Aquarian Steady State theorem

12.31: relig/aquarian/ElectroMagnetic Relationism
. for the dawning of the Aquarian Age,
I'm publishing a new version of 1992's
Physics/eternity/How a Star is Created:

. the vanilla "Steady State" theorem was disproved;
but, it's a perfect surname for a cosmology that
 supports the Final Anthropic Principle;
so, in honor of the 2012 festivities,
my cosmology will be referred to as
the Aquarian Steady State theorem .

the Screw U. principle:
. a new twist on developing this subject
is the theory that all real research on it
is stifled because it inexorably leads to
an understanding of Directed Energy Weaponry .

12.31: news: Edmund Wood 2007`Well-Balanced Universe:
. Wood's  book has a nice history of
what's wrong with physics theory today,
but I didn't find its theory compelling:
by heat transfer alone
cold regions are turning into stars?
(maybe I didn't read the whole thing...).

Try to find a logical explanation for the universe .
If it was created, explain why the creator exists.
The Dream Theory explains existence
by reversing a basic assumption about it:
experience is the only thing that actually exists,
and physical things are all in our One mind
( Our natural laws are still able to enforce reality
because they're operating on our experience directly
 rather than on perceived objects ).

. An important prediction of the Dream Theory
is that some civilization in our universe
must survive eternally; because,
We can't synthesize an infinite number of
patently novel experiences
unless each new design is allowed to
eternally know and differ from previous experiences .

. in order to support eternal life,
this universe must have a steady state design,
and this was my motivation for finding
an alternative to the Big Bang theory
which assumes our universe succumbs to heat death
and therefore fails to fulfill the
Final Anthropic Principle:
It is necessary for the Universe that
intelligence arises at some point,
and once it arises it will never die out.
 . the physic proof requires metaphysics theory:
it answers the usual religious questions:
"{ How was our existence was created?
What is God?  What is God's plan for the future? }
.  The really exciting aspect of this theory,
 is that it doesn't fall back on a "creator",
and it does predict the ability of civilization
to survive eternally .
.  Furthermore, it shows that our universe
couldn't even be possible
  if it weren't able to support the eternal development
of fantastic recreational games!
. In fact, the god that is our supernatural component
must find the technology to support us eternally,
at any cost;
so this theory should give you reason to reconsider
the meaning of business, freedom, neglect, and crime .
It is known that each star has a finite life
 ( 1 - 100 billion years ).
Therefore, if some life must progress eternally,
then the universe must eternally give birth to new stars.

. The Perfection Plan is a chain of developments
that will fulfill the Dream Theory:(1) Our natural evolution
has already developed our intelligence.
(2) The potential of intelligence in war and crime
has already resulted in a technological evolution .
The economy and insecurity will drive a search for
robotic defenses and artificial organs.
This will inevitably provide us with a brain-robot interface,
and finally a dream synthesizer .
(3) The potential for recreation in a synthetic world is unlimited
and this inevitably leaves us in the ideal evolution .
If the future actually holds this,
then the Dream Theory can explain why experience exists,
 and how the designs in it formed .

. the universe we know is the one rule that must exist eternally.
Given the richness of its physical and organic properties,
the design of this universe appears to have everything we need
to synthesize dreams and thus fulfill the dream theory.
This design must allow us to make infinitely many other designs!
We must be able to interface the brain with computer information,
so that every aspect of our experience
can be controlled by a program.
.  Our dream designs can maintain an infinite
variation in style and complexity  only if they evolve from
previous ones, indefinitely.
Thus, our universe could never provide an infinite variety
unless one of its civilizations were to survive continuously.
The Perfection Plan must insure continuous eternal life.
(On the other hand, if the universe cannot support
a continuously evolving dream synthesizer,
then the Dream Theory is false.)
. However, from just what we've seen in the 20th century,
it appears almost impossible that physics would not allow
a civilization to evolve for a continuous eternity,
and even less likely
that a dream synthesizer couldn't be built.
Moreover, there appears to be strong evidence that
psychological rules will insure that these feats will take place
if they can take place.
This action of psychology is the crux of the Perfection Plan.
. You can see how a warring, criminal world
accelerates the development of technology
-- our psyche says, "fight and think"! --
it is highly probable that this will bring us to
generally useful technology.
You can trust in the Perfection Plan because
for various "personal" reasons,
no one can stop its method of action
until it has already achieved its goal --total automation!
. We'll find total life support systems,
and a means for traveling to new stars
before our sun is exhausted.
Star-hopping will give us the eternal solar energy we need
for the continuous evolution of synthetic scripts.

