March 17, 2013
Black hole, gravitomagnetism, angular momentum, accretion disc, gravitational constant
Black holes and fast spinning stars attract the surrounding objects in a different way than Newtonian gravity. As shown by my work on Gravitomagnetism , the spin of fast spinning stars and black holes is far the most important factor in the behavior of nearby objects. This paper shows that the accretion disc of any black hole is orbiting in prograde way. Moreover, it is shown that the merge of spinning stars result in a quadratic increase of its gravitomagnetic field, which explains the formation of extremely strong gravitational centers in galaxies out of relatively few merges of stars. Finally it is explained that the accretion disc’s turbulence, curvature and quantity of the vortexes are predominant factors for the gravitational strength of a black hole. The measurement of the spin of a black hole depends mainly on this factor, and to a lesser extent, to a few other factors.