EXPLODING BLACK HOLES Chapter 24 Physics of the Universe Copyright (c) by Gerald Grushow This is a short chapter to explain the mechanism by which black holes explode. The physicists and astronomers have written equations for the explosion of stars into white dwarfs, etc. The author is not familiar with the details of such calculations. It seems reasonable that the theory of exploding stars is basically correct. In the end of the process we are left with neutrons without any excessive energy. If there is no excessive energy, the neutron stars will not emit light. Thus a condition can arise where the neutrons or radius 1.4087E-15 are compressed even further near the proton radius of 1.321E-15. The proton is a very strong stucture. You can shrink the electron orbital radius down to the surface of the proton but you cannot go much further. Since the Bohr orbit is 0.528E-10, the size of a black neutron star of compared to our sun would be: Radius Black neutron Star/Radius Sun = (Rproton/Rbohr)^3 (24-1) This calculates to be: R(BNS)/Rsun = 1.566E-14 (14-2) Likewise: Rsun/R(BNS) = 6.38E13 (14-3) We see in equation 14-3 that a black neutron sun would be a factor of ten to the fourteenth power smaller than our sun. Of course this is only an approximation since our sun may not be exactly equivalent to the Bohr Orbit. The important thing is that the size of a black neutron star is extremely small. A larger star would produce a larger black neutron star. We could call this a black hole because it has no photon energy outside the very compressed energy in the neutron orbit. For our matter we find electron energy at 8 MEV for heavy atoms. However when we compress the neutron into a black hole, the light speed of the electron goes upward. Thus the black hole is a bomb waiting to explode. The black hole will absorb photon energy. As the energy is absorbed, the electron in the neutrons orbit will go faster.Eventually over a long period of time the electron will gain a speed of C. An electron can gain a speed of C without an infinity of energy. In the beginning the electron and the proton both had a speed of C. The protons in this galaxy took on the stationary standing wave form while the electron shed its energy and became the weak electron. On other galaxies we have electrons with stationary waveshapes and little protons who roam around them. These are the antimatter galaxies which coexist with us. As soon as the compression has been completed and additional energy has been absorbed by the electron in the neutron orbit, the electron reaches the saturation speed of the speed of light. Thus the electron reaches 938.2 MEV. We then have an electron and a proton with the same energy. Any further increase of energy will cause the electron to lose synchronization. The black hole is already ready to explode when some of its inner electrons have reached light speed. However once you exceed the light speed slightly, the inner electrons will become the great and famous antiproton. And then wamo bingo, you get the most tremendous explosion that could ever occur. The black hole becomes a giant atomic bomb. This explosion will then create a new solar system. Thus the explosion of a black hole produces the Earth and our sun. We came from an exploding black hole.gg