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The Singularity: What is IT?

Updated on April 12, 2015

The Singularity


What is Cosmos Singularity?

What is a Cosmos Singularity? A Point-of View – Not Necessarily My Own… A Theory

At the singularity, the gravitational tides diverge; no solid object can even theoretically survive hitting the singularity. Mathematically, a singularity is a condition when equations do not give a valid value, and can sometimes be avoided by using a different coordinate system.

Actually at the center of a black hole space-time has infinite curvature and matter is crushed to infinite density under the pull of infinite gravity. At a singularity, space and time cease to exist as we know them. The laws of physics as we know them break down at a singularity, so it's not really possible to envision something with infinite density and zero volume. Look deep within yourself and you will find the singularity. It reflects the light that you let in, and shines the brighter the more you look upon it. Some have called this inner flame the spark of life, some the ajna turned inward upon itself or the non-clinging lotus blossom floating on pure consciousness. To know it is to know thy self. To know it is to know God. It is only a single facet of our concentration, the

knowledge of that which we share with the universe, however, it is above and beyond all other radiant, calming, tranquil and ideal.

This entire universe is only one singularity. At the time of the big bang, the original singularity began to expand, forming our universe, which continues to expand to this day. The truth is that this singularity never expanded, and that we are nonetheless living inside of it right now. It is known that, in this universe, even the gravitational singularities inside black holes that are thought to contain baby

universes are still the smallest quantum units in the entire known universe. Each one is nonetheless admitted to probably be about the same age as our universe.

Therefore it is only these very small things that comprise the size of the universe, and therefore the size of the entire universe is very small, only the size itself of one singularity. This is not because its inside is small, because here we are. This only means that its outside surface area is only comprised of the gravitational singularities inside it that project outward into time as far as anything that exists. Therefore the difference between the inner area of three dimensional space, and the outer area of the fourth spatial dimension inside pure time is similar to an optical illusion, or even a play on words. Let me try to explain it this way: the further out in space you go, the less space there is around you. The less space there is around you, the smaller space itself becomes. Finally, when you are free in time, the whole of space itself is as foreign and difficult to comprehend a concept as time is inside the three dimensions of space. Here all you will find is a clear tachyonic light. The fundamental geometry of the singularity is that it has no surface.

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    • dallas93444 profile imageAUTHOR

      Dallas W Thompson 

      8 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      OpinionDuck, You are correct about the scope of the subject... An Enigma. I'll have to put my "beer goggles" on to think about your questions! An odd occurrence is the expansion is accelerating... Not supposed to happen if there was a "Big Bang." The universe expansion should be slowing down, collapse and bang again... The more we learn, the more questions...

    • OpinionDuck profile image


      8 years ago


      Singularity and the Big Bang,,,,, put them in a Crock Pot.

      Without any surfaces, you can't measure the size of a singularity.

      There are so many problems with the singularity and the Big Bang that it would take up more than a hub.

      It is a lot like the Bibles, a lot of statements but no real facts or even descriptions.

      What caused the singularity to start to bang?

      Is it a linear bang?

      Why is there a directional shape to the Big Bang rather than omni directional.

      just a few to start with....


    • dallas93444 profile imageAUTHOR

      Dallas W Thompson 

      8 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      DNA! Perhaps eugenics -- where parents are allowed to choose the DNA of their children -- to make them healthier, more intelligent, even better looking. What happens to the "rejects?"

    • Angelique Loux profile image

      Angelique Loux 

      8 years ago from Ohio

      Very well explained. We are all and everything in our universe is 1 singularity. What I want to know is what makes you, you and me, me? Great Hub.

    • dallas93444 profile imageAUTHOR

      Dallas W Thompson 

      8 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

      It is all relative in the sense of the true meaning of "relative." The dynamics are endless.. Thanks for your rating and stopping by! :-D

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      Katie McMurray 

      8 years ago from Westerville

      I am of the humble opinion that nothing has valid value and the connective energy source which is everything varies with each varing wave of contribution. love Love LOVE this! Rating it everything good and UP!


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