Norman and Saaren

A New View on Gravity and the Dark Side of the Cosmos

Norman Bliss
Photo number one is our universe. (an outside View) The accelerating expansion of the universe is the observation that the universe appears to be expanding at an increasing rate, It’s believed to be 95 billion light-years across. That’s pretty damn big.

 

Photo number two is an inside view of our universe. The center would be worth the explosion and then the outside rim that would be the expansion.The little white dots are galaxies flying around. So you would have this balloon-like universe floating around. Some scientists believe there are many of these balloon-like universes are floating around.

Here’s a Theory. What if we were inside of a black hole. What if that expanding ring was the Event Horizon of a black hole. Our Milky Way galaxy is expected to collide with the Andromeda galaxy in a couple of billion light years. That’s going to kind of stir things up quite a bit. What if are black hole collides with another black hole. This would happen so fast all we would see would be one humongous Flash. We would never see the end of this Flash everything in our galaxy would be destroyed. This would wipe out everything.

Photo number three is two black holes colliding. This could happen at any moment. There’s no way of telling when this is going to happen, but it will happen.

 

 

Norman Bliss
Scientists know that the Milky Way galaxy is going to collide with the Andromeda galaxy in a couple of billion light years they are okay with that. Couple of billion light years is a long time. What they don’t know is if we are in a black hole. When will this black hole collide with another black hole? I think this is what the James Webb Telescope is all about. What is on the other side of these gases on the expanding edge of our universe or is it in Event Horizon. And is it being tug by another black hole? I guess they want to know when they should put their head between their legs and kiss their ass goodbye.


We could move to another galaxy that has a longer lifespan. And just keep doing this. Colonize the universe. But if our universe is doomed. We better start figuring out how to travel through wormholes. It’s like we have to keep figuring out the ultimate Doomsday and how to escape it. We could do this we have the brains to accomplish this. But first, we have to get off our dead-ass and be on fire for wisdom and knowledge. And all you have to do is read a couple of post on Facebook and realize we’re doomed. I saw chimpanzees with more common sense than some humans on Facebook.

Saaren Ville
1. Andromeda is going to collide with our Milky Way in about 4 billion years
2. Lightyear is not a measure of time, but a measure of distance.
3. We are not in a black hole, we are orbiting a massive black hole in the center of our Milky Way.
4. There’s no “they” in Andromeda that we know of. Nobody is steering the galaxy, it’s not a vehicle. Both Milky Way and Andromeda are orbiting the common center of the mass of our local group of galaxies.
5. The James Webb Space Telescope will offer unprecedented resolution and sensitivity from the long-wavelength (orange to red) visible light through the mid-infrared (0.6 to 27 micrometer) range and enable observing some of the most distant events and objects in the universe, such as the formation of the first galaxies. No need for JWST if we just wanted to look at our closest group of galaxies. That we can do with equipment already available.
6. There’s no “other side of these gases”, nor is there any “expanding edge of our universe”. The observable horizon comes at the earliest time in the universe where there was just hot plasma. Too hot to form matter like gases. Also, it is no meaning to talk about other side of the big bang as that would be time before there was time. The time is the 4th dimension and got its birth with the universe.

Also, the upcoming collision with Andromeda doesn’t mean the end of our galaxy. It means the 2 galaxies will merge and considering the very low density of matter on both galaxies, it is not necessarily an issue for small star systems like our Sun. Then again our star will start swelling towards a red giant shortly after due to exhausting its fuel, so the humanity (if we’re still around then) should have found a way to move out and populate places further from the fireball like e.g. moons of Jupiter or some exoplanets in nearby star systems.

Norman Bliss Saaren Ville
see now there you go you have your opinion and I have mine

Saaren Ville Norman Bliss
Not at all. Those are not my opinions. They are observable facts of the universe that we know. Now there are things that we don’t know about the universe, but these are not among them

Norman Bliss Saaren Ville
so everything you’re talking about is science and not theories?

Saaren Ville
I don’t know what you refer to with theories if not the scientific ones. The theories like quantum mechanics, relativity or string theory all aim to explain the observations and are measured by their quality in predicting the future events. Your writings above about living in a black hole, our neighbor galaxy etc. had little or nothing to do with any of that.

Norman Bliss Saaren Ville
so you think I should take the word theory out of my original post?

Saaren Ville
A layman can write whatever he wants, but calling it a theory does not make it one. It is not even a thesis unless he can describe how he came to his conclusions so it fits the observations.

Norman Bliss Saaren Ville
some scientist believes the Big Bang created the expanding universe. and where is this universe? and what is it expanding into? all I’m saying is that this could all be happening inside a black hole.

Saaren Ville
Okay, and what’s outside the black hole?

Norman Bliss
I think the only thing we’re sure about is that we’re inside of an expanding universe.

Saaren Ville
Agreed. We can also be quite assured that we are not inside a black hole since the light is freely going to all directions instead of towards a singularity.

Saaren Ville
Actually, the photo number 1 is very much an inside view. It’s the map of the cosmic microwave background, the leftover radiation from the very hot first stages of the universe we live in.
The second illustration is a logarithmic scale conception of the observable universe. For our observation point, it seems to be the center and a balloon-like since we can only observe from here to 13.8 billion light-years away due to the age of the universe, and we cannot see through the plasma of the early hot universe right after big bang. For the record, it is not meaningful to speak of a center of the universe, any more than it is to consider a center of the surface on a balloon in a world of 2 dimensions.
On the black hole part, were we inside one, we wouldn’t be writing these comments on the Facebook. Or measuring the gravitational waves for that matter, which were originated from the event simulated in this 3rd image, which is a screen capture from a computer-generated simulation from the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory. (LIGO):-D

Norman Bliss
The photos are just to give an idea of what I was talking about. Nothing’s carved in stone. There are some Theories here along with my thoughts. If you’re trying to take this apart because of the science, anybody can see I’m not discussing science here. Are you from the flat-earth group?

Saaren Ville
Just pointing out that there is no outside view or center of our universe as we know it. What’s a flat-earth group? What theories are you talking of?

Norman Bliss Saaren Ville
A New View on Gravity and the Dark Side of the Cosmos Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics Emergent Gravity and the Dark Universe Gravitational Waves Discovery.
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Saaren Ville
Interesting character this Dr. Erik Verlinde.

Norman Bliss Saaren Ville
His talk is a lot about what happens inside of a universe

Saaren Ville
Yes, and it’s like he has some personal beef against Einstein.

Saaren Ville
Whether quantum entanglement is the origin of gravity or not, I would like to test if you can “see” inside a black hole utilizing technology based on such entangled particles.

Norman Bliss Saaren Ville
I think he put a crack and Einstein’s theory of gravity

Norman Bliss Saaren Ville
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Saaren Ville
Well, he’s trying hard. We can say it is unlikely to discover any experimental evidence on supersymmetry in the foreseeable future. At least not with the equipment we have e.g. at CERN.

Norman Bliss