Hi I am new,
We are told by some that at the event horizon of a black hole gravity becomes infinite and time stops
OK Lets go to the moment of creation (Singularity/big bang),, where conditions should have been much more severe with infinite gravity and mass freezing time so to speak, which should have prevented the universe from forming (nothing can happen without the arrow of time moving from past to future)
But, somehow the very early universe did not obey one of the fundamental laws and expanded into the universe, over time we now exist it
luckily for us!!
Any ideas folks
I think the clue is in what you say "OK Lets go to the moment of creation". Never underestimate the intention of the Creator.
24th October 2011 - 11:05 PM
I dont know much about this stuff but it sounds like a trick question. My answer would be it banged so it moved outward I suppose.
24th October 2011 - 11:13 PM
One thing I noted you said "We are told by some that at the event horizon of a black hole gravity becomes infinite and time stops" but there is the possibility of all the black holes joining up into one, and then you might get closer to infinity so it is pretty near impossible to get near infinity, so time will not have stopped.
That is if it requires infinite Gravity to stop time dead.