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we live in a black hole

 
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we live in a black hole
The sun is our black hole from the inside, that is, we are beyond the event horizon of our black hole. Therefore, we can observe relic radiation. That physics that we know and popular is not real. If we learn to understand the fact that we are already beyond the event horizon, the foundations and paradigms of our physics of space and time should change.
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Re: we live in a black hole
that would be hilarious, but it
wouldn't change a thing?
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Re: we live in a black hole
There are actually some Physicists that Theorize that
The Big Bang was simply the back-end of a Gigantic
Black Hole (in an adjoining Universe) that blew its stack...
(note: the back end of a black hole is now call a White Hole)

(and keep in mind that it is only educated guesses.)
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Re: we live in a black hole
Make a new tree bark and then swirl the sun around it.
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Re: we live in a black hole
That we live "in" (on the surface of) a black hole is (in my mind, at least) already established as a fact.

I'm much more interesting in the fact that universe, apparently, is expanding, and it's rate of expansion is (seemingly) accelerating.

My question is: If we were living just above the event horizon of a black hole (another black hole, not to be confused with the one on whose surface we're living) eating Earth's core, would relativistic (time) effects of that black hole cause us to perceive the rest of the universe as expanding with an accelerated rate... because the black hole keeps getting bigger by eating more of the Earth's core, and the bigger it gets, the greater the relativistic (time) effects (i.e. the faster everything out there seems to be moving away from us with each new moment)?

Are we simply confusing a local relativistic (time) effect for something that we (only... and wrongly) think is applicable to the whole universe?
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And all we want to do is rock and roll
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Re: we live in a black hole
I like your thinking very refreshing and out of the box. Could be event horizon from the inside so we already crossed
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Re: we live in a black hole
Why did I come to these conclusions!?

Time is relative, the faster the speed, the shorter the time. Our universe is expanding. The speed of light has its limit. If we move at the speed of light, then time will stop for us, and light has a finite value of its speed, since we are inside a black hole, where these physical laws operate, beyond the event horizon.
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hmm fits this pitch black shithole...
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Re: we live in a black hole
The sun is our black hole from the inside, that is, we are beyond the event horizon of our black hole. Therefore, we can observe relic radiation. That physics that we know and popular is not real. If we learn to understand the fact that we are already beyond the event horizon, the foundations and paradigms of our physics of space and time should change.
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the funniest part about all these theories of the universe is that us astral projectors can literally just go and fly out to these areas and check them out without having to worry about the physics you guys rely on and limit your understanding. The only problem is a) no scientists take us seriously, because it is too hard to verify our experiences as being real, and b) most of us are too busy flying around in outer space to bother learning how to relate our experiences in a communicable language that would provide you guys with a better basis to verify our claims.

I will however tell you this, based upon my observations of the universe during an astral projection experience back in June, which i hope one day physical advances in space exploration will be able to verify or not; the current astronomical model of the universe is incorrect. There is another pancake galaxy in a location which my best guess (from using space simulation software that came with my telescope, starry night 8) suggests is about where the Sagittarius galaxy is. This pancake galaxy is the milky way's twin in regards to its similar size, and runs perpendicular to it. In the middle of this twin pancake galaxy is an extremely large anomalous black hole like "crack" or tear that expands from almost side to side of this galaxy. If you look at a picture of either Andromeda or the Milky Way, and note the yellow glow given off from the stars in those galaxies, this crack look s like a black void in front of that glow. There is also some wierd white coloured sea foam substance that gathers close to the edge s of this crack, as if it is swallowing planets/stars and spitting out the remnants; it was really bizarre to see it as a fluid like substance out in the middle of space, almost like sea wavess. My assumption of our astronomical models being incorrect is due to this black hole evidentally blocking all light from stars that should be located behind it. Upon approaching the black hole, it appears like a one way sheet of paper that contains an entirely seperate "universe space" inside of it (i got very close to it). My suggestion is that from our vantage point here in the milky way, our perception of this pancake galaxy is distorted because of this black hole crack.

and no, the sun did not appear to be a black hole itself, but then again i was too preoccupied with going outside of the solar system to bother with it.
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Re: we live in a black hole
Thinking outside of the box. rockon
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Re: we live in a black hole
If you say we are pigeon holed inside Obamas ass i concur
We are inside a black hole!!!!

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