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Central Bulge In Blackhole

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Posted by Lyle Waymire on August 16, 2003 07:38:16 UTC

I would propose ,first assuming that Steven Hawking hasn't already thought of it already,that in the center of black holes (actually spanning the entire opening of the hole),is a bulge,a dome,that varies in heighth(heighth is proportioal to the size of the hole).As the hole grows,the bulge would eventually become a kind of raging,screaming mountain that tears matter as it enters the hole.
Or so went the dream.I do believe Steven talked of a bulge.I dreamt it.And it does rage!Screams!
Reminds me:I don't think dark matter will be detected,or if it really exists,at least in this dimension.Since we really don't know where blackholes spew thier stew,maybe the dm is 'out there' with the rest of the stuff;a continual 'reburp' of digested stuff;maybe dm just doesn't exist!if a 'rotating universe' is at play(check my idea in last nights'post)
'pondering....

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