When Stephen hawking meets the lovely lovely daughter of the great great Brian Greene in an alternative universe to travel into a black hole and possibly discover a new theory of black holes:
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And so our great great story of imaginary science continues through the fabric of the multiverse. Some say that due to some intense quantum disturbances waving in between infinities, the spaceship that holds the big Higgs event has entered a random black hole and ended up specifically where a past choice was made by one of the spaceship occupants. All the passengers onboard the spaceship are amazed to see such random outcome. They all awaits now for Brian Greene’s beautiful daughter to begin her speech:
Her: professor Stephen hawking, as you may know, a black hole event in spacetime is also a physical point of no return, and you should also consider that a theory of black holes could be a unified field equation which applies to all theories of nature. Where nature has complex systems then nature will always have theoretic points of no return which will grow theoretic black holes and eat up all imprinted memories eventually. The theory of a singularity tells us that energy can come in existence from nowhere in spacetime, so a singularity event would also suggest that energy can be erased the same way it is created, therefore a black hole should be allowed to erase information completely from the vacuum of spacetime to counterbalance the spontaneous creation of vacuum energy. If a black hole is a singularity event inside the vacuum of spacetime, then a black hole should be allowed to produce vacuum permanent collapse. So I warn you, think twice before stepping inside my imaginarium singularity event
Stephen: I don’t know what to say. I have already lost the battle of memory preservation inside a black hole
Her: why not try a second time? We have nothing to loose after all, it’s just a new idea which can be right or wrong
Stephen: ok. Take me into your big Higgs event and let’s see if you can imagine things better than me
Her: as you wish, but I’m warning you, it’s nothing you’ve ever imagined before
Stephen: try me
Her: wish granted. In order to start our imaginary journey we need two things: a spaceship made of black hole material and a quantum tunneling event
Stephen: you’re telling me a black hole is made of some material substance?
Her: yea. Why not. It’s after all something which lives in our material reality, it should be made of some material stuff
Her: pick a black hole
Stephen: The one at the center of our Milky Way
Her: wish granted. And we are there.
Stephen: obviously I can’t make any physical observation, I live inside your imagination. You have to describe me what I see
Stephen: so what do I see?
Her: you see a bright light at the center of the Milky Way.
Stephen: What more?
Her: as we pass by it we see old giant stars dancing fast around the black hole. We are now inside its inner solar system. No planet can be formed here as it is rapidly destroyed due to a massive gravitational pull. Only super Suns can stand tall and bleed in front of a black hole
Stephen: and what’s the outer solar system of the black hole?
Her: the entire Milky Way. Our galaxy is the gravitational field of a supper massive black hole
Stephen: then dark matter should be directly related to the mass of the black hole
Her: precisely. It’s more gravity than we can measure according to general relativity and quantum theory. It is an ancient density field which was invented in spacetime before the Higgs field came into existence, it’s a new density event
Stephen: interesting. And how does a black hole interacts with the Higgs field?
Her: the Higgs field relates its energy via gravity directly to the density of the black hole and the black hole relates its density directly to random vacuum fluctuations in spacetime, therefore the Higgs communicates indirectly with the vacuum of spacetime using black holes
Stephen: and why does spacetime need a black hole? Why not a direct Higgs-vacuum relation?
Her: all physical density in spacetime is directly related to vacuum energy eventually. If the Higgs is directly related to all vacuum energy in spacetime, then all vacuum energy becomes infinitely dense in relation to the Higgs field, therefore all spacetime suddenly becomes infinitely dense and eventually collapses. So you need a special tool, like a black hole event in spacetime, to allow a vacuum field to measure itself in the first place and then measure its potential density in relation to all other physical fields descended from its random fluctuations
Stephen: And why does a black hole need a two set of solar systems?
Her: it’s a two set of unstable fluctuating systems. The black hole is a single giant vacuum event suspended in spacetime. The inner solar system resembles more of an atomic system as you get near the black hole event while the rest of the Galaxy becomes more relative as you get further away from the black hole event. A black hole event should unify the vacuum of spacetime with quantum theory and general relativity so it must have a spacetime transition phase across its entire local field in spacetime which describes a galaxy event
Stephen: interesting. Go on
Her: as we get closer to the event horizon general relativity is the first theory which brakes apart due to contradictory observation
Stephen: please explain
Her: general relativity is diverted into an infinite system of measurement in relation to special relativity. An object can’t reach the speed of light if it has mass. So in between light limit and our imaginary spaceship Zeno paradox applies and spacetime is allowed to subdivide infinitely. Because the event horizon has a spin close to light speed, then it is impossible for our spaceship to reach it in relative spacetime as the event horizon behaves like a turtle which has a head start equivalent to the point of black hole birth. No matter how close we get to it we can’t reach it
Stephen: and how can we escape Zeno paradox?