. From natural to technological to ideal evolution,
our universe provides all the worst and all the best.
Dreams are the complement of synthetic scripts:
 they provide the unreal scripts we didn't engineer
. In the future,
we must combine the power of dreams
with the control of machines (if the Dream theory is true).
Wars and crime go on in simulated worlds,
where nobody gets hurt,
and everybody does what they want to.

. Our psyche could enforce a story that
insured the indefinite experience;
The Perfection Plan could have two effects:
(1) culture:
. by making people imperfect -- even untrustworthy --
it could promote automation and the thorough testing
of artificial life support and personal defense systems.
The threat of war always insures that
some nations will give serious consideration to a space program
as a means of riding on the crest of technological advancements
which could provide a defensive advantage.
. by expanding the population
it could make space colonization more appealing.
(2) metaphysics/ scripts:
. through the existence of a "collective conscious"
 the Perfection Plan could maintain not only culture
but could also monitor the entire situation through people,
using the subconscious portions of our mind
to sustain perpetuated conflict and distrust
to insure the implemention the Perfection Plan .
The Dream theory holds that the psyche of our world's script
uses randomness to impart a story.
Where the natural laws use random variables,
they don't enforce any particular outcome,
so the psyche is free to select
combinations and sequences, as needed.
Thus, the extent to which a random system was chaotic
 would determine how much control our psych had over it.
Our personal behavior and even our genetic integrety
depend on randomness.
By the use of unlikely combinations and sequences,
the psyche could genetically engineer
actors that fit their part.
. If you've had any realistic dreams,
it becomes apparent that our only contact with reality
is through a corresponding "dream".
Now, without considering dreams,
it appears obvious that objects form our experience.
But the objects in realistic dreams are imaginary;
so, we might see that experience forms our objects.

. Empiricism is the theory that
real experiences are equivalent to dreams;
all real observations must be translated
from physical signals
into the same fabric that dreams are made of;
the universe may or may not
live independent of experience,
but experience is the only substance
that we can prove actually exists.

. Empirical observations are ones
done without the use of instruments
to check the reliability of your perception.
The only thing that empiricism can surely detect
is the existence of experience.
However, even with the use of instruments
it cannot be proven that the world
isn't simply your dream.
Even your dreams could have a world where
instruments have measurements
that are consistent with each other
 and with your direct observations and predictions.
There's no way to prove
you won't "wake up" from "reality".

Subjective Idealism
If we must always view reality in terms of
       the same substance that dreams are made of;
       and, dreams can make imaginary situations appear to be real,
then could our reality be the imaginary universe of a shared dream?
. Subjective Idealism is the theory that
our collective experience
is the only substance that actually exists,
and that perception of a universe
is merely the result of a system of rules
that act directly on the experience.
. We can neither prove nor disprove
that the universe is imaginary;
since, by analogy, if several video displays are
 showing camera views of the same universe,
and the ideal computer is capable of simulating the same views,
then how could you distinguish camera images
 from a computer image?
Why must we conclude that a real model
 was recorded by camera,
if a computer could have simulated the same "camera" signals?

 The Dream Theory
. By using subjective idealism as a hypothesis,
the Dream Theory is allowed to explain the creation
in terms of the origins of experience:

. Assume that experience is the only thing that actually exists,
and physical things are all in our mind.
(Our natural laws are still able to enforce reality
because they're operating on our experience directly.)
Also assume that there is no creator
to select a particular type of experience.
. Thus, experience cannot simply exist as nothingness
because there is no creator to select that experience.
There must exist an infinite variety of experiences.
This infinite variety provides the same information
as no experience at all, so when seen collectively,
the experiences reflect what exists --the indefinite.

