Friday, January 19, 2007

An experiment to see if black holes are recursive

My theory that the Universe is pretty strange is widely shared by a lot of theologians... err... natural philosophers... err... physicists, but my particular crackpot notion about black holes has a testable lemma:

To wit, if black holes are recursive (that is, the inside of a black hole in our universe is exactly like the outside), then you have two immediate consequences:

1) heavy elements like gold, uranium, etc. are formed INSIDE the event horizon, and

2) heavy elements are evenly distributed throughout the universe, not just in the vicinity of supernovae.

We'll see.



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