I have just been made aware that a supermassive black hole passing close to the earth is giving off irregular (not predicted under standard model) radiation. Is this the first evidence of my equations which predicted that a moving black hole gives off more radiation than one stationary?
My original work that concluded this:
The black hole is glowing strangely - is this just a dumbed down version of what my equations predicted when taking the black hole inequality straight into the fundamental physics of moving charges? I feel pretty confident now, but we'll see.