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Sunday, 16 December 2012

Black Holes

                  
                                            Black Holes

                                        
      The phenomenon that is refereed to as Black Holes are the Universe's most powerful objects. They are located at the very centre of a galaxy, and can make up a large portion of a Galaxy. As much as 40%, or as little as 2%, and serve an important role in the outcome of our Universe. Our Universe stability exists because of Black Holes.

     Black Holes are described by Einstein Theorists as a mass so large forming a singularity that light cannot emit. Is this the case? Is there some other observed phenomenon that can help explain Black Holes?

     By observing black spots on the Sun, we can help explain one of the most unusual occurrences in the Universe.

     Black Spots on the Sun exhibit similar phenomenon as Black Holes. By studying these Black Spots we can relate to a better understanding of Black Holes.

     Black spots have very strong and active magnetic fields, upwards to 3000 Gauss. Black Spots exhibit NO or marginal mass, but similar to Black Holes, Sun spots do not allow light to emit from their surface. By simple deduction it must be the magnetic field of both Sun Spots and Black Holes that causes the anomaly of not allowing light to escape their surface.

What would cause light to slow due to a magnetic field?

     Light travels in the medium of time, and the magnetic field alters this medium that light travels in. As the medium is slowed the relative speed of light is also slowed.

     This is exactly what Maxwell postulated in the mid 1800's that light and a magnetic field are of the same phenomenon.

       As light travels through this active magnetic field, time is being contracted.  The faster time is contracted, the light travelling in this medium, appears to slow from our relative position. As the speed of contracting time continues to slow and finally reaches zero, the relative speed of light stops and the object eventually disappears from our sight and turns black.

    These Black Spots produce huge active spinning magnetic fields which can be seen from the earth, The magnetic flux on the Sun relative to the size of the earth in the fig. below also appears to torque.
This would indicate a twisting or turning action.



      Is a Black spot similar to looking straight down at the end of a bar magnet and observing the magnetic field as it curls back towards it's opposing pole? In the illustration below of a Sun Spot the magnetic field is curling back into the pole, just as the magnetic field is curling back in Bar Magnet.

                                                                          

      Does this bar magnetic extend to the very centre of the Sun.
Could the conditions on the surface of  black spot be artificially reproduced, to slow time and space?
To produce a magnetic field that spins through time.


                               
 

                                     
      The central area of a black spot is known as the Umbra and is by far the blackest, emitting no light, which is the very end of the magnetic pole. This is exactly how a Black Holes at the centre of a galaxy does not allow light to emit from it's surface. 

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