shape of our Cosmos is like that of an oblate spheroid. It
consists of seven sets of Universes - each set containing three
identical Universes. The Universes revolve around a Super cosmic
body S6 whose radius is 105 times the radius of our Sun..
Creation of Cosmos
The Cosmos was created from an infinitesimally small primary
particle having radius of 1.3436928 x 10-26 km.
Each of the seven primary rings and thousands of sub-rings
around the initial primary particle broke into three identical
parts, each of which got transformed into a primary particle due
to its enormous rotational and outward velocities - the entire
process taking 10-52 second. Every infinitesimally small,
fiercely rotating primary particle thus created, is the cause of
creation of a cosmic body.
Cause of Gravitation
The huge rotational velocity of a primary particle causes
Direction of Rotational Axis
The rotational axes of all cosmic bodies in the Cosmos are
directed towards the center of S6, which is parent to all of
Continuous Creation & Dissolution of Matter
All material particles in the Cosmos undergo simultaneous
creation and dissolution processes in every 2 x 10-52 second.
Continuous Creation & Dissolution of Life
Life in the Cosmos undergoes creation and dissolution processes
after every 1.3436928 x 1017 seconds.
A Black Hole is not a hole in the real sense. It's a fiercely
rotating black cosmic body. There exists a black cosmic body at the
center of every galaxy in our Universe.
The atom of element is a rotating ring-system that undergoes
creation and dissolution processes in every 2 x 10-52 second. An
atom, therefore, resembles a fiercely rotating wheel.
Present Age of Cosmos
The relationship Time (t) = (Radius of S6)2, derived in Chapter IV
of the book, determines that the present age of the Cosmos is
4.8372327543 x 1021 seconds or 155.521971644 trillion Earth-years (1
Earth-year = say, 360 days).
Total Lifespan of Cosmos
The total lifespan of the Cosmos is 9.67458816 x 1021 seconds or
311.04 trillion Earth-years (1 Earth-year = say, 360 days).
Society for Cosmological Research consists of
people interested or engaged in research work on the creation of
matter and life that together constitute the Cosmos and is a
non-profit institution. Its people recognize the fact that the
present models of the Cosmos and the Atom, which are not
observable by the currently available means, have been developed
by conjecture and not by deriving well-defined laws.
Many science students have similar views and
many of the researchers understand that they grope on the surface of a problem when
the solution lies somewhere under the surface and that the
present theories of science can not lead them along the shortest
route to the solution. Therefore, all theories pertaining to
the Cosmos and the Atom need to be reviewed and further studies
on them pursued.
The book titled 'As I see and realize' is the result of
stupendous research work done by the author, who is also a
member of the Society. It delivers information, hitherto unknown
to us, on the process of creation of the Cosmos through
mathematical derivations. The author is confident that he has
stated the truth and that the derivations and other observations
can be proved experimentally by using appropriate tools. The
Society fully supports his endeavor.
The readers are advised to read the 'Author's Notes' and 'Criticisms
/ Answers' in the Website from time to time as the notes and answers will give them further inputs for understanding the contents of the book.
The readers may send their comments and queries on the contents of the book to the author via e-mail. The answers will be posted
on the Website or mailed.