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Black Hole vs. Variable Rest Mass Neutron Star

Authors: DT Froedge

In a previous paper we have discussed the conjecture of a variable particle rest mass as a function of gravitational potential [1]. This paper discuses the implications, in regard to a large neutron star, and contrast the difference between the predicted phenomena, and Black Hole theory as put fourth by standard GR. As most know, Einstein was not convinced of the existence of Black Holes, but modern solutions of the GR field equations appear to agree with the experimental evidence. There are some problems however, as are well known, the explanations for the diffuse, and the persistent source gamma ray emissions from the galactic center, do not have an adequate explanation, and the energy engines driving Quasars and AGNs are not sufficiently explained. This paper will explore the differences between VRM neutron stars, and Black Holes, for the purpose of identifying detectable, and measurable phenomena. The validity of this theory will be established on the finding of massive neutron stars or massive pulsars. >3 suns.

Comments: 13 Pages. Clarifying some points of previous version

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[v1] 2 Aug 2011
[v2] 2012-04-20 10:27:21

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