. Because experience must exist as an infinite variety,
this forces the existence of a rule that can
define an infinite variety of other rules. 
Only by having one rule can a particular
indefinite stream of experience be created.
Only by having an infinite variety of perceived environments
can experience be defined with an infinite variety
in quality and structure.
For an infinite variation in the structure of experience,
our universe would need more than our natural environment
even with war, crime, mental illness,  nightmares,
drugs, and dreams.
It must support an eternity of synthetic experiences.

. But in order to keep the synthetic designs from
repeating themselves, there must be a civilization that
survives eternally to insure the
infinite progression of synthetic design.
Thus, we must be able to create recreational systems that
impose a totally synthetic rule upon a brain,
ultimately, with a dream synthesizer.
Also, our universe must create new stars as old ones expire,
and we must be able to travel to them eternally
.   The Dream Theory can be disproved only if we find
some inherent limitation that either
prevents any civilization from evolving eternally,
or that doesn't provide the technology for a dream synthesizer.
The proof of the Dream Theory depends on a
prediction about the nature of all future experiences
(it predicts that some civilization will survive eternally
and find recreation by being submerged in
totally programmable synthetic rules),
so there is always some chance that this theory
doesn't fit the observations.

All For Naught

        Why isn't there nothing?
 I couldn't fathom how a creative god -- a system of rules --
could exist without itself being created.
. many religions use our undeniable existence
 as proof that a creator exists;
 and sure enough,
my beliefs left me with the conclusion that
there should be nothing more than a
null experience in a void universe.
. even when I simplified my inquiry with
the hypothesis that Experience is the only thing that exists,
I still couldn't fathom how experience in a void
could be anything but null (unawareness).

. My imagination was being hindered by
that mind's interpretation of the
Law of Sufficient Reason
 (it states: everything happens for a reason;
ie, reality follows rules, or:
A unique state is the result of a particular system of rules).
This is logically equivalent to saying,
 unique state implies unique rule
. the following contrapositive form of that sentence
 is another way of saying the same thing:
 not unique rule implies not unique state
In a metaphysical context,
the contrapositive form is more relevant
since the Dream theory is assuming that
no particular system of rules exist:
without a particular system of rules to determine behavior,
all states are possible.
So, why isn't there nothing?
. Experience could maintain a definite null state
 if there were a creator to choose that particular state;
 but, a creator simply doesn't exist .
 This is a stupendous result !

. The fact that we exist as a myriad of different experiences
 is actually proof that the God we know
 was not a creator.
. rather, our God or rule was itself created
by the metaphysical requirement thatthe
infinite variety of states must be defined by
 some rule -- any rule --
and that rule is what we call god.

. A nonexistent rule (or God) would be nonspecific about
the definition that it imposed on experience;
 and, since "nothingness" is a specific state,
the only way to have no particular definition
is to exist as everythingness
 -- an infinity of definite states
 that collectively say nothing in particular.
Such an experience would contain
a denial of every affirmed condition;
so when all the states are considered collectively,
the experience has really remained indefinite
 about the existence of any particular condition.
. everythingness is the only experience available
 if there is no creator or an existing universe to select values.

All Created God
. Another argument for the existence of divinity
is the undeniable order that our universe provides:
how else could our system of natural rules
be chosen without a divine creator?
However, rather than look at the rule,
assume that the only things that really exist
are the patterns formed by the rule into experience.
The essential question then is this:
has there been some order or consistency
about the pattern laid into experience?
Now, after the experience of illnesses, nightmares,
and an eternity of dream synthesizers,
there must be an infinite variety about the patterns,
so that no choices have been made.
Natural laws routinely guide our
experience in the twentieth century,
but the patterns they make in experience
are no more "natural" than
patterns made by synthetic laws.
If our physical laws can support a dream synthesizer,
then nightmares and mental illness may even disappear.
. The Dream theory hypothesizes that
 it was actually for lack of a creator
that our universe mirrors an eternally constant,
heroically ordered system.
. without a creator to define a universe,
 the experience must exist as everythingness in order to
 correspond to the indefinite condition;
and since the Experience must exist,
 it must also induce our natural law
as a means to define the states
. If no particular definition was induced,
 then there would be no definite states,
 and thus no way to express the indefinite
 with a continuum of definite states.
Thus, "everythingness" created God, the natural law.

