I decided this was such a new topic to write about it.

I stated in a post here of mine not long ago concerning the follow: I quote myself ~

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''Remember what I said about relative temperatures for the macro-black hole?

**Section 1.**

1. A black hole moving fast relative to an observer at rest will appear hot.

2. An observer moving at relativistic speeds will measure the black hole to be cooler.

Above we have stated:

**Section 2.**

1. As a black hole gets larger, it becomes cooler

2. As a black hole gets smaller, it becomes hotter.

Is there a new equivalence principle here? Let me try and explain and see if anyone catches on: A black hole moving at relativistic speeds to an observer at rest will experience a lorentz contraction (and so appears smaller, which is part of postulate 2. of section 2) and in section 1. we have a black hole being hotter so long as it is smaller than one relative in size. An observer this time moving at relativistic speeds, will measure it to be cooler and extended in space, this is of course, in conjunction with postulate 1. of section 2.

Is this a coincidence? May be... may not be.''

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The next step is to try and describe this mathematically. Anyone is open to tackle this, I expect to have some kind of argument or solution within the next few days. If you can create the laws which describe this, it should not be difficult to unify them all in principle.