Her: we have to loose our gravitational engine, we have to become energy. You’re the captain. You do that
Stephen: ok. Releasing all gravitational mass now
Her: and time has stopped instantly
Stephen: and what do we see?
Her: we see spacetime becoming a static wave transmission, we see disconnected regions of space, we see Bohr rings, we see quantum mechanics invading our visual horizon
Stephen: and how do we see relative spacetime in relation to us?
Her: light speed becomes a static frame of reference, it becomes a new measuring tool also as it turns out time turns against us. We make one light speed jump ahead and only then all relative things are allowed to change in relation to us. We become the first players allowed by the game of spacetime to make a move. We also see the future, we see Planck dimension. We see everything evolving only at Planck rates and therefore we can only walk, as a wave, if we jump on random Planck stairs, like two innocent kids who doesn’t care about reality
Stephen: cool. Are we ready now to land on the surface of the black hole?
Her: yea, be sure of that
Stephen: me first
Her: after you sir. Oh, we’re going to land there for the first time in human imagination. How do you feel?
Her: and now we are allowed to move first towards the event horizon and then the event horizon is allowed to make a Planck spin in relation to us. We see it like a giant Planck wheel now. As we touch it like two astronaut particles, we encounter the second great wave of theory braking. Now quantum theory is canceled
Stephen: can’t wait to imagine that. Please explain
Her: at light speed there’s no quantum uncertainty principle applying to the vacuum field in relation to us if we are photons. We can see virtual particles happening right within our physical reach. We’re photons. We learn first how to arise from it, how to master its potential random memory and build us, greater things. We also become independent observers to all physical motion because we are allowed to observe the mechanical tick of time. It is a Planck tick. And with a Planck tick we see the entire spin sequence of all quantum nature as quantum nature relates to us in the form of a classical mechanical clock now. Therefore we see particles independent from their associate waves although they can’t move independently from their associate waves. Because waves moves at light speed inside a vacuum, as we jump between Planck bits, first we see waves moving in relation to light speed and then we see particles moving according to their associate waves. If particles have zero mass then particles are always influenced by their associate waves. If particles have mass then they both influences one another. However, our wave is always perfectly synchronized with our physical position in relation to virtual particles giving us free access to modify all the Planck bits that we hold inside
Stephen: I see that particles becomes like physical objects and waves becomes their spatial frame of reference, like gravity
Her: yea. But let’s not forget that even waves must have their associate particle. They must be made of something, something which predicts a general profile of particle formation and particle decay.
Stephen: and what’s that profile?
Her: if nature has two types of particles, particles that have zero mass and particles that have some mass, then there should also be unstable particles which remains waves and particles which becomes stable constructs
Stephen: so what do we discover on the surface of the black hole?
She: we discover that the event horizon of the black hole is actually capable of measuring the behavior of one Planck bit per spin in any given direction and therefore it is capable of achieving a Planck levitating wheel or field which can perfectly separate two regions of vacuum energy. We learn how to spin the vacuum
Stephen: are you telling me that a black hole is a giant levitating Planck field?
Stephen: and what’s the physical consistency of a black hole?
Her: it’s like a region of Planck rings, rings which conducts vacuum energy like a classical transistor
Stephen: are you telling me a black hole is like a giant computer?
Her: precisely. It’s a vacuum computer which can accurately measure its physical volume in relation to other random vacuum fluctuations. Because random vacuum bits accidentally creates nature, this computer software acts like a primordial quantum worm profile which erases random memory clusters or physical forces so it can keep counting itself while at the same time resetting the bits of spacetime which can reshape new memory. So a black hole destroys physical information only to conserve empty vacuum volume which can be rewritten. But, like all quantum computers in our reality, it also has a restricted random error sequence related to light speed always and to vacuum absolute annihilation, one which tells that the computer could gain or loose forever some of its entropy only at random mathematics per constant measurement
Stephen: then what’s the outcome of a black hole field equation?
Her: you get twice the energy of a vacuum field and therefore twice the energy of the entire universe but with some random costs or loss
Stephen: Is it a theory of everything?
