Tiny time on my mind..

Let’s start with the basics:

The thing that really got my attention initially was the fact that:

I *do not* understand how the tiny formula works or how it was
derived..

Why not ? Or ? (Do these other formulas give us anything interesting? 🤷♀️)

Regardless..

The 1d up/down-ness inside the black hole really got me thinking.

At first I had the idea that if we took that parallel universe out of there & wrapped our universe around to the otherside, we’d have a nice cylinder (& some nice possible photon interaction from the photons coming from the “parallel antihorizon” & “antihorizon” lines). Maybe connect the white & black hole so we have a nice torus. 🤷♀️

After thinking about it for a bit, I thought of a slightly different model.

*What if* the point at the bottom is the white hole, the point
at the top is the black hole & the rest is our universe? In the
diagram, the white hole *big bang* is a singular point (0d), as
is the black hole. All light emitted from the white hole would
eventually reach the black hole (& in an instant according to the
photons that make the full trip).

Based on my primitive understanding, I think if viewed from a time reversed frame of reference, the black hole would become the white hole & vice versa.

Yet I digress..

In the video, he mentions that there is acceleration (of time!) with movement. The tiny function doesn’t produce linear growth. Interesting.

Also, because wordplay is amazing, I find it very interesting that we
could view
as the *event horizon* (of numbers). As in once u
pass the event horizon.. it’s *over*.

There is also the *inner* event horizon (of games?) & on
the opposite end of the tiny spectrum we have
.

What is beyond the inner event horizon? Pure speculation: a simple
point. That is to say, a 0 dimensional object. In 0d, there is no time
or space (at least in the classical sense). It gets even weirder in
d. Perhaps a rather *pointless* (&
*seemingly* paradoxical) dimension..

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