When Leonard Susskind meets the lovely daughter of the great great Brian Greene in an alternative universe to awake the almighty black hole war once again with Stephen hawking which now says there’s no dark matter, there’s no quantum gravity, and information can be lost forever inside a black hole because a black hole has a constant chaos tension point which defines the singularity event :)

When Leonard Susskind meets the lovely daughter of the great great Brian Greene in an alternative universe to awake the almighty black hole war once again with Stephen hawking which now says there’s no dark matter, there’s no quantum gravity, and information can be lost forever inside a black hole because a black hole has a constant chaos tension point which defines the singularity event :)

Due to our last imaginary alien meeting there have been reported signals of alien contact between all parallel dimensions that a multiverse can hold at one definite spin. Some say there’s already invisible aliens living among us. All we know is, big Higgs event could turn science upside down! And it’s only a minimum crazy tweeter event!

Say you have infinite power, and say you take that infinite power and throw it into a black hole. Now, do you think you can beat any theory of black holes if infinity becomes your access point? Think twice before judging any new black hole theory. You never know which one is right and which one is wrong

And the meeting begins:

Stephen: hello

Her: hello

Leonard: hello

Lawrence: hello

Leonard: let me reconsider what I’m facing this time. First of all, you say a black hole has a constant chaos point. What’s that?

Her: if a vacuum fluctuation can appear spontaneously out of nowhere, then a vacuum fluctuation should also be allowed to disappear completely and spontaneously into nowhere. It’s a common energy balance theory which has only equal random outcomes (probabilities) if it’s strictly related to a vacuum random fluctuating field

Leonard: Lawrence, what’s your solution to such idea?

Lawrence: I think there’s no solution to such idea because it gives you random mathematical balance, whatever that means. Even Michio Kaku believes there’s a free universe for everybody with half negative energy and half positive. As far as I can think, even random math could form symmetric outcomes, even if the chances are one in a billion billion billion billion

Stephen: i think Pi, general relativity and special relativity allows infinite new outcomes in between light speed and running close to light speed. It allows a Zeno paradox of infinite sub-divisible sets. I also think the potential lost volume of information inside a black hole should measure a ratio between a black hole spin and light speed and it should always have a random outcome out of a 3 edged dice: it could gain, loose, or preserve its volume of information constantly according to a random Zeno ratio. Therefore a black hole event horizon becomes unpredictable in relation to light speed as light speed is unpredictable in relation to the vacuum of spacetime, and I believe a black hole should emit 3 special beams of energy in random order. The weakest beam signals memory preservation and symmetric energy emission (preserved horizon), the strongest beam signals loos of information (mirror event) in favor to external sources always (smaller event horizon), and there’s a third event which signals spacetime instant collapse (including only the event horizon). You can call the third one a gravitational abyss, a singularity event, or a constant chaos point happening on the surface of a black hole similar to sun spots appearing on the surface of all stars. It’s also a physical event which applies to all stars not only to black holes. Therefore the more directly you relate your energy measurement or energy transfer to a vacuum field the more likely your random collapse is about to happen and vice versa

Leonard: sounds fair to me. Let’s go on. You say dark matter don’t exist, quantum gravity don’t exist, and time can travel at least once per light speed in quantum mechanics therefore time becoming a fully functional mechanical clock which has a mechanical Planck-weak tick and a Bohr circumference event always synchronized to quantum entanglements

Her: yea, something like that

Leonard: that’s madness

Hawking: it’s not madness, it’s a chaos tension point :)

Lawrence: don’t tell me I have a chaos tension point inside my body which is indirectly related to the vacuum at least through the Higgs field

Her: we all do, it’s a minimum outcome which applies to all theories in spacetime including a photon. Memory preservation it’s not a perfect theory, eventually, because you’re always constrained to play dice with light speed and light speed is always constrained to play dice with random vacuum energy. My father can calculate the mathematical chance that a photon can have to meet its antiparticle and simply disappear from the vacuum of spacetime for no reason. It’s the same quantum math you apply to calculate the chance that you’ll be teleported on another planet for no classical reason. It’s only random math after all. Right?

