Monday, November 10, 2008

Spacetime, event horizon, black holes and infinity – singular infinite interference

Most scientists see the "event horizon" of a black hole is the very last point at which a light signal can still escape to the external universe. The physics theories we currently have all seem to break down when trying to understand so called singularities.

Here’s my 2 pence worth. I think:
Spacetime singularities are not tiny but are also massive, I think of them as infinite. (Prefer to call them both immeasurable).

I do not accept that the speed of light is the upper most limit in our universe.

We need a new kind of physics law which allows something to be both singular and infinite at the same time.

Equations are taken to be a fundamental description of spacetime itself, I am confronting the question of how singularities can be interpreted, general relativity characterizes gravity by the curvature of spacetime but there are limits in classical theory.

We need to allow for a conflict in physics law. It would be beneficial to be open to a contradiction in terms.

Because we cannot understand something does not mean it does not exist.

To illustrate my theory, take a pencil and look at the end, it is to represent a point of singularity. Now turn the pencil so you see a line, this is to represent an infinite horizon.

I think that black holes are universal engines, roaming around at the middle of each galaxy. The mass that is sucked (seemingly inescapably inwards to the middle of the blackhole), I think is also taken out to the infinite or immeasurable situation that is the creation/boundaries of the universe.

Let’s call this idea “singular infinite interference”.

For more inspiration go read:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interference

And think about event horizons being on the surface of water and at the sound barrier.

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