|Black hole- Center Mass vs Center of Mass
Don E. Sprague Copyright.
There is no observable difference between a black hole described as having a center mass compared to one
described as having a center of mass. You can not see a center mass but it can supposedly be measured.
However; a center of mass can actually be measured through calculations.
Binary stars are a pair of stars which revolve around a common center of mass. Likewise; black holes are simply many
stars or a cluster of stars which revolve around a common center of mass.
Based on laws of physics, binary stars and black holes are caught in a circular motion around a common center of mass
that has no real physical object at the common center of mass point. Binary stars have two stars to form the common
center of mass. Black holes have many stars that form the common center of mass. Telescopes observe nothing inside
binary stars and star clusters as expected. There is no physical object at the common center of mass point of binary stars
or black hole cluster stars.
As expected, by comparing earth to our black hole star cluster, the center of mass is not moving. The black hole is like
the center of a space storm which is not moving compared to the arms of the storm. The earth motion is subordinate to
the black hole star cluster or space storm we are moving within.
Black hole theory types:
- Typical black holes form after an explosion blew away the stuff.
- Binary and black hole star cluster center of mass formed from attractions among ambient stuff.
Basic: Typical black holes theory:
The formation of typical black holes theory is a contradiction. When a star engine stops, it explodes or may just have a
loss of mass so it has less gravity. We know that an explosion will cause the whole stuff to move away and leave a hole or
void. A whole thing has mass and gravity. A hole does not have mass or gravity. With nothing in the center and no
mass or gravity, there is nothing to form a new center mass. A star demise does not cause more gravity after it lost
gravity and mass. Less mass means less gravity to attract other stuff.
Basic: Black hole star cluster theory:
The formation of a star cluster rim around a black hole common center of mass is very logical straight forward space
based type of vortex mechanics. The processes that form planets and stars and binary stars are the same processes
that form star clusters circling a common center of mass.
Each rim object has real mass and a gravity funnel. Two or more object will become trapped in each other’s gravity
funnel. The two or more objects form a center of mass gravity funnel. As a result, the hole in the middle essentially has
a center of mass that is made up of an aggregate function of the whole rim mass objects. As the real rim or the center of
mass increases, the cluster attracts more objects with their common center of mass increasing.
Star cluster black holes form in ways that are similar to single star and binary star formation. Just as binary stars get into
a death spiral, Black hole star clusters get into a death spiral and merge to form a single star. Then eventually, that
single star engine stops as star do.
Black hole Impossibilities and Possibilities.
Typical black holes are described as a mathematical impossibility monstrosity singularities. They have gravity going to
infinity and time slowing to a stop. Typical black holes are extremely large real center masses supposedly explained by
Einstein's theory of relativity, which describes how time is not constant because a person on a train can not know the train
is moving and gravity is the same as acceleration because a person on an elevator can not know he is on an elevator. As
a result, time and space are infinitely variable while the speed of light is constant across moving frames of reference such
as a train, an elevator and the earth. Einstein addresses large mass while quantum mechanics addresses extremely
small spatial dimensions. Einstein relativity and quantum mechanics are incompatible and the equations break down into
Black hole star clusters and binary stars center of mass are basically described with space based vortex mechanics using
Classical Hierarchy Relativity. Since the center of mass is not a physical object, it can not be seen and does not go to
infinity. Time and space are constant so there is no math singularity. There is no conflict between small and large physics
so the largest and the smallest things including black holes center of mass are addressed the same with constant space
time of Classical Hierarchy Relativity.
A black hole is supposedly an absolute absorption point that pulls in ALL stuff from great distances. I argue that there is
no absolute absorption field. The absence of an absolute absorption field is supported by information about out drafts
known as jets. Just as a tornado has up and down drafts in the eye of the storm, a black hole eye has out drafts.
If a Black Hole is a real physical mass;
- It continually has an absolute absorption boundary where nothing EVER escapes. The absolute absorption boundary is
larger than the physical mass.
- It has a continual gravitational lens,
- emission objects passing behind the physical mass or even behind the absolute absorption field boundary will not be
seen. The location of the distant object will be distorted when it is passing through the gravitational lens that extends
beyond the absolute absorption boundary.
- It continually feeds on available stuff.
- Nothing ever escapes the absolute absorption boundary so jets will not happen.
If a Black hole is Common Center of Mass as in binary stars,
- It DOES NOT have an absolute absorption boundary so stuff does escape.
- It DOES NOT have a real single gravitational lens.
- It has a compound gravitational lens that is formed by each component star gravitational lens. An object passing behind
a Common Center of Mass will be distorted based on the proximity of each real star gravitational lens. If no stars are
close to the Common Center of Mass, there will not be distortion of light from another distant star behind the Black Hole.
If one or more stars are close to the Common Center of Mass, each of those stars will have a variable impact on light
from another distant star behind the Black Hole.
— Other NEARBY stuff is more attracted to each component star but less attracted to the Common Center Of Mass.
— Conversely, other FAR DISTANT stuff is more attracted to the Common Center of Mass but less attracted to individual
center component stars.
- The Common Center of Mass DOES NOT ever directly “feed”. It seems to feed when two or more stars are close enough
to each other to allow one star to temporarily feed on the other star.
— As the distance between a feeding star and it’s food source star increases, more stuff escape because there is no
absolute absorption to pull in stuff from the star feeding event.
The science community acknowledges that: Einstein relativity is not going to be safe for much longer. It is
true that Einstein relativity is safe for now but it is not safe for much longer. It is just a simple issue of how
the science community will decide how to move away from Einstein’s theories.
All of this is as been shown for years in the Relativity Essay.
Copyright Don E. Sprague All rights reserved. Updated 06 and 18 April 2012, 13 May 2012, based on 2007