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    My name is Everett Daniel Arey Jr., and I have a hypothesis I’d like to share with you. By you, I mean everyone who I can possibly reach. I intend to send this message out to a wide array of different forums and individuals. My hypothesis consists of a new idea regarding the relationship between space-time and matter. It first occurred to me several years ago, when I was watching a video documentary about black holes. I was considering the popular mystery of what happens to matter when it is drawn into the incredible gravitational conditions of a singularity. I was approaching this question in a very casual and simplistic way, so I thought of it like this: Gravity tends to crush things together. Things crushed together tend to condense. Gases condense into liquids. Liquids condense into solids. So what does matter condense into when its gravitational attraction grows to such phenomenal levels as it does in a black hole? Is there another state of matter beyond solid?

    Suddenly I recalled a piece of information I had once read in a book called “The Holographic Universe.” It mentioned a peculiar incident in which an expert mathematician had attempted to calculate how much energy was contained within the substance of space itself. Surprisingly, the mathematical equations resulted in a calculation predicting that there was more energy contained within a single cubic inch of empty space than there was in all the atomic matter of the entire Milky Way Galaxy. This was generally assumed at the time to be some kind of bizarre and extreme miscalculation, and was therefore ignored. However I found myself linking the results of this strange mathematical incident to my ponderings about possible alternative states of matter and almost instantly I was struck by a fascinating idea.

    Now bear with me for a moment. What if the substance of space-time is actually super-condensed matter? I considered this for a moment before running into the obvious question: If space-time were actually a phase of highly condensed matter, then how could less-condensed states of matter exist within it? In response to this, I found myself thinking about how water can move through certain kinds of rock and how forms of energy like heat and sound are regularly conducted through even solid materials. I then considered the possibility that all atomic matter in the universe might actually be in a process of being conducted through the intensely condensed substance of space-time.

    This concept was obviously a bit overwhelming at first because of how radically counterintuitive it seemed, but the more I thought about it, the more it seemed to make sense. I began to consider that the force of gravity might actually be some kind of counterbalancing interaction between dimensional materials and atomic matter, like water meeting resistance while passing through a mildly permeable rock, or electromagnetic energy causing structural changes to a form of metal while conducting through it. There are many other thoughts and ideas which have spun off in my head from this hypothesis about space-time and matter, but I won’t go into any more of that. I just figured it was about time I shared this main idea through some kind of widely distributed format. I’ve been keeping it to myself all this time because I’m not a professional physicist, and I just assumed for a long time that no one would listen to me. Nowadays I don’t care as much about such things, so I decided that I might as well try to make some kind of contribution to the world if at all possible. It may be that this hypothesis of mine doesn’t actually work and that I’ve only succeeded in wasting a lot of time, but I won’t deny that I hope someone out there with the technical skills to test my idea will take a genuine interest in it and that I’ll someday soon be informed that “Everett’s Hypothesis” has emerged through critical trials as “Everett’s Theory.”


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    Did you come across an article like this?

    Stephen Hawking:


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    My hypothesis consists of a new idea regarding the relationship between space-time and matter.
    The relationship between space-time and matter is given by :



    What if the substance of space-time is actually super-condensed matter?
    Space-time is not a substance.

    I just figured it was about time I shared this main idea through some kind of widely distributed format.
    This is a forum for amateurs and interested laypeople, and so is the majority of science forums on the Internet. If you want to reach an academic audience, you will need to submit a paper for peer review.
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    Oh thank God! I was afraid this was about Hugh Everett.

    You might be able to explain the anomolous energy calculation by claiming he was actually sampling the hyporthetical "many-worlds" which Hugh Everett the Third proposed back in 1957.
    (good uck with that)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer w/Straw View Post
    Did you come across an article like this?

    Stephen Hawking:
    The above is January 25. The proceeding is February 1.

    Why Hawking is Wrong About Black Holes

    Yet, I didn't see it till now.
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