic anymore besides me? If so, try JPSoftware's spiffy program, "4dos750". It was made freeware, and it seems to be a pretty nifty command.com replacement with more features than i can ever digest. This is a program that has been going up and up in my estimation ever since i downloaded it. plain great! 4DOS750
LIST by Dr. Vernon Buerg And then there is LIST.COM by Vernon Buerg. From the pleistocene era and forward, spanning epochs, comes the indestructable reader of all readers: "List.com". List is a tiny program that is small, fast, versatile, and handy. I use it exclusively as my KJV reader because i can set it up so as to stop any accidental jot or letter accidentally being added to the work. An editor is something you do NOT want while reading the KJV. LIST.COM is perfect in that it keeps your stinking hands off accidentally corrupting holy scripture on your confuser. List.com
The Four Files of the Apocalypse And last and least is my personal favorite for the senior, mentally challenged, joseph_sixpack set, the very small 80k interpreter, gwbasic.exe, version 3.23 The humble interpreter might have been considered a bit sluggish in the 8088 days, but try it on a 486 or later 3gig+ P4 processor... Your humble stumble managed to dupe in gwbasic code, almost every computer software solution for any need that most normal people use a computer for, and that includes, writing normal letters, proposals, rfq's, using budget and cashflow spreadsheets, simple accounting, databases, record collections, (wax cylinders if you are from my era :-), But geez... I found out that it can just do it all. So anyhow, when i get a round tuit, i'll add all the code here for the newbie programmer specializing in ancient tongues that i found handy, so handy in fact, it eliminated most of my fretting over the disappearing Ashton-Tate, Micropro, Borland, Lotus, and all their support and updates. (Note: a lot has since been added.) Offline, i use the gwbasic stuff almost exclusively. It's all copyleft, so if you find it useful, run with it. The upshot is, that in order to do most things on a computer you only need four files plus your code. the no-bloat system is called: "The Four Files of the Apocalypse" The four files run about ummm... 214k if i remember. They include: IO.SYS, MSDOS.SYS, COMMAND.COM & GW-BASIC. i use version 6.22 for the DOS part, and a GW-BASIC 3.23 from DOS 4.01. But any version of DOS or GW-BASIC back to DOS 2.11 would probably do. Ummm, i cheat a little bit by using Qbasic for the 14 column x N row spreadsheets. need the qbasic program to get into hi-res 50 line mode. Gwbasic pooped out at EGA and 25 lines. Also used is an early xTreePro and Tiny Editor (TED). TED is written in assembly using only 2,988 bytes of code by Tom Kihlken. TED is just a perfectly sweet piece of code. A real masterpiece. (both are still around and on the NET somewhere.) Admittedly, my 4 files of the apocalypse are starting to suffer from population growth and middle aged spread with other small additions, but... well, still have a very, very, long way to go to match 95, 95s, 98, 98se, ME, XP or Vista or Linux 1 thru 100, which is going the "very fat city" route too. You can substitute any other small interpreter or compiled language if you want in place of GW-Basic if that is your preference such as, Turbo Pascal, Forth, or some assembler. It is your call, small "c". or QuickC or QuickAssembler, QuickPascal... on and on... JoeSixpack is NOT a programmer, so i had to keep it simple for stupid (myself) using gwbasic 3.23 from DOS 4.01 which is the last formal release that i know of. Anyhow, here it is: GW-BASIC

An intuitive look at the cosmos, black holes,

sub-atomic particles, gravity, big bang,

and late night sandwiches

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