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Offline sunshaker

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Alpha-Omega a universe in freefall
« on: 19/09/2012 19:33:13 »
There are blackholes through out our local universe at the centre of galaxies,galaxies merge as do blackholes becoming ever larger,if we was to step outside our universe  you would see we are surrounded by countless universes and universe size blackholes all pulling on each other,being pulled to Omega a "blackhole" which as feasted on many universes until it becomes to "heavy"and drops into a lower dimension and "pops" this is Alpha "whitehole" which spews all it fed on matter-energies-space-time which then rapidly expand in this lower dimension forming many universe in there own space-time bubbles,we are within one of these "expanding bubbles" still falling that is why the stars and planets are weightless just like astronauts practicing weightlessness in a falling plane.we are once again falling towards the Omega. (there are no whiteholes in any single universe as there is not enough mass to make the Omega).
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Re: Alpha-Omega a universe in freefall
« Reply #1 on: 19/09/2012 20:16:07 »
I sincerely enjoyed the read, so please don't mind if I find it to be a great lead-in to a sci-fi novel :)
 

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Re: Alpha-Omega a universe in freefall
« Reply #2 on: 20/09/2012 03:04:22 »
glad you enjoyed the read,as you can see i am no "scientist" :). but coming back to our "local universe" i was wondering if the "gravity wells" around galaxies stars and planets are there because of them or are the galaxies and stars etc there because of the "gravity wells" due to imperfections of the expanding "universe bubble in this lower dimension" that attract the heavier elements into pockets  forming stars and galaxies. perhaps something like gold on a slouse table where the heavier gold sinks into the troves of the slouse table and lighter materials wash over.so as our universe expands in this lower dimension it draws in lower "dimensional space"acting like the water into our universe causing"troves in space" where the heavy old dimensional materials collect creating what we see(planets stars galaxies).and the old dimensional space(dark energies)creating a lattice while the lower dimensional space fills the lattice.the old is the "skeleton web" of the new.
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Re: Alpha-Omega a universe in freefall
« Reply #3 on: 20/09/2012 23:13:40 »
which also then got me to thinking if all "matter and energies" came from a higher dimension we must then be higher dimensional beings living in this lower dimension which inturn means life came from the higher dimension and must then permenate dimensional space time and collect in the right "gravity wells" not to hot not to cold.as it is said "what is above is below" http://www.themystica.com/mystica/articles/a/below_above.html [nofollow] many new paths of enquirey are now open to me,like i said i am no scientist but not being a scientist it does not stop anyone thinking aloud.
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Re: Alpha-Omega a universe in freefall
« Reply #4 on: 30/11/2012 20:28:09 »

like i said i am no scientist but not being a scientist it does not stop anyone thinking aloud.
As for thinking aloud, aka; out loud..........Your thought experiment has got me to thinking as well.

If our local space, is surrounded by a gravity well of uniform density and distribution, this might account for the expansion we currently observe. Because the uniform gravitational attraction lying outside our bubble universe would produce the same observation. And scientists, to their astonishment, have discovered that not only is our universe expanding, it is accelerating and this was a totally unexpected find.

Many today are thinking about the Multiverse or Bubble Universe hypothesis. If we find real evidence for these exercises in theoretical thought, this may have application to the question of universal accelerating expansion. So far as I'm aware, there has been no good explanation for the accelerating aspect of this expansion. And if the gravitational influences outside our bubble were just right, it may explain this acceleration.



 
 

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Re: Alpha-Omega a universe in freefall
« Reply #5 on: 02/12/2012 11:08:33 »
Part of a continuing conversation at AP along these lines, still in the thinking stage :): http://www.astralpulse.com/forums/welcome_to_quantum_physics/is_the_speed_of_light_constant_between_galaxies-t38765.0.html [nofollow]
I believe black holes are the process of evenning out our expanding universe(vortexs), after a super nova the surrounding space is inflated, so a black hole forms to move these extra energies to different parts of the universe, which we see as gamma ray bursts,
Also as the universe expands as (lower dimensional space rushes in), and energies are released by the stretching and ripping of dark matter, these are also deposited through black holes, into pockets where stars and galaxies eventually form.
This is why black holes sometimes expell as well as consume.
The longer this process goes on, the less dark matter there is to hold the universe in its expansion, that is why the universe expansion is now speeding up.
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