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1. Singularity? Not hardly! Big bang or big whoosh?

As I said, I give up, at least on you. The concept I describe should be simple for anyone who has visualized the effects of "gravity", which is nothing but a distortion of time and space. And I know time is neglected because the word singularity exists. I have been thinking about this for over 50 years.
2. Singularity? Not hardly! Big bang or big whoosh?

The best I can tell you is to take conventional relativity into the black hole with you. Where does the gravity well go when you hit bottom? (gravitational collapse) You can't answer that with your math because you do not grasp what happens inside the black hole. You are forgetting completely about time when you say it becomes a singularity. At the point where the singularity exists, time would stop. Therefore, you could never get to that point. Space would be created around it faster than you could ever approach it. As time slowed, the distance would become greater and greater. Such is the na
3. Singularity? Not hardly! Big bang or big whoosh?

The event horizon's trans-dimensional manifestation, otherwise known as the great attractor, is a singularity, as it has the entire mass of the previous universe condensed into a single point in our space. By previous universe, I mean where it exists as an event horizon. In that universe, everything is accelerating towards that event horizon. (just the opposite of ours) It should be fairly easy to figure out the terminal diameter of this universe. Where the mass will be traveling at the speed of light due to the observed acceleration, or the point of infinite redshift. At that point, you find
4. Singularity? Not hardly! Big bang or big whoosh?

Time isn't going to stop and nothing is infinite. There is no "just past" the initial mass of the black hole we're in. It would be beyond the point that is in the center of that mass. Another dimension would be needed and probably exists. It can't be "past" in the dimensions where that mass exists. Nothing prohibits those dimensions appearing in ours. While time is elapsing forward no matter where you are, nothing prohibits that mass from showing up at the "beginning" of time. Relative to us, (in the black hole) it will again achieve light speed, less the quantum leap. Then it will transition
5. Singularity? Not hardly! Big bang or big whoosh?

Actual plot of a multi-dimensional equation? How exactly do you plot multi-dimensionally? Yeah, I thought so! There is an inherent problem with a multi-dimensional visualization, you can't draw a picture of it. You don't "see" it like a picture. What happens to your graph when the event horizon is reached? Your inability to visualize is keeping you from "seeing" what I am talking about. I don't think I'll share the math because you humans would just make a doomsday weapon out of it. Not that I am not human, I'm just not motivated by the same things YOU humans are. I suppose I should star
6. Singularity? Not hardly! Big bang or big whoosh?

Basically, you can either visualize in more than three dimensions or not. Gravity wells are well known phenomenon and the deeper into the well the object goes, the farther away the object is. Spacetime is anything but linear and the two dimensional depiction of a gravity well is very misleading. The curvature is reversed with the amount of space getting greater as you go down the well. You have to be able to conceptualize this if you don't have the ability to directly visualize it.
7. Singularity? Not hardly! Big bang or big whoosh?

Relegated to the fate of meteor crater in Arizona. Does it really need to take 40 years for you to see this.
8. Singularity? Not hardly! Big bang or big whoosh?

Just for a minute, think what the collapsing core of a black hole is doing to spacetime. It creates its own space and lots of it. There is vastly more space inside a black hole than it takes up in our universe. Looking from the outside, space is reversed, with more and more space as you approach the center. What this looks like from inside, is that the event horizion is in the center and the initial mass that collapsed is fleeing into outer space. There is a quantum leap at the event horizon. You either go slower than light on this side of the event horizon, or go slower than light on the othe
9. Why is the Earth electrically neutral?

Maybe the question is better put: Dies the Earth have a surplus of electrons, a deficiency, or is it in balance? Does the solar wind buffeting the magnetosphere deposit electrons, strip electrons, or perhaps neither. Does our everyday chemistry depend on the absolute quality of available electrons? How would you even know the answer if you don’t know the mechanisms that are in play. Too few electrons might cause the field to collapse, equalizing or increasing the number of electrons, starting the cycle anew.
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