Relativity and Cosmology

   

Vacuum in and around horizons

Authors: Igor Hrnčić

This paper puts forward the idea that vacuum is a collection of un-localized quantum oscillators inside a horizon. The characteristics of such vacuum are studied inside the black hole and Hubble horizons. The results suggest that energy is quantized, with the minimal energy depending on the size of the horizon. This suggests that vacuum is more dense in black holes than in the surrounding universe, demanding by continuity the existence of a vacuum halo around every black hole. This vacuum halo could act exactly like dark matter if it exerted no pressure on matter, thus not interacting with matter in any way other than gravitationally. A suitable cosmological model presented here suggests that such vacuum could accelerate the universal expansion. This suggests that the vacuum studied in this paper could successfully stand instead of dark matter, cosmological vacuum and quantum vacuum of quantum theories.

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[v1] 2019-04-25 09:03:23

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