getting closer to the source ...
call it an epiphany if you will -- but somewhere along the line I realized that black holes are at the center of everything!
Date: 2/6/2006 7:11:13 PM ( 15 y ) ... viewed 2599 times
call it an epiphany if you will -- I guess that's as good a name as any other, but somewhere along the line w/my decades long fascination of black holes I realized that black holes are at the center of everything! -- every cell in our body, every atom, every subatomic particle, and conversely every planet, every sun/star, every galaxy .... Of course, I seem to be the only one excited by and/or able to relate to this revelation and whenever I tell people my theory -- well you know -- their eyes kinda roll or glaze over ...
now finally, some support for my theory .....
firstly, one of scientists newest fascinations is with what they call black matter. and they are wildly excited because they have discovered somethings about it ...
Last Updated: Sunday, 5 February 2006, 23:25 GMT
Dark matter comes out of the cold
By Jonathan Amos
BBC News science reporter
The VLT (Eso)
The British team used 23 nights of observing time on the VLT
Astronomers have for the first time put some real numbers on the physical characteristics of dark matter.
"Science understands a great deal about what it terms baryonic matter - the "normal" matter which makes up the stars, planets and people - but it has struggled to comprehend the main material from which the cosmos is constructed."
Astronomers cannot detect dark matter directly because it emits no light or radiation.
Its presence, though, can be inferred from the way galaxies rotate: their stars move so fast they would fly apart if they were not being held together by the gravitational attraction of some unseen material."
now this description makes black matter sound suspiciously like black holes -- or at least how they used to describe black holes ....
and then this:
"Such observations have established this dark material makes up about 80-85% of the Universe that is matter."
now that is a big percentage of what is -- which kinda fits with what I postulated, eh?
and then they also noted that:
"The distribution of dark matter bears no relationship to anything you will have read in the literature up to now," explained Professor Gilmore.
"It comes in a 'magic volume' which happens to correspond to an amount which is 30 million times the mass of the Sun.
Ping! said my brain -- does this measurement have anything to do w/the Golden Mean? well - I dont know but that's how my brain works ...
"It looks like you cannot ever pack it smaller than about 300 parsecs - 1,000 light-years; this stuff will not let you. That tells you a speed actually - about 9km/s - at which the dark matter particles are moving because they are moving too fast to be compressed into a smaller scale."
"These are the first properties other than existence that we've been able determine."
"The speed is a big surprise. Current theory had predicted dark matter particles would be extremely cold, moving at a few millimetres per second; but these observations prove the particles must actually be quite warm (in cosmic terms) at 10,000 degrees."
which totally fits with what I think because black holes are, I believe, conduits to/thru what some call a/the "singularity" -- I think the Bible calls it the Void.
As such they are a vortex which can spin either way -- out like a sun, in like what we think of as a black hole, or it can be in a statis or balance of sorts -- the speed of the vortex probably determines whether around it spins a sun or a planet or .... whatever.
and the singularity is where we exist as one. If one is able to control one's passage into the sigularity, one could emerge literally anywhere in space and/or time outside of the singularity. I think this is how mystics, enlightened ones, and holy men were sometimes able to disappear somewhere and then show up almost instaneously somewhere else -- even over cast distances -- even appearing to be in different places at the same time.
No granted, I kinda chopped up this poor guys news story, but I hate pasting entire articles in posts ... if you are interested, please check out the url -- again that number is
its a relatively easy read --
I hope someone here relates ...
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