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Ideas On Black Holes

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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 14, 2005 06:56:21 UTC

My ideas are that the event horizons of a black holes are actually perfect and unadulterated time, and thus time is a perfect boundary. Space and mass never enter black holes through the event horizon, but are intantaneously transported through null space. Behind the event horizons from black holes are only the reflections of space and only becomes real in the Universe when the space steps beyond 2 of the infinite unbounded dimensions of positive space. Since black holes actually exist, this implies that positive space HAS reached infinite dimensional bounds. This also implies that black holes have in the range of 2 to 6 possible unique states of actuality, or reality(?)from only 2 of the positive space dimensions. This also implies that null space has also reached infinite bounds and is always perpendicular to the origin of the Universe.
The event horizon is never accessible, it can only increase or decrease in is never static. This event horizon also demonstrates that mass and space CAN be perfect. A definite perfectly "outward" third dimension of positive space can not act to the black holes... this implies that all actualities may not actually happen in this Universe from positive space; but still this dimension should have proven to be unbounded (not sure though). This also implies that the three dimensions of positive space ARE NOT perpendicular to each other.
Since the event horizon of a black hole is never APPARENTLY static, this proves that time is always continuous to and from the origin of the Universe.

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