On the question of black holes.

Discussion of the article Preliminary Research on the Black Hole Type in M82

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From the point of view of neutron sciences (NS), a black hole appears after a collision of at least two galaxies and, as with any explosion, a vacuum zone forms in the center, since materials and gases move behind the shock wave. This vacuum region is the black hole to which the scattered materials are returned back by the pressure created by the explosion. Large primary pieces of planets and stars trapped in a black hole become the embryos of future stars. The materials around the black hole are in constant motion and rub against each other, resulting in giant electrical charges that are discharged in the form of lightning and coronal glow to the embryos. The emerging electric currents pull with them electrified dust, which settles on the embryos, increasing their mass. This is how child stars grow. These children heat up and an electrically conductive magma appears, and with it electromagnetic bodies (fields), which leads to both mutual attraction-absorption of each other (double stars) and mutual repulsion – displacement into the future arms of the galaxy. While the child star is in the black hole and increases its mass, it already starts to glow a little, but it is not a full-fledged star. A child becomes a real star when he goes out into the sleeve, surrounds himself with frozen ice and materials that cease to increase its mass and the surrounding electric pressure becomes less than the pressure of light, as a result of which a supernova explosion occurs with the discard of ice and materials, while the glow increases sharply. which is perceived as an explosion. After this “explosion”, the star begins to lose mass and becomes an active star. From what has been said, it clearly follows that a black hole is not a supermassive body – this time. Stars are not balls of gas, but solid spherical bodies with hot magma on the surface – these are two. On Earth, there is a crust on top of magma, and stars have pipes-filaments twisted from magma, like a spherical lamp made of light-guiding tubes. Light from the lamp and the stars comes out of the tubes. Where does the light in the filament tubes come from? At magma temperatures of 5000-6000 degrees Celsius on the surface of the star and the cold center, any material is a gas at the base of the pipe-filaments, and it does not consist of molecules, but of individual chemical elements. There is no magnetic “field” in this zone – it is located at the poles and the elements, being in the gas flow, rotate chaotically and collide with each other, collapsing into needles of light – this is a chain reaction-explosion with the appearance of a shock wave that moves to the exit from the pipe and pulls gases along with it. After leaving the pipe, the shock wave and the gases following it begin to move perpendicular to the pipe. Needles of light (antimatter) from other pipes, having a south magnetic pole in front, crossing these gases (north monopole-positive matter) magnetize them and become ultraviolet, or rather discrete laser light. Thus, laser light (ultraviolet light) increases the temperature of the solar corona. It also creates the main pressure on the planets and satellites, forcing them to rotate and, together with the magnetic body of the Sun, moves them in orbits.

Valery Andrus. Scientific Director BSA llc., Ukraine.

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September 3, 2021