Blackhole Singularity Describes Brahman Of Hinduism


Hinduism speaks of The Brahman, as different from Brahma the Creator,as the Ultimate Reality.

It is described as Being, Consciousness and Bliss, Sat, Chit and Ananda.

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A gravitational singularity is hidden within a black hole (Source: Northern Arizona University:

Black hole Singularity.

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It is beyond Space and Time,

Is a Principle,

It devolves into Multi Universes,

It is beyond Events and is Uncaused,

It is among the Events and ye beyond them,

It can not be seen or perceived by the senses or the Mind,

It is Hidden from Space and Time,

It is, however seen and perceived as objects of te senses and the perceiver while in its form as the Universe,

These events are Illusory and at the same time are Real,the latter when it is a part of the Reality as Brahman and in the case of the former it is seen as different from the Reality,

That is the world of Names and Forms are illusory at the Realized  Plane, that is from the view-point of Brahman , yet they are Real in the world when they ae in the Time Space bound world of ours.

The Brahman is One, Not Two(Advaita) a Singularity which one can not comprehend.

Time is Non Linear.

It is Cyclic.

It recoils on itself.

There is no beginning or end for Time.

Space is another entity which can be transcended by Time and vice versa.

One can engage in interstellar Travel and on return to earth would find the Earth years different.

When Rama’s ancestor Mandhata went to meet Brahma for 20 minutes(One Nazhigai) and returned he found the Time on Eart as changed.(Visnu Purana)

Time can be stilled.( Pleased read my post)

Space and Time are the impediments to Realization of Brahman.

Non Sense?

Now let us see what Modern Physics says of this concept.

Time runs backwards,

It recoils.

Ina Blackole, all events appaer to be at a Standstill, toug it is not.

There is a Singularity ina Blackhole which one can not perceive.

In the centre of a black hole is a gravitational singularity, a one-dimensional point which contains infinite mass in an infinitely small space, where gravity become infinite and space-time curves infinitely, and where the laws of physics as we know them cease to operate. As the eminent American physicist Kip Thorne describes it, it is “the point where all laws of physics break down”.

Current theory suggests that, as an object falls into a black hole and approaches the singularity at the centre, it will become stretched out or “spaghettified” due to the increasing differential in gravitational attraction on different parts of it, before presumably losing dimensionality completely and disappearing irrevocably into thesingularity. An observer watching from a safe distance outside, though, would have a different view of the event. According torelativity theory, they would see the object moving slower and slower as it approaches the black holeuntil it comes to a complete halt at the event horizon, never actually falling into the black hole.

The existence of a singularity is often taken as proof that the theory of general relativity has broken down, which is perhaps not unexpected as it occurs in conditions where quantum effects should become important. It is conceivable that some future combined theory of quantum gravity (such as current research into superstrings) may be able to describe black holeswithout the need for singularities, but such a theory is still many years away.

According to the “cosmic censorship” hypothesis, a black hole‘s singularity remains hidden behind its event horizon, in that it is always surrounded by an area which does not allowlight to escape, and therefore cannot be directly observed. The only exception the hypothesis allows (known as a “naked”singularity) is the initial Big Bang itself.

It seems likely, then, that, by its very nature, we will never be able to fully describe or even understand the singularity at the centre of a black hole. Although an observer can send signals into a black hole, nothing inside the black hole can ever communicate with anything outside it, so its secrets would seem to be safe forever’

Citation.

http://www.physicsoftheuniverse.com/topics_blackholes_singularities.html

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