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Quote from: Paul25 on 18/03/2020 14:57:15we are in fact falling into one right now!And where is this event horizon you speak of?
we are in fact falling into one right now!
The Shapley Attractor is the region of highest density we are 'falling' to. In both time and space.
Quote from: Paul25 on 18/03/2020 18:48:04The Shapley Attractor is the region of highest density we are 'falling' to. In both time and space.What evidence do you have that it has an event horizon?
The theory that light cannot escape a black hole has never been proven in the lab. What we can show in experiments is that wavelength will red shift, as energy leaves zones of gravity based contracted space-time. Math is not 100% reliable since math can be used to prove the physics of game engines using virtual reality; infinite lives. Experiments are needed to separate the real from the virtual. Infinite lives will not show up under experimental conditions, even if the game engine math says on the computer screen. A good conceptual foundation supersedes math, since math is like a faithful horse that will obey even a poor conceptual or virtual master.
The current theory; energy cannot leave a black hole, mays still be a very good empirical approximation for what is going on.
Whether energy leaves a black hole would be dependent on your frame of reference.
Please stop double posting. If you have something new to add, then go back and edit your last post.
If there is a boundary, what is on the other side?
In what, exactly?