A Singularity from Everything IS by Sarah Curtiss Card
page 54-55 from Everything IS, a visual and philosophical theory of everything The Big Bang Theory of the Creation of the Universe theorizes that all of the mass of the universe was once concentrated in one infinitely heavy pinprick that reached some critical point and exploded into our universe. The Big Bang is called a singularity, which is a state/event beyond which it is theoretically impossible to peer due to our current understanding of the behavior of light and the flow of time. It is theorized that black holes might be singularities that are creating new universes. Is it possible that singularities occur in Everything: political systems, corporations, fashions, religions? The group reaches a critical point/mass and gives birth to something new. Hair was ratted higher and higher until the style collapsed. Most people ungrouped from the ratted hair as soon as the fashion industry told them it was out of style and long straight hair was now In. Did the fashion industry manipulate patterns to create a singularity? We can theorize about how the one style collapsed and the new style was created, but we can’t actually pinpoint all the events that made the one style collapse or predict exactly what style will find favor with the general public next. Can we figure out some probabilities of what happened/existed before the Big Bang by looking at patterns in other types of singularities whose event horizons we are able to further penetrate? My birth is an event in my neighborhood of the perspective horizon through which I cannot pass. I can learn a lot about the time before, during and after my birth because I can communicate with others of my species who witnessed the event from different positions on the perspective horizon. Wouldn’t this event be unfathomable to the sperm that started my life? Might an entity the size of a universe be as able to see through the event horizon of the Big Bang as we are able to look at the time before, during and after our birth?