07-09-2022 08:28 AM
BLACK HOLES UNEXIST? UNIFIED THEORY BETWEEN THE "FIFTH FORCE" AND THE GRAVITATIONAL FORCE" IN GENERAL RELATIVITY
07-11-2022 06:34 AM
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02-03-2023 11:38 AM
LOGICAL MATHEMATICAL DEMONSTRATION THAT BLACK HOLES DO NOT EXIST USING WEINBERG
STEVE BOOK. (for who knows physics).
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1) Black holes do not exist?
2) Yes. Black
holes do not exist.
1) Why? Show the demonstration. 2)This is the demonstration.
2)
Get the book of author Steven Weinberg, “Gravitation and Cosmology” 1972, at
chapter 8.2 and follow the wrong logic of Schwarzschild.
So it says at chapter 8.2
page 179, that “the field equations for empty space are”
Rµ?=0.
But if it’s an empty
space it means that the mass of any astrophysical object is
zero, (for example
stars which mass is zero M=0); so even the gravitational
potential f=-GM/r = 0,
(see (3.4.4), Weinberg book, where r is the radius of the
star); and so even the
energy-momentum tensor is zero, Tij=0(see chapter 2.8 and
5.3 and formula (5.3.4),
Weinberg book).
So when in the book of Weinberg says on page 180 writing about the
formula: rB
(r)=r+constant1 (8.2.9) where B(r) = gtt is the time metric tensor: “To
fix the
constant1 of integration we recall that at great distances, r="long
distance",
from a central mass M…” that for hypothesis of "empty space" (that has
an infinite
extension without boundaries), the mass is zero M=0, the gravitational
potential
of that distant star is zero, f=-GM/r = 0 implies B=1 and so constant1=0
(and not
constant1=2GM). That means curvature with "flat space" when Rµv=0. So the
formula
of Schwarzschild is wrong: B(R)=[1-2MG/r] (see wrong logic and formula
(8.2.10),
Weinberg book). And this means, even that it’s failed the use of
Schwarzwild
radius R that satisfies a singularity as 2MG/R =1. So black holes
horizon of
events doesn’t exist. Further considerations in future papers will be
made
introducing the “fifth force” of GibbonsG.W.-Fischbach.E 1986, in the theory
of
general relativity together with the energy-momentum tensor Tij.
So if we found
that the time metric tensor B(r)=gtt=1 and radius metric tensor A(r)=grr=1 in
empty space, that means that
black holes do not exist for any value of star radius
r.
So stars do not become black holes. And black holes do not exist in the
universe.