Newtons Third Law - You gotta leave something behind.
At every moment of the day or night we take in the available light that we see in the form of plants, objects, life and other humans. The memories made of what we see then translates into dreams. If you are able to learn to activate your dreams while you sleep you can recall anytime of the day that you want to while you sleep.
Most dreams however are randomly created events that the brain creates in the subconscious that are based on the thoughts that you have during the day.
For example you might be thinking about a pretty girl during the day and being on the beach to pass the day at work. Later when you dream your subconscious recreates the thoughts that you had during the day that were only based on word cues but did not actually form a day dream.
Every dream that you remember and don’t remember is recorded and stored in your brain for use at another time.
But why dream? Why does the human brain and any other brain that goes through active REM actually need to dream?
Dreaming is a series of events that are stored in the brain that are sometimes random and sometimes reoccurring. Dreams are series of patterns that help us rearrange our environment to understand the dream better and figure out its meaning.
Dreams have to be linked to life exerting a force across space time. Dreams excite sections of the brain that causes electrical impulses to recreate the dream that we are able to remember. In the Miller-Ulrey experiment it wasn’t until an electrical current was placed in the flask did amino acids form.
Without an electrical current being present in the brain then thought doesn’t take place because the gas atoms are not excited and do not expand into the amino acids necessary for the dream to take place. Without the amino acids then advanced thought processes would not exist.
The Big Bang would not need to expand gas atoms in order to create amino acids. Need is a life value. Atoms don’t need anything. Life always needs something.
If I was a group of cells able to perceive the space around me but was unable to see the Universe before me…what would I need in order to achieve the need to see the Universe. I would need light. But how can I see the light in my Primordial perceptive state? I would have to know that an electrical current across two points would cause the beginning process of mass being added to mass less particles.
Dreams are an electrical current contained inside of the human brain where the electrical currents only create dreams. Electricity that is needed to access the storage part of the brain and in some cases the dream is remembered as if it were real. As if we were in another dimension.
But…when wiring is attached to regions of the brain where the electrical impulses are greatest and are collected into a single spark in a small area, that spark from our brain when inserted into the flask of gas atoms will generate the necessary electrical current for reactions to take place that then creates amino acids. The beginning process of life created from inside the brain where the memory of life being created passes through into the void to excite gas atoms that then become amino acids or the basis of all life.
Just like the Miller-Urley experiment if the act of placing an electrical current into Primordial Space had not taken place then the matter that was present in Primordial Space would never have expanded, it would never have known how to expand without the spark of life needing the gas atoms to expand into amino acids that eventually created human life.
A black hole consumes all light just like the human eye does but humans are only able to see visible light while other life is able to see in the different spectrum’s of light that we are not able to. Could it be that the Big Bang was created by the amino acids of life that passed through a black hole? At some point could amino acids learned how to live inside of the black hole and used what ever it found inside of the black hole, which is trillions of solar masses of information about atoms and elements that life then re-arranged into creating the Big Bang that allowed life to begin or survive?
One thing that can never be destroyed by a black hole is memory because like the human eye that takes in only visible light a black hole takes in all light meaning that a black hole could be the vision types of every animal or species of life in the Universe. Each species could have developed its ability to react to the light based on the energy found inside of the black hole. Amino acids could have interacted with one wavelength of light that excited the amino acids into being able to see in that type of light wavelength while being blinded by other wavelengths or not seeing very well but still better than humans.
Life is able to survive in many hospitable environments. Why wouldn’t the fragments of a dream contained within amino acids be able to exist inside of a black hole?
A dream has no mass at all. If amino acids were to pass into a black hole that contained electrical currents then the black hole itself might become sentient based on the dreams passing through the black hole that would not experience any degradation because the black hole cannot effect anything that doesn’t have mass.
A black hole could be similar to the Miller-Ulrey experiment. The void of the black hole could contain trillions of solar masses of information. But without the spark of the electrical current the information contained within the black hole simply remains inert.
“It doesn’t matter if it’s gas that’s falling onto it, If it’s another star that gets ripped apart and falls onto it, if its a planet that got ripped apart and fell onto it—whatever goes in adds to the mass of the back hole. That accretion process, eating little bits of stuff over a long period of time, that’s one way that black holes grow over the history of the Universe.” Bentz says.
Humans grow in the exact same manner. The more food that is consumed the larger the mass of the human becomes. When the human body intakes more food than it can use the energy is stored as fat cells for later re-arrangement into usable energy.
The black hole stores its energy for later re-arrangement. When a black hole is thought to die it might not be dying at all. What might have taken place when the black hole dies is that amino acids with memories which are electrical currents that are arranged in a certain frequency or energy pattern encounters the information inside of the black hole, life then re-arranges the information to create a Big Bang event elsewhere in another dimension. The black hole fades into space time because the dream has been able to force an exertion across space that pulls the black hole and its information along with it to create a new Universe.