2024 Sep 09

[First] The Case for Reduced Space in Mass Fields

The clearest, unambiguous evidence for reduced space in a mass field is the fact that the Sun's interior rotates 4 times faster than its exterior even though time runs slower at its interior.

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The analogy is to an ice skater's spin rate increasing as they decrease their radius on near frictionless ice.

The Sun's interior has less space & therefore shorter radii than measured from external expectations.

Because of time dilation the interior should rotate slower per the external viewer if it were Euclidean normal space,

but instead is rotating 4 times faster per the external viewer.

While at this point the contracted space of a mass field has not been measured,

i feel pretty confident guessing it is exactly contracted to compensate for time dilation's slowing of light's/EM 's transit through a mass field.

That guess would make the external geometric progress of a photon exactly the same with or without a mass field.

The only difference for a photon in question is that exiting a mass field it is a 'younger' [made less phase oscillations & traveled a shorter/shrunken distance] than it would have without the mass field.

An additional argument for reduced space in a mass field is there is no traffic jam of matter around black holes, caught in the molassas of time dilation as it would be if it were Euclidean normal space.

Even with tremendous time slowing around a black hole matter does get to the event horizon in reasonable time because there is proportionally less space there.

As I've recently argued the gravity effect, while a result of non-Euclidean space-time, is a mechanistic & distinctly different thing from the non-Euclidean geometry of space-time itself.

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The Schwarzschild Radius is the radius at which light cannot escape a black hole's mass field.

Per my explanation of gravity that means light's/EM's arrest must be a function of the geometry of space-time alone.

Light/EM is not subject to the gravitational effect. It has no extent of resting mass to be influenced by the mechanics of the gravity effect.

If one thinks about light/EM all it needs is space and time to travel.

If the/a Schwarzschild non-zero radius had a positive curve light's/EM's straight line vector would have to escape it.

The only thing light/EM cannot escape is when there is no space and no time.

If one calculates the distance to a Schwarzschild radius that IS the distance to the event horizon,

but due to completely contracted space that arrives at an actual geometric point with zero physical extent.

That is the non-Euclidean geometric shape of space-time proximate to a black hole.

No time passage, no extent of space.

A radius of zero.

A singularity.

I do worry i may be 'putting my foot in it' with that 7+ light year diameter quasar.

### Brightest quasar ever seen is powered by black hole that eats a 'sun a day'

The quasar, as bright as 500 trillion suns, has evaded astronomers for over 40 years because of its incredible luminosity.

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In that case especially and if my proposition is correct space must be mind bendingly puckered up [shrunken, contracted] around that quasar.

If my proposition is correct the question is

where does the matter that crosses the event horizon go?

My speculation is that the singularity transitions ('bottlenecks') into inverted space with possibly inverted time.