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Posted By: alsetalokinBeauty. The awesomness of nature, the punyness of humanity.
Posted By: Andrew PalfreymanThere's something fundamentally cacked about thinking that time is just another dimension. It's not like we can travel forwards and backwards in it and return to where we started, like in any other respectable spatial dimension. It's a dimensional imposter!
Posted By: Andrew PalfreymanWhat if, say, we construct a collapse into a black hole nested inside another one. Then when we cross the second, inner event horizon, does time go back to being boring and space likewise?
Posted By: pcstruEven if you found two distinct singularities beyond that horizon,which I'm sure is possible, temporarily, as two black holes merge. Weird thought.
Posted By: Andrew PalfreymanThe details of the collision would appear frozen on the shared event horizon. And so it would look like a crash in slow motion, except that it would be so slow that the collision would last forever, for all intents and purposes.but what about conservation of momentum, where does that go? I should be able to answer the question myself, but would take a while.