Hear me out for a second. I don’t have much time, but want to put this down on paper before it falls into the void. It’s for a book idea.
I watch a lot of documentary’s about the universe, quantum mechanics and physics. I even read a few books about it.
- I learned that the universe is expanding faster and faster until dark energy will tip the scales and become so great that it’ll be powerful enough to rip atoms apart.
This will happen billions of years from now.
- I also learned that multi-universes must exist in order to explain the perfection of our own universe.
- Particles can pop in and out of existence in the vacuum of space. This is the only stable theory that explains the big bang (creating something from nothing). One popular hypothesis is that it “borrows” energy from a parallel dimension. But it quickly has to repay its debt by popping back out of existence.
- And finally, I learned that anything that falls into a black hole leaves an imprint on the event horizon. A little data packet of information that can be used to reconstruct whatever it was that fell into the black hole. Whether it be your wallet, with all your credit cards in it, or a hat.
Furthermore, there’s a few physicists that actually believe that’s all we are, data packets on an event horizon. Packets of energy that’s been reconstructed as the walking talking holograms we are today. Not just people, but planets, stars, time, space – everything is a hologram. Our universe is nothing more than a hologram being projected from a place light can never reach.
The gravity we feel is a byproduct of the black hole. The stuff that holds us all together. Perhaps gravity is the repayment of borrowed energy? A magnet from a different dimension?
My book idea is this; what if instead of there being a multiverse of floating universes that never meet, it’s more like a multiverse that works like a fire works show? Once the “big rip” happens and the old universe is destroyed by dark energy, a new universe pops into existence by overlapping it? Like when one firework starts to fade, another one explodes on top of it.
Nothing ever dies in this way, just fades away.
Scientists claim that time didn’t exist before the big bang. This is because of spacetime. Time and space are dependent on each other and if there was no space, there was no time.
But with my firework analogy, there was a time before time. Nothing is separated. Just lost in a different time.
Past, present and future all exist simultaneous at the same time. This can be proven with the laws of physics and spacetime. It just depends on your perspective. And I watched a documentary explaining this, the same documentary that talks about the universe eventually being torn apart leaving no trace of space or time in it’s wake and I started thinking about the grandfather paradox.
How can there be an end to time? If there is an end to time, how can time exist now? When it doesn’t exist in the future?
Think about it this way…..
Let’s say the universe is about to end in 5 seconds. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1……what happens next? The blankness? The nothingness? If this is true, than where are we? If all time happens simultaneous depending on your perspective, how can time exist and not exist at the same time? How can we be here and not here?
Because there is no end of time, only new fireworks. Time has to be perpetual in order for us to exist.
And what about the big bang theory? What if it never exploded?
When particles pop out of nothingness, they borrow their energy from someplace. But they can’t stay in existence because they quickly need to repay the borrowed energy.
What if the big bang started off as a singularity so massively dense using borrowed energy, nothing escaping it’s gravity, that when it exploded – it swallowed itself back up forming an immense black hole? And we are merely trapped on the surface as a hologram? And once that energy has been repaid, the process starts all over again. More fireworks.
It’s like we’re on the surface of a balloon. Technically, there is no center point of a balloon, no center of the universe, no center of explosion since spacetime expands as the universe expands. But what if we can somehow float under the membrane of the balloon, into it’s real center? The origin, if you will.
That’s kinda my book idea, kinda sorta. Someone who can pass through the membrane of the balloon and from their perspective, they’re able to see the past, present and future, and the deeper they fall into the hole, the older time gets. They can see past universes. It becomes such a blur that it leads into infinity. Every possibility existing at the same time.
Anyway, it’s 2:37 in the morning and I need to be up at 8. I really hope this doesn’t become a problem again. Staying up late to blog. I had it under control for the longest time.