One assumption! Fractal geometry is the cosmological principle and thus self-similar patterns repeat themselves irrespective of scale.
A hypernova explosion, coming from the death of a massive star, follows a very specific pattern of behaviour. The implosion of the core, triggered by the fusion of iron, gives birth to a black hole whose pull feeds on the exploding star being ripped apart by the rebounding neutrino shockwave. This interplay of dynamics leads to the ejection of two astrophysical jets, or gamma-ray bursts, each travelling away from one another in polar opposite directions.
Looking at the birth process and behaviour of a known and now observed gravitational singularity, a black hole, we in turn describe the Big Bang in exactly the same manner. That is, we imagine a massive undefined star like object measuring over a billion light years in diameter, existing in a Superverse of which our universe is now but a subset, coming to the end of its life and going nova.
Following the same patterns and dynamics of a Type-II supernovae this massive undefined star like object came to the end of its life and went nova. The resultant astrophysical jets, each travelling away from one another in gravitationally polar opposite directions, gave rise to our CPT-symmetric universe, along with our twin verse of antimatter.
As an example the spherical Bootes supervoid, measuring over 330 million light years in diameter, is the imprint of such a massive undefined star like object upon our universe. But the smoking gun for the creation of our verse is seen in the Eridanus Void that forms the Cold Dark Spot up on the comic microwave background radiation.
This in a nutshell is the Big Bang Hypernova Hypothesis!
In the latest episode we begin by looking at the work of physicist and cosmologists Andrei Sakharov and Jean-Pierre Petit whose work predict a twin verse of antimatter following the fundamental law of Charge-Parity and Time symmetry. Using a very simple model we see how the law of CPT was born by way of the Big Bang Hypernova; spelling it out in very simple mathematics.
From here this episode begins to show the full might and power of the logic of self-similar patterns in developing a new gravitational equivalence statement:
As well as explains the origin story of supermassive black holes and defines the Superverse of which our universe is but a subset. But I leave the very best for last, the inspiration for my logo and aforementioned ideas.