Relativity and Cosmology

   

New Interpretation of the Schwarzschild Radius

Authors: Zane Andrea Quintili

The Schwarzschild radius describes the radius of the event horizon within which no object can exit and which sees a singularity at its center. The mathematical expression of this ray without resorting to the complex mathematical formalism of general relativity can be summarized as follows by simply using the kinetic energy and the gravitational potential energy of the body in question. 1/2 mc^2=G mM/d Rs=(2G M)/c^2 At this point, however, nothing in the mathematical expression tells us if that "2" is linked to Newton's mass or gravitational constant so that we can also freely interpret "2" as twice the mass, or two masses. This new interpretation completely reverses the information we have for the Schwarzschild radius which, using Planck's units, will become: Rs=(G 2Mp)/c^2 =2Lp

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