Time/ Space: from Hawking back to Einstein / Minkowski.

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  1. isocratus

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    Time/ Space: from Hawking back to Einstein / Minkowski.
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    a) Stephen Hawking, book: "The theory of everything. Fifth lecture."
    " . . . . the universe must have a beginning, and that this beginning
    must be described in terms of quantum theory."
    "When one goes back to the real time in which we live, however,
    there will still appear to be singularities. The poor astronaut who falls
    into a black hole . . . . could live in imaginary time, that he would
    encounter no singularities."
    "This might suggest that the so-called imaginary time is really the
    fundamental time,
    and that we call real time is something we create
    just in our minds. In real time, the universe has a beginning and
    an end at singularities that form a boundary to space-time and at which
    the laws of science break down. But in imaginary time, there are
    no singularities or boundaries. So maybe what we call imaginary time
    is really more basic,
    and what we call real time is just an idea that we
    invent to help us describe what we think the universe is like."
    / page 91/
    So.
    The real time in which we live has singularities.
    But imaginary time without singularities or boundaries " is really the
    fundamental time", " is really more basic. "


    b) Einstein /Minkowski.
    It was Einstein who first in 1905 introduced imaginary time in SRT.
    In 1908 Minkowski changed imaginary time into 4D and said:
    “ Henceforth, space by itself, and time by itself,
    are doomed to fade away into mere shadows,
    and only a kind of union of the two will
    preserve an independent reality.”
    So.
    " space by itself, and time by itself" the real space and time in which
    we live are "shadows" . . . . " and only a kind of union of the two
    ( on the basis of imaginary time) will preserve an independent reality.”
    ==..
    My solution.
    An imaginary time means a situation of absence of Time.
    The situation of absence time means Eternal condition.
    The Eternal condition belongs to Infinite zero vacuum: T=0K.
    The black hole is eternal zero vacuum (T=0K) continuum.
    The 4D is eternal zero vacuum (T=0K) continuum.
    Space by itself (gravity-space) and Time (gravity-time) by itself
    are secondary: made out from the eternal zero vacuum (T=0K)
    through singularity / vacuum fluctuation-transformation.
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    Best wishes.
    Israel Sadovnik Socratus
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    This imaginary time.... what is it like if we were to live in it? Knowledge of this changes how we act, react, interact how?
     
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    A black hole has temperature of only one ten-millionth
    of a degree above absolute zero. In 1973 the temperature
    of the cosmic microwave radiation was about 2,7 degrees
    above T=0K. If the universe is destined to go on expanding
    forever then the temperature will eventually decrease to less
    than that of black hole . . . to zero: T=0K.
    So.
    There are three basic similarities between black hole and zero vacuum:
    a) both have imaginary time
    b) both have the same temperature
    c) both can emit radiation in the form of "virtual particles"

    Therefore black hole is zero vacuum.
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