Black holes (or gravity wells) seem to be part and parcel of the ongoing process of creation as massive amounts of matter get sucked down into terrifyingly huge cosmic drain holes some weighing as much as billions of solar masses. What happens to all the mass that gets consumed by black holes? It is instantly transformed back into pure energy in a dimension outside of space and time, which then reappears back in our own universe as the universally expansive force of dark energy.
A “7 Up” Universe that Runs on Free Energy!
The visible universe exists in a continuous state of growth and change as immense voids “bubble up” between vast “walls” of filamentary superclusters consisting of numerous galaxies and quasars all with massive black holes lurking at their centers. New cells would constantly be created in these ever expanding voids with this energy collapsing or concentrating back into itself in the form of mostly dark matter and then a small amount of physical matter. Because particles of dark matter are much finer than particles of baryonic matter, they are much easier for dark energy to create, explaining why there is so much more dark matter than baryonic matter in the universe.
In these vast voids of dark energy between galaxies, trillions of asymmetric virtual particles would “bubble up” from the void, creating vast, but very, very tenuous streams of particles that may eventually form into subatomic particles such as neutrons (not to be confused with the trillions of nearly massless neutrinos that emanate from stars) or rivers of electrically charged particles of plasma swirling down into galaxies where it condenses into vast star-building nebulae. Such huge electrically charged rivers of plasma have been found all over the universe. Conventional astronomers assume these neutron streams came from the “Big Bang.” Along with dark matter, these currents of plasma create massive filaments which form the backbone of galaxy creation. Countless stars are created from these massive and ever present cosmic streams of charged particles most of which are quite invisible but can be detected at various microwave frequencies. Some of the oldest stars and the most massive new stars would form into black holes which in turn would give off more vast streams of charged particles through its intensely concentrated magnetic poles while giving off Hawking radiation before eventually evaporating back into the rest of the universe. The eternal cycles of preservation, destruction and creation are therefore repeated throughout all existence!
Are New Worlds Being Created from Natural Particle Accelerators?
Could new hydrogen atoms also form from the vast streams of plasma particles accelerated out from massive electrical/magnetic energy vortices (magnetic poles) piercing the center of vast black holes or quasars? If so, such hydrogen atoms would eventually concentrate into nebulae, stars and ultimately, form whole new worlds.
Contracting and Expanding Forces in a Dynamic Equilibrium
There may be a constant balance of expansion, creation, contraction, and recycling of old matter into new particles through the formation of energy vortices or black holes. There may therefore be a dynamic universal balance or relationship between dark energy, black holes, and the creation of new matter. It may very well be that the contracting energy of black holes and other gravitational sources are dynamically and universally balanced by the ever expanding and all pervading influence of dark energy.
Super Massive Black Holes Reside in Every Galaxy Give Off Massive Amounts of Radiation
There is much evidence to support the idea that most galaxies, including our own Milky Way galaxy, must have at their centers super massive gravity wells in the order of millions of solar masses. It has been known for a long time that quasars are most likely new galaxies yet to mature into full spiral and other types of galaxies as they go through their evolutionary stages. Black holes tend not to be “black” at all; they often, in various strange ways, seem to emit all sorts of particles and types of radiation. One medium sized gravitational vortex, for instance, gives off X-rays 260 million times brighter than the radiation from the sun even though it is only 500 times its mass. Generally, the multi-million solar mass gravity wells seem to “create” out of absolutely nothing entire galactic formations around their equators as massive rings of glowing stars and bands of opaque gaseous nebulae. Of course, most of the matter seen or detected may simply be originating from an outside source as gravity pulls it in.
“Alpha Omega” Black Holes Recycle “Old Matter” back into New Particles of Dark Energy Throughout the “White Hole” of all Surrounding Space
Black holes, often thought as being a location in space where all time ends, seem to act also as its own beginning similar in fashion to the Christian “Alpha and Omega” or “the First and the Last.” If there is an end to time, it may be in a black hole, while its beginning may be found wherever dark energy brings forth new matter. Scientists have often wondered what happens to the energy of a substance that gets lost forever down a gravity well. The universe is filled with massive black holes and other sources of gravity. The energy that is lost in the attraction of gravity is always sent back out into the surrounding space as quantum particles of dark energy, a sort of universal or collective “white hole” for all of the black holes in the universe. The gravity well singularity is a way that all “old” matter at its ultimate point of final entropy (end of its time) is recycled back into particles of dark energy throughout the universal “white hole” of deep space.
Black Holes Represent an Amazing Spectrum of the most Violent Extremes of the Universe and Are Points of Conjunction or Unification of All the Main Forces of Nature
What I see in black holes is a profoundly significant conjunction of all the main forces of the universe: such as gravity (centripetal), dark energy (expansive), magnetism, nuclear, centrifugal, and most significantly, quantum or zero point energy. In other words, a black hole could be a dynamic, matter creating, cosmic engine powered by the vast amounts of quantum or zero point energy naturally present throughout the universe. Black holes are generally single, extremely massive particles or “holes” of timeless quantum (five-dimensional) space (often of around hundreds of millions of solar masses) bordered by an event horizon and having a huge rate of spin, creating an ergosphere where it is theoretically possible for massive amounts of energy and matter to emerge from.
Here is a spectacular recent image of what a galaxy-forming massive black hole looks like. Note also the massive polar jets of synchrotron radiation shooting out in both directions characteristic of quasars. All the larger sized stars (more than five times solar mass) ultimately turn into black holes, yet black holes, when large enough, seem to become massive matter and energy processing engines that appear to form entire galaxies from nothing.