Bulletin of the American Physical Society
APS April Meeting 2019
Volume 64, Number 3
Saturday–Tuesday, April 13–16, 2019; Denver, Colorado
Session S01: Poster Session III (14:00-17:00)
Monday, April 15, 2019
Sheraton Room: Plaza Foyer
Abstract: S01.00029 : Two forms of black hole existence
Han yong Quan
Han yong Quan
Gravity is formed by curved radiation. The black hole is the most obvious celestial body with curved radiation. The black hole can make the radiation form a closed circle. In fact, there are two forms of black holes. The first form of black hole: a black hole with extremely large density and mass. This black hole rotates at a high speed (or can exceed the speed of light), forming a huge gravitational force. Not only its own radiation cannot escape, but also the surrounding radiation and other quantum are attracted. As the black hole rotates at a high speed, it forms a gravitational force against other celestial bodies, such as stars, causing the star to rotate around it, thereby forming a galaxy. We know that rotating closed air can shield air, such as a tornado, and the rotating radiation quantum can also shield the radiation quantum. The second form of black hole: this kind of black hole does not need any substance in the middle. Its formation principle is similar to that of tornado. It is the vacuum formed by the extremely high-radiation radiation quantum. The vacuum force points to the vacuum, and the huge vacuum force can make the radiation quantum around it. Rotate to create a huge gravitational force that forms a galaxy.
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