Its a day off, and I have eaten too much
Time is a funny thing, it flows at different rates dependent on gravity this is a FACT.
Gravity may be dependent on entanglement, which is dependent on space with n? dimensions. https://medium.com/t...nt-d5d3dc850933
Time is(most likely (maybe (a little bit))) emergent from space time and is a quantum effect, as is gravity.
If one was to take the smallest conceivable packet of energy connected to a 5th dimension EPR bridge and observe the effects, then take a large number of similar particles that make up several solar masses connected to a 5th dimension via a ER bridge. This connection might appear as a single wormhole, rather than large numbers of individual wormholes. Looking at a black hole, with an event horizon, is the event horizon any different to a particle with quarks and anti quarks spinning around it falling in towards a worm hole. Is the strong nuclear force different to what would be seen at a singularity of black hole.
You need to produce the math behind your equations, for folk to read, understand then discuss, otherwise you are hoping for belief without evidence. If you post a few a few links to where the equations are derived from might be useful.
I now might drink too much
Here for starters is the effects and physics I've incorporated. I will work on the derivations for readers now. I kinda worked it out in my mind instead of on paper.
3/5kqq/r was something I borrowed from the assembly of a charge with continuous field density from infinity. It relates to the continuous energy of the vacuum. They quoted it on the classic electron charge radius in wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia...electron_radius
Hawking radiation, you can read where the time is basically t=mc^2/3P, where t is the time of evaporation, m is the total mass of the black hole, P is the power of Hawking radiation: https://en.wikipedia...wking_radiation
The Unruh effect is here and appears that it might be interpreted as to relate to acceleration of waves to or from the speed of light with 2 pi c: https://en.wikipedia...ki/Unruh_effect
N-spheres again are located here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N-sphere
Particle entropy is discussed on this page and relates the kT ln(2). I read on another page, can't remember the topic in wikipedia at the moment, that particles use kT ln(2), it was stating that 1 bit was the loss. And on Hawking radiation page the Unruh effect is used to equate directly to kT for the Stephan Boltzmann law. But the following page also discusses it: https://en.wikipedia...ormation_theory
As far as proving the equations relate to reality. I think that's why it's a theory and not fact until experimentally proven. But I can derive more on my paper for a better idea of why I'm suggesting the theory.
Let me ask you a question. If the earth had a spherical hole in it's center, and you were standing in that hole, do you think you would be compressed into a point at the center or pulled outward towards the surrounding mass? The metric solutions that describe Einsteins field equations go with the first idea of being compressed towards the center of mass, instead of being pulled apart towards the surrounding mass. Einsteins addition of the cosmological constant clearly indicates that he originally considered the latter and not in the metric solutions they came up with for his field equations. He called the cosmological constant his biggest mistake and now their saying it's correct if used as a negative value instead of positive. Einsteins constant suggested, just as a persons mass would be pulled apart in all directions outward, so does the galaxies in the universe expand. This concept defies the wormhole ideas and the metric ideas currently in acceptance.
Another interesting fact is that if you summed all the charge that is positive and negative that makes up the protons, neutrons and electrons in the planet earth and then used the equation E=mc^2=Kq1q2/r where r is the radius of the earth, then you will find that the electromagnetic mass of the planet earth forms a black hole. It is a massive amount of mass. But of course we find a small time dilation and acceleration. This indicates that possibly the charge is void when bound to another charge, like the electron to proton appears to reduce from the mass of the hydrogen atom.
Edited by devin553344, 26 December 2018 - 06:58 AM.