It has been generally accepted in science
that the Universe evolved from a tiny seed.
But where did the ability to evolve come from?...
and did the seed have positive or negative mass?
Let's try to find out.
What do we need to know?
First of all - the total mass of the Universe, and that there are waves and particles that move at various speeds and trajectories...
Now we can draw a 3 dimensional co-ordinate system which shows the relations
between mass and these movements, where Y axis shows the speed at which particles travel we call "Distance", X axis the wave speed we call "Time", starting from the very beginning, while Z axis is showing the total mass of the event known as Big Bang.
As we all know, when there is no mass and charge then there is no inertia, and the
speed of particles called photons equals to the speed of waves, that are also called
photons. Therefore X = Y = 299,792,458 meters per second - the light's movement which creates two dimensions out of three - the constant time expansion that can be observed and measured in terms of "before-after" and "behind-ahead", yet not in terms of "below-above", because there is no amplitude at that constant speed but frequency and length.
In order to calculate the total volume of everything that has an amplitude below or above that constant speed we use a simple geometrical formula:
Volume = height times length times width, or E = mc2.