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Maybe Its Not Relativity

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Posted by Ognjen on December 29, 2001 00:25:07 UTC

It doesnt matter who recieves this message as long he is interested in
black holes and doesnt blindly believe in relativity the way scientist have
set it up.
There is an argument about collapse of the star and theory of relativity
along with it, so as about belief that you can travel trough a wormhole to
another space in another time. If you think about that kind of journey you
must bypass the R theory because you cant pass through something with
density of 1000000000000000000kg/cube meter(thats why black hole nickname
is Iron Star) acording to theory(at least not as a human being). Yes, I
have heard of Einsteins field equation that "gives the answer" how to
bypass singularity and all that gravity but thats just a mathematic game
with no practical support. If we can travel trough black holes then, to my
calculation, its totally new physical phenomenon that has not much in
common with R theory.
The collapse - its comlete allright. We shouldnt wory about bustin our head
into "iron star" or about reaching "infinite density" when we reach the
event horizon. You dont have to look for the gate to another space because
the gate is allready there from moment you pass the event horizon. Heres
what happens: The gravity doesnt come from a hungry,dead star but from
point where whole gravity of closest surrounding of new space we are
striving for, comes together giving the resulting gravitional force (Fr)
with its strong pull. As for the TIME, I think, with this new theory, that
it doesnt stop, in fact its running pretty smooth, maybe even speeds
up(this goes for the moment you pass between two worlds). On Earth youll
still be thinking that time stops. In fact it goes to this another world
just as mater. Gravity stretch - well its strong but not that strong to
turn you into spagethi. Teoretically, man will be able to make that kind of
ship that could survive that stretch. By what means, only time can tell.
As for that resulting gravity force if you didnt understand than go trough
laws of difusion, osmosis and surface tension. You have our home space or H
space and another space or the A space. They are like liquids in two
different balloons - H balloon and A balloon. Concetration in A is higher
than concetration in H so H is forced to mix with A and that happens when
you get them into contact by connecting balloons with rubber pipe. System H
space---wormhole-----A space works similar way to this(if you dig my
theory).
They say black hole emits electron- positron pairs because its gets
overstuffed with matter, gets old and eventually dies. I say the A space
reaches volume limit and mater cant travel there any more but destroyes its
self in contact with anti-mater when gets through the wormhole. If black
hole can stop functioning than it also can be reactivated by lack of volume
in the A space. That means the A space has its own blackholes, and
wormholes wich leed to other spaces and world like A1, A2, A3...and thats
how concetration of matter is lowered throughout universe. This theory I
call COSMIC PORES and its supports other theories like relativity and
Stephen Hawkings theory of bubble universe.
Well these were the basics if you dont understand something or want more
details email me here: ogi82@NSpoint.net I will be glad to answer

PS. Before you say anything bad about this respect the dual nature of
light, mass and generally, our universe.

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