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Posted by Michael Wright on December 18, 2000 20:47:14 UTC

isomorphic (s-mrfk)

Biology. Having a similar structure or appearance but being of different ancestry.

Isomorphic brain wave communication? uh.... First of all the nomenclature doesn't make any sense. Second of all, there is no connection between black holes/white holes and brain waves and if there were that would imply a purpose for black holes/white holes (if white holes exist) dealing with human beings. This in turn implies a creator and voil we are back at our original arguments... God or Science. Too bad there's no evidence for black holes having anything to do with humans and brain waves.

Looking for a more scientific and concrete argument? If a black hole were to transmit information (i.e. energy or mass) to another place or time, then it would not gain mass as information falls into it. Black holes DO gain mass as energy and matter fall into them. See the problem? If the black hole transmitted this information to another place or time but still gained mass, conservation law after conservation law would be broken.

Finally, if our brains can sommunicate with our 'future selves' we would probably know it, right? Where's the testimonies, and the polygraph tests? Nowhere? Harumph. Another theory shot to hell.

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