reply to post by jkrog08
But that's really it though. This is where our understanding of the universe gets pretty blurry. Do all black holes have wormholes? Do only
supermassive black holes have wormholes?
It could be that only supermassive black holes have wormholes. A black hole with a wormhole would require a
on the "other side" (other side potentially meaning another location in the universe,
or another time or dimension altogether).
The idea is pretty simple to grasp I think. Black hole acts as a cosmic vacuum cleaner of unimaginable proportions, white hole is the vacuum cleaner
set on "reverse" like the ones hey had in Tom & Jerry (you get the idea). The wormhole in this concept would be a sustainable construct with
unheard-of energy flow, the energy flow sustaining the integrity of the wormhole and, thus, the integrity of the black hole keeping the entrance
I've often wondered about this concept. The wormhole idea theorized by scientists is pretty intriguing but I don't think alot of people really
understand what it would imply. For example, Black hole sucks in matter, breaks it down, tears it into energy, energy passes through wormhole, energy
and subatomic particles exit the wormhole wherever and whenever the white hole exists. But this is pretty trippy. Black holes that currently exist
might be spitting out all this energy and particle matter a few billion years ago. And that brings up an idea I've been thinking about for some
The universe is currently expanding. That means that any black holes with white holes on the other side, the white hole might exist in an earlier
timeframe when the universe was much smaller.
If you rewind completely to the time of the big-bang, there wouldn't be alot of room for this matter and energy to exist in our universe. So the
big-bang could have potentially begun because of this dilemma. I think you can visualize this better when thinking about the universe progressing
backwards in time from the present. Think of all that matter being compressed into a single point smaller than the nucleus of an atom. It would
produce a pretty immense explosion.
This idea might also explain how elementary particles came into being in the early universe (which is still a big problem in cosmology).
So it might even be true that the only reason our universe even exists is because of wormholes sending energy, matter, and information back in time.
Some might even call them stargates.
The idea of multiple universes/dimensions, as described by Michio Kaku on ATS Mix a few months ago, is another issue with pretty remarkable
But think about this a moment. Our universe is so incomprehensibly immense that it would almost be inevitable for millions of intelligent
civilizations to exist even if life is EXTREMELY rare in our universe. Even if there is only one intelligent civilization for every galaxy out there,
there would still be millions/billions of civilizations out there similar to humans but all with different levels of technological advancement and
knowledge of how the universe really operates.
I think if this idea of ancient alien stargates is real, then discovering this would revolutionize everything we've ever thought about the universe
and where we fit in the big picture. You might even call it a spiritual renaissance of sorts. And that's just what alot of people are claiming is
going to occur in the very near future. Some even say it will occur on December 26, 2012. Thus, maybe the end of the Mayan calendar will really mark
a revolution in science, technology, and understanding of the universe instead of a day of mass death and destruction as many people have believed.
[edit on 23-7-2009 by BlasteR]