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Message 1262307 - Posted: 19 Jul 2012, 20:37:17 UTC



Hello again !

Assumed there is a black hole on the northern hemisphere - is there then a white hole on the southern hemisphere ? (connected with it ?) - so they would both mean a connected worm-hole.

Would mean then, for every black/white hole on the northern hemisphere - there is a white/black hole on the opposite side on the southern hemisphere.

It would then make sense to search always for a black hole - with 180° in opposite direction - then for a white hole ?

I guess this somehow would make the search for them easier ?

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Message 1262500 - Posted: 20 Jul 2012, 11:56:51 UTC - in response to Message 1262307.

that would make sense... but i never heard that white holes really exist. they would be very easy to detect- because they would emit matter.
and nobody had ever seen such a phenomen.
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Message 1262526 - Posted: 20 Jul 2012, 13:37:02 UTC

And addidtionally: It would only make sense if we were in the center between all black and white holes. Sounds a bit like geocentric model 2.0.

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Message 1264207 - Posted: 25 Jul 2012, 20:46:13 UTC - in response to Message 1262526.



Ouch ! This is true what you say !

My theory would only work, if milky-way would be the centre of all galaxies, -
but thats not inmediateley the fact.

My model would suit into the time before Galileo Galilei ... - sorry for that !

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Message 1283273 - Posted: 13 Sep 2012, 16:44:28 UTC - in response to Message 1264207.

hey man i just join s@h and seen the message boards on here. thats cool i can finally converse with other science buffs. my computers name is samspade named after my grandpa tom simmons. he was a detective and got the nicname samspade frpm his cop buddys. but anyway that caught my attention. do u kno alot on black holes? i have a theroy but its sketchy. involving sagitarius a star and pole shifts. i see the rings on the other planets all have some tilt to them and would like to find out whn those planets were last aligned with our sun and the black hole powerin our galaxy. im betting the rings tilt like a rocky planets poles would whn they align. any thoughts?

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Message 1283304 - Posted: 13 Sep 2012, 18:33:36 UTC - in response to Message 1283273.

i imagine a invisable galaxy size magnitic feild or plane that extends from the super massave black hole to as far out as the smallest particle at the edge of our galaxy. and somewhere around the center of the milkyway gives our star the kick it needs to go in its loop. now every so often a planet rises or falls infront or behind the sun as it passes this threshold that spins our star. when a gases planet is aligned with center blackhole and the sun, the liteness of the gases that make up the planet cant be tilted because the gravitational pull isnt strong enough to grab gases. like how earth cant hold gases very well and they rise to form our atmosphere. but whn hydrogen meets oxygen on these gases planets it forms water ice which has more mass then just the gases alone so on a gas dominated planet the heaveir h2o rises to form rings and the rings are the only mass the blackhole can pull on so when one aligns it has its rings harmlessly let lose til it pass the center or til it moves out of the "suns line of sight". now when a heavy rocky planet is unlucky enough to rise or fall in the suns way while going through this narrow plane, imagine a metal ring full of ball barrings all spinning in one direction and one of those barrings is set free or pushed out for a split second which causes it to spin in a different direction and then its pulled back into its spot. it would be a pole shift.im probably crazy and i might be rambling but its only because i never had anywhere to disscus this before and i had alot to say plus im worried that were all missing these clues. were experiencing this rare alinement at the end of this year for the first time in recorded history so how do we know that this doesnt cause a pole shift resulting in death for us and another ice age for our rock. i think the mayans among other anceint ancestors figured this out and were trying to preserve this information that they figured out "or had help figuring out".their ancestors went through this shift and over the years man bousnced back and tryed to store this information but enough of the evidence was lost that it now convinces moderen man that those crazy anceints must of made this up. just myth. theres many other things that cause disasters but i believe that this topic is a natural occuring event that happens in all star systems. maybe more often in systems with more than one star. should of just blogged this mess. whats any1 think? is all this about to end?
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Message 1284580 - Posted: 16 Sep 2012, 19:43:52 UTC
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Before today I had not heard about white holes.

But black holes is thought to exist. They do not do us anything good and are not welcome in our neighborhood.

But what about wormholes then? To scientists, wormholes should attract serious interest because they might be assumed to be associated with possible time travel.

But are wormholes known to be existing in nature, or are they only a product of our human imagination?

Gravity is supposed to be able to bend time, but how much? Is there a limit as to how much time possibly could be bent?

Definitely gravity is not making time a constant at all, but a variable.

We assume that a black hole contains a singularity in its middle, or at least inside its event horizon - the point where neither mass nor light is able to escape. Still radiation is being detected from black holes, there is a leakage point there.
In some way particles or energy is still able to escape from near the event horizon, or possibly inside it as well.

As a general rule of thumb (but not always), scientific discoveries are being confirmed and verified by observation of given or known facts. Theories are thoughts and imaginations about certain objects which might be existing or present in nature.

Hypothesis and speculation are dreams which never can be realized in reality. Still both the first, second as well as the third terms are elements which are thought of as being ideas representing the real world which is thought to be existent. Also we are sometimes looking for things we really know should not exist at all, which is yet another example of possible speculative science.

Is such science welcome at all? Should it be permitted to make speculative assumptions about certain things which should be dealt with in a scientific way?

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