Beyond space-time: Welcome to phase space
"According to Smolin, relative locality saves the day. Let's say you were patient enough to wait around while a black hole evaporated, a process that could take billions of years. Once it had vanished, you could ask what happened to, say, an elephant that once succumbed to its gravitational grip. But as you look back to the time at which you thought the elephant had fallen in, you would find that locations in space-time had grown so fuzzy and uncertain that there would be no way to tell whether the elephant actually fell into the black hole or narrowly missed it. The information-loss paradox dissolves."
.. as you look back to the time .. you thought the elephant had fallen in .. you would find that locations in space-time had grown so fuzzy and uncertain .. that there would be no way to tell whether the elephant actually fell into the black hole or narrowly missed it ..
.. grown fuzzy and uncertain .. superposition .. quantum mechanical approach .. what has effected its collapse it is no more .. the observation act .. the observer .. the observed event .. 'diluted' into a superposition .. and as such it requires another act .. observing act .. to reveal its outcome .. fallen-in or near miss ..
..what if .. it is caught-on-tape .. or .. on a smartphone .. the observation act remains .. unshakeable witness ..
.. conclusions defy perceptions .. perceptions are built ..out of held ..conceptions
.. what we have conceived determines what we will perceive .. the concepts fathomed will give the flavour .. the taste of our perceptions
paradoxes, nothing more than a tool to (-----) our perceptions .. to (------) what? .. undermine .. poke .. re-trace them .. re-direct them .. adjust ..re-adjust ..
.. the riding, galloping upon a disbelief of our very own perceptions .. what is perceived .. is doubted http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif
Researchers may have solved information loss paradox to find black holes do not form
"The masses on the edge of the incipient black hole continue to appear into infinity that they are collapsing but never fall over inside what is known as the event horizon, the region from which there is no return, according to the researchers."
.. black holes fractal ..
Quantum Zeno Effect and the Burning Bush
"A fractal used to explain the paradoxes of Zeno of Elea — a movement can become impossible if its distance is recurrently divided into smaller pieces. The girl is assumed to walk three times as fast as the turtle, but whenever she turns a corner the turtle will, too. Even though she is faster, she will not see the turtle within a finite number of turns."