I've once had the thought, but now, it seems sort of plausible - if utterly incredible.
What are black holes? Well, for one, the black hole at the center of our milky way galaxy is super powerful - about a million times greater in mass
than our own sun.
In a recent book, the physicist Carlo Rovelli describes the heat emanating from black holes being matter that is being 'repelled' outwards from a tiny
particle at the plank scale at the core of a black hole. This matter is thus transforming at hyper-rates - extending or existing as all possibilities,
at a fundamentally "pluri-potent" level.
Indeed, in going into this black hole, Rovelli says, that a moment later, in coming out, you would be millions of years into the future. You cannot go
into the past (a nice dream, but likely impossible - now mostly a topic for historians than physicists) but you can go deep into the future.
How incredible is that?
For those who haven't heard of this term, it was coined and developed by the Jesuit theologian, anthropologist and paleontologist, Pierre Teilhard De
This idea is genuinely intuitive - and genuinely consistent with dynamical systems theory.
The question or whacky idea I have - and I genuine am broaching this not as something I believe, but as something which occurred to me, and to which I
am unsure (and can never be sure) if its just a misdirected romantic thought, or perhaps something deeper.
Chardin was very sparse one 'what' the omega point is, or would be like phenomenologically. He described it as a dynamically intuitive process -
creative, but historical - pulled back in time (or earlier organizations) all the way back to the formation of the planet.
Todays theory of black holes relates them to stars exploding, and that may be the ultimate reality.
But what if Human consciousness - or where we are, and may one day go, somehow causes matter to change at such a stupendous rate, that a black hole is
produced? Since feeling good speeds up 'time' - and 'transformation of matter' - its a plausible idea, I think.
edit on 13-3-2017 by Astrocyte
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