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Author Topic:   Black Holes Proof of Literal Hell?
Lammy
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Message 16 of 78 (108746)
05-17-2004 2:48 AM
Reply to: Message 3 by Mister Pamboli
04-06-2002 12:14 AM


Actually...
Mister Pamboli writes:

Time stopped = experience of suffering stopped. Doesn't sound too hellish?


Time inside the event horizon would seem to us to stop. However, to whoever/whatever that's inside the event horizon time would seem like normal. Therefore, if you are talking about suffering inside the black hole, the suffering doesn't stop as far as whoever that's in the black hole is concern.

Light can't escape = black hole filled with light, not endless darkness.

The extreme gravitational condition would drain or rip apart whatever energy that's there, including photons.

Intense gravity may even hold spirit beings? What is a spirit being and in what ways would gravity affect them? What other physical laws would affect them?

There has been many suggestions about what a spirit being is. One of the most popular one that people tend to follow, even if they know it or not, is that a spirit being is the consciousness of whoever that it used to belong to. Consciousness can also be viewed as information. If you know about black hole physics, you should know where I'm going with this.

A black hole is, by definition, a place where no information can ever escape. Since no information can ever escape, it is impossible to probe the singularity. But anyway, I propose that spirit beings are really consciousness of the dead. Since consciousness is really information, I conclude that spirit beings cannot escape from black holes.

I suggest you think about it a little more

You too


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Lammy
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Message 17 of 78 (108748)
05-17-2004 2:52 AM
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05-17-2004 1:53 AM


Blackbox1 writes:

There for there is no possible explanation for hell in a black hole, or any other phenomena in the universe.


What about the nothingness that exists outside of our 4 dimensional space?


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Lammy
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Message 22 of 78 (108808)
05-17-2004 1:35 PM
Reply to: Message 20 by 1.61803
05-17-2004 12:26 PM


1.61803 writes:

So I thought about it and think your black hole hell theory is full of holes.


Actually, his black hole hell only has one big hole


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Message 26 of 78 (126687)
07-22-2004 3:59 PM
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07-22-2004 3:54 PM


Guidosoft writes:

... but am I at least on the right track?


No.


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Lammy
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Message 30 of 78 (126880)
07-23-2004 3:27 AM
Reply to: Message 28 by Hangdawg13
07-23-2004 1:54 AM


Hangdawg13 writes:

Gravity is the same as acceleration so as you cross the event horizon, your perception of time will slow to a stop.


No, this is not right. As you approach the event horizon, your perception of time will not slow down or stop. Your perception of time will remain normal just like before.

What will be the case is your time relative to the rest of the universe will seem to slow down to almost a stop. In other words, if I am in a space ship half a light year away and I have an instrument that allows me to observe you while you accelerate toward the event horizon, you will appear to me as though you are in slow motion.


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Message 31 of 78 (126882)
07-23-2004 3:34 AM
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07-23-2004 2:58 AM


A writes:

so i watched event horizon the other night. pretty good movie, actually.


Good movie. Bad science.


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Lammy
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Message 35 of 78 (127234)
07-24-2004 1:44 AM
Reply to: Message 34 by Hangdawg13
07-23-2004 1:29 PM


hangdawg writes:

...since you are traveling at a definate speed and will reach the center in a certain amount of time?


Precisely.


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