Inside the Black Hole
Keywords:Enmass, Demass, Blackhole
In my previous publication , I have shown if the Higgs field is static and all pervading in the universe then the entire universe will be collapsed. In fact the Universe is expanding and it is in a continuous rate. This expansion is done by dark energy. This dark energy is created from some universe space which is known as Black hole. This black hole absorbs mass and energy and supplies dark energy to the rest of the Universe and is termed as â€œEnergy stabilizer of the Universeâ€.
Here the author has introduced the concept of Energy Condensation state called â€œEnmassâ€ and conversion of mass to energy called â€œDemassâ€ within the Blackhole.
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Penrose, R. (2002). "Gravitational Collapse: The Role of General Relativity" General Relativity and Gravitation 34 (7): 1141.
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