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The Black Hole War
03-06-2009, 09:19 PM,
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The Black Hole War
Probably the most important insight of the Black Hole War (Susskind versus Hawking) is the basic, yet totally ignored, fact that when particles become smaller than the Planck length, gravity takes over as the strongest force. Normally in subatomic matter gravity is non-existent -- but as I stated, because of the infrared-ultraviolet condition:

"In part, it was the lack of understanding of the Infrared-Ultraviolet connection that misled physicist about the nature of information falling on a horizon. In chapter 15, we imagined using a Heisenberg's microscope to watch an atom falling toward a black hole. As time progresses and the atom gets closer and closer to the [black hole] horizon, it requires increasingly high-energy photons to resolve the atom. Eventually, the energy will become so great that the collision of the photon and the atom will create a large black hole. Then the image will have to be assembled out of the long-wavelength Hawking radiation. The result is that instead of becoming sharper, the image of the atom will get increasingly blurred to the point that the atom will appear to spread out over the whole horizon."

What this means is that there is a SIZE inversion (or again mass inversion) of black holes on the macrocosmic and microcosmic level. Supermassive black holes ARE quantum black holes -- because of the gravity inversion and even more so the universe is a huge black hole.

Susskind states that not only is the universe accelerating in expansion but that it's accelerating EXPONENTIALLY. Lawrence Krauss made a similar announcement just a few days ago -- the Cosmic Rip.

The assumption all along is that information is defined by space that is logically "falsifiable" through visual measurement -- space as time.

The Complementary Principle in science keeps getting expanded -- first with wave-particle duality and then with quantum measurement uncertainty of momentum and position and now with space itself.
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03-07-2009, 08:39 AM,
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The Black Hole War
Space as time, the expanding universe is what creates the perceivable time, I think.
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03-18-2009, 12:35 PM,
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gravity, like time is a relative force. to say gravity doesnt exist on the atomic level is folly.

I think time is an energy level relative to the expansion of its host space. The top speed light can travel correlates to its host space. This goes for every spacial interaction within that host. Our perception of time is built upon observation. Its like a self reinforced delusion. Even if space-time were to shift to double its rate right now, none of us would notice as everything surrounding us would be keeping up as would we. Nothing to gauge against. Can you tell the air pressure from your sinuses? No but you can tell WHEN it changes. as you can tell from the wind in the trees. if we can manage to manipulate these changes, eventually to our advantage, the idea of energy and matter will finally be understood.
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