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Posted By: oak.There's a (black) hole in your theory, dear Liza, dear Liza.
A Black Hole Mystery Wrapped in a Firewall Paradox
"A paradox around matter leaking from black holes puts into question various scientific axioms: Either information can be lost; Einstein’s principle of equivalence is wrong; or quantum field theory needs fixing."
Article:
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/13/science/space/a-black-hole-mystery-wrapped-in-a-firewall-paradox.html
Graphic summary:
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2013/08/13/science/0813-sci-blackhole.html
Posted By: Andrew PalfreymanThe end points can be utterly coincident in the higher dimension. Not even one Planck length apart. That's the freedom that higher dimensions give.
Posted By: Andrew PalfreymanJust like two different values of x may have the same value of y, in a 2D example.
Posted By: alsetalokinPosted By: Andrew PalfreymanJust like two different values of x may have the same value of y, in a 2D example.
That's a good example, and it also illustrates that you can't get from one (x,y) ordered pair to the next without travelling along the function being graphed, even though your 3-d godlike vantage point sees them both simultaneously.
Posted By: alsetalokinYou could try crossing your eyes.
That sometimes works with those "random noise" images that pop into 3-D relief if you stare long enough.