Relativity and Cosmology

   

Black Holes Have No Interior Singularities

Authors: Ramzi Suleiman

The paper describes a simple solution based on a relativistic extension of Newton-Galileo physics to the purely gravitational, spherical supermassive black hole. The solution yields a black hole size that equals the Schwarzschild radius, but without an interior singularity. For a supermassive black hole residing at the center of a galaxy, the theory yields a simple expression for the dynamics of the host galaxy, according to which the black hole is part of a binary system, together with a naked spatial singularity at redshift z = 2^(-1/2) ≈ 0.707, suspected to be a quasar with extreme velocity offsets or an active galactic nucleus. Another redshift, z ≈ 2.078, is also predicted to be associated with quasars and AGNs. The derived results are contrasted with observational data and with a recent ΛCDM model. Taken together, the derived galaxy dynamics, and the aforementioned results, could shed some light on the role played by supermassive black holes in the evolution of the galaxies in which they reside.

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[v1] 2014-06-13 17:24:18
[v2] 2014-06-15 12:46:22
[v3] 2014-06-16 08:46:06
[v4] 2014-08-18 15:14:44

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