Relativity and Cosmology


Energy Release Mechanism of White Hole and Accurate Calculation of Solar System Orbit

Authors: Zhi Cheng

The white hole hypothesis can explain various problems faced by spiral galaxies more than the black hole hypothesis. At present, the main problems still focus on the theoretical model of white holes. White hole solutions can also be obtained from general relativity. However, negative time must be used, and this article demonstrates very briefly that time inversion does not exist through the example of returning to youth age. This problem can be solved very well using virtual space-time physics. Under the framework of virtual space-time physics, a white hole model can be constructed without time inversion. In this paper, a white hole model is used for numerical calculations to obtain the trajectory of the solar system from the center of the Milky Way to the periphery of the Milky Way. Comparing the calculation results with the actual patterns of the Milky Way, it can be seen that the calculation results coincide well with the actual patterns. The calculation results show that the solar system orbit is an expanding elliptical spiral orbit. There is a clear demarcation point between the orbits in the center of the Milky Way and the orbits around the galaxy. This may be the reason for the bulge structure in the center of the Milky Way. The solar system has been in the center of the Milky Way for about 2.8 billion years. So far, the solar system has been running for about 1.8 billion years outside the center of the Milky Way, and about 600 to 700 million years have been far from the center of the Milky Way. This is basically consistent with the evolution of life on Earth.

Comments: 36 Pages. 7 Figure; 1 table. Including Russian abstract and Chinese Version. The file is about 1MB.

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[v1] 2019-12-28 02:20:37

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