Finite & Constant:
. Without finite and constant natural laws,
we would be unable to predict reality
and build a dream synthesizer .
. And, then our synthetic scripts couldn't
progress eternally .
. The synthesizer is required to generate an
infinite variety in the structure of experience;
and, infinite variety is required to provide experience with
 an indefinite value .
. therefore,the Dream theory predicts that
either our natural law is finite and constant,
 or there is more than one physical universe.
However it's highly unlikely
that the rule for defining indefinite experience
would be so complex,
when a single universe could do the job.

summary of metaphysical creation:
. experience is a substance that either
exists all at once -- indefinitely -- or not at all.
But as a substance,
experience exists without place or time.
The patterns that develop in the experience
are designed by a single, unified rule
that we know as our universe:
[ it needs to be a finite rule
that can define a place & time for
an infinite variety of definite experiences .]
Such a rule doesn't preclude a supernatural power,
and such a power could use evolution as a tool.
A space is the collection of all the
possible values that a variable could have .
The model space
is all the ways to design a physics,
or a system for defining experience.
The physical space is the collection of
all the places that an object could be
at a particular time.
The metaphysical space is all the ways in which
 an Experience could be defined indefinitely.
Unlike physical space, the metaphysical  has no
dimension of place or time:
either the Experience is defined indefinitely,
or it is not.
. Without the actual existence of time or space,
the existence of experience is an all-or-nothing thing:
either a rule does define experience indefinitely,
 or it does not.
When experience is viewed as a substance,
it exists as one object
of infinite size that never changes.
Each of us, at any given time,
is "being" part of this object.

. it sounds as if all the moments in history
have already happened.
After all, some experience obviously already exists,
and if experience is an all-or-nothing thing,
then the entire experience
must already be defined.
And if all experience already exists,
then all the events of the future
must have already happened,
and we are being a procession of experience
with no more control than if we were watching a movie.
. But this confuses your experience
with the models that designed it.
When you watch a video of real events,
you might say that those involved in making the movie
 really have no control in what they are seen doing
 --but at the time of the filming they certainly did.
Similarly, you are being subjected to the lives of
21st century earthlings who were
very much in control of their future.
Their universe didn't support time-travel,
and destiny consisted only of the will to survive eternally,
and grow technologically
 --free will had a lot of room to move around in.
and, that experience will eternally depend on life;
and, that life will eternally depend on solar energy.

white light is made from all colors
.  There is no void, no empty space,
nothing except the experience of anything
. Moreover,  there is no independently existing
creative god or rule with which to
choose a single favorite experience
such as bliss or unawareness .
Therefore, all varieties of experience must exist
. It is actually for lack of a creator
 that there must exist
an infinite variety of experiences
. This infinite variety provides
the same information as no experience at all,
 so when seen collectively,
the experiences reflect what exists --the indefinite .

. Because experience must exist as an infinite variety,
 this forces the existence of a rule or God that can
define an infinite variety of other rules .
Only by having an infinite variety of rules
can experience be defined with an
infinite variety of quality and structure .
Therefore, our universe or God,
is a rule that must allow us to make other rules,
so we must be able to create
recreational systems that impose a
totally synthetic rule upon a brain
-- ultimately with a dream sythesizer
 ( A synthesizer would control "dreams"
by connecting all of a brain's nerve-endings
to a computer interface. )

But why synthesize what isn't recreational?
 For an infinite variation in the
 structure of experience,
 our universe includes war, crime,
mental illness, nightmares, and drugs .

