Black Holes 3
LET’S look at a black hole as we looked at the story of creation – from another angle. Theoretically, black holes are everywhere in our universe with the more massive black holes at the centre of each galaxy, so to simplify it, let’s narrow our research down to the one at the centre of our own Milky Way Galaxy.
Theoretical Science says that the black hole at the centre of our galaxy is some 4 million times more massive than our sun. At the top of the black hole lies our three dimensional universe, at the bottom, the singularity, (infinity, which is timeless, therefore non-dimensional).
Let’s pretend to peer down into the depths of a black hole without restricting ourselves with three dimensional thinking. From the point of singularity at the bottom, we mentally look up the vortex of the black hole towards the surface, which in our case is three dimensional space.
Let’s allow our imagination to run wild for a moment and surmise that somewhere above the bottom singularity, (non-dimensional) at some point on the vortex, there is a slot that contains a One Dimensional Universe?
Then, what if further up the vortex, we come to a slot that contains a Two Dimensional Universe – each one complete in itself, the same as our universe is with galaxies, stars and planets populated by living creatures that are either one or two dimensional, depending at what level they inhabit.
The inhabitants of a one dimensional world would believe that their universe was all there is and would be completely unaware of the two dimensionals and us three dimensionals above them.
As far as they would be aware, the top of the black hole is in their universe. Any scientific theories that they used to try and understand black holes would be restricted to one dimensional thinking.
As far as they would be aware, the top of the black hole is in their universe. Any scientific theories that they used to try and understand black holes would be restricted to two dimensional thinking.
The inhabitants of our three dimensional world believe that our universe is all there is and are completely unaware of the one dimensionals and the two dimensionals below us.
As far we are aware, the top of the black hole is in our universe. All of our scientific theories that attempt to explain a black hole are restricted to three dimensional thinking.
Are but!… It does not end there. Who says that the black hole stops at our universe? Only we do. What if the vortex continues on to a fourth dimensional slot and then a fifth dimensional slot, and then a sixth dimensional slot ad infinitum!
All the inhabitants of all dimensions of this multi-universe would be living their lives, experiencing all the ups and downs of their particular world, (as we do ours) completely oblivious as we are, that other dimensional universes exist.
Would we then be so unique or would we really be just one part of something magnificently spectacular, sharing this multi-dimensional universe with many varied and diverse others who are just as special to lifes experience as we?…
Dan’s Quote: “Our universe is but one dimension
_____________in a multi-dimensional universe.”- Danny Brand