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Ok, I'm back. I'm surprised I still remember how to post (duh!), but some recent meanderings have been so cool that I decided to share them with my long-forgotten blog!

So with this preamble and without further ado, here goes ...

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2. Here is one Hypothesis to support the above Postulate. We shall call it the “Concentric Black Hole Universes Hypothesis”.

2. Now take the existence of a “pure black hole” in this “parent universe”.

3. Let us assume that within each black hole exists a “child universe” whose time axis is opposite to the “parent universe”

4. Within the black hole (i.e. the “child universe”) would exist another “black hole” whose time polarity would be opposite to its “parent universe”.

5. In this manner, there are an infinite series of concentric parent-child universes (i.e. black holes subsetted within other black holes).

6. The above postulates give rise to two options

a.

b.

7. Under Option A – each “child universe” must of necessity be smaller in size than its “parent universe”.

8. Under Option B – no such size relationships between parent-child universes need exist.

9. One of these “black holes” is our universe.

2. Under Option A –

a. If the Big Bang Hypothesis is true, each “parent universe” and its “child universes” would have to undergo the “Big Crunch” simultaneously.

b. They may or may not undergo the “Big Bang” simultaneously.

c. A “child universe” can have any number of “Big Bang” and “Big Crunch” cycles within one “Big Bang – Big Crunch” cycle of its “parent universe” – however, each “Big Crunch” of the “parent universe” would cause a “Big Crunch” of all the subsetted “child universes”.

3. Under Option B –

a. There is no relation between the “Big Bang – Big Crunch” cycles of the “parent universe” and its “child universes”.

a. T = T0 / sqrt (1-v^2/c^2) ………. where T0 = Time relative to a stationary body, T = Time relative to a body traveling at velocity ‘v’, c = Speed of Light

b. The above does not hold valid for v >= c. This is because ‘c’ is assumed to be a universal constant whose speed cannot be exceeded by any body in the universe.

2. The Concentric Black Hole Universes Hypothesis rejects this assumption. Under this Hypothesis, it is possible to travel faster than the Speed of Light. Under this Hypothesis:

a. T = T0 / sqrt (1-v^2/c^2) ……… for all v < c (1a)

b. T = Indeterminate ……… for all v = c (1b)

c. T = -(T0 x v/c) ……… for all v > c (1c) (this equation is assumed and not mathematically derived)

3. Under Eqn. (1c), T is negative (assuming T0 is positive). This means that any physical body which travels faster than the speed of light would experience “negative time travel”. The faster it travels, the higher the (negative) value of T. Hence, the effect of T is similar whether v <> c.

4. It is assumed that the transition from a “parent universe” to a “child universe” happens across an invisible Space-Time boundary at a speed greater than the speed of light. This might explain why, when a body approaches too close to a “Black Hole”, it experiences a strong gravitational pull towards the “Black Hole” which is caused because of dynamics between two independent Space-Time continuums, i.e. between two universes”, and the instant when it moves from one universe to the next, it does so at a speed greater than the speed of light, which is why the time polarity reverses for that physical body, and it finds itself in the “child universe” with a time axis which is opposite to the time axis of the “parent universe”.

2. The original “parent universe” might have been created due to a “Big Bang” effect. Subsequent “child universes” might have been created due to “Big Bang” type of effects within the original “parent universe”, and so on. Note that the “Big Bang” Theory does not invalidate the Concentric Black Hole Universes Hypothesis under Option A (albeit with some constraints) and Option B.

3. Further thought on this sub-topic is underway.

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© Suhail Kassim 2006

See, I

I now wonder how to find someone who would be kind enough to mathematically (not qualitatively) prove (or disprove) some (or all) of the above statements ... hmmm ... !

So with this preamble and without further ado, here goes ...

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*really*heavy duty stuff!)**"THE SUHAIL KASSIM THEORY OF THE UNIVERSE"******** Start of Code ******

**I. Reverse Time Hypothesis**

1. Postulate: Like space (XYZ axes) coordinates, time (T axis) coordinates can go forwards as well as backwards.2. Here is one Hypothesis to support the above Postulate. We shall call it the “Concentric Black Hole Universes Hypothesis”.

**II. Concentric Black Hole Universes Hypothesis**

1. Assume that the universe is an “open universe” (i.e. with time stretching to infinity) and not a “closed universe”. We shall call this the “parent universe”.2. Now take the existence of a “pure black hole” in this “parent universe”.

