by Bruce E. Camber, a working first draft throughout August 2021

**Overview**. The concept of a blackhole has a relatively brief history and for most of that history, it was a speculative concept entertained only by a rather small group of theoretical physicists who wrestled with Einstein’s theory of relativity. That history, and our work to develop a theory to define the very nature of a blackhole, will be a Janus-face; the history page is https://81018.com/blackholes/ and this speculative page is https://81018.com/blackhole. This page will focus on our working statement above, particularly on “a blackhole appears at the center of every galaxy and it is the same blackhole.”

We say that space-time is disintermediated, derivative, and finite. Easy to say; what does it mean? Let us explore how this may be so.

**Discussion**: Notations 65-67 where quantum fluctuations and wave-particle duality hold court, each notational step closer to Notation-0 opens its own unique synchronicity. So, we will be deconstructing the universe — a little like the Jenga tower game from Notation 65-67 down to Notation-0. There will be plenty of opportunities for our theory to collapse.

We will also continue our struggle to construct the universe from Notation-0 up to Notation-67. We’ll need the help of many, especially those within Langlands programs, string-and-M-theory groups, and supersymmetry groups.

Those 64 notations have changed our perspective rather radically! They are waiting to be truly discovered.

Much more to come…

References

**Where do we go from here?****Infinitesimal archetypal sphere**: https://81018.com/primordial/**Singularities**: https://81018.com/singularities/ Original page: https://81018.com/calculations/#Singularity**Joseph Polchinski**(2019): https://81018.com/polchinski/-
**Raphael Bousso**(Berkeley), March 2020: https://81018.com/2020/03/25/bousso/ **Annalisa Guerri**: https://81018.com/guerri/ On finding Planck scale experts- A slowly-evolving spacetime bibliography

Resources

**Joseph Polchinski** (May 16, 1954 – February 2, 2018):

**Black Holes and Random Matrices**, Jordan S. Cotler, Guy Gur-Ari, Masanori Hanada,**Joseph Polchinski,**Phil Saad, Stephen H. Shenker, Douglas Stanford, Alexandre Streicher, Masaki Tezuka, November, 2016 arXiv:1611.04650 [pdf] doi 10.1007/JHEP05(2017)118- Abstract: We argue that the late time behavior of horizon fluctuations in large anti-de Sitter (AdS) black holes is governed by the random matrix dynamics characteristic of quantum chaotic systems. Our main tool is the Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev (SYK) model, which we use as a simple model of a black hole. We use an analytically continued partition function |
*Z*(*β*+*it*)|2 as well as correlation functions as diagnostic…

- Abstract: We argue that the late time behavior of horizon fluctuations in large anti-de Sitter (AdS) black holes is governed by the random matrix dynamics characteristic of quantum chaotic systems. Our main tool is the Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev (SYK) model, which we use as a simple model of a black hole. We use an analytically continued partition function |
**The Black Hole Information Problem**, Joseph Polchinski arXiv:1609.04036 [pdf, other] hep-th gr-qc doi 10.1142/9789813149441_0006- Abstract: The black hole information problem has been a challenge since Hawking’s original 1975 paper.

NASA: https://science.nasa.gov/astrophysics/focus-areas/black-holes

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