From Nothing to Universe


By Ottokar Vogel,   2020


This presentation is a result of of deriving Scientific Physical Reality (SURe) by the generally accepted Scientific Method, which means just by observations and the conclusions of observations without any assumptions or interpretations. 

The process of Scientific Method started about 30years ago and ended in 2018 with three Universal Principles consisting of one axiom and two fundamental laws of nature (= Weltformel).

90% of work was to disprove own theories and revise these by new theories until all contradictions to observations were eliminated. Since 2018 the Universal Principles were successfully tested by about 500 known experiments of physicists.

By this it is nearly sure that the Universal Principles describe and explain all observations. The Universal Principles can be expressed by mathematics So these  can be called formula of the universe (Weltformel).



  • Generation of fundamental particles (electron-positron pairs) out of "Nothing"

(it's the only possible scientific way for the generation of matter and energy)


  By Separation along the spin axis pairs of electron and positron can be generated out of "nothing" without addition of energy . In all positions the opposite energies of spin movements  are compensated to zero.

Electron is identical to positron, as one of these has just to turn upside down.

--> There is no antimatter in universe.

      Antiparticles refer to opposite spin directions of particles.

Electrons and positrons (FPs) are equivalent to spherical spin energies

Electrons were generated at the same time everywhere in the space of universe (constant size).

Characterization of an antiparticle: Antiparticles can't bind to each other but do reflections. This is explained by first fundamental law of nature.





* the only fundamental particles are electrons which are equivalent spheric spinenergies of identical size and of identical spin movement.

* Everything in universe consists of bound spin-energies (electrons).


Why do electrons bind to each other?

This is caused by the first fundamentel law of nature: Spin energies have the intention to achieve minimal spin-energies by overlapping contrary rotating spin-energies 






On left side of picture is an electron and a positron, for which bonding is impossible. 

A bulk of spin-energies with random spin orientations will turn by permanent collisions to same spin orientation. This is the explanation for extreme low concentration of observable antmatter. 



Electron pair observed parallel to  spin axes

If two electrons collide,  which have same direction of spin then the contact areas have opposite spin movements. By superposition of opposite spin movements spin energy is compensated (reduced). As electrons have the endeavor to reduce spin energy (1st fundamental law of nature) these will stay superposed, which results in bondings. 

The reduced spin energy is transferred to vibration energy of the bonding, This is a result of the second Universal Law, which is the conservation of total energy at each moment of an interaction. 

Any further superposition beyond spin axes would increase spin energy. Exact position of minimal energy can be calculated.

Electron pairs react quickly to photons (4 electrons).

Electron-pairs are called in current physics electron- neutrinos.





By the requirement of minimal spin-energies there are following requirements for bound particles concerning their structure:

* All bondings of same particle are in a plane (disc-like)

* Every electron can bind to 3 other electrons in a plane with angles of 60 degrees between electrons

* All bondings do vibrations in same direction

* Vibrations which are buffered by other electrons increase stability of particles



Muons are particle with 3 electrons. These are not very stable, as these decay to electron-pair and electron,

Muons play not a relevant roll in universe.


Next picture shows a photon, consisting of 4 electrons parallel to spin axes.

Photon is also called muon-neutrino by current physics.


Nearly  all radiations are photons.

Photons differ strongly by kinetic energy ranging from infrared as lowest energy over visible photons, UV-, X-ay- and gamma- photons.

Photons are extremely stable, because of strong reduction of spin energy.

and strong buffer of vibration to three other photons.

More than  99% of all particles in universe are photons.

Most arelLow energetic IR-photons, which do arbitrary movements to all directions and fill the complete space of the universe inclusive the "free" space of atoms.

These photons are also called dark matter and cosmic microwave background and formerly aether. 






In following pictures of particle structures often  the centers of electrons are marked and instead of overlapping area there is a dash.,                                                                                       .


Comment: Nomination of omnipresent neutrinos has been generally changed to omnipresent photons.



Generation of Protons

Structure of a hydrogene atom 


 Proton + photon chain (much longer)





Picture of  completly bonded photons = photonium = matter of black holes  Thus between bonded atomic nuclei there are homogeneous photon chains. There are no electrons an no electron pairs.




Struture of frozen hyrogen = matter of stars

Neutrinokette = photon chain


Thus between bonded atomic nuclei there are homogeneous photon chains. There are no free electrons and no electron pairs in an atom or molecule




Fusion product in stars = matter of neutron stars = protonium:



Star Generation


Hydrogen molecules have 2 proton units as ends.  These proton units can do mutual bondings (nuclear fusion). Generation of bondings always needs low temperatures to be stable. Therefore by the cold temperatures of space hydrogen condenses first to liquid (clouds of hydrogen droplets). These can be observed as nebula in cosmos. Further condensation (fusion) by even lower temperatures leads to crystallization. The same phase transfers happens for water or other molecules. The end results of crystallization of hydrogen are ordinary stars.


Before the generation of ordinary stars other stars were generated in universe. Omnipresent photons  can crystallize at low temperatures. For this each fundamental particle does 3 mutual bondings .  Condensation and freezing of photons lead to supermassive black holes, which are called by New Physics supermassive photon stars. These photon stars continuously absorb high energetic photons and emit low energetic photons. The low energetic photons bind to huge gravitational fields and thus cause the formation of galaxies. Gravitation is due to collisons of free omnipresent photons to bodies. 



General effects of bondings

Comment CBD (Collision- Bonding - Decay) mechanism has been  changed to BAD - mechanism (Bonding - Averaging . Decay . mechanism). Of course is is activated also by collision like every interaction




Decay Reactions