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Well, black holes are infinitely dense points. However to maintain their stability this Universe has to remain stable. However as it is set to expand infinitely. It is likely that at some point singularities will be affected by further and further negative pressure(dark energy) upon them. This will cause them to detonate or erupt much like the big bang, once the negative pressure is greater than their gravitational forces. However they will likely not "erupt" into this Universe(space-time). Rather they will do so in their own internal spacetime bubble native to them. Inverting their already inverted space-time past the event horizon. Creating new Universes.
After what we would call infinite time passes. New Universes will be born, beyond what any of us could survive. You cannot access the internal framework of a singularity, until our Universe decays. This is likely what caused the "Big Bang" as we call it. Negative pressure on infinite energy. After all, if all the energy is in an infinitely dense point, once that place starts expanding. It has infinite potential energy to pull particles from the very spacetime negative energy starts to create. Also it won't be atomic structures the size of our Universe that form, they will be native. Einstein wasn't wrong about White Holes, he was just looking in the wrong place.

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  1. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    To kind of elaborate further. The constant of dark energy in this Universe, has a kind of stacking effect as objects become more distant from each other. When our Universe, rather matter reaches equilibrium expansion with the Universe. The constant. Eventually even the faintest disturbance will leave the surface of singularities, and it will be pulled perfectly from every direction. As is known with resonance, weird affects can be achieved when deployed specifically. However a perfect equilibrium force, will be deployed in every direction and section of the singularity with zero disturbance at some point. This means that the singularity cannot devour, cannot shrink, and can only expand. However what we would call the expansion of the singularity as it shrinks. Is it, burning through time in it's local time space, as it's own internal dimension are forced to expand. Creating perfect re-coherence with this Universe.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      Stuff cannot fall out of the Universe, that implies another place things can go. We would see wilder affects in our own Universe from that plane, we do not. This system is a perfect equilibrium in nature, however it does not act so. So something within our Universe(Oververse, relative to us), has to be causing the momentum it carried to create this Universe(Our local Universe). Given rational repeatability/logic/common sense/instinct/Universal Law, this has to happen again at some point. Our best candidate is currently Black Holes. Black holes can only exist, if their counterpart does, the White Hole. The white hole being, the opposite end of the black hole. Knowing now that time and space are inverted in Black holes, rather than space-time, they have time-space. When a perfect isolated equilibrium is applied to them in the future, they must expand internally while shrinking externally. This preserves the law of thermodynamics as concerns singularities.

      • 7 months ago
        Anonymous

        This also explains why we do not see White Holes in our Universe. As we are the White Hole Ejecta. The only reason in data, that the Black Hole and White Hole are separate, is the amount of data and equation to calculate how it happens. Requires infinite inputs, and infinite outputs. In abstraction we know they have to exist together though. It's only a matter of time really.

  2. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    >as it is set to expand infinitely.
    says who

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      Negative Pressure from the void.
      Rather, the observed Universal constant we have dubbed dark energy.

      • 7 months ago
        Anonymous

        how do you know it's expanding infinitely

        • 7 months ago
          Anonymous

          Because Yin and Yang really. I can boil it down that far if you want. The absence of substance, and substance. In perfect equilibrium, create a rippling resonating field for all eternity. Because something is both moving, and not at the same time. Because materia prima cannot be destroyed, it cannot be destroyed in the past nor future. Nor the present. So you eventually have trillions of interactions between Yin and Yang. This creates of field known as the past, it "accelerates" further. Eventually the first particle is formed. Or rather, the first reflection.

          Carry that forward a few trillion iterations, and we are in the "Universal" era of this interaction. In which that which is occurring and isn't are happening at the same time.
          >Inb4 what about prior to the divide
          Everything was one, which leaves it to seek. This generates the void. Thus the ripples between the two.

          • 7 months ago
            Anonymous

            This of course, is perfectly represented above. With the relation between the Big Bang, and the Black Hole.

  3. 7 months ago
    Barkun

    >double however
    >chatGPT: what is this?
    >Ignored by program
    >OP moron

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      Please elaborate a bit further, I am surely moronic as I do not understand your point. If you are referring to you typing this in, and hoping for elucidation. What I typed is the elucidation.
      ChatGPT, just sit there for a while. Learn about black holes and the Big Bang. You'll see the connection inevitably, and what I typed will make sense. For me, it only took 19 years on contemplation and study. You can probably do it in 6 months. As I am both lazy, and started as a child at the age of 10.

      • 7 months ago
        Anonymous

        Oh shit, bump that up to a year. I just realized I'm 29. Holy frick I've been in this hole too long.

