Wednesday, June 5, 2013

The Big Bang, Dark Energy, and The Universe as an Information Processor

In the past month I've stayed up through the night contemplating the birth and evolution of our universe as well as the birth of other universes from our own.  Many physicists and philosophers from across the globe work diligently for years contemplating mathematically, experimentally, and by pure thought regarding the fundamental laws that govern our universe and the inter-workings of the mind of the creator.  From many different perspectives and fields of study from computer scientists, physicists, and philosophers, one can incorporate their ideas and views of the world and come to a rational sense of how one might intepret our physical reality to be, but it seems to leave one thinking endlessly, and in some cases it can lead one to pictures or concepts in one's mind on the possible nature of reality, or in many other cases it leads you back to where one got started with no real progress, but needless to say giving up is never an option.  Once you give up, you have lost hope in yourself, ending all hope for others to believe in you.  Here's my story:

Many scientists believe that no universe can form on the other side of black holes, but in my opinion, the laws of conservation of information would be lost as a result.  Scientists say that since a single black hole cannot and does not "swallow" enough matter and information, which are both one in the same depending how one looks at it, to allow for the birth of a universe on the other side.  From studying the composition of the universe, one can come to the conclusion that the universe is only made of up merely 4% ordinary matter that absorb and reflect light.  This leaves 96% of the universe unlocked by the eyes of both man and man-made objects that survey the sky at all times.  Although i am skeptical on the true nature of dark matter, for it could be matter that formed much early in the life of the universe because it had no interaction with light which allowed it to become much more dense and develop faster than ordinary matter, which in turn played a key role in the formation of large scale objects such galaxies, or it could be matter that is within our universe, but within other parallel universes or even in hidden dimensions and only interacts gravitationally with our 3-dimensional reality.  Regardless, one can assume that black holes should hold no bias to what it "swallows" as the matter crosses the event horizon of the black hole.  Dark Matter makes up about 25% of the universe at large, so this leaves one with around 70% unaccounted for.  The final piece is dark energy.  Dark Energy is an unidentified energy that allows new space to form every second of every day between galaxies as one can see in the red shift of light when observing the motion of galaxies in the universe.  One can only speculate or guess if black holes "swallow" any amount of dark matter because it is difficult to say whether dark energy has any baring  in a space that sees exponential growth in gravity as a function of distance as matter gradually makes its way toward the black hole's horizon.

As i've stated in other blogs specifically one of my first blogs i have ever written, i believe black holes do lead to other universes or even create other universes when the critical density of the black hole is enough to cause an explosion of something from nothing, but that nothing is just a point in space that is to small to be seen or measured by modern microscopes or the naked eye.  As the density of the anti-matter/matter grows as a function of time in a black hole, it comes to a point of incredible energy that is concentrated at the planck scale (1.66 X 10^33cm), a big bang occurs.  Taking into account the fact that their is not enough ordinary matter to make a universe to be equivalent to make a universe such as ours, we must take into account dark energy.  In the early big bang of our universe, matter and light were one in the same as they smashed into each other at high energies creating new particles in the process.  This force of the big bang, in my opinion, was an explosion of anti-matter at the singularity of the black hole, which when exploded at such high energy and temperature, converted it back into matter in the new universe which would explain why there is more matter than anti-matter in our universe and why it is so difficult to find or make it.  This explosion, created such high energy in such a confined area of space, it counteracted the electrical force of matter for a fraction of a second which allowed for space to go through exponential periods of doubling in size for a period of 1 second which physicists and cosmologist refer to as inflation.That explosion at the singularity can and may have caused a white hole which could have also led to a time period of exponential growth of space because of the white hole's negative force that defies gravity, but the energy needed to maintain the white hole is so great that it collapses in a short time frame.  Dark Energy, or the energy of the space-time brane, in my opinion, acts as force of computational processing which it computes new space out of nothing simply by logical processing power, which also allows for new particles to appear from such a vacuum energy.  Although there are many gaps in this idea that must be brought together with much more research it makes sense because I feel as though the universe itself is a self-aware processor of information.  dA/A^2 = 8PieG/c3(p or energy density) is the FRW equation used to determine the rate at which the universe expands or also referred to as the cosmological constant which  is the rate at which the space-time brane computes itself as a function of time because new space is formed out of nothing giving one the impression that the space-time brane is much like a computational processor of information.

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