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Black Hole & There is no Chaos in the Universe

International Journal of Astronomy http://article.sapub.org/10.5923.j.astronomy.20200901.03.html
doi:10.5923/j.astronomy.20200901.03; Published: Dec. 15, 2020

 

Abstract

This year's Nobel's Prize in physics has turned into another degradation of science. ..

 

Introduction

If the density of Jupiter is analized, as well as the density of liquid and solid hydrogen and helium, the conclusion is the whole planet, the one which we are unable to detect or measure nowadays, is missing. Nevertheless, the Nobel's Prize is awarded to the scientists who are able to detect a 0.001-400 AU large black hole (In Milky Way 0,3 AU) at the distance of ~27 000 light-years and through the layer of matter, which is no less than 1 500 to 20 000 light-years thick. Matter above the "black hole" consists of gas, dust and 10 million stars per parsec (3,26 light-years). ..

"Black holes"

The black hole topic appeared after a diffraction of light in the atmosphere had been explained as if gravity was refracting light. The statement of one scientific authority was supported and followed by other scientific authorities as they kept upgrading this hypothesis with new constructions. These constructions allowed for everything that was not allowed by the laws of physics.

The field equation solutions of "Karl_Schwarzschild Boundary region of Schwarzschild interior and exterior solution" and "modern" definitions of black holes are diametrally opposite. The common thing they share is they are based not on evidence or observations, but on speculations and assumptions.

The use of Doppler indicates a rotation of an object, not a black hole. A part of an object that rotates towards an observer possesses a blueshift, unlike distancing objects that possess a redshift.

Galaxies and stars rotate.

 Fast-rotating galaxies: quasar RX J1131-1231          „X-ray observations of  RX J1131-1231 (RX J1131 for short) show it is whizzing around at  almost half the speed of light;  Spindle galaxy, elliptical galaxy, „possess a significant amount of rotation around the major axis“; NGC 6109 is Lenticular Galaxy, Within the knot, the rotation measure is 40 ± 8 rad m−2

Contrary to: Slow Rotation: Andromeda Galaxy, spiral galaxy, maximum value of 225 kilometers per second; UGC 12591 spiral galaxy, the highest known rotational speed of about 500 km/s,; Milky Way spiral galaxy, 210 ± 10 (220 kilometers per second Sun)

Table 1. Rotation of stars

 

Star

Temperature K        

Rotation speed

1

PSR B0943 + 10

310.000                    

1,1 s

2

PSR 1257 + 12

28.856                    

6,22ms

3

Cen X-3                   

39.000                    

4,84 s

4

GD 356

7 510

115 min.

5

RX Andromedae

40-45 000               

200 km/s

6

WR 142

200 000                  

1 000 km/s     

7

LHS 1140                  

3 131                    

131 day

8

DENIS 1048-39         

2 200

27 km/s

Table 1. Star rotation and temperature

Black holes are the most frequently placed in the centers of galaxies (bulges).

- A super-massive black hole with a diameter of 0.001-400 AU (In Milky Way 0,3 AU, 44 million kilometers). [1.]

- The central part of Milky Way (bulge - "In astronomy, a galactic bulge (or simply bulge) is a tightly packed group of stars within a larger star formation. The term almost exclusively refers to the central group of stars found in most spiral galaxies." ) has a diameter of 3 000 - 16 000 light-years [2] , i.e. 30 000 (from north to south) x 40 000 light –years at the equator (according to other authors). [3] „The bulge of the Milky Way appears to be fairly typical – a slightly flattened sphere of radius ~6,500 light years – while bulge sizes in other galaxies vary from several hundred to several tens of thousands of light years, depending on the type and size of the galaxy.“ From COSMOS - The SAO Encyclopedia of Astronomy › B

- A center of the galaxy (a bulge) consists of 10 million stars  per parsec3 (1 pc ≈ 3.261563777 ly), dust, gas and other smaller objects that orbit around stars and planets.

- the radius of Jupiter is 69 911 km.

- the distance of the center of Milky Way from Earth is ~27 000 light-years.

- the distance of Jupiter is 4,2 AU or a few thousand kilometers if a satellite is rotating around it.

For example:

A black hole's size is 100 AU.

A bulge of a galaxy is 10 000 ly or 632 410 000 AU (or 3 066 parsec).

Let's define AU with centimeters, let 100 AU be 1 cm.

If a black hole had a diameter of 100 AU (In Milky Way 0,3 AU), we would then have the value of 1 cm inside a sphere with a diameter of 6 324 100 cm (the volume of a sphere: V= 4/3 pi r^3).

The Nobel's Prize in Physics Award for the detection of a "black hole", with these values set above, seems illogical and irrational and, because of it, the next generations will be compelled to acquire suspicious knowledge.

The density of liquid hydrogen is 0.07 g/cm3 (solid: 0.0763 g/cm3), the density of liquid helium (at m.p.) 0.145 g/cm3. Solid helium has a density of 0.214±0.006 g/cm3 at 1.15 K and 66 atm; the projected density at 0 K and 25 bar (2.5 MPa) is 0.187±0.009 g/cm3. At higher temperatures, helium will solidify with sufficient pressure. At room temperature, this requires about 114,000 atm.[4] 

The density of Jupiter is 1.326 g/cm3.

These data undoubtedly state that Jupiter has to have a solid-liquid body, because when a value of 0.214±0.006 g/cm3 (i.e., the density of solid helium) is deducted from 1.326 g/cm3 (i.e., the density of Jupiter), there is a lack of matter, which has the density of 1.112 g/cm3.

Our scientific instruments and our scientists are unable to detect and measure the body of Jupiter  (Jupiter has a radius of 69,911 km) covered with gas, but they sure seem able to measure and get a Nobel Prize for "measuring" through a 1 500 to 15 000 light-years-thick layer of matter, consisting of 10 million stars per parsec  (In Milky Way 10 000 ly or 3 066 parsec and 10 million stars per parsec3), dust, gas and other smaller objects that rotate around stars and planets.

We are used to (because we are taught to) listen to the scientists and trust them because they have the authority and therefore their statements are not to be questioned. The reality is completely different. The credibility of scientific articles is very questionable and you can not read scientific texts the way laws are read, but with a high level of scepticism.

The information of the first observation of the "black hole" devouring a star is of the same level of (in)credibility. The last contact to a star can be made from a distance of a few tens of thousands light-years from the position of a black hole, marked by the scientists. How can they then claim that a star has a contact with an imaginary object at this distance? It can not be possible – not even in the wild imagination – for the teleportation of this time to carry objects – especially of that size – to these distances.

If the observed event was that a star disappears at the top of the galaxy pole, then there has to be a realistic reason for it, the one that is in accordance to the existing evidence and the laws of physics. The rotation of the galactic center cretaes cyclones at the poles, like those at the poles of gas giants and the Sun. Only the cyclones could be responsible for the events that are ascribed to the imaginary black hole and non-existing teleportation.“ From my earlier article (2016)

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