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Berman, B. (2017). The universe is not an expanding sphere. PHILICA.COM Observation number 207.

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The universe is not an expanding sphere

Brad G. Bermanunconfirmed user (Oregon State University)

Published in astro.philica.com

Observation
While setting aside the red shift and Hubble’s law for a few moments, consider this absurd idea: Black holes are actually a distribution of the “outer edges” of the universe. So, instead of expanding outwards, the universe is actually “expanding down into itself”. Thus, wherever there is a galaxy, its center is being sucked down into one of the countless “outer edges” of the universe, so that the sum total surface area of all the countless number of black holes of the universe is therefore equal to what the surface area of the “outside” of the conventional “spherical” universe is now being calculated to be.

And because Time, as well as Mass and Energy, is being pulled into these immense vacuum cleaners, then it must be that, once inside of a black hole, Time turns right around and spherically expands back out of every possible singularity in the universe, thereby re-confirming all the consumed spacetime. This is the only way the fourth dimension can recycle our 3-dimensional world while keeping it in balance, and it is also why our universe is continuously “expanding” down into itself. Time has no “outside”, therefore the universe has no “outside”. This phenomena of black holes is actually the process of the fourth dimension expressing itself.

As for the red shift:
If you look far enough out into the universe, then the number of black holes that you will eventually come across will completely black out the entire background of the sky. They will also cause what little light that you can see coming from way out there to be red-shifted.

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Berman, B. (2017). The universe is not an expanding sphere. PHILICA.COM Observation number 207.


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