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Time- noun A form of radiation released when atomic motion is present, thus it passes through all nearby matter, causing it to age. This process may be stopped by achieving a temperature of Absolute Zero (0 Kelvin) or even reversed by going below it. We do not have the technology to go below Absolute Zero, yet.

Black Hole- noun Any mass with a temperature below -459.67 degrees Fahrenheit, 0 Kelvin, or Absolute Zero. This causes the mass to “unage” along with anything in its immediate vicinity. The reason why these appear black is because the matter trapped inside the black hole is traveling back in time and cannot be seen; it also absorbs light and sends it back in time from which the term “black hole” is derived. The eventual explosion of one of these black holes many billion years before its creation may point to the origin of the universe.
 
Hi. I thought that was pretty interesting. But a few questions though- how does matter become sub-absolute value in temperature? In order for this to happen, the molecules would have to vibrate negatively... how is this possible? at absolute zero, vibration ceases... below this (huh?) vibration becomes negative... the only way I see this happening is if the vibration began to take place in a higher dimension, but which dimension? the next dimension above 3-space seems to be the time dimension - (minkowski axis). hmmm...
Also, if matter is cooled to absolute zero and if time is stopped because of this (the precursor to time reversal if your theory were to be correct), it should exhibit an infintite gravitational (and inertial) mass. This is not the case mathematically. The matter within a sample cooled to absolute zero should definitely act unconventionally, but will still be attached to this dimension, insuring that it still has these characteristics. The subatomic structure will remain intact, it is just the intermolecular interactions that will be modified.
And as for black holes - one characteristic of these is that the escape velocity is above the speed of light at the event horizon - insuring no escape for anything, including light from that region, correct? Now - for a mass to become a conventional black hole, it has to be dense enough so that its gravitational field can become of this magnitude, but its density does not have to become infinite for this to be the case. therefore, within this ball of matter, the temperature could actually be above absolute value, due to the (however limited) freedom of the molecules within the mass! the matter doesn't seem to fit the criteria of negative absolute value... although it does seem to be extra-dimensional due to its being cutoff from the outside feedback loop called environment. But thats another thread! Anyways, I guess I have a few problems with the theory... however it is pretty interesting.

-Brandon-
 
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