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The astral phenomenon of Intergalactic Jets and their association with Black Holes is one that has a number of theories but few agreements. Also of
merit are jets from protostars but these are of a different mechanism to those of a Black Hole.
CREATION of BLACK HOLES
We typically associate Black Holes with Supernova explosions and when objects from those events have been observed they are often moving at high speed
and have rapid rotation.
OBSERVATION of MATTER SUBJECT to HIGH PRESSURE and LOW TEMPERATURE
Current physical experiments with various elements being subjected to very high pressure or intense cold (both states relevant here) have produced
changed physical properties of elements.
INSIDE the EVENT HORIZON
The event horizon is classically described as the point whereby matter cannot return nor information be retrieved from a radius close to the Black
WHEN a BLACK HOLE MEETS a STELLAR MASS and OTHER PROBLEMS
Given the occasional high speed of a collapsed core following the Supernova explosion it is of little surprise that some should be captured by large
stars and share orbit.
NOT a PERFECT TORUS
However this shape is more akin to a disk than a Torus but the greater the rotation the more likely the shape is to resemble a Torus than any other
shape and given time,
JILA SCIENTISTS and RUBIDIUM CONDENSATE
These scientists were conducting a further experiment with a Rubidium atom Bose-Einstein condensate and through a process called Feshbach resonance
involving a sweep of a magnetic field they expected to cause collisions between the Rubidium atoms.
FASTER THAN LIGHT?
The theory of General Relativity and the equation E=mc2 lead to the conclusion that accelerating an object to the speed of light requires more energy
the closer one gets to 'C'.
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