Mystery of Supernova ASASSN-15lh

I wonder if Supernova ASASSN-15lh is the explosion of a light-year sized neutron star exploding at a far distance from the Earth – a distance much larger than 1011 light years. In Chapter 9 Section D, the Human Cosmos, of my book The Mechanical Theory of Everything it is speculated that the universe we see was formed from the explosion of a giant (light year sized) neutron star – a star that was large enough so that gravity collapsed the nuclear structure. It is speculated that the large amount of dark mass in our observable part of the universe consists of large neutron stars, which are the debris of our giant neutron star.

Joseph M. Brown