Is our Universe a Black Hole ?

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If our universe was a black hole (feeding on stars or something in its outside universe) then what would happen to the material fed. Energy and matter .... Dark Energy and Matter ?
Would this force expansion of space within the hole ? Maybe the singularity does not exist - just a narrow neck that expands again into a new universe (?)
 
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Before the Big Bang, there is what can be described mathematically as a single point of infinite energy. To reach this "point" would require a journey back through infinite space and time. No relativistic observer could ever make this journey. No matter how far you travel, you will remain infinitely far away, encountering higher and higher energy physics as you go. This "point" of infinite energy (+) is the source of all things. At the opposite end of the spectrum, is an infinite expanse void of energy (the vacuum). To reach this place, would require a journey forward through infinite space and time. No relativistic observer could ever make this journey. No matter how far you travel, you will remain infinitely far away, encountering lower and lower energy physics as you go (i.e., redshift). This "expanse" void of energy (-) is the backdrop against which relativity plays out. Dark energy, is the natural tension between the "point" of infinite energy, and the "expanse" void of energy. Each place exists permanently in its own right, without beginning or end, and can never be directly observed, because any observer will find themselves infinitely far away regardless of what they do. Dark Energy, is the tension between the state of infinite positive energy at the "beginning" of time and the infinite negative energy at the "end" of time. As we move away from infinitely positive energy density (infinite energy concentrated in a single mathematical "point") towards infinitely negative energy density (infinite energy spread out across infinite mathematical "points") in relative terms, the Universe expands. Because time is relative, this expansion occurs unevenly in accordance with localised time. The thermodynamic arrow of time, is a journey "away" from infinite light and "towards" infinite darkness. No matter what happens, all observers are caught in the balance. The Universe never began, and it will never end. It has always existed, does always exist, and will always exist.
 
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If our universe was a black hole (feeding on stars or something in its outside universe) then what would happen to the material fed. Energy and matter .... Dark Energy and Matter ?
Would this force expansion of space within the hole ? Maybe the singularity does not exist - just a narrow neck that expands again into a new universe (?)
A black hole is just a manifestation of the limits of observation relative to the Singularity. The Singularity is reality. Any conceivable measurement of a point in spacetime is subject to the following rule for this reason: 1 unit (U) can be described to a level of precision anywhere from 1 U, to >1/U. In other words, the precision of any relative measurement in any context can always be increased to any precision less than but never equal to infinity, because all information exists relative to the Singularity.
 
Nov 19, 2021
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Before the Big Bang, there is what can be described mathematically as a single point of infinite energy. To reach this "point" would require a journey back through infinite space and time. No relativistic observer could ever make this journey. No matter how far you travel, you will remain infinitely far away, encountering higher and higher energy physics as you go. This "point" of infinite energy (+) is the source of all things. At the opposite end of the spectrum, is an infinite expanse void of energy (the vacuum). To reach this place, would require a journey forward through infinite space and time. No relativistic observer could ever make this journey. No matter how far you travel, you will remain infinitely far away, encountering lower and lower energy physics as you go (i.e., redshift). This "expanse" void of energy (-) is the backdrop against which relativity plays out. Dark energy, is the natural tension between the "point" of infinite energy, and the "expanse" void of energy. Each place exists permanently in its own right, without beginning or end, and can never be directly observed, because any observer will find themselves infinitely far away regardless of what they do. Dark Energy, is the tension between the state of infinite positive energy at the "beginning" of time and the infinite negative energy at the "end" of time. As we move away from infinitely positive energy density (infinite energy concentrated in a single mathematical "point") towards infinitely negative energy density (infinite energy spread out across infinite mathematical "points") in relative terms, the Universe expands. Because time is relative, this expansion occurs unevenly in accordance with localised time. The thermodynamic arrow of time, is a journey "away" from infinite light and "towards" infinite darkness. No matter what happens, all observers are caught in the balance. The Universe never began, and it will never end. It has always existed, does always exist, and will always exist.
 
Nov 19, 2021
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A black hole is just a manifestation of the limits of observation relative to the Singularity. The Singularity is reality. Any conceivable measurement of a point in spacetime is subject to the following rule for this reason: 1 unit (U) can be described to a level of precision anywhere from 1 U, to >1/U. In other words, the precision of any relative measurement in any context can always be increased to any precision less than but never equal to infinity, because all information exists relative to the Singularity.
The singularity is hypothetical.
In any gravity well the orientation of time (and at 90 degrees- space) is rotated (relative to an observer outside of the gravity well. To, say, a person within the well, then their experience of a second is rotated thereby -relative to the observer outside - and measured against his time orientation - the amount of time passed is less. That is, the orientation of space and time on the well "slope" slows time compared to the time outside the well. At the base of the well (as apposed to the sloping sides), orientation becomes equal to an observer "outside" and there is no time dilation. This base is not experienced on Earth of course because you would have to be at the Earth's centre.
This torturous explanation (I will have to try harder) applies in that the rotation of time and space in a black hole is a complete 90 degree orientation (I would expect). In this case the application of relativity is void but it becomes so due to rotation, not a singularity is my conjecture.
The assumption of a singularity is yesterday's opinion I believe
 
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At the risk of being boring...... As time runs at 90 degrees to space, apparently pointing in the direction of expansion i.e. outward, in my thought experiment where there is no singularity, and space opens up instead to produce a new universe, then time must reverse direction.
Oops that's a long sentence.
 
Dec 23, 2021
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If our universe was a black hole (feeding on stars or something in its outside universe) then what would happen to the material fed. Energy and matter .... Dark Energy and Matter ?
Would this force expansion of space within the hole ? Maybe the singularity does not exist - just a narrow neck that expands again into a new universe (?)
Dark Matter turns to Light upon Creation it simply transmutes
 

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