The Cosmos was created from an infinitesimally small primary
particle (radius = 1.3436928 x 10-26 km) located at the center of
S6. Prior to its formation, the Cosmos was in zero-state.
Each of the seven primary rings and thousands of sub-rings of the
initial primary particle at S6 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. The reminiscence of the formation of ring
system can be seen around the Saturn. Part of the sub-ring system of
the Saturn was not broken during the initial time of Creation.
Every infinitesimally small, fiercely rotating primary particle thus
created, is the cause of creation of a cosmic body. It is located at
the latter's geometric center. During the expansion process of the
Cosmos, it created 'single' primary particles, each of which further
created 1052 atoms of various elements per second (Chapter XIX of