vextryyn Posted March 31, 2014 Share Posted March 31, 2014 (edited) Element 534 I am not actually proposing that element 534 i am proposing that inside the center of a plack hole is matter. The center of a black hole is a mystery. But I believe that black holes are actually planets made of elements so heavy that they can distort space and time around them. As a star makes heavier and heavier until its core becomes unstable the core either explodes and becomes a dwarf or implodes and becomes a black hole. I believe that a star large enough could produce an element heavy enough in its core to have enough of a gravitational field to absorb the star around it. All of the elements would come to the surface around it shredded by the gravitational field. The elements that would compose the planet would probably decay until the black hole is no more. The gravitational field of the planet of elements would be so intense that the size of the planet may be much smaller than the hole itself. As larger elements pass through the gravitational field of the planet they would be shredded to their smallest form. In the case of larger black holes I believe they have liquid cores spinning around a smaller core (much like earth) causing an orbit around a central axis. When a quasar is formed I believe that all of the elements have been spinning around the equitoral region eventually when the space between the inner planet and the gravitational field will have so much material that the gravitational field cant support it. The material inside will be spinning so fast that the poles will rip open and expel all the material. any comments questions or criticism is greatly appreciated Edited March 31, 2014 by vextryyn Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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