Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Hawking: Black Hole, Information Paradox Evolved

Hawking's theory to explain how information can be lost into a black hole, allowed by the multiverse theory of another universe without a black hole, is not a valid argument.

Part #1: Logical Error with Approach
If you believe that for each universe within a multiverse, there is a specific degree of variation to each and every universe, than Hawking's approach to information loss is not valid. If you collected all of the particles in each universe, it would create a unique pattern, universal signature, or better yet, a 'unique pattern of information', which describes the uniqueness of the universe. If a concept of a black hole exists in a universe, collects, and negates information, i.e. information loss, that information is forever lost for that universe, because each universe is unique and contains a unique 'information signature', which describes the universe.

Part #2: Alternate Proposal for Information 'Loss' to 'Translation'
Having an alternative universe within a multiverse, that contains no black holes, and cannot negate information, allows for an imbalanced approach to information management. If we look at a multiverse as a balanced equasion, a continuim, cyclical flow of information, you would have some universes, which 'flow out', or appear to negate information through a black hole, and to balance, I propose you have that information 'translated' into an alternate universe of another unique perspective, or variation of the previous universe. Each translation 'layer' (currently called a 'black hole') from one universe to the next would alter information with a unique signature, or perspective. Like the game of 'telephone', passing a message from one person to another, or perception interpretation, we have a translation algorithm, a so called 'Black Hole', which takes information from one perspective, one universe, and translates that information \ energy into another universe, which is slightly altered based on that translation algorithm. This approach also gives rise to a shape of existance, a multiverse shape being of isolated bubbles of space, connected by these translation matrix (black holes); however, in order maintain the theory energy \ information cannot be negated or lost, the chain of universes, like a necklace of beads needs to eventually connect back to the original universe, to eventually 'see' the universal perspective full circle.

Capture, Alternate, Explode with a unique pattern of information, just as someone racking up a pool table again, and breaking up the balls. Each time you are left with the same amount of balls on the table, starting out as a central point of collected information, then scattered by an outside ball, which breaks up the collected information into another unique patten of 'new' information.

Part #3: Shape proof for Multiverse with Information Translation Model

As a single point of passage, a 'black hole', conical shape with a wider and a narrower opening at the two ends, if the so called 'gravity well' ingests all energy, including information, that energy and information is not lost, it is translated into an alternate, yet 'tangible' universe within the multiverse, and the reason the alternate universe is a variable degree of difference from our own is due to the method by which the information and energy is thrust through the 'translation matrix' (so called Black Hole). To extend the use of our pool table analogy, if you had a pattern of pool balls scattered on a table, and you then lifted the table to force all of the balls into one pocket, they would not maintain the pattern of balls (Information Pattern) on the table, and after going through this 'single lane' or channel, on the other side all of the balls, the composition elements, but would form a new pattern, or organization of balls.

A problem appears, when you have a pictoral view of a 'black hole', which has two of these conical shapes with wider openings at two ends, and a narrowing center, however, this perceptive problem can be resolved by angular perspectives of the multiverse. After below description of multiverse shape we can revert back to angular view.

Extrapolation of the shape of a 'multiverse' is now possible based upon the above theory. Continuing the theory with the necklace analogy, lets make the necklace of beads an elastic string of universes connected by these black holes, and lets further imagine at each intersection point along each bead, it is possible to intersect, or be connected not just to one elastic string, but multiple strings. Lets further imagine that each elastic band of universes can twist and turn, and can intersect on itself, such as into the shape of the sign of infinity. Lets also assume that we can turn this band tighter and tighter to cause multiple loops, however each loop gets smaller and smaller. I hypothesize that this is the nature of existance, and at each point, each bead is an element, as a tightly twisted elastic band, each loop on the elastic band is an element, and untwisted, the single loop is an element, and twisting it twice, both aspects, a mirror image of loops, are both elements. I propose this is the nature of existance, and can be quantified to prove string theory.

To circle back to an 'angular perspective' of the multiverse to allow for 'black holes', as mentioned above each bead is not only connected to every other bead on this elastic band, or necklace of universes, it can also be interconnected by another loop of the current band, or alternate elastic bands (necklace of universe bands). As in the image, the top conical shape appears on a flat perspective in full view, however, the below conical shape appears to be at an angle, an alternative angle to our perception. At the central point between these two conical shapes is the collection point, a translation matrix, or commonly called a black hole. However, just because we see two conical shapes leading energy \ information to a central point, does not mean there are not n number of conical shapes leading away at alternate angles.

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