Originally posted by Shadow_Lord
There is still not enough mass and gravity. That LHC -> black hole concept started because the media does not understand what a black hole is. A
very massive ball of "stuff" and lots off it. That "stuff" can no longer produce enough heat to stop the gravity from winning. (All our Sun is, a
constant battle between heat and gravity. As the Sun cools, gravity will slowly win.) Other objects nearby will fall into it, increasing the
mass/gravity until you finally get a black hole. Earth...cannot do that.
If I understand your point here, what you are saying is that construction of a black hole depends solely on energy and mass. They are, by the way, one
and the same. That is energy/matter dualism doesn't exist, and that is well known.
Now, you could say that mass is not the same as matter. That is also known as the problem of descerning between inertial mass and the mass of matter.
They are two very different things for today's science (as far as I know), and neither of them is really understood.
Actually, science is all about describing
, not understanding as some may think. I know there are many scientists who are hoping
will understand by describing, but that's not their primary goal. Utilisation - that's the objective of science.
From what I know, and I'm not
a theoretical physicist, just someone with a great interest in the field, I believe you are wrong. The creation
of black hole doesn't depend on energy/mass alone. It depends on the density of mass
. Increase density enough, and very, very little mass can
create a micro black hole. What happens after that is anyone's guess.
Now, that we have this cleared, some quantum theories
postulate that every single aspect of the Universe we see can be derived purely from
geometrization os space/time. In other words, everything
in this world is space (dash time), and the only reason we see stuff as being
"something" is because of our 3-dimensional physical limitations. As I said, there are good indications that space is 8-dimensional. There could be
(and most probably is) stuff there that we can't even imagine.
Just thought this needed some further clarifications...
I must say again that I've never seen anti-gravity as a force in any of the physics papers I've read, but I've seen theoretical anti-gravity
through electro-gravity force. I can't possibly see how such a force can be used to expand a black hole to any meaningful size, but that
may just be the limitation of my knowledge.
I really don't know if any of OP's claims are possible, but I find quantum physics theories very interesting.