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I Am Confusing Myself And Others

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Posted by Eric J. Andresen on May 18, 2005 04:48:09 UTC

I am just seeing if I can tell a story so to speak to see if I can knit together the story of the Universe...the math is probably to far above me. Maybe I am wrong on saying that the event horizon is pure time...but something is awry. Time provides the null space so that all other forces can utilize what I call null space intersects to keep the Universe together. It could be that the event horizon is null space because in my idea, null space is either perpendicular to time, linear with time, or perhaps both.
This is driving me nuts thinking about it, but I feel somewhat compelled to think this through. Time may be negotiating a means to PREVENT any black holes from becoming apparent origins according to my scheme. I will put a lot of things out there to see if it makes sense to others and they may work with it and say yes or no. It just seems that I am glimpsing something and maybe I can make it a whole story.

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