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originally posted by: Xeven
Scientist claim black holes cut through space time. Doesn’t it make more sense that the center is simply matter compressed to its smallest, hardest state without any space time at all? Everything that falls in becomes part of this dense matter clump?
Could All the Space-Time be squeezed out from between the matter causing the warped space time around the black holes?
No white hole, no worm hole in there, just some very dense matter where all the “Space-Time” has been displaced by gravity. Fly to center of black hole and survive you would just bump your head into a maximumly dense mass of trapped, spaceless infinitely hard, timeless matter.
To use a BH for time travel or worm holes, you would do that outside where all the warped and displaced space-time exists. Maybe enough energy and warped space there to connect a wormhole between galaxies? At least at a quantum level?
Anyway, I think it is obvious that there is no holes or exit points in the center. It’s just a dense rock of some kind where time may no longer exist for the matter there. It is trapped in a frozen dense state where time no longer effects it.
Space supposedly exist between all particles? Maybe not in a black hole? Space and time has been squeezed out like water from a sponge?
Gravity without spacetime does not make sense, as gravity is the curvature of spacetime (from relativistic pov).
Wormholes require exotic matter, violating known physics.
Not sure what you mean here. Are you argue that particles somehow exist outside of space(time)? How would that even work?
originally posted by: St Udio
or the Trigger might be the faster expansion of our Universe that was theorized long ago, with Atoms popping into existence….then out-of existence...by way of the Higgs Boson that has been proven-to-be-Real
originally posted by: JohnnyJetson
a reply to: Xeven
In this scientist's Opinion, what we call "stars" are "Black Hole's Bumholes" and it's the opposite opn the 'other side' of one