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Another model of our universe from inside a black hole.

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  • Another model of our universe from inside a black hole.

    A new model and theory, not turtles all the way, but black holes all the way down.


    Originally posted by http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/space/stories/our-entire-universe-might-exist-inside-a-massive-black-hole-say

    Our entire universe might exist inside a massive black hole, say physicists

  • #2
    Originally posted by shunyadragon View Post
    A new model and theory, not turtles all the way, but black holes all the way down.
    Well, that would mean every direction we look in our known universe is looking at its center. Our looking out is really looking in. We are inside the event horizon. And that may also be what is being called dark energy, where our local universe appears to be expanding faster than in its past. As we look out into our universe we are looking into its past. Might it be we are not looking at its birth, but its end, its collapse. The local faster "expansion" is really do to the acceleration of an on going collapse.

    [As a Christian, pre-millennialist, when Christ returns the universe will be on its last 1000 years.]
    [LOL, I also do not believe there are black holes, escape velocity being Ve = sqr(2GM/r + (GM/(rc))^2)/(1 + GM/(rc^2), not Ve = sqr(2GM/r). Escape velocity is a matter of energy required to escape, not the velocity.]
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    • #3
      Another model of interest that considers the universe infinite. Hypothetical relationship with this model and the above if you pair this one with the Black Hole universe and you may get a two funnels connected at the neck. A huge black hole feeding the universe.


      Originally posted by http://www.nanowerk.com/news2/space/newsid=34525.php
      Part of the point of presenting these models is to reflect what Dr. Carroll said in his debate with Craig, and I stated some time ago in the beginning of a previous thread, concerning the nature of cosmological models and theories. The models and theories are evolving and no one at present may be considered correct. They are a work in progress. Clinging to one model or another, or a partial element of one model because it agrees with one's theological world view is not only misrepresenting science, but on the long term it most often fails as the knowledge of science changes and evolves over time.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by shunyadragon View Post
        A new model and theory, not turtles all the way, but black holes all the way down.
        Considering the difficulty of knowing what goes on inside a singularity, this hypothesis might as well be a rabbit in a hat. By definition, it can't be tested.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Outis View Post
          Considering the difficulty of knowing what goes on inside a singularity, this hypothesis might as well be a rabbit in a hat. By definition, it can't be tested.
          The rabbit went into the rabbit black hole and came out the hat.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by shunyadragon View Post
            The rabbit went into the rabbit black hole and came out the hat.
            As I'm not terribly fond of eating rabbit, I'm unconcerned so long as the rabbit doesn't end up on my plate.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Outis View Post
              As I'm not terribly fond of eating rabbit, I'm unconcerned so long as the rabbit doesn't end up on my plate.
              Just ask Alice, follow the rabbit, don't eat it.

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