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**Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology / Re: Is an Evolutionary Cosmology Possible?**

« **on:**11/12/2019 23:57:16 »

I am not by any means suggesting that black holes are escapable in our universe except that they could in theory evaporate by Hawking radiation over an incredibly vast time provided the universe was cold enough.

Currently the microwave background is far too hot for any stellar mass or larger black hole to loose energy.

From the Hawking radiation calculator, for a black hole to have a Hawking radiation temperature equal to the 2.725 deg K background radiation it would have to have a mass of .00754 of the mass of the earth (4.5E19 metric tons) and have a radius of 6.6 micrometers. So for a black hole to evaporate it must be smaller than this.

What I am suggesting is that the newly created universe expands in totally different "spatial" dimensions that exist in our universe but are currently very small and "wrapped up". These "wrapped up" dimensions are an accepted part of most string and cosmological theories.

If you look at the maths the collapse of some dimensions leads to an expansion of others. The simplest illustration is the Heisenberg uncertainty principle as you squash the space dimension the time dimension becomes more uncertain and expands.

As you cross an event horizon and continue the collapse space becomes "time like" in its unidirectional progress towards the "singularity" and time becomes space like and expands to become multidimensional and multidirectional through uncertainty. ref Penrose "The road to reality"

Currently the microwave background is far too hot for any stellar mass or larger black hole to loose energy.

From the Hawking radiation calculator, for a black hole to have a Hawking radiation temperature equal to the 2.725 deg K background radiation it would have to have a mass of .00754 of the mass of the earth (4.5E19 metric tons) and have a radius of 6.6 micrometers. So for a black hole to evaporate it must be smaller than this.

What I am suggesting is that the newly created universe expands in totally different "spatial" dimensions that exist in our universe but are currently very small and "wrapped up". These "wrapped up" dimensions are an accepted part of most string and cosmological theories.

If you look at the maths the collapse of some dimensions leads to an expansion of others. The simplest illustration is the Heisenberg uncertainty principle as you squash the space dimension the time dimension becomes more uncertain and expands.

As you cross an event horizon and continue the collapse space becomes "time like" in its unidirectional progress towards the "singularity" and time becomes space like and expands to become multidimensional and multidirectional through uncertainty. ref Penrose "The road to reality"