History of "black hole" from 1783 to 2015. / by Socratus /

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  1. socratus

    Thread Starter Member

    Mar 26, 2012
    History of "black hole" from 1783 to 2015. / by Socratus /


    In 1783 John Michell wrote that a big massive star would have

    such a strong gravity field that light could not escape. Such objects

    was called "black holes" but for years this idea was forgotten.

    Michell's idea about big stars and their interaction with light

    revived again when Einstein in 1915 formulated the GRT

    and many others theories of this subject were published.

    But in 1928 Chandrasekhar realized that a star of more than about

    one and a half times the mass of the Sun would collapse to a zero size.

    ( Chandrasekhar mass limit law.) This discovery opened the way

    to a new speculations: what can happen after star's collapse?


    In 1783 Michell was sure that his big star as an object (!) can exist

    only in an Aether and if this star collapses then its parts would

    be disappeared into the same Aether. But the modern scientists said:

    "aether doesn't exist" and instead of "aether" they invented a "black hole".

    Instead of Michell's star itself (!) which doesn't give light to escape

    we are talking about gravitational collapse that formed a space-time

    region (!) from which the light cannot escape. We are talking about

    a big star that collapse under its own gravity and formed a region

    of zero volume and the density of matter and the curvature

    of space-time become infinite. And this space-time region is not

    an Aether but a quite different region.

    About "black holes" was written many books, millions articles,

    and there are thousands experts of "black holes" and they explain

    to ordinary people this "black hole" phenomena.


    My peasant opinion.

    a) "Aether" has zero temperature: T=0K.

    In order to avoid difficulties with the zero conditions and using

    "entropy" with "uncertainty principle" experts say that a "black hole"

    has a temperature of only one ten-millionth of a degree above

    absolute zero. The difference is so slight that I can say "black hole"

    and "aether" have equal temperature.

    b) "black hole" and "Aether" are both have one and the same imaginary time.

    c) they are both flat space-time region

    (zero volume of "black hole" means its flatness)

    d) the mathematical laws of very high density are equal to the mathematical

    laws of very deep emptiness.

    e) "black hole" and "Aether" are both somehow can radiate quantum of light.


    There are many similarities between a "black hole" and an "Aether"

    and therefor "black hole" is only another name of the "Aether".


    Chandrasekhar mass-limit law says that stars from which the light

    cannot escape don't exist in Nature for long time – they will be collapsed.

    ( It is impossible to create snowball as big as the mountain Everest –

    in some point snowball will be collapsed. After collapse the parts

    of snowball will fall down into its original reference frame).

    The parts of star after gravitational collapse also must settle down

    into their original reference frame.

    What is the name of stars' original reference frame?

    Where did stars come from?

    One more amateur's question.

    Chandrasekhar's law says that a star of more than about one and a half

    times the mass of the Sun would collapse. How did "big bang"

    deceive the Chandrasekhar mass limit law? ( big-bang was awarded

    the Nobel Prize in 1978 and Chandrasekhar's law in 1983)


    Best wishes.

    Israel Sadovnik Socratus.

  2. Lool


    May 8, 2013
    Thank you for demonstrating that the information content of prose, measured in bit's per word, can actually be less than 1 millionth, so I can make one of your famous approximations and say, "you said nothing at all !".