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    There is so much debate, I figured I'd make a few connections nobody else has.

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    How about you briefly summarise those connections for us here?


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    Nah... the paper does it so well. I wouldn't want to spoil it.

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    Semper,
    Clearly you feel your post is worth reading. We know that many (most; all) readers are unlikely to go to the bother of opening up the link without knowing more about it.

    You are, of course, free to leave things as they are. That strikes me as a peculiar attitude, since it definitely reduces the readership you will gain. I presume you have posted in the hope that people will read the document(s). It is, therefore, puzzling that you then adopt an approach that will minimise the number of potential readers.

    However, it remains your choice. Welcome to the forum.
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    My website has registered a number of hits, so I know that some people have at least visited the site. I find that if I just describe the concept here, people won't bother to read the paper. They will typically not understand the idea, and I'll have to keep explaining it over and over again to no avail. Posting a short concept description simply satisfies those with *extremely* short attention spans and zero brain power. Someone with slightly longer attention span and average intelligence will be able to manage the *whole 3 pages* of my paper. It's probably well within the abilities of a junior high school student to understand. It is not nearly as complicated as, say, a quantum physics paper, or somesuch thing. This is not hard-core math.

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    I understand, but you are missing the point of motivation. If I may put it bluntly (using colloquial Anglo Saxon, appropriately edited ), why the **** should I spend my time wading through three pages of someone elses cockamamie theory.

    Now, because I have been on the website I know you have an abstract. That is something, but the average punter, and even more so the above average, well educated, intelligent denizen of The Science Forum, is going to think sans abstract "Not another one!" and ignore the link, unless therei is some enticement.

    You aren't promoting the idea with vigour and imagination. The hits you are getting are not from the audience you would like to see. [Hell, at least four of the hits have been from me, while I try to figure out why I can load the documents in a couple of seconds directly via Acrobat Writer, but it takes me several minutes via my normal web browser.]

    It remains your choice, but I my opinion is you are definitely going about it in the wrong way. [And I can only keep up this banter for so long on the off chance a few more people will dip their toe in the water.]

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    I find that being too creative actually subtracts from the believabilty of the concept. Adding fiction to fact doesn't reinforce the fact. Notice for example that my website doesn't have any fancy graphics, except for a very simple (and very downloadable) computer simulation! Now if I can write a computer program (based on mathematics) that clearly shows the phenomenon, that might lend credence to the idea.

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    Huh? :?
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    I see, you want me to re-publish my paper on this message board, so people don't have to go to my website. Nah. That'll just give people something to comment on without reading my paper. Then I'll have to explain even more of the concept to correct their misunderstandings, which they wouldn't have it they would just read the @#$@ paper in the first place! So there.

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    Didn't Hawking and Penrose come to the conclusion that Black Holes shrink over time? Thus, they eventually disappear resulting in no singularity. It was landmark because it vaguely united General Relativity with Quantum Theory.
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    That's covered in my paper, especially how it relates to my cosmological hypothesis.
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    Ok, I'm very confused, I read your article and the only thing I got out of it was the idea of the infinite size black hole, which allows matter inside of it to coalesce into another unvierse inside the black hole. I don't this would be possible because if a star manages top form then it will only give off light in one direction. The rest of the stars light couldn't get any farther towards the event horizon because it woould be pulled towards the center. This means, if we do live in a black hole, and by some miracle we're always on the black hole side of our sun, so we actually get light, we couldn't see any light when we look towards the black hole because no light could move away from the back hole. If I totally misunderstood then oh well. Also, you said if a universe sized black hole wouldn't it eventually dwindle away by Stephen Hawking's leaky black hole theory?
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    SemperUbiSububi - just so it is obvious, I'm donning my moderator's hat here. Please summarise your hypothesis in a few lines or paragraphs.
    This is a matter of politeness to other forum users, so that may decide whether it is worth accessing your paper or not.

    I remain astounded that you (a) apparently wish others to read your hypothesis, else you would not have linked to it here, yet are (b) unwilling to provide the summary that common sense suggests and courtesy demands.

    Thank you for your cooperation, which is intended to promote discussion of your ideas.
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    I don't see the point. I've seen this situation so many times. Some people never pick up a book and only learn by talking to people. They go through life confused about everything, their understanding a mishmash of disconnected trivia. My paper is written clearly, so if some guy doesn't get it he never will. I take the lack of feedback to be a good thing. That means people understood and are reflecting. They have no questions, and there is no obvious way of expanding on it without serious time and effort and thought.
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    Um, Sub (I hope I can call you that), can you answer to my post please?
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