Bill Rabinovitch's
First Morning on Tatooine

Germain arrives early next morning.

He finds Rabinovitch already sketching Tatooine.

Rabinovitch is drawing the tower across the street.

Bill remarks, "Bet there'a a lot of room for art on the walls inside that tower."

"Don't know. We'll have to invite them to your opening to find out.
So, how was your first night on Tatooine?" asks Germain.

"No complaints!" exclaims Rabinovitch discreetly.

Fantasy elaborates, "Bill and I seem to be getting along. I think we've worked things out."

"I want to go shopping, to buy him an outfit that will blend in on Tatooine,
so he doesn't look like an alien tourist," she adds.

"Good idea, and buy yourself a new outfit too. I'll put it on Merlin's tab," responds Germain.

Germain continues, "Meanwhile, I'll take Bill over to the gallery; why don't you meet us there."

"OK," Fantasy agrees as she leaves to go shopping.

Germain locks up his freight office...

and they head for Germain's gallery.

When suddenly they're approached by...

Jawas with a droid..

The Jawa Kaerakh asks, "Utto nye usabia atoonyoba?"

The droid introduces itself as Aleister Allardyce, and translates.

"My master is interested in commencing buisness with you two fine people regarding a slightly used robotic companion," explains Aleister

The Jawa Maelgwyn tightens loose access panel, and kicks the droid, which recoils in dismay. Kaerakh says "Nyeta Rubac." Maelgwyn scrapes off rust. The droid states, "My master wishes to inform you that I am free of iron-oxide compounds."

Germain inquires, "What is the price of your droid?"

Kaerakh replies "Lyo' Hakisewa Toineepa." Maelgwyn chuckles. Aleister translates, "The price my master proposes for this fine unit is Six Thousand of your Republic Credits." Maelgwyn polishes his tool kit. Kaerakh asks, "Uwanna waa?" Aleister explains, "My master inquires to your interest in this bargain." Maelgwyn yawns.

Germain Falconer begins, "I see it's a bargain,.."

The droid subtly nudges Maelgwyn. Kaerakh says, "Ysas." Maelgwyn smiles. Aleister says, "My master wishes to inform you that this is a very equal exchange of value."

Germain responds, "Perhaps we could trade. Want to take a look in my gallery?"

Kaerakh inquires, "Ushabia namba kee koolee?" Aleister explains, "My master inquires as to whether or not your gallery is equipped with an air conditioning unit. My master greatly appreciates cool places." Maelgwyn nods. Kaerakh exclaims, "Wass!" Maelgwyn gasps.

Germain counters, "Just around the corner, come see for yourself how cool it is."

Kaerakh asks, "Mambay Ookwass?" Aleister gives the news "My master implores you to lead the way."

Germain replies, "With pleasure!"

Kaerakh hits the droid to start moving.

Germain leads them to his gallery...

and opens the gate.

Bill gets his first look...

at the inside of Germain's gallery

and the installation of his work

Maelgwyn smiles as he enters. Kaerakh remarks, "Ra'ti, ha'mfoo chikua..." Aleister translates, "My master inquires to the flammability of these fine modern art masterpieces."

Rabinovitch changes the subject, "See any work you like?"

The Jawas walk around the gallery

They take time for each piece.

Kaerakh inspects all the work carefully.

Finally Kaerakh says, "Ya e'um pukay." Maelgwyn ponders. Aleister is diplomatic, "My master seeks more... practical goods for exchange. Jawa's are a very basic people."

Germain responds, "Understood."

Maelgwyn spit polishes droid. Aleister looks horrified.

"Perhaps you'll come back for an art opening one day?" Rabinovitch invites them.

Maelgwyn nods. Kaerakh asks, "Kuh kiminay po luza?" Aleister begs, "My master implores you for forgiveness, he has left the boiler on in the sandcrawler and must return immediately. He bids you good day"

Germain closes the door behind them and remarks, "The second sun just rose. I expect Fantasy will get back soon."

"While we're waiting for Fantasy, I have more questions about your science theories. If there are no quarks, how does matter form?" asks Bill.

"Three types of resonances arise in the vacuum of time-space which are capable of stabilizing: One is at the diameter of the electron outer shell, and consists of electron / positron pairs. Usually they either decay out of existence or annihilate themselves. The next is at the diameter of the hadron outer shell. These are matter / anti-matter pairs which again usually either decay out of existence or annihilate themselves. The latter are what the Casimir effect actually measures."

Germain continues, "The smallest is a neutrino with an outer shell smaller than a hadron's inner shell. It resonates with a point at its center. Very rarely, an electron / positron pair and a hadron / anti-hadron pair arise with a common center point and can stabilize each other with the help of neutrinos serving as ball bearings. Typically this results in a neutron which has an electron and positron both spiraling toward inner locii in the center of the inner neutron shell. Such neutrons typically soon lose a neutrino bearing, and then beta decay releasing their electron. They gain the positive charge of a proton due to the positron still spiraling around the center point of the hadron inner shell."