The Aquarian Steady State Theorem
. MacMillan -- the first to suggest a SteadyState theory --  
didn't offer any suggestions for observing
the superiority of his theory over others, like the Big Bang,
"yet it does stand as a bold and pioneer statement
of a theme that now has a firm even though somewhat
heretical place in cosmological speculation"
-- By invalidating the Big Bang theory,
it could appear heretical to the scientific community. 
At first glance, it appears that a universe without
beginning or end can't be created by God,
making such an assertion heretical to the Church.
However, time is a creation, just like physical space is.
Before the creation of a universe
there would be no such thing as time,
and it is conceptually impossible
to create time at a particular time!
Thus, regardless of whether
God created objects at a particular time,
the universe of time and space
must have been created without beginning or end.
. MacMillan is reminded by the darkness of space
that star light must get consumed
in the process of forming new hydrogen.
He viewed the universe as being infinite and eternal,
with galaxies uniformly distributed.
He postulated that no natural process
can proceed eternally only one-way;
it must be reversible.[2]
If an eternally uniform star system
radiates energy by destroying mass;
then to reverse this, new stars must
somehow be created as others are consumed. 
There must be a natural
reallocation of the consumed mass
by an energy-to-mass conversion.
. MacMillan pointed out that the
Second Law of Thermodynamics
is true only within the context of
physical systems of a small, constructible scale;
he used the example of water  that flows in
only one direction until it evaporates and re-condenses.[2] 
The main point of the Second Law of Thermodynamics
is the impossibility of constructing a perpetual machine.
Any time that energy is used for work,
there is some loss by radiation,
and this loss of energy cannot be regained
without using more energy. 
At a certain super-galactic level
the universe is indeed a perpetual machine.
In fact, in 1970's, we discovered, for the first time,
what appears to be the birth of a new star.[3]

Plasma Cosmology

. By 1961, observations showed that
electromagnetic (EM) waves lost energy
as they travelled great distances,
so that their frequency became less,
and their wavelengths became longer.
In more distant objects, 
the longer, radio-length waves were always
 more common [4](p148).
At first, astronomer Hubble found that the
dimmer a source was,
the more its energy wave was carried by
the longer wave lengths.
The longest visible light waves are red,
so this effect is called the Hubble Redshift.
Now, another possible cause for the longer wavelengths
could be the Doppler effect.
If the source is moving away from us quickly
then it takes longer for a full wavelength to be absorbed,
and this is equivalent to absorbing a longer wavelength.
Thus, the Redshift could have been from either:
(1) the universe is expanding,
so everything is moving away from everything else,
including earth, or
(2) the EM radiation loses energy as it
travels intergalactic distances.
In the 1970's, Tulley and Fischer developed
another way to determine the distance of other stars,
so they could confirm that distance causes a red shift. [4](p18) 
This contradicts the Big Bang theory
that the universe is expanding about us.

ElectroMagnetic Relationism

. Relationism is the doctrine holding that
relations exist as real entities.
EM Relationism is an extension of
MacMillan's Steady State theory.
EM Relationism not only explains
how energy can be transferred
without "ether" or "time contraction"
but also explains how new stars can be
formed eternally.
EM Relationism claims that
energy travels between objects through
separately existing string-like entities
that connect each mass to every other mass.
These EM entities are not stable
without carrying a wave of some definite length,
and rather than be completely still
they are converted into mass.
This sort of mass is then subject to
the laws of plasma cosmology,
where they become the starting point of star regeneration.

EM entities run through each mass in all directions
and maintain their location relative to that particle; 
thus, rather than one ocean of ether particles,
each mass drags around its own infinite volume of EM entities.
Since these strings have no mass, this drag is effortless.
EM entities are infinite in length,
and transfer energy indefinitely.
But if each EM entity is owned by a particular mass,
then are your waves importing or exporting?
We can see pictures of distant stars
that no longer actually exist,
so we must exclusively own the strings
that give us energy.
However, an object will always radiate
the same amount of energy
regardless of the degree
to which it's surrounded by importers;
unless every object is completely surrounded
by other objects!
Space does look empty,
but we can not hope to see what is infinitely far away.
I need to do some experiments.
EM Relationism could be off,
but the focal question is,
what makes the universe create new stars.

