Naked Singularity: The Heart Science of Infinite Conciousness

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iUniverse, Sep 29, 2011 - Science - 148 pages

In general relativity, a naked singularity is a gravitational singularity, without an event horizon. In a black hole, there is a region around the singularity, the event horizon, where the gravitational force of the singularity is strong enough so that light cannot escape. Hence, the singularity cannot be directly observed. A naked singularity, by contrast, is observable from the outside.

The theoretical existence of naked singularities is important because their existence would mean that it would be possible to observe the collapse of an object to infinite density. It would also cause foundational problems for general relativity, because in the presence of a naked singularity, general relativity cannot make predictions about the future evolution of spacetime.

Some research has suggested that if loop quantum gravity is correct, then naked singularities could exist in nature, implying that the cosmic censorship hypothesis does not hold. Numerical calculations and some other arguments have also hinted at this possibility.

To this date, no naked singularities (and no event horizons) have been observed.

 

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Contents

Naked Singularity
2
Basio Diem
5
Cosmogenic Kiss
17
Dreamtime Awakening
22
New Theory of Relativity
29
Words Become Worlds
34
Love Song for the Bees
42
Music is the Soul of Existence
48
Entheogenesis
93
The Voice of Nature
99
The Butterfly Effect
104
Great River of Change
110
Bottled Aurora Borealis
113
The Beauty Way
119
Loves Laboratory
124
The Long Term Benefits of Kissing
129

Physiochemical Synchronistic Groovemove Kung fu
54
Zero Point Energy Field
60
Kaleidoscopic Time
66
Liquid Consciousness
72
Planet Ocean
78
Transluminal Flux
86
Resources
132
Conscious DreamRecall Technique
134
Lovevolution
138
DreamingBear
139
Periodic Table of Elements
141
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