The Disturbing Conclusion Black Holes Imply About Your Reality | Black Holes Part 3 – YouTube

The Disturbing Conclusion Black Holes Imply About Your Reality | Black Holes Part 3


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  • Published On: 2022-03-18 05:42:47
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How spacetime curvature may shape us as much as we shape it…
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  1. “I know this: if life is illusion, then I am no less an illusion, and being thus, the illusion is real to me. I live, I burn with life, I love, I slay, and am content.”

    ― Robert E. Howard, Queen of the Black Coast

  2. It makes sense if you think of the curvature continuing into an inverse form.
    The event horizon being the lock in the curve beyond which it can curve no further and must invert creating a kind of teleportation of the matter falling into it.

  3. It depends what you think "real" is. Does real to you mean that you are free to do what you want and you have free will? Is it still real to you if we know for certain that everything is predetermined and you really do not have any free choices at all?

  4. Do other people similarly come to these conclusions on their own? I definitely feel like this explanation feels natural, it feels like what I expected we would learn. Is that just because I've consumed enough current content, and that's where things are pointing? When we're talking about this stuff, discussing it, it reminds me of what Einstein said about being in the right place at the right time, as discoveries were being made. Very modest, but I do get it to some extent. You can't discover Y, without first discovering A-X.

  5. Wouldn't it be possible that the appearance of seemingly out-of-nothing photons would be that there may actually be something there, but we just cannot detect because of the way time-space is warped by the presence of the black hole. Or that they are actually happening closer to the event horizon, but it appears further away because of warping. As you said, space is not as we know it, and light itself is warped even from objects well behind the black hole as it travels around it, through to us.

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