posted on May, 15 2004 @ 09:39 PM
No, it wasn't created..
Anything that falls into a black hole raises its mass, and therefore its event horizon grows, which is like a measure of the entropy, or the amount of
energy contained within the black hole. Matter equates to energy in that oh-so-loveable equation, E=mc^2, which is what gives us the atom bomb. In a
_tiny_ amount of matter, we have a _massive_ amount of energy. They do equate, but with a large difference in between.
Something not being fully addressed here are dimensional polarities. Let me elaborate.
+/-, positive/negative, anti/norm - our 3 well known polarities. Well, let's think about this a moment, we have the simplest, +/-, this could be like
a line, everything on one side is +, on the other, -. We add a perpendicular line, we now have our + and - separation, but in addition, on one side of
this new second line we have anti+ and anti- instead of norm+ and norm-. Add yet another perpendicular, and we may now have positivenorm+,
positivenorm-, positiveanti+, positiveanti-, negativenorm+, negativenorm-, negativeanti+, and negativeanti-. Now that's a lot of different types, but
it is representable by a triple sign. ---, --+, -+-. -++. +--, +-+, ++-, +++. Note, we have 3 dimensions, now. We began with a one dimensional
polarity, +/-, it became 2 dimensional, ++/--, and finally 3 dimensional, +++/---. I think that this may actually be my own theory, I'm not sure if
it is already a discussed and opened book in the field of physics, but the point is, you should be thinking of this. It has an affect on TCP, but it
also affects natural thought and philosophy. Very fun to muse on when bored. Good day!