Tuesday, April 14, 2009
My Thoughts On: Black Holes
I've always been the nerdy type, especially when it comes to science and space and matters of that sort. I love telling people my "crazy" theories on the inner workings of the universe and black holes do fall in that category. I take a revolutionary theory on exactly where the "stuff" goes when it is sucked into the black hole.
If you reference my picture above (clickable) you will notice the flow of matter going down into the cone, the cone represents the black hole itself, but you must picture the cone in 3-D for it to be truly representative. Notice I label two universes, no this is not a typo. I truly believe there are more universes than one we are aware of. Our universe consists of all the galaxies we can see and things we can't see.
My theory is that these universes border each other much like cells border each other in the human body. If you picture the selective permeable membrane of the cell than it should be easier to understand the diagram. The black hole "rips" and fuses the barriers between the two universes creating a pathway for matter to travel from one universe to another. The force of the creation of the black hole is the driving force behind the "pushing" of matter into the secondary universe.
However the "Red Shift" theory of space would seem to refute the theory of multiple universes or at least, cloud it. Perhaps this universe is expanding while others are contracting, perhaps some light is able to travel between the universes, who knows! Call me crazy, but it seems you won't be able to prove me wrong for a very long time.