Is it possible that our universe exists inside blackhole?

Discussion in 'Astronomy, Exobiology, & Cosmology' started by Iceberg75, May 16, 2017.

  1. river Valued Senior Member

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    Generally accepted does not carry over to proof . The majority rule is not evidence of proof .

    Cosmic Plasmas , Halton Arp . Are theories that have taken the time to investigate the cosmos in depth but are not accepted by others.

    Read my post #18 . Generally we have become arrogant , egotistical and hubris in understanding the Universe that we are in .

    Invention of DM , DE and so forth is a mistake . And it is done so because any other theory that questions the gravity based cosmological is ignored and ridiculed , to our detriment , now and in the future .

    river
     
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  3. karenmansker HSIRI Banned

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    IMO, Were we to be existing within a black hole (BH - our POV), and we were to peer outward beyond our 'event horizon' (EH), we would observe everything outside the EH to be moving away from our selected POV at an apparent increasing acceleration . . . . . h-m-m-m-m, imagine that!
     
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  5. birch Valued Senior Member

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    sometimes i wonder if anyone understands what this place is or where we exist. i find the reality of the depraved, low, putrid hell of existence that is real juxtaposed to the abstract and detached view of reality mindblowingly bizarre and nonsensical in itself. and no one can answer the former state. this vast, wondrous, assumingly great universe producing such horrid lifeforms, situations and hell. do any of you ever wonder about that? no? oh, i see, it's too ugly. better to just gaze at the stars and pretend it's idealistic/honorable when the reality is so deceivingly the opposite.


     
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  7. karenmansker HSIRI Banned

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    crap Perhaps we should strive to look beyond all that and continue to look to the stars? Crap also happens . . . . . sorry, but that's a consequence of quantum processes, too!
     
  8. river Valued Senior Member

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    Hmmm... yes I understand the savage of the Universe . But Humanity can be better than being just a base being .
     
  9. The God Valued Senior Member

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    The pricking question, as you have rightly pointed out above, is what was that aLIGO detected?

    I am not aware if aLIGO is functional now or not, but I am quite confident that aLIGO will detect huge number of such patterns, forcing us to rethink about our original claim.
     
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  10. danshawen Valued Senior Member

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    Skepticism is blessed, of course. As the team leader (Peter Shawhan) for LIGO at the University of Maryland is a relativive of mine, I have the greatest confidence that if it turns out that those chirp masses being detected are something else (other than merging black holes), Peter will direct his team to take the necessary actions to find out what they actually are.

    Yes, this is a first. What we have here folks is a "blind" telescope. It only hears chirping crickets in dark spacetime. We don't actually know what they are just yet. Fascinating. The 2022 supernova event should help sort things out, unless gravity waves really are FTL. I'm certain, aLIGO should be back online by then. If it hears nothing, that will be even more fascinating!
     
  11. river Valued Senior Member

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    Fascinating indeed !!!!!!!!!!
     

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