"And to this day, [those] who...know the self as I am Brahman [IS-ness], become all this universe. Even the gods [any other dimensional beings] cannot prevent his becoming this, for he has become their Self. ...if a man worships another deity thinking: He is one and I am another, he does not know. He [who does not know] is like a sacrificial animal to the gods. As many animals serve a man, so does each man serve the gods. Even if one animal is taken away, it causes anguish to the owner; how much more so when many are taken away! Therefore it is not pleasing to the gods that men should know this [that they are IS-ness]."
Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, I.iv.10

Friday, October 2, 2009

Advanced extraterrestrial UFOs cross the event horizon and reach the singularity, or center of the black hole, all within a finite amount of time

Type IV advanced extraterrestrial UFOs use massive black holes at the centers of the galaxies to navigate in an out of our universe made of matter.

UFOs use artificial wormholes and change their characteristics at the entry and exit. They create controlled Blackhole at the entry and a controlled Whitehole at the exit. The UFOs first accelerate to the center of the tunnel using gravity of the Blackhole characteristics and then use the controlled exotic matter phenomenon to get out of the tunnel through the Whitehole. Artificial wormholes simulating Blackholes are needed for space travel and time travel within the physical universe. That is exactly what the alien civilizations use to travel instantaneously through time and space.

The effects of a black hole's gravity as described by the Theory of Relativity cause a number of peculiar effects. An object approaching simple Schwarzschild-type (non-rotating) black hole's center will appear to distant observers as having an increasingly slow descent as the object approaches the event horizon. This is because a photon takes an increasingly long time to escape from the pull of the black hole to allow the distant observer to gain information on the object's fate. From the object's frame of reference, it will cross the event horizon and reach the singularity, or center of the black hole, all within a finite amount of time. Once the object crosses over the event horizon, light will no longer escape the black hole, and the object can no longer be observed outside of the black hole. As the object continues to approach the singularity, it will elongate, and the parts closest to the singularity will begin to red shift, until they finally become invisible. Nearing the singularity, the gradient of the gravitational field from head to foot will become considerable, will stretch and tear because of tidal forces: the parts closest to the singularity feel disproportionately stronger gravitational force than those parts farther away.

India Daily Technology Team

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