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Author Topic: The vacuum of space.  (Read 4400 times)

Offline jbignes5

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The vacuum of space.
« on: March 20, 2013, 01:32:32 PM »

 I just awoke from the weirdest dream. So here it goes.


 The vacuum of space is squeezing us to finer and finer densities. We are not speeding up through the Universe but we are getting squeezed down by the vacuum of space. Yes the space is also getting a tad bigger but by far we are getting condensed into or towards the matter of a black hole.


 This space we live in was created inside of a black hole and is getting slowly bigger over billions of years. This controls the vacuum we see in space and it squeezes this space we live in via the vacuum. Just like in the commercials we see where they take a bag and put tons of clothes in the bag and suck out the air from the bag.


 Let me pose to you something That puzzled me over the last few years from the simulations we have of the space we live in, our Universe. If we live in a bubble in the vacuum of space then it is more then likely that we are being compressed into higher and higher densities. This follows the condensation of matter theory that was posed in the late sixties. Space is not getting bigger it is staying the same or even getting smaller. This could be the explanation that tips the scales. Our space is becoming smaller and smaller because the Black hole we live in is getting bigger and bigger. This creates more vacuum which creates more condensation of matter and more released energy from that matter.


 There was another well known experiment that was taken from a crab under water that shot bubbles of air then exploded a few inches away from it's claw. The experiment has been reproduced in the lab and a great many strange things came from that experiment like light amongst a great amount of energy.


 Lets see if a dialogue can be started along these lines.

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Re: The vacuum of space.
« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2013, 05:27:27 PM »



 I know I haven't gotten it entirely correct but this dream really opened my eyes. If we look at the Universe now and then compare it to what it used to be we are actually getting smaller and smaller. This comes from the matter around us condensing. All of the information we are getting is going this way. We can see the matter condensing into massive streams in the Universe and this effect is actually caused by the vacuum of space itself. This could explain a great many things in our Universe that just defy our understanding. Of the few mis understood things comes the massive stars we are now seeing. It seems to me this is a result of the vacuum of space.


 What do you guys think?

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Re: The vacuum of space.
« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2013, 08:57:48 PM »


 Yes exactly. We don't realize we are getting more condensed because everything is being condensed at the same time. This is why we don't see this happening and is the reason we think the Universe is flying apart faster and faster. We are just getting smaller and smaller and this looks like we are traveling further and further away from other galaxies.


 This might also explain what black holes are in our reality. Just imagine that each black hole is the border from one fractal density to the other. In most cases I believe other Universes exist inside of the black holes, like our universe exists in our larger black hole.

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Re: The vacuum of space.
« Reply #3 on: March 21, 2013, 12:58:29 PM »



 You asked a very good question. Is space a void. Well is a lens a void? No. It just happens that a lens is physical and real but yet we can see right through it. Well this same premise can be applied to space. The vacuum has to have something it works on. In our atmosphere it works on air and molecules of the air. In space there is no air. Yes there is gases and rocks but on average what is it that the vacuum works with in space.


 This is a tough question and I think the answer of matter is the real answer. It's a type of matter that has very little energy. Energy is the only reason we can see matter in our atmosphere. Since it is highly charged everything has energy. If it didn't then light and other electrical phenomena would pass right through it like it wasn't even there. This is the ultimate form of matter. How did it get that way? Well the process of a black hole is very very simple. matter gets squeezed of all charge and becomes transparent to everything. This is why a black hole is black. There is very little that this kind of matter can reflect and hence it passes charges and energy without loss. This makes the matter invisible.


 Since we are inside of a black hole this matter is everywhere in different densities. It reacts to charges and energy by increasing it's density and forms flows like rivers and even lakes. Real matter is made up of this neutral matter when it attains a certain level of charge it becomes real and measurable.