In order to answer this we must first examine the affects of a non instantaneous transtemperal displacement of our two energies.
In such a case that the transfer of energy into the past is not instantaneous with respect to the energy being borrowed from the vaccuum, we would have a sort of temperal frame dragging affect which would be defined as how long of a delay period there is between the transfer.
For instance if it takes one billionth of a second for the energy in the present to displace the energy in the past that is borrowed from the vaccuum in the present, the the amount of temperal delay is proportionate to one billionth of a second.
Also this delay generates more of a quantity of energy to exist then there was originally by causing this energy to occur more then once with respect to the rest of the universe. The amount of gained energy is also proportionate to the period length of the temperal delay.
So in the previous example where there is a one billionth of a second delay temperally, we have the partical accurring one and one billionth while all other quantities in the universe accuring in the same time only accur once.
Basically I am defining the amount of energy in a mass as a quantity of energy accurring over a given period of time. If every second the partical accurrs once, then the amount of energy that is contained in this mass is one.
If in the first second the energy accurs once, and then in the next second the energy accurs twice, then the amount mass existing there is doubled. However since the amount of energy is doubled within same space the density of the mass would be infinite, because anytime you have two masses of equal proportion occupying the same space at the same time, then the density of that mass is infinite.
The quantity of that mass is also infinite because each of the two masses are composed of an infinite number of half values between the outer circumferances of the masses and each of the masses centers.
So when we cause each of these masses to occupy the same space, all of the half values are inphase and add together so that each of the infinite number of halves adds together. And anytime you ad a half to another half you get one.
Now in this case we are adding an infinite number of halves to an infinite number of halves all at once. So an infinite number of halves added to an infinite number of halves simultanseously gives us an infinite number of ones which adds up to infinity!
So, in conclusion, one does not need an infinite quantity of mass or energy to creat an infinite amount of energy or mass, all one needs to create an infinite amount of mass is two masses period.
Since there is an infinite number of halves in any amount of energy or mass regardless of that masses size or that energies strength.
I was only using two masses of equal proportion to describe this concept in a way that is easier to grasp. It is easier to percieve this concept by envisioning two masses of equal size being compressed to the same space to increase in density an volume to infinity, then to try to imagine an electron and the planet jupiter being crammed into the same space in order to add to infinity.
The math does, however, add up the same. For an electron has an infinite number of mass values between it's mass value and zero mass, and so does jupiter, so if you add all of these half values together in the same space, you will have an infinite number of halves added to an infinite number of halves.
One must remember that a mass does not reach an infinite density until that mass is compressed to an infinitely small point. A black hole is formed when the mass is compressed to a size such that the gravitiational pull at the surface of that mass increases a strength such that an object would have to travel at the velocity of light to escape this pull.
However the gravitational pull is not infinite at this point, which is known as the event horizon, but the mass continues to crush to an infinitely small point and the gravitational pull between the event horizon and the center mass to which the mass is compressed rises to infinity as the mass is compressed to a zero point.
A mass that is compressed to a zero point is known as a singularity. The radius between this singularity and the event horizon is known as the schwartzfield radius and is defined by the following mathematical equation: SR=GM/(c^2) where SR is the schwartzfield radius, G is the gravitational constant, M is the amount of energy contained in the mass, and c is the speed of light in a vaccuum.
So if we were to calculate the schwartzdfield radius of an energy in the form of energy we would first have to convert the value of mass into it's energy equivalant value by using Einstiens equation for converting static energy value into kenetic energy value...e=mc^2.
So the energy of a mass is equal to e/(c^2) in which case tofind the swartzfield radius we replace the value of "M" in the equation "GM/(c^2)" with e/(c^2) and we get
G(e/c^2)/(c^2).
I will finish later, but I must go now for I have allot of work to do. As soon as I can I will finish this post to explain how an instantaneous tranfer of energy into the past with the present would accur.
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