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The Black holes in the universe, filled by the gaseous dark matter


Burago, Sergey


Research Papers





Date Published:

February 2, 2015






This article discusses some of contradictions in explanations the nature of black holes. It is shown that the black holes with masses of ordinary stars are unstable. They should be destroyed by the action of centrifugal forces. The sizes of supermassive black holes in centers of spiral galaxies are too large. Being of such sizes they have very low densities. This contradicts to the idea about the black holes having the densities of neutron stars. Based on the ideas developed in the theory of the gaseous dark matter [1,2,3] we have recieved more realistic sizes of the black holes. At such sizes there are no contradictions in the modern theory of black holes.. In addition, in the article is explored the role of the black holes in the cycles of convertion of a matter and an energy in the universe. It is shown that the black holes in the centers of the spiral galaxies represent huge "pot", which is the sources of baryonic matter. The dark matter, which is absorbed from surrounding space, inside of the supermassive black holes is converted into baryonic matter, and then is spreading in the vastness of the universe. In this case, the black holes are no longer "singularities." In the article also it is shown that together with the dark matter black holes get tremendous energy.....

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