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June 22nd, 2014, 09:33 AM   #1
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Universe is gaining mass=energy while expanding?!

Actual mass of the Universe approximation:

Schwarzschild Solution:

M_u= T_u *C³/G = 8,70 * 10^52 kg

Kerr Solution:

M_u = T_U* C³/2G = 1,74 * 10^53 kg

C = Speed of Light

G = Gravitational Constant

T_U:= Age Universe 13,7 billion years in seconds

Out of this follows that our Universe is gaining mass while ageing and expanding or the natural constants C³/G or C³/2G are variable!


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That equation obviously gives that result. Whether it's an equation that makes any sense or not, I couldn't say.

If you are talking about experimental results, I'd look at more than two results and consider the confidence ranges involved.
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Proof that we exist in a Black Hole?!

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That equation obviously gives that result. Whether it's an equation that makes any sense or not, I couldn't say.

If you are talking about experimental results, I'd look at more than two results and consider the confidence ranges involved.
Thanks for checking the math!

Whould you agree that this is an mathematical proof based on the Schwarzschild and Kerr solution of Einstein Equations that we are living in a Black=White hole?

The aproximation is relativ equal to others:

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http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/0810/0810.1629.pdf

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...,d.d2k&cad=rja

http://arxiv.org/pdf/1004.1035v1.pdf

Observable universe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Thus, volume (4/3 π r3) equals 3.58×10^80 m3 and mass of ordinary matter equals density (4.08×10^−28 kg/m3) times volume (3.58×10^80 m3) or 1.46×10^53 kg.

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...,d.d2k&cad=rja

http://vixra.org/pdf/1103.0096v2.pdf
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T_U the age of the Universe could be approximate := 1/H_o where H_0 is the Hubble constant

So we have : M_u = C^3/G*H_0 (Schwarzschild) or M_u M_u = C^3/2G*H_0 (Kerr)

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June 23rd, 2014, 12:47 AM   #4
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We are living in a Black Hole Multiverse!

http://xxx.lanl.gov/pdf/astro-ph/0606448v2.pdf

Concerning the instantaneous mass and the extent of an expanding
universe

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So I proofed Nikodem Poplawskis Thesis correct :

Every Black Hole Contains a New Universe


Website of Dr. Nikodem Poplawski

Every Black Hole Contains a New Universe | Inside Science

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black-hole_cosmology

http://www.sciencepubco.com/index.ph...view/2765/1192

Our Black Hole = Universe is sucking mass so it expands in time

Out of this follows that we are living in a Black Hole Multiverse (BHM)

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Thanks for checking the math!

Whould you agree that this is an mathematical proof based on the Schwarzschild and Kerr solution of Einstein Equations that we are living in a Black=White hole?
No. The only thing the above says is that two different authors calculate two different values for the mass of the Universe, which are only different by a factor of 2 (this is small for astrophysical standards!). I imagine lots of authors have tried to calculate the mass of the universe and they probably get to within some ballpark figure.

That guy's work looks interesting though, I'll give it a read
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Actual mass of the Universe approximation:

Schwarzschild Solution:

M_u= T_u *C³/2G = 8,70 * 10^52 kg

Kerr Solution:

M_u = T_U* C³/G = 1,74 * 10^53 kg

C = Speed of Light

G = Gravitational Constant

T_U:= Age Universe 13,7 billion years in seconds

Out of this follows that our Universe is gaining mass while ageing and expanding or the natural constants C³/G or C³/2G are variable!

Living in a Black Hole

http://arxiv.org/pdf/1312.0340.pdf

Living in a Low Density Black Hole, Non-Expanding Universe – Perhaps
a Reflecting Universe
Bernard McBryan
December 3, 2013

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I expect you're misinterpreting the meaning of an event horizon in your formulas.
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I expect you're misinterpreting the meaning of an event horizon in your formulas.
Why?

Event Horizons r:=

r_K BH with maximum rotating Speed C = GM/C^2

r_S BH = 2GM/C^2

So with r= T_u*C you can calculate M_u as done.
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