Mathematical Physics


Black Holes in a Rotating Hologram Universe.

Authors: Dan Visser

Black holes are not what it looks like due to postmodern Big Bang interpretations. In my new cosmology black holes are part of a rotating hologram-universe. The black hole mass-density thereto is replaced by my new parameter Tdan, which makes mass-density of a black hole independent of the light speed in vacuum according to general relativity. General relativity has to be extended by refining the Planck-units in a domain below the Planck-boundary. Tdan is that refining-mechanism.

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