posted on Sep, 26 2005 @ 07:02 PM
I been reading into M-theory and It really got me thinking about Blackholes in some new ways. I came up with some theories of my own and wanted to get
some imput from people here at ATS. Keep in mind im not by any means a Astrophysicist so I hope this makes sense.
I will give a quick run down on M-theory in particular the part important to my theory M-theorie's Multiverse.
M-theory
In M-theory our universe and others are created by collisions between membranes in an 11-dimensional space. Unlike the universes in the "quantum
multiverse", these universes can have completely different laws of physics—anything may be possible.
M-theory
Black Holes
The laws of physics as we know them break down at a singularity. At a singularity, space and time cease to exist as we know them. We are told that at
the center of a black hole the singularity point has
zero volume and infinite density.
Im going to suggest a singularity infact has
zero volume and zero density That might sound crazy but stay with me
Now its been suggested
that a singularity tears right through the fabric of space and perhaps into another dimension. Matter that is pulled into a singularity is lost
forever to our universe and can no longer interact with any thing in our universe. But the gravity of the matter sucked into the blackhole remains in
our universe and can continues to interact with matter in our universe.
Now this is were im going to use M-theorie's Multiverse and suggest that matter that is sucked into a singularity travels to another dimension with
different laws of physics. A dimension in which matter can exist but Gravity cannot exist.
All matter sucked in travels to that dimension and leaves our own, but the gravity of that matter has to remain in our dimension and cannot travel to
that dimension. Leaving the singularity with zero matter thus zero density in our dimension but all the gravity of the matter consumed remains.
It a signularity is infact pure gravity with no matter in our dimension and that explains the zero volume.
Well thats my theory the best I can explain it. I would love peoples thoughts and opinions on it.
ShadowXIX