Stars form from the waters of the universe, hydrogen, the most abundant and simplest form of universal creation. Our Galaxy, the Milky Way, is 13 billion years old. Stars form from the abundant hydrogen in the universe, and new stars form from collapsing nebulae at an astounding rate. Modern science tells us that the bigger stars consume their fuel faster, and smaller stars actually last longer.
It could be argued our sun isn't 13 billion years old, because of how we understand our star's plasma cycles. Whatever is creating the large gravitational mass is 13 billion years old, so it must be our galaxy; and more than likely, also our position within our galaxy is slightly different in time than the galactic core.
Our galaxy has a gravitational mass, that also determines the frequency of time. How our galaxy was at its beginnings looked very differently than it does today. Did it have the same gravitational mass at its beginnings as it does today? Galaxies are seen to form around black holes rather than the other way around. It's like the chicken and the egg, it's a co-existence; a paradox. Different parts of the universe can be older, and different parts of the universe can be newer.
Where DID all that hydrogen even come from in the first place?
The hydrogen from the universe, as was its mass at the point of the Big Bang, is in a perpetual cycle of the death of stars and the birth of stars. However the mass of the universe is not necessarily the same as it was at the "Beginning," but has an expanding mass. The universe is continually expanding, constantly creating a little more mass with each implosion and explosion and expansion of creation and gravitation.
Particles spontaneously form in space. The universe is continually creating particles; energy comes into the universe and interacts with universal geometry and non-causality and sets things into motion that creates intelligent life.
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Black holes are cyclical. It outpours matter/energy, and it is the accumulation of it equatorial in the center, while at the very edges actually forming an outer layer of stardust, the very waters of life literally forming water membranes. We can see water membranes around the cores of some galaxies. The black hole forms the hydrogen and oxygen that is the requirement for life, and creates planets and galactic nebulae as the fusion of all the elements.
In the quantum vacuum, there is just as much density as that of the entire universe. The entire universe can be seeded from just one singularity. It's all a uniform density. The gravitational force of the protons overcome the static charge of repulsion and form together, creating the nucleoids of an atom. But not even a quark can fit inside a singularity-space. The quantum vacuum is the interior of the universe itself.
The event horizon is when time is bent at "right angles to space" so it becomes an infinity point where light can't travel outward in space because space is moving in time.. you can look at it as the frequencies of the gravitation of a black hole also.. The frequencies become so high that it moves faster through time, and is always in the future, and so everything around it slows down until at a certain point close to the singularity, time reaches a "zero barrier." Then the physics change dramatically.
The black hole is a point of instability as the universe is in motion, gravitationally. When a black hole forms, a new galaxy appears in the expanding geometry of the universe, seen at the vacuum level of the "interior universe" or the "Inner Universe."
We've watched galaxies form around black holes.. stars, too.. It is akin to an inner collapse.. but it's also an inner accumulation of the "source point" of gravitation, the singularity. It's like breathing; collapsing and expanding. The black hole conventionally is seen as an ever increasing collapse, while the universe is always expanding.
However the black hole expands and creates energy out the poles, and accumulates an inner-acceleration of the mass of the galaxy surrounding, in toward the center, as is an incredible and amazing creation of gravitation, of space and time, that is the unfolding of the universe outward, from within itself (FORM within itself).
The Universe creates life. You can look at the shapes of sprouts and branches and leaves on Earth and see the same geometry of the Inner Universe, the same as our nervous systems and blood vessels, and the rivers of Earth and currents of energy, of Phi, Pi, and the sacred geometry of Nature.