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  1. Intriguing. Although these numbers relate to Planck's constant and certain wavelengths, maybe, they could also apply to black holes.
  2. Dear All, My above post about the generation of electromagnetism describes the force felt by an electron as it absorbs the electric and magnetic fields before it jumps up one or more energy levels and then emits a photon as it loses energy and falls back down. However, this theory (as another physicist pointed out) has yet to describe the reasons why or how the electron absorbs the electric and magnetic fields before it jumps up one or more energy levels. Therefore, it is my hope that a physicist with more means and knowledge than I have, could pick up the baton and carry on research into th
  3. Dear All, all your speculations are well considered, I suppose (agreeing with most of you) that what goes on in a BH will never quite be known to us, except of course, mass, charge and angular momentum. Therefore, maybe my earlier post will be inconclusive. However, I have to point out that my earlier equation is wrong. I have reworked it and it now follows: M = ∞c3 . Therefore, the relationship between all the variables are different and lead to very different results.
  4. Dear devin553344, I think that what you are saying is that c cubed is not known to exist in the universe. However, I believe that light probably does have this property, as light can be seen to be 3d in itself, therefore, maybe sharing a characteristic of volume which is always measured in metres cubed. Your analysis is very complex and advanced, therefore, I trust your judgement too. Maybe, one day we shall know.
  5. Just to add to my last post - the above equation - M = ∞c3 could have the potential to point towards the space time curvature at the point of singularity of a black hole, seeing that it has space time equivalence. The m (mass) is commonly seen as representing space, and the ∞c3 could represent time. This is because time (and thank you to another scientist for explaining this concept for me) can be itself related to the wavelength of light we receive, and whether it is red shifted or blue shifted and our perception of the speed of it. Therefore, c3 could well relate to our concept of time
  6. Dear Ralfcis, I have taken on board what you are saying, however, I believe that the above equation is correct. Also, Just a note to add to my last post. Another way to express the formula: ∞ = m / c3 is: M = ∞c3 In my last post I made the error of saying that the ‘c3’ component could be seen to equal space. However, by re-arranging the equation I can now see the proper space and time equivalence and where they lie: M = ∞c3 (space) (time). Respond if you wish to.
  7. ∞ = m / c3 An infinity generally describes a region where spacetime curvature becomes infinite due to a gravitational singularity. Einstein’s Field equations suggest that in some areas of the universe matter and energy can become so compressed that they reach infinite density. The above infinite density is usually found at the point of singularity within a black hole. This region would have zero volume, yet, contain all the mass of a black hole, therefore, resulting in infinite density. Therefore, I believe that there is an equation which would make sense of this infinity, which primarily re
  8. Space and Time are inversely proportional: At the centre of a black hole there is an infinity (a singularity). However, it is my belief that this infinity does not refer to space and time but only one of these entities. At the centre of a black hole only time is infinite, hence, there is time dilation which occurs around the event horizon. However, only 0% volume is also at this singularity, hence space is zero. Therefore, it is my belief that space and time are inversely proportional. Hence, where time is infinite, space will be zero, and where space is infinite, time will be zero. These
  9. Having previously posted a small article about the early universe, I would like to update and add some ideas relating to this concept. Here it is: ∞ = mc3 Infinity = mass multiplied by the speed of light (in a vacuum) cubed. i.e. 27,000 trillion. Essentially, this equation describes the escape velocity of a Black Hole, where, ∞ is the Black Hole and mc3 is the escape velocity. Infinity – This generally describes a region where spacetime curvature becomes infinite due to a gravitational singularity. Einstein’s Field equations suggest that in some areas of the universe matter and energy can b
  10. Further to my last post – I have to point out that I made an error. I typed that mass = c3. However, I meant to write mass × c3. Basically, this equation describes the escape velocity of a black hole. The matter/energy would escape through the event horizon. Therefore, a given mass would need to be multiplied by 27,000 trillion in order for it to escape. In a nutshell: infinity = mc3 i.e. 27,000 trillion km’s a second.
  11. Basically, I have to point out that this equation describes the escape velocity from a singularity (a region of infinity) of a black hole i.e. mass = c3. This equation also has the purpose of holding up Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, where, currently, scientists believe there is something wrong with the maths of this theory at a quantum level because it reaches an infinity. Whereas, this equation deals with this infinity and makes it the heart of the equation.
  12. Dear exchemist, further to your post - I have to point out that this infinity specifically relates to the density itself, therefore, the mass can still be a discrete amount. The singularity at the centre of a black hole is infinite density because the mass is given 0% volume. Therefore, a kilogram, a gram or a nanogram would all be infinite in relation to 0% volume.
  13. ∞ = mc3 Infinity = mass multiplied by the speed of light (in a vacuum) cubed. i.e. 27,000 trillion. Infinity – This generally describes a region where spacetime curvature becomes infinite due to a gravitational singularity. Einstein’s Field equations suggest that in some areas of the universe matter and energy can become so compressed that they reach infinite density. A more recent physicist working on the theory of black holes named Schwarzschild, described the gravitational field of a point mass and a spherical mass. He noticed that there was a peculiar behaviour at what is called a ‘Sch
  14. Using Fleming’s Left Hand Rule to describe photon absorption and emission. (Electromagnetic production). Fleming’s Left Hand Rule describes the force felt on a current carrying wire when it is placed in a uniform magnetic field. This phenomenon also describes the occurrence of an electron moving up an energy level within the atom itself. The electron as it orbits the nucleus of an atom creates an electric current. This electric current in turn produces a magnetic field surrounding the atom. If this electron is then put in a different uniform magnetic field then the two magnetic fields combin
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