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Neither Newton's theory nor Einstein's theory predict it. In fact, both theories preclude it, contrary to what the orthodox relativists claim.
The so-called "Schwarzschild" solution is not due to Karl Schwarzschild at all. The experts have either not read Schwarzschild's 1916 memoir or have otherwise ignored it. Go here to get Schwarzschild's original paper, in English. The so-called "Schwarzschild" solution is due to David Hilbert, itself a corruption of a solution first derived by Johannes Droste in May 1916, whose paper has also been buried or ignored at the convenience of the experts. It appears that the experts have not read Hilbert either. Go here to get a copy of Hilbert's erroneous derivation, in English. Hilbert's mistake spawned the black hole and the community of theoretical physicists continues to elaborate on this falsehood, with a hostile shouting down of any and all voices challenging them. Schwarzschild's solution has no black hole, and neither does Droste's solution. Schwarzschild's paper is a piece of flawless mathematical physics, but Hilbert's is a poor show. And while you're at it you might as well go here to get a copy of Marcel Brillouin's 1923 paper, in English, in which he gives another valid solution and also simply and dramatically demonstrates that the black hole is nonsense. Brillouin's paper has also been ignored.
”Theory holds that these stars could not have formed in their present location, because the gravity of the nearby supermassive black hole wouldn't have allowed a gas cloud to contract into a star”, says study leader Jean-Pierre Maillard of the Institute of Astrophysics in Paris.
On the other hand, Maillard told SPACE.com, the stars could not have formed too far from their present location. Why? Because there wasn't time. Massive stars die young. The seven examined in the study can't be more than 10 million years old, or they would have exploded already. So the seven stars, along with the middleweight black hole, all had to migrate inward within the past 10 million years -- an eyeblink in the 13 billion years of the galaxy's lifetime.
"I did not expect the jet in M87 or any other jet powered by accretion onto a black hole to increase in brightness in the way that this jet does," says astronomer Juan Madrid of McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, who conducted the Hubble study. "It grew 90 times brighter than normal. But the question is, does this happen to every single jet or active nucleus, or are we seeing some odd behavior from M87?"
Originally posted by Teknikal
If you think about what happens past the event horizon as far as time and gravity goes then everything entering is basicly frozen in time with that plus the insane gravity I personally find the idea of anything escaping impossible.
Originally posted by Teknikal
Hawking Radiation is pure speculation and even has a competing theory where it works in reverse causing the black hole to grow faster.
Reverse Hawking Radiation tends to predict that the smaller the black hole the faster the growth, which appears to match astronomical observation.
There is no scientific proof it exists and if it does in what form.
Originally posted by mnemeth1
If given the choice between an untestable, unprovable, hypothetical, unfalsifiable theory or classical physics that can be proven in a lab, I choose classical physics.
Originally posted by jmotley
I find your theries preety cool. I cant sy if your right or wrong but I cant say is the pros sre either. Just remember this:
At one time KNEW the earth was flat,
we KNEW the earth was the center of the galaxy,
we KNEW man could travel no faster then a horse could run,
we KNEW that man could not survive going faster then sound,
Just think what we will know tomorrow.
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
reply to post by zvezdar
...The best we might be able to do, is calculate the mass of the object from the stars orbiting it, and define an outer limit for what may be the event horizon. But exactly what's inside the event horizon, I can't imagine how we will ever find out.
[edit on 30-5-2010 by Arbitrageur]