Germain adds, "The vast majority of such resonances never stabilize. However, although they decay out of existence, to the extent they approach stability, they exhibit mass. This explains dark matter. Because the majority never actually come into existence, you don't see them as matter, but you see their attempts at resonance as gravitational fields. Such attempts at forming matter are more likely to succeed near the perimeter of existing gravitational fields, which is why you see matter in the universe developing along tendrils. It also explains the "cusp-core problem," of why dark matter appears at the cusp of galaxies, whereas your theories predict it should clump around the core.

Germain concludes, "It's ironic that your astrophysicists realize the vacuum energy they calculate is 120 orders of magnitude greater than what they can measure, but this only confuses them, and they never think of the quantum vacuum energy acting like dark matter as the answer to both their problems."

"What about mesons, they're supposed to be made of two different quarks, and a large number have been observed and identified!" demands Bill.

Germain pulls up a chart of mesons on his computer.

Germain explains, "A meson is 2/3 the mass of a hadron. Imagine a sphere about 2/3 the size of the outer sphere of the hadron gravity wave. Call it the meson sphere. It represents a harmonic node in the spherical gravity wave, where resonances try to establish but fail. All those mesons are failed spherical resonances which decay in a fraction of a second. The fact they're not actually made of two quarks, explains why mesons don't decay as the Standard Model predicts they should. "

"Why is energy not continuous, and instead exists in quanta?" asks Bill.

"The smallest stable resonance of energy possible is half a wave length of a spherical vortex wave. "

"Here's another question, you said matter ceases to exist at the center of a black hole, but you also said the Big Bang was caused by a black hole exploding. How do you explain that explosion?" asks Bill.

Germain begins, "I'll have to explain the life cycle of a black hole. As an infant black hole grows it reaches a size where the very center becomes so dense resonance breaks down and matter ceases to be able to resonate and exist. The hadrons fail first. Take a look at this image on my Earthian laptop."

Germain continues, "When the critical density is reached, the hadrons at that density can no longer resonate with their inner sphere. They unravel and fail explosively. This produces the phenomenon you call a fast radio burst (FRB). Hadrons continue to be drawn in and fail. The escaping energy from the outer hadron shells radiating outward at about 45 degrees or less from your galactic plane is soon channeled into the endless cycles of hadrons/anti-hadrons springing in and out of existence in that plane, but energy radiating at more than 45 degrees devolves into the radiation you see as the cosmic gamma-ray bubbles. still expanding at about 2 million MPH today."

"Then we should see that pattern around all black holes?" asks Bill,

"Not necessarily. Here's a bulls eye pattern around V404 Cygni."

" It can be almost as varied as this Cassiopeia A nebula. Sometimes the black hole reaches the tipping point of density sufficient to destroy matter when it ingests a huge mass, like a giant star."

"Then the chain reaction can be asymmetrical, and you get different patterns of ejecta, such as the event you call ASASSN-14li, seen here in a NASA depiction. It also depends on surrounding gravitational fields. Sometimes all the energy flows back into the galactic plane."

"According to our theories, for most of its life the energy of devolving hadrons continues to evaporate and flow back into the endless cycles of hadrons spring in and out of existence. However, as the black hole continues growing larger, another tipping point is reached."

Germain continues, "Hadrons begin collapsing first, but the freed electrons can resonate even as their inner shells collapse down to a point. Only when the black hole becomes immense do the electrons begin to fail, and then their electron spherical vortex waves recede for the last time, spherically expanding outward, and they carry along particles in their wake like a wind. Your astronomers can see that wind now coming from giant black holes. "

Germain adds, "Black holes started reaching that tipping point 6 to 7 billion years ago, and that wind, suddenly adding to the solar winds which were expanding the universe, caused the expansion to start accelerating."

Germain concludes, "What our astronomers are watching for are changes blowing in that wind, which indicate the black hole is in the final phase of its life cycle. As more and more matter breaks down, and the black hole grows larger and larger, less and less energy from the portion of the hadrons' outer shells outside the black hole can escape. Finally it grows so large the outer shells of the hadrons are entirely within it, and no energy escapes. As matter bounded by resonance breaks down, the black hole fills with that energy now unbounded by resonance. The percentage of unbounded energy to bounded energy keeps increasing, until the gravitational resonances are no longer able to contain the unbounded energy, and the black hole goes Bang!"

