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a theory of black holes

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posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 12:25 PM
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I am been giving thought lately to "what is a black hole." It is mostly understood and accepted that a black hole is a hole in the fabric of space and time that has a gravitational pull so great that nothing can escape. It is also generally accepted that this hole is created by dying star that collapses in on itself.

Comparing this to a verse in the Bible (Col 1:17) this should not be so. "And he is before all things, and by him all things consist." This should imply that matter (or time) cannot be destroyed.

We also know that according to Einstein that gravity affects time. Specifically that the more gravity you have the faster time goes.

If this is the case I believe that it could be possible that the gravity is so great in the center of a star that the inside of the star is moving faster in time than the rest of space.

If the time inside the center of the start has gotten to a period of time that space does not exist or there is very little space. I believe that it would cause a great vacuum literally sucking all of the space (gas, matter, light) from our point in time to the other point in time when there is no space.

If this is the case could time simply be the visual effects of our space that is being sucked through time since there is no space in the future time? This could be true if there is only 1 instance of space or matter that is simply being pulled or sucked through the vacuum of time. This would make it impossible to travel through time since there would be no matter or space to exist on.



[edit on 23-1-2009 by pcavi]




posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 01:40 PM
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Originally posted by pcavi
It is mostly understood and accepted that a black hole is a hole in the fabric of space and time

umm isnt it a collapsed star that warps space/time to cause a massive gravitational field ... so not a hole in space/time but an object within it just like planets and stars


We also know that according to Einstein that gravity affects time. Specifically that the more gravity you have the faster time goes.
gravity like high speed slows time not speeds it up

time to rework the idea, and matter can be destroyed by converting it back to its natural state of energy

its old info but still might help ya

cosmology.berkeley.edu...

[edit on 23/1/09 by noobfun]



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