Heald, Graeme Robert
June 9, 2018
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A contradiction has been found between the gravitational singularity at the centre of a black hole predicted by general relativity and the exclusion principle. General relativity asserts that collapsing stars over a certain size mass have no stable orbits and will become a gravitational singularity forming a „black hole‟, having finite mass within a point sized space within an event horizon. On the other hand, the Pauli-exclusion principle predicts that for large collapsing stars, a quark-gluon plasma will be created to form a quark star at the central core inside an event horizon. The exclusion principle will thus preclude the collapse of a star into a gravitational singularity at the centre of a black hole.
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