Time holes

So, adding on to my previous note, I think I have figured something out. I was asked by a person why my proposition would lead to super-luminal travel. And I figured it out. Of course, wormholes. That means that in addition to being in 3d, we are on the surface/volume of a 4d figure, like the one I explained before, which allowed for a multiverse. when space folds on itself, it would have to be folding on itself in a higher dimension, so this works out. Almost like how there is a hologram theory, you have this, which to me seems more likely. What comes after is a doozy. If that higher plane has a second dimension of time, we could also have TIME HOLES. Like wormholes, they augment travel in one area, but not the other. You go faster in time, but you don't go anywhere in space. Where would these time holes be? Wormholes are often originated in black holes or other areas of infinite mass. I think if you can accurately measure entropy, then an area with infinite entropy, like a singularity, or the big bang, is where time holes exist. However, due to our universe being the way it is, this could also explain why black holes have not deleted the universe. It is because space gets warped through the singularity in time. What we see as deletion and death is really just super universal time travel. We can never notice it, due to the fact that the universe we leave behind has no mass or entropy, therefore there is no sign of the time, nor of space. This follows in line with the theory that the universe would have some sort of a singularity at the end of its life cycle, creating another universe.

Note by Christian Colangelo
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