Category Archives for Quantum Mechanics

Black Holes | Space Time And The Universe

Black Holes Do Much More Than Just Suck Matter In! Black holes are one of my favourite things to think about because of how perplexing they appear to be to the scientific community. I find it absurd that when documentaries describe falling into a black hole they show a straight trajectory into the black hole […]

Black Holes And White Holes – How does it all fit?

One thing I have pondered over like many others is how black holes, white holes, gravity, time and the universe fit togethor, and what is actually happening. While scientists rely on mathematics arrive at their discoveries or theories I use my own strange inner logic to often arrive at similar conclusions but with a little […]

Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Gravity & Mass

I have been yet again pondering the dark matter problem and something occurred to me and that is that scientists may have been making the wrong assumption about atoms and electrons. If we take away the “matter” from the electron(s) and the entire atom what is left? Most scientists would say there is nothing left […]

Dark Matter And The Fabric Of Spacetime

Lately I have been giving more thought to the dark matter and quantum enigma problems and I think I have a good working theory here. As I’ve said before I think that what’s referred to as Einstein-Rosen gateways are actually unfired probabilities with that in mind I think it’s quite likely that they are also […]

First Revised Theory On Genisis – maybe?

Revised Theory 1    – Multiversal Genisis 1. I believe that our universe is cyclic in nature, meaning it has a start and finish that coincide at a singular point, I also think that the inside of a black hole or rather from the event horizon inwards is a timeless singular point, this point also reaches […]