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Tidal Star Disruption Events (TDE) by Fermion Repelling Black Holes in Quantum FFF Theory.

Authors: Leo Vuyk

According to Quantum FFF Theory, all Black Holes (BHs) repel all Fermionic matter, by the Fermionic rigid string shaped propeller based spin flip at all black hole horizons, even around ball lightning BHs. A tidal disruption event (TDE), is a bright flare of radiation around the central Black Hole (BH) assumed to be the interaction with a local star.. However, according to Q-FFF Theory, the star will not be consumed by the black hole, but torn apart and ejected into two jets and a plasma disc. Only other smaller black holes like Super nova BHs are postulated to be consumed by the central growing black hole. New physics black holes are also supposed to be responsible for dual BH Herbig Haro systems, with a third growing BH in the center in case of Galaxy formations. In Quantum FFF Theory, ( Function Follows Form at the quantum scale), it is assumed, that all Black holes repel Fermionic matter! by their propeller based (Fermion propeller rigid string) spin flip at all black hole horizons even ball lightning micro BHs seem to repel Fermions.

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