Germain explains, "Because that energy is unbounded by resonances, it's not limited to light speed, like a super nova explosion. Just as time-space expands and contracts almost instantly across the cosmic distance of the the outer electron shell to the inner shell, so too the released energy can spread across that distance almost instantly, and because it's unbounded by resonance, it doesn't stop. Energy resonances from a super nova can take millions of light years to reach us. Whereas the unbounded energy of an exploding black hole will be upon us instantly: the inflationary period redux. Which is why our astronomers are so concerned with providing advanced warning, even thought we're not expecting it to happen for nearly sextillion years. Call it an over abundance of caution, in case our time estimate is wrong. Our astronomers fear there may be a black hole remaining from the prior universe which survived the onslaught of unbouned energy, and didn't blowing up in the chain reaction caused by the first exploding black hole where all other black holes unraveled at once. in the last Big Bang, If one survived it is already likely quite large, and might be near the point of exploding."

"Speaking of the inflationary period, can you explain the variations of polarization in the microwave background?" asks Bill.

"OK, I'll bring that image up on this laptop. It doesn't look to me like the result of Big Bang energy expanding almost instantaneously over cosmic distances."

Germain continuss, "I'm surprised your scientists didn't assume the countless super novas throughout time each contributed their own ripples to that image."

"Or scattering by interstellar dust caused it, which is how they explain the polarization of starlight," Germain continues.

"The dust is the more likely explanation, or to put it more accurately, the same forces that polarize starlight caused this pattern, but that's the mistake scientists at your primative level of understanding usually make. That they didn't even get that far is due to the blind alley they're in, wherein they can only see proving Guth's theory as their path to your Nobel Prize."

"OK. it's down to dust then? I have another question; scientists just proved the arrow of time can be reversed at the quantum level, so does that mean time travel is possible?" asks Bill,

"No!" responds Germain. "I have that story here on my computer screen. Associate Professor Andrew Truscott experimenting at The Australian National University."

"Their observations are correct, but their conclusions are wrong. The experiment doesn't prove the arrow of time was reversed. Rather, it's more proof your model of the atom is backwards," declares Germain.

"The atom isn't a tiny particle that passes through one slit first, and then the second, later. Remember, it's a huge waveform, and it represents time-space expanding and contracting between the atom's nucleus and outer shell. That flux is vastly faster than the speed of light, and it's trying to pass through both slits simultaneously, so naturally a second slit effects the waveform at the first slit, and vice versa, as well as effecting the waveform in between the slits."

"What about the colorful photo in the article showing a photon as both wave & particle though?" asks Bill,

"Very artistic false color computer simulation of a photon, I have it here," answers Germain.

"The case of the photon is slightly different than the atom. Remember, a photon travels as a modulation along an electron's waveform. That electron's vortex wave is passing through both slits simultaneously, so just as the second slit effects the electron's waveform at both slits, and in between, that waveform effects the photon which is traveling on it. Force the electron to diffract, at any point and the photon has to diffract. Allow the electron to pass, and the photon will pass,"

"Too bad. Time travel would have been fun!" laments Bill, "How do you explain quantum tunneling, which has now been confirmed by many experiments?"

Germain replies, "You mean when an electron or atom appears in a new position, apparently without passing throught the space between it, and its former position? I've already explained how the compaction of time-space you call an electron constantly reforms at new positions on an inner electron shell, thus not having to move through the space along the shell inbetween. I've also explained that the compaction of time-space you call a proton reforms so rapidly, it appears to be solid. Under the right circumstances, it can also reform in a new position, thereby appearing not to have moved through the space inbetween."

"One final question: Is the Universe really dying, as has been reported?"

Germain answers, "I have that NASA report here. The images show energy dying at all different wavelengths. What's happening is that over time, more and more matter / energy is drawn into black holes, and therefore disappears from your view beyond event horizons. So you could say it's dying, or you could say the black holes are growing pregnant with energy, getting ready to give birth to the next Big Bang, sextillion years from now."

Fantasy gets their attention when she returns in her new outfit.

"Sorry to interrupt you," Fantasy apologizes, "Just have to say I ordered a new outfit for Bill and it should be teleported in any minute."

Fantasy adds, "If you like the outfit, we'll be ready to explore Tatooine."

The outfit is delivered as promised.

Bill tries it on..

"Well, what do you think?" asks Fantasy

"Very elegant."

"I thought that would work for your art opening, or meeting with clients."

Fantasy continues, "I also got you something for rougher terrain, like out in the dunes."

"I'm ready to go. I'm hoping we meet some old Jedi master out in the dunes. Oh, wait, where are my drawing supplies?"

Germain explains, "I brought the box in from my spaceship when I unloaded your art works here."

"OK. got them, let's go," Bill exclaims..

Bill declares, "I'm ready to try to capture Tatooine while I search for a Jedi Master!"

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