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This is the website accompaniment to the book, Existence Uniformity, that was published in late 2016. Though Existence Uniformity covers the question of the historical Jesus, while also going into many specifics about what a secular replacement philosophy for religious faith should entail—besides the presentation that the book makes concern-ing physics—this Endless Cycle Universe website concentrates on the physics portion of those ontological questions; which location can obviously include far more information than the book, like more on how these concepts were conceived before going through development and improvement, along with a little about some exclusion of what looks like less than a handful of mistaken items as well. There were three of those in the course of producing all of this: (1) When first launching into my studies of physics, radio wasn't thought to travel at exactly the same speed as visible light, which became my first major mistake; (2) Also, for a couple of years I thought that the alpha particle would serve as an electron instead of it being a helium nucleus, which question I finally worked through and was satisfied that alpha particles were indeed helium nuclei, as I eventually realized that beta particles were the electrons I was searching for; and then recently (3) In 2015 I hypothesized that an attraction emanating from all of the galaxies surrounding us in every direction might have some sort of an impact on the momentum of objects here, which during this past summer (in 2016) I realized was false. (The section with this error appears in red text in Symmetry in Motion on the orbits page.) 

That latest hypothesis of mine to fall, that gravity from galaxies contributes to momentum here, came in what has been an ongoing trial and error process over the last decade. This past summer, when writing the physics portion of the book, Existence Uniformity, a realization about thrust itself became much clearer to me: how that any form of thrust can produce its own momentum, wholly. Nevertheless, large attractive bodies that are not too distant do, in fact, alter momentum constantly, even as angular momentum is constantly becoming the result of that, which I have known quite well since first beginning to work on such questions.

The problem is that galaxies are simply too distant to have much of a gravitational impact on bodies or objects in other galaxies, typically speaking. In 2015, my hypothesis on that overestimated the gravitational tug coming from other galaxies. This was realized in 2016 when further developing what causes galaxies to spread. As I tried to produce new updated material for the book, I came to realize that the way protons and neutrons form is what has caused galaxies to spread, since there would be times when spewed material—charge particles, i.e. differently charged photons—would begin occurring once again in a cycle that always repeats; therefore that spewing itself creates its own momentum when there are no other galaxies out there to assist that material's continuous movement in a direction.