An idea that came to me now is that each octave has its own Planck time. And as before in my model the octaves form expanding levels in a multiverse tree where each universe is a white hole of a black hole in a parent universe.

The idea is that the number of time frames at the Big Bang is S and when the first black hole forms it's at frame number T. And the difference P = T - S in relation to N (see my previous post) determines the Planck time. Inside the black holes new universes are born and they will get their own values for S and T.

In practice this means that if we travel into a newer universe (higher octave) or into an older universe (lower octave) in the multiverse tree, then we will still experience time as flowing in the same way since the values of S and T result in the same Planck constant relative to each octave.

The idea is that the number of time frames at the Big Bang is S and when the first black hole forms it's at frame number T. And the difference P = T - S in relation to N (see my previous post) determines the Planck time. Inside the black holes new universes are born and they will get their own values for S and T.

In practice this means that if we travel into a newer universe (higher octave) or into an older universe (lower octave) in the multiverse tree, then we will still experience time as flowing in the same way since the values of S and T result in the same Planck constant relative to each octave.