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Black holes and "sister" universes

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All fundamental energy is in constant motion. The inherent energy of 123d space consists of basic units of 1-D bidirectional energy in random motion and distribution relative to each other. The basic units of 1-D energy compose the potential energy of 123d space, while their rate of motion relative to each other constitutes the kinetic energy of 123d space. The constant, random motion of the basic units of 1-D energy of 123d space provides directional balance to the energy system, which composes all space. This energy is non-electromagnetic, but driven by system directional balance.

Electromagnetic energy, on the other hand, is driven by two opposing energies: electric energy composed predominantly of kinetic energy of 123d space (e.g., ratio of 10:90 potential:kinetic energy) and magnetic energy composed primarily of potential energy of 123d space (e.g., ratio of 90:10 potential:kinetic energy). The two opposing forces exist perpendicular to each other to provide maximum opposing force and optimal directional balance.

Black Holes

The black hole at the center of our galaxy may possess a similar structure to e-m energy, with two directionally opposing and oscillating energies. However, its geometry may also contribute to the strength of its opposing forces. It may consist of opposing electric and magnetic energy. Or it may consist of opposing gravitational and inverted or anti-gravitational energy gradients. Or it may consist of opposing energies that we are not familiar with in our world.

In any case, the black hole nucleus of our universe may consist of two opposing energies. Let's assume for the sake of illustration that one consists of gravitational energy gradient while the other consists of inverted or anti-gravitational energy gradient. So the gravitational energy gradient might exist at the poles of the black hole, while the inverted gravitational energy gradient might exist about the circumference of the black hole. When the gravitational energy gradient moves toward a lower energy level, this forces the inverted gravitational energy gradient to move toward a higher energy level until it has reached its maximum energy level. Then the inverted gravitational energy gradient moves back toward a lower energy level, forcing the gravitational energy gradient to return to its original high energy level. This process repeats itself in a never-ending cycle (similar to electromagnetic interactions).

(Note: If the opposing energies of a black hole are gravitational, then they consist within a region of 123d space that is much different than that elsewhere in the galaxy and interstellar space - in order to produce such strong gravitational gradients. Keep in mind that in our world, gravitational gradients are limited due to the ability of the energy of 123d space to create a changing ratio of potential to kinetic energy of 123d space inward toward a body of mass (or 2-D or 3-D e-m particle), and this ability is finite. For instance, at absolute zero, the inherent energy of 123d space may consist of all or almost all potential energy, so that it may not be able to produce a gravitational gradient.)

For a black hole serving as the nucleus of a galaxy, the galactic mass consisting of stars, planets, and the energy of interstellar space may also provide directional balance to the inverted gravitational energy gradient, so that the gravitational energy gradient of the black hole does not have to provide all the directional balance required of the inverted gravitational energy gradient. If this is true, then the inverted gravitational energy gradient of the black hole is significantly more energetic than the gravitational energy gradient of the black hole. This also means that the total mass in a galaxy is most likely proportional to the size of the black hole at its center.

Sister Universes

Universes might exist in pairs, with one universe moving outward toward a lower energy level, forcing its "sister" universe to move inward toward a higher energy level (ending in a big bang). The sister universes may be adjacent to other sister universes, so that there is an endless network of sister universes oscillating between high and low energy levels. In such a model, adjacent universes may influence the behavior of a universe and even "sister" universes so that making predictions would require considering a variety of complex variables (e.g., variables within a single universe, within the pair of universes, and within the wider network of universes).

The "sister" universes would be perpendicular to each other to provide maximum opposing force, and therefore optimal directional balance. As one sister universe is experiencing a "big bang," its partner universe has just reached its lowest possible energy level (outward), and is beginning its journey back toward its highest energy level at system center where it will then experience a "big bang." The two perpendicular sister universes move in and out alternating between high and low energy levels in a similar manner to electric and magnetic energy in an electromagnetic interaction.

Note that it should be possible to observe the sister universe from its partner universe. If the sister universe is moving outward (with negative acceleration) toward a lower energy level while its partner universe is moving inward (with positive acceleration) toward a higher energy level, the observer in the latter universe will "see" the matter in the outer regions of observable space accelerating outward. However, what the observer is actually witnessing it the two sister universes moving away from each other. But would there ever be a point in the oscillation of the two perpendicular universes where it appears that one is accelerating away from the other, or would the negative and positive accelerations of the respective sister universes "cancel" out and appear to an observer in one of the universes to possess constant velocity?

 

Sample illustration from Entanglement section:

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