The Universe strings – is the following answering what they are? — Black holes draining the spacetime – does it sound that crazy? Maybe not if considering the following. If a hole, a Black Hole (BH), is created in the spacetime, absorbing matter and growing, it must stretch and pull the spacetime, as a rubber film, into the infinite depth of its singularity, meaning that the spacetime should actually flow, following the acquired regular matter, into the BH. The more matter acquired the more massive and fatter the BH. And more spacetime pulled in. Amazing, how far your mind can take you while observing just a water drain vortex in a water-park pond!

Waves and strings. It started from a surprising and exciting observation – tidal waves were appearing not smooth but consisting of bundles of strings. Which induced my deep interest to this phenomenon driving me and finally providing an intriguing clue into the fundamentals of strings and associated cosmological phenomena. The strings appeared structuring the tidal waves practically always. […]

via The Universe strings – is the following answering what they are? — Black holes draining the spacetime – does it sound that crazy? Maybe not if considering the following. If a hole, a Black Hole (BH), is created in the spacetime, absorbing matter and growing, it must stretch and pull the spacetime, as a rubber film, into the infinite depth of its singularity, meaning that the spacetime should actually flow, following the acquired regular matter, into the BH. The more matter acquired the more massive and fatter the BH. And more spacetime pulled in. Amazing, how far your mind can take you while observing just a water drain vortex in a water-park pond!

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