This new theory describes creation of the universe in a way that solves two major problems that invalidate the existing ‘big bang’ theory. The first involves the gigantic creative explosion where there is complete failure to provide a way for the explosion to be switched off.
The ‘Big Breed’ theory also starts with a creative explosion but now this is caused by two sets of emerging primary particles. (Primaries being made of opposite kinds of energy). It is shown how these two types of primary particles, through collisions, increase in numbers (termed a breeding effect) which leads to an increasingly rapid explosive growth.
However, in this new theory a naturally occuring 'switch-off' mechanism results that eventually brings creation almost to a halt: so providing a solution to the flaw that is beyond reach of the big bang approach.
The universe now continues to grow, though now slowly but at a controlled, ever-accelerating rate that is acceptable to astronomers.
‘Dark energy’ is also explained by this net creation which continues forever.
As the numbers of primaries increase because of the collisions- the density increases which leads to packed primaries that form solid cores where annihilation of the primaries occurs in the centres of the cores and breeding continues at the outside edge of them. These solid cores evolve into small filaments which energy being able to run along them. With creation in one area and annihilation in another a flow cell results where all these cores can now provide power to this energy.
These cores become so plentiful that they lead to a tangle of filaments that can evolve by the organising power of chaos. Energy initially flows chaotically in all directions via the filaments and then, as more structure & order results, a means is provided for generating waves in specific directions.
As waves of energy intersect, the resultant spike of energy allows for the emergence of particles on the larger quantum scale which leads to the creation of the quantum world.
Several other interpenetrating parallel universes can arise the same way - all in the same area of space & all existing at different frequencies.