Yes, but are not able to survive, because a black hole has an amazing des¡nsity (a lot of mass in a short amount of volume), so you might desinteger.
I think that in the center of the universe is a giant black hole that is consentrating all the mass. And as stars, it explodes making possible space and time. The last time it happened was in the "Big Bang."
What about the hypotenuses?
The partitions are exactly the same in the two triangles, how can it be possible that if the surfaces are the same, there is one block missing?
Lets say 1 block equals 1 cm^2
So the area of the triangle is:
Take a look to the area of the different geometric shapes:
Red triangle: (3*8)/2=12 cm^2
Dark green triangle: (2*5)/2=5 cm^2
Orange shape: 7 cm^2
Green shape: 8 cm^2
Total area = 12+5+7+8=32 cm^2
There is a half block missing, but where?
You can say that the universe has infinite dimensions, because it is greater than any fixed counting number, or extending forever. No matter how large a number one thinks of, infinity is larger than it. Infinity has no limits.
The state or quality of being infinite is amazing, unlimited by space or time, without end, without beginning or end.
It is defined as "that which is free from any possible limitation". In other words, you can´t imagine something greater or lesser than it. It is all, and it is nothing at the same time.
It is only explainable by the mathematics.