Fixed background or not?

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Fixed background or not?
« on: 05/03/2016 17:04:15 »
Consider that the big bang occurred within a greater cosmic bulk. Then if the initial state of our universe was a super sized black hole in orbit around a larger black hole we can make some assumptions. The great attractor is the central black hole around which the universe was orbiting before the big bang. We then have a universe that IS moving in a preferred direction as a whole system. This proposed state of the universe must impact relativity.

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Re: Fixed background or not?
« Reply #1 on: 05/03/2016 17:11:59 »
Consider that the big bang occurred within a greater cosmic bulk. Then if the initial state of our universe was a super sized black hole in orbit around a larger black hole we can make some assumptions. The great attractor is the central black hole around which the universe was orbiting before the big bang. We then have a universe that IS moving in a preferred direction as a whole system. This proposed state of the universe must impact relativity.

Interesting Jeff, why doe's our Universe have to be anything?   Why not Galaxies are individual black holes in a singularity?  or even one step further, all particles are black holes in a singularity?

Relatively if a dust particle was about 10 foot away from you , a length away where it had contracted beyond the dimensions of vision, relatively I deem this to be a black hole.

It would be deemed to not be emitting light or reflecting light, but it would have gravitational lensing.


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