Leonard: that certainly puts me in my quantum mood right now

Lawrence: yeah. I feel quantum too

Her: agree

Stephen: I only agree if nothing is allowed to eat information :)

Leonard: hold on old friend, I’m still hooked up to my old theories, I won’t give up that easy on you this time

Her: fair enough

Stephen: then I have to explain to you quantum gravity

Lawrence: nobody knows quantum gravity

Her: maybe it doesn’t exist

Leonard: and what’s holding spacetime if not quantum gravity?

Stephen: how about a billion billion billion billion quantum entanglements?

Lawrence: yeah, that’s only two dimensional mechanics. And an interesting glove theory

Leonard: and how do you explain quantum entanglements?

Stephen: I only need to use light speed and your personal vector

Leonard: and how is that?

Stephen: let her explain, it’s her idea

Her: you have to agree that whenever you measure quantum forces, gravity is always weaker in relation to their geometries (energy) and therefore gravity becomes a disconnected or shielded event in quantum nature, therefore quantum gravity can’t evade and overtake any piece of quantum mechanics. Never. Imagine that gravity becomes a rock which you hold in your hand and you hold it so good it can never escape. Therefore you have two outcomes when you think of quantum gravity: there’s a lot of vacuum spacetime in between electromagnetic constructs and there’s also quantum entanglements which proposes only two dimensional energy implying quantum entanglements is weaker than vacuum energy and works only with your personal vector plus the speed of light. When you measure a particle spin using quantum entanglements it’s like pushing your hand in two dimensional space. Once you push in one given direction, you inevitably know the opposite hand push or opposite spatial reference.

Leonard: then how do you explain general relativity?

Her: there’s no such thing as spacetime curvature in quantum mechanics. That’s only a relative effect. Gravity, as described by quantum mechanics, becomes a general lower density gas profile similar to vacuum energy and two dimensional energy. Also vacuum energy and two dimensional energy must come in equal pairs for no random reason. This also means quantum entanglement becomes adjustable to gravitational density using vacuum energy only. The more gravitational orientation a measured region of spacetime has the longer that region can transfer two dimensional push using gravitational drag. Also gravitational drag must be a momentum engine designed using only your personal vector and light speed. Because disconnected gravity contained within electromagnetic, strong and weak fields share the same momentum with the Higgs field similar to a helium balloon trapped inside a speeding vehicle, and because also vacuum energy and two dimensional energy share symmetric lower density property in spacetime, then general relativity describe a symmetric event between all quantum lower density gases. That’s the general curvature of spacetime. But it’s a lower density property. That’s all there is

Leonard: ok. No quantum gravity you say. Only symmetric lower density gases

Stephen: that’s a cool thought experiment

Lawrence: yes it is

Leonard: ok then. Why is there no dark matter?

Her: I prefer Stephen hawking telling you that part

Stephen: thank you my dear. My dear friends, Leonard and Lawrence, and Peter Higgs also, if the Higgs field transfers its energy directly to the vacuum of spacetime, then the vacuum of spacetime becomes infinitely dense in relation to the Higgs field. And the universe collapses on itself. So the vacuum has to learn to measure itself in the first place, before measuring everything else which arises from its random fluctuations. So you create a black hole (engine) event which transfers its density directly to vacuum energy and then you create the Higgs field momentum engine which transfers its energy directly to the density of a black hole. Because physical mass is directly related to a black hole event, then general relativity is also directly related to the energy of a black hole, therefore a black hole produces more gravity than you can measure in spacetime according to Higgs energy alone. Dark matter is gravitational distortion related directly to vacuum energy. Sounds simple and logic. Right?

Leonard: you sound convincing my friend. But let me tell you this. Let me think more, do more calculations, and then decide if I agree with you or not

Her: fair enough

Leonard: now tell me more about time running at light speed

Stephen: Lawrence can explain you that. He’s already working on a theory of light emitting wave ratio frequencies proportional to all physical forces

Leonard: then let’s wait for Lawrence to finish his work and then we’ll talk more

Her: fair enough

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