Black Hole in the Pupil

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You know how they say there’s a black hole in every galaxy? What if there’s a super tiny black hole in every creatures eyes?

January 8, 2012 at 10:50 pm
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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

Think of the physics of gravitational lensing.
http://www.lsst.org/files/img/xxnyt.jpg

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BirdFlyingHigh (152) (@birdflyinghigh) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

can you explain some more? How would a human body create that sort of physical phenomenon?

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

K well don’t think of it as “human only” it started a long time ago with these little cells in the water, and having this bruise that reacted to light more than the rest of the cell. Throughout its evolution the light sensitive cells became the retina and it got a lens and it duplicated. It grew a body and this body evolved to us. This lensing phenomenon is highly strange for it must obey laws of physics. For a human being to see, it must be able to lens all light into this one “black circle”. The retina reacts to three wavelengths (red green blue) and the brain allocates this tricode into the patterns (patterns we see in black and white) in the lens.

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Megan Wilson (5) (@poefan2490) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

I can’t see the diagram all that well, but it looks like it’s basically acting as a lens much like the one found in our eyes. Our eyes also have a completely blind, or black, spot in the middle of them that we don’t notice because our brain automatically fills this space with what it assumes the rest of the object looks like. I’m not sure I believe that this could be a “black hole”, but it is certainly a void in our ability to perceive the world.

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St Emilion (2,989) (@manimal) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

This is interesting. Very interesting. Care to expand?

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

Yes Tine.

I’m not sure how to expand, I just like to think of the world around me in terms of time and space. We are the motion, and we exist in space. Anyone ever play with K’nex as a kid?

This whole idea of “black holes” are points where there is no light. I propose that this is a fractal part of nature, and eyeballs are places where no light escapes.

A black hole, as far as we know can exist as the seeing eye of a more larger and complex (but simple) system.

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Dom (78) (@dominickjohn) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

This idea reminds me of nassim haramein’s work, he’s proving that within every single object contains a black hole. Atoms, the Sun, Earth, even us.

“http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v0hcpeTCS4”

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Duncan Idaho (4) (@didaho) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

here is an easy answer… Blackholes absorbs light – hence the name ‘black hole’ if there was a blackhole in your eye, it would not let any light pass through to your optic nerve and you would not be able to see anything.

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Duncan Idaho (4) (@didaho) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

oh and with gravitational lensing – this is happens over many millions of light years, our eyes are just a couple of centimetres wide.

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Duncan Idaho (4) (@didaho) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

I think the eye works on physics of “Converging Lense”. Google image it and you will see what I mean.

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BirdFlyingHigh (152) (@birdflyinghigh) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

It seems like the pulling and bending of the dark matter and cluster of galaxies is happening because of gravity, because of by-products of large amounts of mass.

Lenses within the eye seem to work with just the physical properties of the lens, which are three-dimensional. Wouldn’t the pulling and bending of the dark matter be higher-dimensional?

Really interesting! Post more of your thoughts on this!

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BirdFlyingHigh (152) (@birdflyinghigh) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

I do not know what I am talking about so please post more :)

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

@duncan Yes :) I believe the black hole is in the lens.

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

@bird What is dark matter? 0_0
There’s matter on the other side of light???

Edit: What is matter? I thought everything was made out of consciousness?

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Duncan Idaho (4) (@didaho) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

@joseph, sorry I thought you meant the blackhole is in the eyeball itself.

Think of it this way… if you get any normal piece of flat glass (without a blackhole), melt it, and shape it in to a disc with buldging centres, it will become a lens and bend all the light that touches in to a single point.

This is how modern cameras and refracting telescopes works

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BirdFlyingHigh (152) (@birdflyinghigh) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

Everything made out of consciousness? That’s really interesting! I know what you mean, I’ve just never heard it put like that!

Man, I don’t even know about dark matter. I just don’t understand it; it’s mindblowing physics stuff.

It is matter that neither emits nor scatters light or other electromagnetic radiation. It makes up something crazy like 83% of the matter in the universe. Therefore, 83% of the mass of the universe is mass that we cannot perceive. Most of it is in space.

Here’s a page explaining dark matter in 60 seconds: http://www.symmetrymagazine.org/cms/?pid=1000451

Super, super fascinating stuff.

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Anonymous (2) (@) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

Hay well it does kinda suck in light huh o.O

What if a black hole in space = a giant pupil?

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BirdFlyingHigh (152) (@birdflyinghigh) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

Apparently most of it ISN’T in space, it is all around us.

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

@duncan The black hole Is in the eyeball itself. I said about black holes that they are a “fractal part of nature” meaning that the pattern is repeated, in the eyeball as in the lens.

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:o the universe is looking at itself

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Duncan Idaho (4) (@didaho) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

@bird,

I think dark matter makes up most of the mass in the universe, not matter. We don’t know for sure that dark matter is actually matter.

Everything is made of consciousness? Does that mean the universe is dreamed by a God?

What is also fascinating is the ‘double slit experiment’ – where observing the experiment itself can alter the results. So consciousness actually does play a role in the world

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

@mike We are part of the universe.

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Joseph (114) (@warriors41) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

Consciousness? I thought everything was made of Language? :P

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Anonymous (2) (@) 5 years, 1 month ago ago

My mathematics teacher showed me this two years ago, double slit experiment with Doctor Quantum! Explains the string theory in simple terms

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My mathematics teacher showed me and a friend this two years ago, Doctor Quantum double slit experiment! String theory explained in simple terms.

– youtube.com/watch?v=DfPeprQ7oGc –

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