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by Terran
13 Feb 2018 21:05
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
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Science and Astronomy Questions

18656 The renditions on the webpage I linked earlier are again useful for visualizing this. They were extremely helpful! Although one part stated something curious... "“The” singularity is not a point. Rather, it is a 3-dimensional spatial boundary where general relativity commits suicide. New...
by Terran
13 Feb 2018 13:59
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
Replies: 1786
Views: 470919

Science and Astronomy Questions

18642 As for looking into a white hole in a dimensionless universe, the concept makes no physical sense.  A white hole can't exist in a dimensionless space.  Nor can any observer, to make such an observation. I would imagine it to be an anti-hyperbolic geometry that an asymptote, so that all outwar...
by Terran
12 Feb 2018 20:34
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
Replies: 1786
Views: 470919

Science and Astronomy Questions

18636 the expanding universe does not have the space-time geometry of a white hole. Would it not seem that way standing at a point within the event horizon. What would be the difference from looking out of the event horizon and looking into a white hole that is in a dimensionless universe? 18636 Wh...
by Terran
12 Feb 2018 07:23
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
Replies: 1786
Views: 470919

Science and Astronomy Questions

18616 No.  For a non-spinning black hole, all allowed (time-like and light-like) paths that pass through the horizon terminate at the singularity.  There is no other side, no white hole for them to pass out through. The last part was kinda important for what I was referring to :/ 18614 The white ho...
by Terran
11 Feb 2018 17:33
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
Replies: 1786
Views: 470919

Science and Astronomy Questions

Is a singularity, or rather the event horizon from an outside perspective, a place where location and "identity" are the same thing? Location, as the where something is, and the Identity, as what something is. And could this be, remaining only as an outside observer, be considered nothing?...
by Terran
02 Feb 2018 15:01
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: Totally off-topic thread
Replies: 1053
Views: 304271

Totally off-topic thread

18224 It's possible there is no assymetry at all- maybe there are equal numbers of universes and antiverses, with opposite arrows of time (one expanding while the other contracts and vice versa) and made of dimensions that are complementary to the other. That is what I am suspecting... However I do...
by Terran
01 Feb 2018 21:39
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: Terran's Math & Ideas
Replies: 6
Views: 5666

Terran's Math & Ideas

18381 Finally, if you insist that a scalar g divided by itself should itself (for g not equal to 1), then you quickly break math. Suppose g=7.  Then if 7/7=7: 7 = 7^2 7=49 18345 g isn't a variable but rather a completely separate number from the -1 and 1 plane In this case g cannot equal 7, just as...
by Terran
01 Feb 2018 11:19
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: Terran's Math & Ideas
Replies: 6
Views: 5666

Terran's Math & Ideas

18367 complex plane I understand for a complex plane since it shares a degree to the real plane, but what about a completely independent dimensional plane? One where the number divided by itself does not equal 1 but rather the single quantity of itself? g/g=g. i/i=1 though... It shares part of the ...
by Terran
31 Jan 2018 10:24
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: Terran's Math & Ideas
Replies: 6
Views: 5666

Terran's Math & Ideas

18341 Having imaginary numbers fall out of the real plane is the very symptom of dealing with quantities in more than 1 dimension: more than one axis is required to plot them!  Imaginary numbers have components along both the real and imaginary axis. But wouldn't you expect a 2nd dimensional number...
by Terran
30 Jan 2018 14:31
Forum: Off-topic Discussions
Topic: Terran's Math & Ideas
Replies: 6
Views: 5666

Terran's Math & Ideas

So this is the first time I am creating a "topic" and I have decided to go with a more generalized name for it, since I don't want to eventually flood the discussions forum with many topics, I am just going to condense them all here. I have chosen Off-topic because while I do talk a lot ab...
by Terran
29 Jan 2018 10:03
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
Replies: 1786
Views: 470919

Science and Astronomy Questions

18307 How are you making an observational connection if does not come from performing an observation?  How can one be justified in saying "X looks like what would be expected from Y", if the expectation from Y did not arise from experiment or by math? It went a little like this: "Hey...
by Terran
28 Jan 2018 12:48
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
Replies: 1786
Views: 470919

Science and Astronomy Questions

18201 Then calculate the deflection angle for when the light ray exactly skims the radial coordinate r=3GM/c^2. I'm gonna try to do the sun one later. I have never gotten this far so, I'm gonna try! So far I have gotten a time dilation of t*cos(sin^-1(root(2*((3*G*M)/(c^2))*gravity)/c))^(1 or -1), ...
by Terran
25 Jan 2018 10:21
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
Replies: 1786
Views: 470919

Science and Astronomy Questions

Watsisname, huh... I see how the spatial distortion is required... But it still isn't sitting with me the fact that you can observe said spatial distortion. A spatial distortion would be a topological distortion and would only be observable by an outside observer. Perhaps if the intrinsic nature of ...
by Terran
22 Jan 2018 09:42
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
Replies: 1786
Views: 470919

Science and Astronomy Questions

17705 Example where this doesn't work in general relativity:  A classic test of general relativity is the gravitational lensing of light.  The revelation is actually not that light rays bend, but that they bend twice as much!  The Newtonian calculation predicts half of the correct lensing angle.  U...
by Terran
10 Jan 2018 12:07
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
Replies: 1786
Views: 470919

Science and Astronomy Questions

17521 What lines are being curved? If its space being curved then when I stand still next to a gravity well, nothing would happen 17524 Both the space and the time are curved.  A manifestation of the time curvature is that clocks at different altitudes tick at different rates.  The manifestation of...