Originally posted by BBalazs
Are we inside a black hole? I mean is our universe inside a black hole?
Could possibly explain growth of universe, which is possibly "leakage" into the "real" universe.
Is this possible?
Originally posted by Slavich
Originally posted by BBalazs
Are we inside a black hole? I mean is our universe inside a black hole?
Could possibly explain growth of universe, which is possibly "leakage" into the "real" universe.
Is this possible?
Yes and no. Black holes crush matter so tiny that it becomes dimensionless. The best way to look at it is from a photon's perspective.
When a photon is not moving it vanishes. This is where heisnburg's uncertainty principle comes from. (you can never know the exact location of a photon.) This is because when a photon stops moving, it also has zero mass. And since we say you can't divide by zero (you can), then we get these loop holes in science that make no sense. Calculus is a math that was specifically made to avoid the number 0.
Anyways so imagine being a photon that isn't moving. Where does it go? Why is it that no matter where you look at something realtively that the speed of light remains constant? IF two objects were to go in opposite directions at the speed of light. From their perspective, the speed of light will still remain constant. Why is that?
To avoid going in a long rambling session of proof that you probably can't make sense of, I'll say this:
Our universe is a 6 dimensional universe.
There is length, width, height, time, mind, and dimensionless. Black holes crush matter into the dimensionless. The dimensionless is the link between the dimension of the mind (this is where your mind actually resides), and the world of matter. This can be proven with math. And this explains division by zero, and imaginary numbers, and why you can't find a square root of an negative number.
Originally posted by BBalazs
Originally posted by Slavich
Originally posted by BBalazs
Are we inside a black hole? I mean is our universe inside a black hole?
Could possibly explain growth of universe, which is possibly "leakage" into the "real" universe.
Is this possible?
Yes and no. Black holes crush matter so tiny that it becomes dimensionless. The best way to look at it is from a photon's perspective.
When a photon is not moving it vanishes. This is where heisnburg's uncertainty principle comes from. (you can never know the exact location of a photon.) This is because when a photon stops moving, it also has zero mass. And since we say you can't divide by zero (you can), then we get these loop holes in science that make no sense. Calculus is a math that was specifically made to avoid the number 0.
Anyways so imagine being a photon that isn't moving. Where does it go? Why is it that no matter where you look at something realtively that the speed of light remains constant? IF two objects were to go in opposite directions at the speed of light. From their perspective, the speed of light will still remain constant. Why is that?
To avoid going in a long rambling session of proof that you probably can't make sense of, I'll say this:
Our universe is a 6 dimensional universe.
There is length, width, height, time, mind, and dimensionless. Black holes crush matter into the dimensionless. The dimensionless is the link between the dimension of the mind (this is where your mind actually resides), and the world of matter. This can be proven with math. And this explains division by zero, and imaginary numbers, and why you can't find a square root of an negative number.
Yes, but we dont really know what happens in a black hole, do we?
I understand what theory states, but when push comes to shove, we dont actually know what happens inside, or why?
We have a theory, on that it could be above, but we have had theories before and we were wrong.
Originally posted by Biigs
Interesting thoughts, what is real or not is subjective to the obverser. SO along those lines here some cool ideas for you
I belive that the word universe should and does mean absolutly everything, everywhere at any gieven moment.
I could imagine its all about scale, what we might call a different universe because its laws ruling that scale are different to those above and below, is in fact just further up or down the same scale - time changing to the percever perhaps too.
Black holes are compressing matter in our scale down to a sub unvirseal scale, both as real as each other and to a tiny being on that scale each unirvse might seem just as big to it.
The big bang was just a scale of the univrse that grew too compressed and reset the cycle, planets, suns galaxies and black holes, slowy but surly gathering it all back up again.
Now for the scale idea to work, all the matter time and space on our scale including the big bang before and after could all just be one atom to another universal scale much MUCH larger than what we can percive, just one tiny molecule in size perhaps part of another being so incomprehensivly huge (to us).
Think along the lines of fractal images, never ending repeating patterns, only instead of pretty colours and shapes, building blocks of realitys.
edit on 22-1-2012 by Biigs because: spelling
Originally posted by Slavich
Originally posted by BBalazs
Are we inside a black hole? I mean is our universe inside a black hole?
Could possibly explain growth of universe, which is possibly "leakage" into the "real" universe.
Is this possible?
Yes and no. Black holes crush matter so tiny that it becomes dimensionless. The best way to look at it is from a photon's perspective.
When a photon is not moving it vanishes. This is where heisnburg's uncertainty principle comes from. (you can never know the exact location of a photon.) This is because when a photon stops moving, it also has zero mass. And since we say you can't divide by zero (you can), then we get these loop holes in science that make no sense. Calculus is a math that was specifically made to avoid the number 0.
Anyways so imagine being a photon that isn't moving. Where does it go? Why is it that no matter where you look at something realtively that the speed of light remains constant? IF two objects were to go in opposite directions at the speed of light. From their perspective, the speed of light will still remain constant. Why is that?
To avoid going in a long rambling session of proof that you probably can't make sense of, I'll say this:
Our universe is a 6 dimensional universe.
There is length, width, height, time, mind, and dimensionless. Black holes crush matter into the dimensionless. The dimensionless is the link between the dimension of the mind (this is where your mind actually resides), and the world of matter. This can be proven with math. And this explains division by zero, and imaginary numbers, and why you can't find a square root of an negative number.
Originally posted by chr0naut
reply to post by Slavich
In regard to a 6 dimensional universe, string theorists have used multiple dimensions to explain the observed physical universe.
As they have added additional dimensions, the numbers coming from their maths have come closer and closer to the values observed.
At present, the scientific consensus is that there are at least 11 dimensions, although some have suggested even 27 dimensions.
6 dimensions is inadequate to explain all we observe.
The intense gravitation of a black hole and super-relativistic effects of such gravitation would most likely be an indicator of the fact that we were in a black hole. We do not seem to see such effects.
Our reality could also exist as a hologram on the event horizon of a singularity (which has been discussed several times), but we are unlikely to be able to determine if such was the case.
edit on 22/1/2012 by chr0naut because: (no reason given)