tavajoh, amir ali
September 4, 2016
black holes, rotational black holes, geodesic, curves, Schwarzschild's Radius,General Relativity, relativistic length contraction, tidal forces, Mach Principle, Angular momentum conservation, X-ray Binaries, Einstein-Rosen Bridge, White Hole, Doppler Effe
Based on the Mach’s Theory, black holes warp the space time in a way that geodesic for every object which is moving toward black hole start to bend from the straight line and object starts to rotate around the black hole. Even light cannot be able to escape from the strong gravitational field of black hole. Before arriving to the Schwarzschild’s Sphere, object faces with length extension because of the difference between amount of tidal forces on the nearest and furthest points of object that take the object apart and after passing the Schwarzschild’s sphere we would be unable to get any information from the object, based on the Special relativity of Einstein, the parts of object face with length contraction. At the Ergo sphere Region of black hole, a particle that gets into it will divide into 2 pieces, one of them falls into the black hole and another gets out of the Schwarzschild sphere very fast and it’s called the black hole radiation. According to the Diagram drawn by R. Rafini and J. Weeler that shows space time near black hole, we can be able to travel to the future or from past to now through the white hole but we are unable to travel to the third world which is like a mirror to our world unless we go with the speed of over the speed of light through the Time Tunnel.