Poem about Time and Matter, the Universe(s), Worm Holes, Black Holes and White Holes and Supernovas, the Sun, the Milky Way, and Creation!
Date: 4/15/2008 3:04:28 PM ( 13 y ) ... viewed 2495 times
What is "soon" to the Universes of Creation
where Time does not exist?
"Soon" can be a millisecond, a year,
"Soon" can be a decade, a centennial,
"Soon" can be the coming of the next Ice Age,
or the dwarving of our sun-star
and the end of the world as we know it.
"Soon" can be the time elapsed
between the moment of our Universe's "Big Bang"
and the collapse of said Universe
into a point of super-condensed matter.
"Soon" can be the sucking of our Milky Way galaxy
into its own central Black Hole,
only to emerge on the Other Side of the Worm Hole
as a White Hole of Creation,
a new Galaxy-Universe to be born.
What is "soon" to the Universes of Creation,
where Time does not exist?
The Nature of "Time"-- Spirit says "Time" is a Human Illusion: All the events of our lives are happening all at once, past, present, and future!
"...climate change could produce for the northern hemisphere - a sudden shift into a new ice age... if enough cold, fresh water coming from the melting polar ice caps and the melting glaciers of Greenland flows into the northern Atlantic, it will shut down the Gulf Stream, which keeps Europe and northeastern North America warm. The worst-case scenario would be a full-blown return of the last ice age - in a period as short as 2 to 3 years from its onset - and the mid-case scenario would be a period like the 'little ice age' of a few centuries ago that disrupted worldwide weather patterns..."
"Supernovae are simply stars which explode...A star spends most of its life converting its Hydrogen to Helium - we think our sun... (has) about another 5.5 billion years left before the sun goes into its next stage, burning Helium to Carbon. In this stage our Sun will swell up hundreds of times its current size, swallowing the Earth, and glowing hundreds of times brighter than it is now. We call this phase of a star its red giant phase. The sun eventually runs out of Helium to burn...Its core collapses into a very dense star known as a white dwarf, and its outer layers are released to form a planetary nebula (one of the most spectacular sights in the sky). The planetary nebula soon disperses, and the white dwarf is left to cool for eternity, fading into oblivion."
"...the universe will stop expanding and collapse in the relatively near future... in a 'mere' 10 to 20 billion years."
... "Everything we see now, and at a much larger distance that we cannot see, will collapse into a point smaller than a proton."
"Scientists announced today some of the most compelling evidence to date for the existence of a colossal black hole at the center of the Milky Way Galaxy...Experts were already fairly sure that the black hole resided at the center of our galaxy, packing the mass of 2.6 million Suns into an area smaller than our solar system."
"White holes are similar to black holes except white holes are ejecting matter verses black holes are absorbing matter...The black holes in the center of galaxies are composed of condensed matter and antimatter. The black holes have the mass of a billions of suns. The Einstein-Rosen Bridge (worm hole) keeps the matter and antimatter black holes separated. The oscillations between the black holes at opposite ends of the wormhole force the black holes to become white holes that eject matter and antimatter in opposite directions forming the spiral arms of stars within the galactic disk."
"...what we call the universe is just a minute fraction of a much larger cosmos...The universe actually looks, not like a bubble, but like a bubble producing new bubbles...We live in a tiny part of one bubble, and we look around and say, 'This is our universe'...Our part of the universe may die, but the universe as a whole, in a sense, is immortal – it just changes its properties."
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