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Posted by Don Jarvis on April 21, 2003 22:27:29 UTC

The concept black hole is incompatible with infinite time. Everything would go into a black hole and all the black holes would come together and the universe would go steady state. If time is infinite, it would have happened already. It hasn't. Therefore either time is not infinite or the black hole concept is wrong. I believe that time is infinite, therefore in my system the black hole concept is wrong. If there is no black hole there is no event horizon.
I believe massively compacted aggregates of matter are instable, due to their electron-positron composition. Eventually under extreme compaction, one or more pairs of like particles will be so close together that repulsive force(s) will initiate fission.
If the repulsive force is inversely proportional to some power of the separation distance, imagine the force created by near zero separation.

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