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**New Theories / Re: Do Black Holes turn into something like Quark Stars?**

« **on:**31/01/2024 23:13:18 »

Halc is simply trying to explain the intricacies of black holes by taking quotes and explaining the relevant errors. Unless one has a good grounding in GR(which I certainly don't) many statements may seem counter intuitive and difficult to grasp. I have never found Halc to take pleasure in correcting errors and I have seen him go to great lengths when some posters fail to understand some critical point with way more patience than I could ever muster.

Evidently that patience is understandably wearing thin....... here are a few notes I would like to add in response to certain statements that I found to be intriguing and subsequently would like to highlight them here......

1,Einstein himself did not specifically define black holes in his equations; rather, the concept emerged as a consequence of his theory.

2, Einstein's theory of general relativity provided the mathematical framework that allowed for the possibility of singularities to exist, particularly in the context of black holes. However, Einstein himself was initially skeptical about the existence of singularities.

3, When Karl Schwarzschild found a solution to Einstein's field equations that described a black hole, it contained a mathematical singularity at the center. This singularity implied a point of infinite density, which was a concept Einstein found troubling and at odds with his intuition about the physical universe.

4, Einstein interpreted the singularity as a mathematical artifact, suggesting that it might be a sign that general relativity breaks down under extreme conditions rather than a true representation of physical reality. He famously referred to singularities as "naked" singularities, indicating a problem with the theory rather than a physical phenomenon.

OK, so it seems I and Einstein share something in common, however, I still reckon a black hole is just a very dense object and the singularity as I said before is a creation of math to justify the solution, and in a much more scientific way I believe that Einstein basically said the same thing.