"T-minus108" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message news:[Only registered users see links. ]...
Nothing in our known universe actually gets cold. It only has less energy. When you get to a black hole something really odd seems
to happen. All forms of energy avoid absolute zero in the absolute scale and jump into the black void that seems to be actually
absorbing all energy so the bigger the black hole the more negative the temp ??
Sort of like absolute zero temp is an unstable idea.
The pull of gravity seems to represent something interesting I never thought of before that seems related to literally everything in
It seems to be a lower ,possibly, Negative energy state which we do not come into everyday contact and is thus foreign to our
ability to completely understand. But I have always thought a real thing in physics exists for all those "imaginary" negative
numbers that only seem to go to ZERO in our reality. Absolute zero may simply be a teeter point which is in reality unobtainable
through which after passing everything seems COLD. I mean REALLY and Genuinely COLD and not just less heat.
Gravity is the lowest state of energy that everything seems to seek.
I can not be more clear because this is all I can imagine in the singularity of my own ID, EGO, and SUPEREGO about that wonderful
thing we call gravity.