Relativity and Cosmology


The M-Sigma Problem Resolved: Negative Mass Supermassive Black Holes Appeared Early in the Universe Followed by Capture of Positive Mass to Reduce the Hole Size

Authors: George R. Briggs

Abstract: Supermassive black holes were utilized in the early universe to eliminate redundant -H bosons after their use in transferring +mass fermions from the previous universe. The large initial masses of the holes later decreased as some of the +mass transferred was captured by the negative intrinsic mass H bosons, leaving previously active galaxies with smaller or no central black holes

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