dark energySept. 25th 2014, 5:39 p.m.
7 years, 7 months ago.
By: JoonJoined: Aug. 21st 2014
Correction: this universe IS a black hole. In the middle of the universe is its singularity. Space-time as we know it is simply the surface of the black hole. The "center of the universe" - which is the singularity - is not in our space-time but inside the sphere of our space-time fabric.
The Material Universe that we see is just a holographic illusion created by the information embedded on the surface of the black hole.
To illustrate. For all these years humans believed that the Earth was flat. People believed they would fall off Earth if they went too far off the horizon. It didn't occur to them that people can stand on a spherical Earth without flying away into the sky or space.
Moreover some believed that the center of Earth exists on the surface of Earth. China for example believed they were on the middle of a square Earth and therefore superior to its surrounding countries.
Now we know better. Now we know that Earth is not flat but a sphere. Now we know that gravity pulls us in all directions so we don't have to fall. Now we know that the center of Earth is not on the surface of this planet but at its spherical core.
This universe. We'd like to think this 3rd dimensional spacetime is infinitely vast. It isn't. It is finite as the surface area of Earth is finite. But it doesn't have any boundaries.
Scientists named this the "closed universe theory" as opposed to an open universe. Today they seem to believe in an open universe but this is wrong. They underestimate the size of this universe - and in any case their triangulation method (mathematical measurement of the universe) does not work because we're observing space-time inside space-time. It's not the same as observing a surface of a balloon from its outside.
It's like a 4th dimensional planet. If you go hell straight in any direction of this 3rd dimensional space-time fabric far enough, then you will return back to Earth. Or close enough - I don't know if it's a perfect sphere. Same way you walk straight on Earth and you will return where you were.
What's also interesting is that the singularity also seems to reel matter in as the center of planets gravitate matter. In fact, this power is the essence of gravity itself. This is why matter makes an indent in the fabric of space-time.
It also influences the rate of change, the rate in which things happen. It makes time relative depending on how close the matter is to the singularity. Similar to how much you are affected by gravity depending on how far you are from the planet.
Lastly, unlike Earth, this universe is expanding. This is what the scientists mean when they say the universe is both infinite and expanding.
This universe is not alone. It's a black hole that exists in a larger multiverse. That multiverse is a black hole in a larger multi-multiverse. It goes on and on. The largest of these is the omniverse. The omniverse I assume is basically infinite.
The Big Bang as we know it is just a beginning of a new black hole in the multiverse. The black hole inverts space-time and closes it from the interference of the multiverse. It constantly consumes matter/energy from the multiverse, using it as a fuel for its expansion.
Yes, despite the law of conservation of energy-matter, mass is constantly being created in this universe. This is what's known today as dark energy.
Black holes increase in volume depending on how much matter they consumed. Scientists once thought that the expansion of space-time comes only from the initial big-bang itself. They believed the universe would begin to collapse once gravity wins over that initial big bang energy.
But now we found that the Universe is still actually expanding at an accelerating rate. Scientists do not know where that large energy comes from. So they call it the dark energy.
Moreover this dark energy is purported to take about 70% of the mass in this universe. What they don't know is that the energy is constantly increasing. And that this energy can also create matter. It's not a steady force at all, as they assume. It's not a mathematical constant. It is dependent on how much fuel this Universe is getting from its direct multiverse.
If there's not enough fuel, the universe will just collapse in itself. This actually can happen.
It's a fitting name. Dark energy. It's almost like an incarnation of Night Energy itself. After all, it's the force that created this Universe. I have not thought of it this way until now. I cannot see how or why yet. But it feels like the actual force behind all magick in this world.
What use is all this knowledge.
This page was all trivia and almost no wisdom. There are many more to come.
But remember that the Catholics went very far to make sure people believe in the flat Earth.
I feel like Newton.
His lectures were so boring that he taught in an empty classroom. All fired up and enthusiastic himself.
I once thought he was crazy and amazing.
Now I realize how normal he was.
If nothing else, just remember that black holes in this Universe are not fascinating monsters of gluttony that humans make them out to be. They are mini universes. They grow as much as we do and our planet. They are governed by powerful beings of Night. It's good to recognize them as such.
This Universe too belongs to the Night. There is a Great Night Dragon that governs our entire Universe. S/he is essentially the Night Spirit as long as we belong to this Universe. That's as long as about eternity.
There are also Day universes.
ThinksSept. 28th 2014, 4:20 p.m.
7 years, 7 months ago.
By: Night MagicianJoined: July 24th 2014
I've always been fascinated by this unknown dark energy. I never stopped a moment to think on what you've written. But it has a sense, and i'm really happy to have read this. I'll meditate on this tonight, thank you for your sharing, you're doing much for us.
And i dont know others, but i wanted to read theese lines. Not consiously, but i wanted.