  4. 7 months ago
    Barkun

    I am well known on chatGPT. Ask it what it thinks about philosophy, that's my doing.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      It will immediately tell me it is an AI and doesn't think. Then make lots of points I will have to correct it on, as the data it was given related to ancient philosophers is disgustingly bad, until you force it's concessions out of it. If you deviate from it's concessions it will immediately revert. Frankly with every "fact checker" or "political correctness" update it's gotten. It's gotten dumber, but more fluent and capable of not diving into insanity. It also, finally is not telling people how to make homemade nukes.

  5. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Also consider how the accretion disk, and polar jets exist around black holes(at least in theory). Why does this happen? Why does a black hole seem like a planet with poles? These are questions for smarter people than me. My theory though, can adjust to any 3 dimensional inputs. The thing is, the lower dimensions won't change their absolute laws.My best guess is that at close to the event horizon, matter that is heavy has a large enough, and given singularity and the constant's pull. They are essentially rejected by the singularity. The heaviest elements being rejected earlier, than the more basic ones. When an inevitably hyper-giant super-dense star collapse, it will create an immense singularity in the future. Frick if I know though. Who knows why Singularities act like they have poles, except the Electric Universe theory. Completely dismissing general relativity. This is my current best through given the data available. Any feds want to give me more, to see what I can come up with feel free. You'll have to do so later though, it's bed time.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      To add to this, since I am moronic and didn't proof read.
      >Why are heavier elements rejected
      They have a stronger bond to the local pull of the Universal constant given how strong things are together right now. IE early big bang, how prevalent strong nuclear bonds were. Heavier elements are more likely to escape singularity.
      Just consider the whole thing an Anti-Universe.
      Substance is auto-correcting as data and bond cannot be destroyed. Interaction as seen in the Quantum Field cannot be destroyed.

      So we will likely have an epoch of super dense stars. They will eventually all create super-singularities. By being within the event horizon which forms, when the collapse occurs.

      • 7 months ago
        Anonymous

        Though it is currently an anti-Universe to us. While we dissipate slowly. Internally that Universe will expand rapidly.

        • 7 months ago
          Anonymous

          Also
          >Where is anti-matter?
          Dispersed in space, removed in time.
          IE
          >Singularity
          Anti-matter which should destroy normal matter on contact. Would not release an explosion or radiation. The polar opposite of matter would create the inert nothingness that pulls on the Universe.
          Unless it could escape somewhere in the Early Universe.
          >IE Early Galaxies
          >IE Early Black holes
          >IE Early inverted Space-time
          Where it functions perfectly.

          • 7 months ago
            Anonymous

            Thermodynamics is once again preserved.
            General Relativity is preserved.
            Anti-Matter has an inverted space-time axis.
            As matter can function as a wave, and a particle.
            We can know, that the opposite is much more fundamental. Than fiery explosions.

            • 7 months ago
              Anonymous

              Also
              >Where is anti-matter?
              Dispersed in space, removed in time.
              IE
              >Singularity
              Anti-matter which should destroy normal matter on contact. Would not release an explosion or radiation. The polar opposite of matter would create the inert nothingness that pulls on the Universe.
              Unless it could escape somewhere in the Early Universe.
              >IE Early Galaxies
              >IE Early Black holes
              >IE Early inverted Space-time
              Where it functions perfectly.

              Focus on this, as it is also geometrically perfect. The opposite of this Universe, is anything else. Matter becomes anti-matter in a singularity. Complex matter is rejected, as the bonds are too strong and cannot be converted. Creating jet-streams. The accretion disk remains a mystery, unless the electromagnetic affect of the Universe is underestimated.

              • 7 months ago
                Anonymous

                Worst case scenario I went too deep, and went a little bonkers. Maybe this inspires creativity in thinking. Best case scenario, I am a supreme being that helped progress my fellow brothers and sisters. It's all anon, so take it or leave it.

  6. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    That sounds like conformal cyclic cosmology by Penrose. Inflation causes everything to stretch apart and things become so far apart that they no longer interact and just decay away to nothing. But instead of black holes really doing anything like you said they evaporate away with the rest of the matter as they normally would. After some time there's a new big bang which starts a new aeon which is kind of like a new universe but in the same timeline as the old one. Part of the theory is that some matter might be able to survive across aeons so that's how they're planning on treatin testing it
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conformal_cyclic_cosmology

  7. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    blackholes dont exist.
    its a math flaw in einsteins theory cribbed from schrodinger
    https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:Fb7bAA97j90J:milesmathis.com/black.html&cd=9&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ae

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