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Offline BRO_THOM

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Hello fellow scientists,

I'm fairly new to this forum and the reason I came here is because I want some feedback on a theory that came to my mind a couple of weeks ago.

The base for my theory is based upon the Big Bang and the Big Crunch, albeit something I'm not sure what to do with.

We all know about the law's of conservation of energy and Netwon's 3rd law. Unfortunately my mathematical skills currently don't allow me to run the numbers on this theory.

Whenever a black hole decays, it can't simply disappear and take all of it's elementary particles with it. That's just absurd and contradicting the Big Bang itself, since even at this beginning, there was still a base for all of these particles to emerge in their, premature state so to say. We also know that even the fastest particles/waves(i.e. light) are under influence of black holes, distorting our perception of relative space-time.

But when black hole's decay, where do all those particles go to?

I think black hole's actually function as a two way system, an entry point sucking in anything it can find, whilst the other end(relative in space-time it could be anywhere and anytime), spurting out all of it's contents.

In a nutshell: Black holes don't decay, but are at the same time, an equal but opposite reaction.

According to this theory it may even be so that we're currently fueling up the Big Bang (space-time as we know it did not exist back then and can't be measured through the other side of a black hole) whereas the Big Crunch is the trigger to set off the actual Big Bang(due to saturation for example).



If anyone can somewhat find themself in this theory, I would like to hear any feedback. Any fresh new perspective is of educational value of course.

Thanks for reading,

BRO_THOM


 

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Re: Vicious Creation Theory(need mathematical support)
« Reply #1 on: 01/02/2015 15:59:53 »
Hello fellow scientists,

I'm fairly new to this forum and the reason I came here is because I want some feedback on a theory that came to my mind a couple of weeks ago.
Welcome to the forum! :)

This is the wrong sub forum for this thread on this board. It should have been posted in the New Theories sub forum.
 

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Re: Vicious Creation Theory(need mathematical support)
« Reply #2 on: 01/02/2015 16:11:12 »
Hello fellow scientists,

I'm fairly new to this forum and the reason I came here is because I want some feedback on a theory that came to my mind a couple of weeks ago.
Welcome to the forum! :)

This is the wrong sub forum for this thread on this board. It should have been posted in the New Theories sub forum.

Hello,

I'm sorry to have posted this to wrong sub-, could any of the admins move it, or shall I just delete/remake it?

« Last Edit: 01/02/2015 16:17:40 by BRO_THOM »
 

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Re: Vicious Creation Theory(need mathematical support)
« Reply #3 on: 01/02/2015 16:59:29 »
Hello fellow scientists,

I'm fairly new to this forum and the reason I came here is because I want some feedback on a theory that came to my mind a couple of weeks ago.
Welcome to the forum! :)

This is the wrong sub forum for this thread on this board. It should have been posted in the New Theories sub forum.

Hello,

I'm sorry to have posted this to wrong sub-, could any of the admins move it, or shall I just delete/remake it?
Click the "Report to moderator" button and ask them to move it for you. They they'll move it and delete this one. While you can create the new one you don't have access to delete the old one.
 

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Re: Vicious Creation Theory(need mathematical support)
« Reply #4 on: 01/02/2015 23:04:40 »
Given the extreme time dilation of, and the hawking radiation from, a black hole it may be considered to be an extremely slow motion explosion taking more time than the lifetime of the universe. A big crunch would be a similar slow motion process. I am not saying I believe what I have just stated, it is merely one way it could be viewed.
 

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