Einstein's Special Relativity theory
explained how photons and other EM radiation
could defy newtonian mechanics
after it was proved that space wasn't filled with
 ether (a collection of particles
that can propagate waves).
EM Relationism theory claims that
space is filled with EM entities
(a collection of "waves" or strings
that can propagate "particles" or photons).
While Einstein's theory correctly states that
energy and mass are
different forms of the same substance,
this result does not depend on his Relativity theories.
EM Relationism can explain photon travel
without metaphysical notions such as "contracted time".

The relativity formula is derived from
the light clock experiment:
That is a stick with a light source on one end
and a reflector on the other.
When the light is reflected,
then a sensor next to the light source
responds by sending out another pulse of light.
This is like the routine of pitcher and batter
who would always hit the ball to the pitcher.
It keeps time like a clock because
it measures the speed at which the ball can travel.
If the clock is moving perpendicular to
the direction of its stick,
the ball has obviously moved through more air,
even though the relative distance has remained the same.
Now because of this,
relativity will tell you that the ball has
actually traveled a greater distance.
However, the experiments confirm
that the ball has traveled the same distance
because it still produces the same volleys per minute.
So relativity will then tell you, with a straight face,
that the distance was greater,
but it was shortened by a time dialation
that occurs whenever things move past you too quick.
Relativity must be assuming that light is a wave
that is propagated through an ocean of ether.
According to EM Relationism,
the EM entities were already connecting
the light source to its reflector,
and the wave that was propagated over that entity
travels the same distance
regardless of whether the clock is still, or accelerated.

Unlike Relativity,
EM Relationism starts from the question,
"how is eternal solar energy supported". 
There are two physical laws
supporting the theory that new stars
will always be forming,  and always have been,

(Law 1) Nuclear theory:
. energy and mass are never destroyed,
  but converted into the other.

(Law 2) Thermal Radiation theory:
. matter always radiates its energy
at a rate proportional to its absolute temperature
(if temperature remains constant,
then it's absorbing as much as it radiates). 
If it isn't absorbing any radiation,
then it will reach an absolute temperature of zero.
Also the Hubble Redshift insures that
as waves travel infinitely, they lose all energy. [4](p18)

The EM entities radiate energy from their particle
until its temperature reaches absolute zero. 
As the temperature decreases,
most of the radiation is released at longer wavelengths; 
so it's predicted that an absolute temperature of zero
would result in the radiation of energy
having an infinite wavelength.
Also, the Hubble Redshift insures that
EM radiation from surrounding sources
cannot add radiation from arbitrary distances.
This means that without a source of solar energy nearby,
any place in the universe will eventually be
as devoid of energy as the last time a galaxy was born there.

As stars in a region become exhausted, 
the seas of EM entities grow calmer
as radiation is emitted in longer lengths.
Also, their wavelengths fall longer with distance.
When the length of a last EM wave approaches infinity,
the EM entity has failed to define its wavelength;
so, it must exist as something that
doesn't have a wavelength!
The resulting energy-to-mass conversion
creates a Gravitational (G) entity that is very unstable.

 These G entities combine into more stable neutrons,
and this gain in stability releases
enormous amounts of thermal energy.
Energy is needed by a particle to maintain its structure,
which gives it the quality of mass.
When the particles group together,
they are forming a single structure
that requires much less energy than
the many individual structures needed. 
The energy that was no longer needed for
 maintaining structure
is now free to cause the erratic motion
that is known as thermal energy, and perceived as heat.

 The process of creating thermal energy
causes the neutron to separate into a positive proton
 and a negative electron,
and these are the constituents of plasma.
Plasma is the fourth state of matter:
just as gas is super-heated liquid,
plasma is super-heated gas.
Particles in a plasma are charged,
and their kinetic (motion) energy
is high enough to maintain that charge
 (difference in electrical potential).
Unlike a gas,
a plasma is electrically conductive
and affected by magnetism.
 There are an equal number of positively charged ( ions )
as there are negatively charged ( electrons ). [5]
An ion is a molecule that has fewer electrons than protons
 (protons have a positive charge).
An energy-to-mass conversion will create the mass,
and the subsequent stabilizing process
will bestow it with the immense energy needed
for a plasma state.