Her: it’s not a theory of everything. However, it is a theory of all known physical forces. All physical forces are compressed within a tiny field on which I walk and which is also the event horizon of my black hole event
Stephen: what’s the physical outcome of all known forces behaving as one?
Her: pick one force
Her: gravity is produced equivalent to all physical forces put together
Stephen: so it measures more physical mass than we can possibly predict
Her: precisely. It’s an efficient engine
Stephen: then we have no dark matter
Stephen: so what’s a singularity event?
Her: let’s try a thought experiment. I am Planck living on a Planck surface and you are Stephen, you live on earth and you hold me in your hand. I foresee your future always and you always foresee my past. I am allowed to see the future outcome of all reality while you are allowed to see the past outcome of all reality. As it turns out, we’re both connected via quantum entanglements if we both touch a black hole event horizon
Stephen: cool thought experiment
Stephen: it’s expensive to beat Leonard susskind at memory tests
Her: why’s that?
Hawking: it costs all dark matter in the universe
The short unified field story of the professor:
In regards to such minimum theory assumption, Stephen hawking and Brian Greene’s wonderful daughter have devised a simple rational thought experiment which could be eventually the summary of a unified field theory. Let’s call it the theory of the professor who always studies the physics of the momentum using random math:
Say you have a professor and he has a functional theory. His theory works with nature in such way that it gives no error in return. Eventually his theory becomes a geometric shape, say a sphere, in which the professor gets trapped and from which it is free to experiment on his idea with greater volumes which could sustain his fluid density. And physics says that when you’re trapped inside a spacetime bubble, when you’re a universe, and you’re at free fall inside the vacuum of spacetime, the only thing you’ll notice coming your way is vacuum energy, random bits of information interfering with your theory across your theoretic surface. Physics also say that spacetime is unstable and if you don’t do something about it you’ll never become stable reality. Common sense tells you that a symmetry theory or an ordered state theory can’t be joined permanently with a random state theory as they will eventually end up canceling each other. So the only thing the professor can do in order to join forces is actually two things: he can add an extra random mathematical layer which he can control and which can become partially stable in relation to vacuum randomness, or he must learn how to master infinity. For no mathematical reason the professor always chooses to add an extra layer of apparently random knowledge, always. So now the professor has this random shield which protects his theory from physical collapse, but the random shield can’t protect him for eternity. In order to make his theory bigger in spacetime, the professor also needs a laser gun to aim and soot at random bits which attack his theory shield. Because he’s not allowed to spin faster than light inside his theory, the professor still can’t control the overall decay sequence of the entire theory surface, therefore his lucky chance remains hidden within a last random mathematical sequence that he can’t physically control nor predict. If, by lucky chance, some last unpredictable random math coming from outside the theory matches exactly the random bits of the protecting wave event or shielding property, then we can say that our professor has gained an extra unit of spacetime in relation to eternity. If not, then he has lost one step against eternity. If the professor advances his theory into a black hole, then the professor becomes like Stephen hawking and shoots his famous laser gun theory to stop the random vacuum from eating up his black hole spaceship which has become an ordered state of vacuum computation. Every time he shoots enemy random bits coming in contact with his theory he obtains a radiation event.
And the professor has 3 shooting phases or radiation events always:
When he shoots symmetry phase he maintains the stability of his theory and also preserves the information about his theory. This means he absorbs and gives away equal amounts of radiation.
When he shoots mirror phase he maintains the stability of his theory but he losses information about his theory in accordance to the shooting event. The mirror event says the professor gives away some of his information while producing twice as much radiation than a symmetry event.
And then there’s a third unknown and uncontrollable shooting phase in spacetime which applies to all predictable or stable theories, and which says that any stable theory looses or gains information at random events inversely related to the entropy which describes the theory and proportional to vacuum constant speed. The closer you are in relation to light speed, the less random events happens and vice versa. And that’s also the second arrow of time. And the second arrow of time says that the slower you move in relation to light speed the more random your physical nature becomes and vice versa.
In the end it all depends on the lucky chance that the professor has. Even if he masters spacetime and lives inside a black hole he will still have to fight the inevitable outcome of random information which accidentally builds or destroys his theory. And as Peter Higgs would say, if you can control gravity with mass, then you should also control mass with gravity, so why not controlling vacuum energy with mass and gravity?
And if such story is true, then there should always be 3 general theory braking points in spacetime: a symmetry braking point, a mirror braking point and a random braking point. Even photons should share these 3 braking points in the theory of light speed as photons are always related to vacuum random fluctuation.