in black holes the refractive index is so high the light always refracts inwards.
Einstein discovered black holes without ever seeing one, (no pun intended)
The idea that black holes are so dense and so “heavy” with gravity that no light can escape the grasp of a massively dense black is still accepted
by me as the explanation of why no light escapes a black hole.
This is an alternate theory to describe the black effect of black holes but using lens theory.
When light enters the outer lens of a black hole it is refracted inwards continuously to infinity
There are a series of lenses between us the observer and the dense core at the center of three lenses. These lenses are described as having a massive
difference in refractive index from one another. This causes a light ray to be absorbed by a massive black hole shock boundary.
As it travels through the first inner lens it is refracted and the at the second inner lens it is refracted even more. The core of the black is so
dense it has compressed into a solid black ball of matter with no vibration and no spin momentum.
When viewed from the outside the “image” of the black compressed mass is “gravitationally microscoped” to fill the feild of view around the
extreme outer edge of the outter most lens.
See gravitational microscoping of lenses
yes there is massive amounts of gravity but light is bent by refractive optics back on itself over and over to infinity. It is the refractive and
reflective properties of these lenses that prevents light from escaping from the center to be visable for us to see.
Diagram of dark core lensing
a= ray of light
x= 1st refracted angle
z= 2nd refracted angle
y= low angle of incidence
o= light containing lens
f= projected image of dark core
in this manner any light that enters the lens series is refracted (reflected) continuously around the interior of the second lens for infinity.
The dark cores image is projected through these layers and is imaged on the outermost lens to “fill” the field of view. This is because the
“gravitational microscoping “ is focused on the dark core and “sees” through these lenses without interacting with the trapped refracted light
“bouncing” around inside by way of focal interaction of the lenses.
Images microscoped can be dark or light.
This is my alternate view of black holes and is called blackhole lens theory and in the theory certain energy types CAN exit the lens series and
escape the grip of a blackhole
edit on 23-11-2010 by XPLodER because: spelling
edit on 23-11-2010 by XPLodER because: add labels for diagram