Lerner's Plasma Cosmology [4]

When a current flows through a plasma,
it must assume the form of a filament
in order to move along magnetic field lines.
The flow of electrons thus becomes force-free:
because they move exactly along the
lines of a magnetic field,
no magnetic forces act on them.
The axis of galactic spiral is one such filament.
Electrons along the center of the filament
flow in straight lines,
producing a spiral magnetic field
along which the outer electrons can flow.
The outer electrons, in turn,
flowing in spirals around the filament,
produce the straight magnetic field lines on the axis
along which inner electrons flow.

When working with electromagnetism,
certain key variables do not change with scale
--electrical resistance, velocity, and energy
all remain the same.
This means that plasma acts the same at the galactic level
as at the laboratory level,
only the rate of activity is proportional to its size.
For instance, if plasmas are fired at high speed
toward each other in the laboratory,
they pinch and twist themselves
into the shapes of spiral galaxies.
Both theoretical studies and computer simulations
had shown that any plasma with sufficient energy
will create vortex filaments, that form thick dense ropes.
These filaments will grow
until they became self-gravitating:
gravity will then break them up,
producing blobs of plasma spinning across
the field lines of the huge filaments.
This, in turn, will generate inward flowing currents
that will produce a new set of filaments,
thus repeating the cycle,
spinning an ever finer web of matter.

The first filaments will be dozens of supercluster chains.
Each of these will be composed of
thousands of galaxies which contain
hundreds of billions of stars.
At each stage the inward-flowing currents
and the backgound magnetic field
will brake the spinning plasma,
allowing further contraction of the
protocluster, protogalaxy, or protostar.

The energy taken from the
rotation and gravitational contraction of the object
will go into the creation of the dense plasmoid
and will be released in the beams
that the plamoids create as they decay.
A quasar is thus the birth cry of a galaxy,
the means by which the excess energy of rotation,
which must be removed if the galaxy is to collapse,
is carried away in the form of energetic jets.
Quasars expel electrical energy with one beam of electrons
that never escape the limits of the quasar,
and an opposite beam of protons
that radiate radio waves by accelerating electrons.

Once the galaxy forms,
the same process at a lower rate
fuels the repetitive formation of small plasmoids at its nucleus.
The process is today generating stars
in the dense filaments of the spiral arms.
I don't really understand how plasma cosmology
takes us from plasma to star creation.
Conversely, Lerner doesn't seem too concerned with
taking us from empty space to plasma.
I copied this bit about plasma cosmology because
it seems to have the missing piece of my puzzle.
In any case, the piece of the puzzle that I put in place
is that EM waves travel on entities that
exist independently of the energy they transfer,
and without any energy to transfer,
they perform an energy-to-mass conversion.
As this primitive mass forms more stable mass,
its thermal energy becomes more intense,
and it finally initiates a self-perpetuating nuclear fusion. 
A star is born, and it performs the
mass-to-energy conversion
that keeps a strong wave in all the nearby EM entities. 
After repeated fusion reactions ( and some fission ),
all the fuel has been radiated; 
and, the star finally stops making waves,
to make way for a new generation.

The Big Bang Theory

Our universe follows a set of rules
that follow a time-in-space model
and these rules define our experience.
The time-in-space model
forms  a collection of experiences.
Only the model's effect on experience is real
-- the model itself doesn't exist at all.
As a metaphysical idea,  the Big Bang could refer to
the theory that all experiences exist simultaneously
-- BANG -- as a single indefinite object in a space
that has no distance or time.
(time, distance, and motion
are part of the model, not the reality).

As for theories in physics,
plasma cosmologists have alternatives
and strong arguments for refuting the Big Bang (see [4]).
Physics is our study of how that time-in-space model works. 
There is no Big Bang in physics;
just an endless procession of stars living to fill void,
and dying to create it.
Of course, this theory merely fits my own observations,
which are quite limited.

[1]  Physics, 2nd ed. Kane.
[2]  American Journal of Physics  26(9) 1958 p(600..) 
[3]  Time Magazine 1988-89 [also mentioned 1977]
[4]  The Big Bang Never Happened, 1991. Lerner.
[5]  Introduction to Plasma Theory [see also Nicholson]