Okay, so like I said in my last post, our universe is a hologram of data packets living on the surface of an event horizon.
It’s all theoretical fun and games to think about this stuff. It’s not that I actually believe any of it, but it’s a smattering of thoughts for a book idea I’m formulating.
I also wrote about the fireworks theory in which when one black hole (big bang universe) dissipates, a new black hole (a new universe) forms in it’s place. And thus, time never ends.
Perhaps a new universe can only form once dark energy has overtaken gravity? Once space and time no longer exist?
That’s according to the scientists. They say that once dark energy starts ripping particles apart, space and time will be no more.
For shits and giggles, let’s just pretend this theory is correct. Imagine the fireworks show.
As one firework starts to fade, another blasts in its place. So we don’t actually know how old the universe is because we can only measure it from the start of our own firework.
Now think about this…..
Time is relative. Everybody knows that by now. From an ants point of view, humans move in slow motion according to their perspective. What if we are the ant? Only smaller than an ant?
The universe seems like it’s not moving much from our perspective, but if you blew yourself up so the universe is the size of a marble resting in the palm of your hand, and then looked at that marble from under an electron microscope, you might see stars and planets zipping around so fast that they are nothing but a streak of light.
Then what if you blew yourself up even more? So the universe is nothing more than the size of a particle? It’ll abide by the laws of quantum mechanics and pop in and out of existence just as particles are said to do. Meaning, the universe – the marble – will evolve so fast, it’ll be created and destroyed, in the smallest decibel of time imaginable. While to us, it takes trillions of years.
The universe is nothing more than quantum foam, a virtual universe of superimposed fluctuations.
What is a virtual particle?
First of all, they exist in real life. Not just in my head. You can see virtual particles when you do the double slit experiment (which I’m not about to explain).
Virtual particles are both here and not here. They pop into “existence”, interfere with each other, and pop back out once the measurement has been taken. The stuff that happens in-between the measurement is unknown but can be seen via double slit.
We can only measure the source (where it begins) and it’s ending location, but nothing in-between.
During the in-between time, all possibilities exist for that little particle and they are infinite. They interfere with each other and create waves via chaos theory’s self-organization.
If the universe was the size of a photon, which it is (depending on your perspective), all possibilities exists simultaneous.
We are a virtual black hole that’s no different from the other virtual black holes that surround us in the sea of quantum foam and fluctuations. We basically don’t exists. We shouldn’t be here.
In other news, I’m becoming more and more hermit-like. I’m starting to get concerned. Not even the temptation of alcohol was able to lure me out tonight.
My excuse tonight for not going out was that I was busy looking at electron microscopes for sale on Amazon and watching documentaries on Netflix. “I’m going to be a self-taught chemist!” Is what I said. “It’s for the greater good!” I said.
I’ll see them tomorrow, so it’s not that big of a deal. I even saw one yesterday, so I’m not a complete recluse.
I’m nearing into crunch time with my business, that could possibly be one of the reasons why I want to hunker down. My surplus of money is nearing its end. Taking its final bow.
If I actually do make it to April without dipping into my personal line of credit or selling more groupons, it’ll be a close shave on an atomic scale. Down to dollars and cents in this case. Pocket change kinda close shave. Reconsidering my Hulu subscription kind of shave.
The suspense is killing me. But unlike the descent I faced in 2015, this time around it’s a controlled sinking ship. I control the sink. It’s a steady but controlled decline.
The phrase “embrace the suck” just came to mind.
It’s like I’m a pilot with a busted up plane and I’m doing my best to keep ‘er steady. But the plane isn’t going to crash, it just needs to make it to the next truck stop for a fuel-up.
So there is hope unlike the hopelessness I faced in 2015, but there’s still that jolting unsure feeling. The feeling of, “Should I touch down now?” Or, “Can I make it to the next fuel-up station?”
I’m almost positive I won’t make it. If I touch down now, if I dip into my line of credit, all will be unravelled and all that progress I made last year will take another year to make up for.
My friend/receptionist wants me to go to Italy with her in May. She’s a photographer and will take loads of pictures and post them to Facebook for all the world to see that I actually made it to Italy! That prospect alone makes me want to go. Pictures galore. She takes like 500 pictures in just one outing, I can’t imagine how many she’d take in Italy. Her head will blow the eff up.
But alas, I’m busy trying keep my sinking ship steady.
I would’ve had so much fun if I went out tonight. They’re playing my favorite board game, cards against humanity.
But it’s like I said, I have to keep ‘er steady. I can’t lose focus. Can’t have fun. It’s like I literally can’t have fun even if I tried, so why bother?
Why am I always so miserable?
I must embrace the suck, control the sink.
And just think that all this is happening inside a particle that’s neither here nor there. And at the center of this particle exists a quantum black hole that has a singularity at it’s center that is so minuscule, yet so dense, it’s perception of time is faster than the speed of light. And we are living on a memory of our own creation.
You want to know where the term “Room and Board” came from? Well, way back in the day, meals were served on wooden boards. Table’s were in fact, a wooden plank resting on trestles. You can read the best answer I found here.
My brother just got home and came into my room.
“What are you doing?”
“Looking up the etymology of room and board.”
“I was going to watch Batman verses Superman but started looking up how ice forms in space and then I couldn’t stop looking things up.”
What is comprised of a particle?
Particles are what make up atoms. They can neither be created or destroyed, just change form like water.
You can change the form of particles by smashing them together or heating them up. The Iconic E=MC2 means that the amount of energy needed to create a particle must be proportional to its mass.
Photon’s are the easiest to make while the Higgs boson is the hardest (heaviest) and requires a huge collision (energy) to make them.
Everything that exists today came from a singularity. Google defines a singularity as follows:
In the centre of a black hole is a gravitational singularity,
a one-dimensional point which contains a huge mass in an infinitely small space,
where density and gravity become infinite and space-time curves infinitely,
and where the laws of physics as we know them cease to operate.
What if within each black hole that’s created, a new universe is born on it’s opposite end? And that explains how matter can pop into existence seemingly out of nowhere? We are all just one big projection, a hologram, inside a hologram, inside a hologram.