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Cosmic microwave background radiation (CMBR) and its quantum fluctuations and the history of our universe.

Why the universe is shaped like it is right now

About the cosmic background radiation:

After the inflation (the first fractions of seconds after the big bang explosion) everything flight away from the big bang singularity…

The quantum gravity wall broke and the universe begun to expand…

In the first fractions of seconds of its existence all the energy set free by the explosion were relative regular everywhere…

There were just small differences; fluctuations…

At the big bang there were such nearly infinite hot temperatures…

In course of time it got colder and colder (till the 4 fundamental forces could begin to work and the quantum and colder till it colds to like it is now: just some degrees above absolute zero…

…But this radiations of the beginning of our universe can be “seen”:
There we have the Cosmic background radiation.
(The last picture that looks epileptical…)

…This radiation is microwave radiation (Look at the electromagnetic spectrum… Microwaves big wavelength, low frequency, low energy radiation…)

Microwaves arise by colder fusions than common light but it is not so:
Look at how many years are there from then till now:

The high-energy waves set free by the big bang lost in course of time its high energy… (high amplitudes)

They got shorter wavelengths like imaged in this diagram:

 

This is the cosmic background radiation.

Its wavelength got longer in course of time and now we can see it as a microwave background…

 

What’s with the fluctuations?

 

At the beginning of time and space the energy there was relative regular everywhere, but not total the same, just similar… The irregularities are the fluctuations…

In course of time the small fluctuations of the cosmic background radiation begun to shape objects like stars and galaxies…

Those small fluctuations are important: If they were too small no stars or other cosmic objects could be arisen, if the fluctuations were too big everything would be collapsed into a condition of a singularity… Our universe just had “luck”…

 

Entropy

Now… What is entropy? It is the 2nd law of thermodynamics and means that, simple said, everything gets disordered…If you look at the cosmic background radiation you can see that at the beginning of our universe everything were really regular. In course of time there are arisen entire galaxies, stars, galaxy clusters and whatever…

The reasons of this are the fluctuations…

 They got “bigger” in course of time, transformed into such mighty cosmic objects…

The shape of universe is an entire chaos, formed by spontaneity…

The chaos theory and general relativity

The chaos theory is the math behind the spontaneous effects and can calculate only the probability…

            In connection with general relativity the chaos theory could also be seen:

Short said: General relativity describes the geometry of space-time. Like you already know, gravity attracts mass; the more mass the more other mass is attracted and the more mass the bigger the gravitational force…

Then there arises a probability of where the mass full “thing” could be…

 

Let’s imagine a star as mass1 and a planet as mass2.

Would the planet be somewhere where nothing is around or would it be more in the near of another mass with gravitational force?

Remember the things I said about general relativity, imagine that the space-time-geometry is like a net and the masses are like balls laying/ rolling at the net.

 

The star as heavier object just lies in the net around then there comes another “ball”, not so heavy like the star but also rich of mass…

Where would the ball roll? The star distorts the net like a “small hole” and the other ball likes to roll there…

…And the ball – our imaginary planet – is rolling, to the star.

 

Conclusion: The probability of a position of mass is higher if there is already mass around. This is why entire galaxies and galaxy clusters, star systems arise and planets with lots of mass have more moons than not so heavy planets…

 

If you look again at this picture it shows the change of our universe’s shape… The smallest cube here is in the early years of our universe’s life where everything was relatively regular, the cube in the middle is anytime between and the last one should demonstrate our universe now…

And arisen by small fluctuations there is a beautiful universe…

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