#### Mycroft

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It is very complex, but I will try to encapsulate it as best I can.

Get yourself a cuppa, a few biscuits and turn off the radio or TV.

In simple terms the existing 'model' is that if we reel back time we return to a 'Singularity' an infinitely small and infinitely dense point is space where all Mathematics and Physics do no longer 'work'.

The problem has always been that all the physical Maths on this are confined to 4 dimensions (x,y,z + time) and so we were confounded in every attempt to go back to '0'.

This was always considered a 'dimensional' issue and so we piled on dimensions in various theories, up to 22 of them.

Dimensions are simply tensors, a means to calculate, as though a path was a dimension in and of itself.

What is now becoming clear to some (but not to others) is that perhaps the answer is far more simple.

What appears to be a 'Big Bang' was part of a collapsing Hyperstar.

This is a 4 dimensional Star, like our own but enormous, perhaps the size of a small Galaxy, but it exists as a starting point for 'our' time.

This is a fundamental re-think on the matter of time itself.

The best way to explain this simply is to use the analogy of AD/BC in our own Christian calendar, we exist now in the 'AD' part of Cosmological time and before this star collapsed was the counterpart 'BC'.

There was an entire Cosmos and it's time signaature destroyed by the collapse of the Hyperstar.

The size and extent of the collapse allows an additional Dimension to momentarily exist.

In our cosmos when a Star collapses in four dimensions, the outer layers get blown out into space and the inner layers collapse to form a black hole. The black hole being surrounded by the three dimensional surface know as the event horizon it is three dimensional because time ceases at the event horizon.

A Hyperstar adds a dimension to the mix.

The inner layers collapse into a black hole and are surrounded by a four dimensional event horizon that includes a time like transition. However all of the outer layers don't explode out randomly into space like they do in our 'AD' Cosmos.

Some of the outer layers form a sheet, a four dimensional sheet, that looks like an extra layer on top of the event horizon. This sheet then expands slowly away from the Hyperstar remnant, as it has enough momentum to escape the collapse.

To see this think of a Tennis Ball, inside is a Black hole and the outer 'skin' is our Cosmos.

So our Cosmos is not a Ball that is growing, it is a Bubble and we are part of the containment that is the material of the bubble.

All the maths 'work' in this model, in fact they work better in many aspects, but the most important aspect in which they continue to work is that they continue into the 'BC' period.

Many are sceptical and it might be a deceit of the Maths itself. No-one is certain at the moment.

It does cause problems with Dark Matter, but as that is not a definitive subject that is fully understood we may yet find that in the end this 'Cosmos in a Shockwave' model has better answers.

I did better than I thought I would! Short and concise and not too hard to grasp I think.

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