3. Let us assume that within each black hole exists a “child universe” whose time axis is opposite to the “parent universe”

4. Within the black hole (i.e. the “child universe”) would exist another “black hole” whose time polarity would be opposite to its “parent universe”.

5. In this manner, there are an infinite series of concentric parent-child universes (i.e. black holes subsetted within other black holes).

6. The above postulates give rise to two options

a.

__Option A__– Each Black Hole is a “Child Universe”b.

__Option B__– Each Black Hole is a Gateway into a “Child Universe”.7. Under Option A – each “child universe” must of necessity be smaller in size than its “parent universe”.

8. Under Option B – no such size relationships between parent-child universes need exist.

9. One of these “black holes” is our universe.

**III. Fit with “Black holes absorb matter” Hypothesis**

1. The Concentric Black Hole Universes Hypothesis would explain why, when a body enters a black hole, it disappears – the reason being that the exit from the “parent universe” into the “child universe” causes a reversal in time flow for the body – so the body starts “moving into the past” vis-à-vis the “parent universe”, and is therefore lost to view of the “parent universe”.**IV. Fit with “Big Bang” Hypothesis**

1. Stephen Hawking postulated that our universe was created in a “Big Bang” and will end with a “Big Crunch” which will be the start of the next “Big Bang”. How does this fit into the above hypotheses?2. Under Option A –

a. If the Big Bang Hypothesis is true, each “parent universe” and its “child universes” would have to undergo the “Big Crunch” simultaneously.

b. They may or may not undergo the “Big Bang” simultaneously.

c. A “child universe” can have any number of “Big Bang” and “Big Crunch” cycles within one “Big Bang – Big Crunch” cycle of its “parent universe” – however, each “Big Crunch” of the “parent universe” would cause a “Big Crunch” of all the subsetted “child universes”.

3. Under Option B –

a. There is no relation between the “Big Bang – Big Crunch” cycles of the “parent universe” and its “child universes”.

**V. Fit with Theory of Relativity**

1. One basic equation in Einstein’s Theory of Relativity states that:a. T = T0 / sqrt (1-v^2/c^2) ………. where T0 = Time relative to a stationary body, T = Time relative to a body traveling at velocity ‘v’, c = Speed of Light

b. The above does not hold valid for v >= c. This is because ‘c’ is assumed to be a universal constant whose speed cannot be exceeded by any body in the universe.

2. The Concentric Black Hole Universes Hypothesis rejects this assumption. Under this Hypothesis, it is possible to travel faster than the Speed of Light. Under this Hypothesis:

a. T = T0 / sqrt (1-v^2/c^2) ……… for all v < c (1a)

b. T = Indeterminate ……… for all v = c (1b)

c. T = -(T0 x v/c) ……… for all v > c (1c) (this equation is assumed and not mathematically derived)

3. Under Eqn. (1c), T is negative (assuming T0 is positive). This means that any physical body which travels faster than the speed of light would experience “negative time travel”. The faster it travels, the higher the (negative) value of T. Hence, the effect of T is similar whether v <> c.

4. It is assumed that the transition from a “parent universe” to a “child universe” happens across an invisible Space-Time boundary at a speed greater than the speed of light. This might explain why, when a body approaches too close to a “Black Hole”, it experiences a strong gravitational pull towards the “Black Hole” which is caused because of dynamics between two independent Space-Time continuums, i.e. between two universes”, and the instant when it moves from one universe to the next, it does so at a speed greater than the speed of light, which is why the time polarity reverses for that physical body, and it finds itself in the “child universe” with a time axis which is opposite to the time axis of the “parent universe”.

**VI. When and how did the Universe originate?**

1. Since the Concentric Black Hole Universes Hypothesis assumes that time can travel forward and backward, hence there is no concept like the “Beginning” or “End” of Time. Time (like space) is a closed loop within which any number of forward-backward cycles and sub-cycles are possible.2. The original “parent universe” might have been created due to a “Big Bang” effect. Subsequent “child universes” might have been created due to “Big Bang” type of effects within the original “parent universe”, and so on. Note that the “Big Bang” Theory does not invalidate the Concentric Black Hole Universes Hypothesis under Option A (albeit with some constraints) and Option B.

3. Further thought on this sub-topic is underway.

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© Suhail Kassim 2006

See, I

*told*ya it would be heavy duty!!I now wonder how to find someone who would be kind enough to mathematically (not qualitatively) prove (or disprove) some (or all) of the above statements ... hmmm ... !