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Coonrod-Barnes Theory of Expansion According to Newton’s third law, every reaction force has an equal and opposite reaction. We find this true in Astronomy, especially for stars, where the opposing gravitational forces inwards and radiation forces outwards provide balance to keep them burning bright. But we’re led to believe that in black holes, gravitational forces win out and there is no counteracting force. I find this false: 1.) Dark energy is the counteracting force to black holes’ gravitational implosion. 2.) Space-time has a maximum density: 1 quark per quark dimension. Forcefully overpower this density, you rip a hole in space-time in which the curvature becomes infinitely warped in the vertical direction and the quarks become infinitely compressed into a singularity. As quarks in a singularity are compressed however, Newtonian laws don’t break down: there is still aforce to counter the singularity’s immense gravitational forces inward. Gravitational forces collapsing inward in a black hole are balanced out by dark energy’s force radiating outward. This force is caused by quarks, ceaselessly failing to break apart from each other and not occupy the same point in space-time. 3.) This force, (quark degenerative pressure), rendered futile by overwhelming gravitational pressure, succeeds in creating ripples of gravitational waves, (horizontal warping in the fabric of space-time), outward, which collide with opposing gravitational waves radiated from other singularities. The collision of these opposing waves and their subsequent reversal push superclusters apart, a phenomenon observed as: “dark energy”. As the amount of matter caught in black holes is consistently increasing, so is the force of dark energy, which explains why the rate of expansion of the universe is accelerating.[attachment=21313]Hello forum members. Recently, I've been developing a theory about the relationship between black holes and dark energy. As this seems to be a center for knowledge and discussion, I would appreciate some expert input. Please let me know what you think, and the best way to pursue publishing such a theory.*Note*: Barnes is the last name of my current high school astronomy teacher; she hasn't had any input on the theory so far, but I think it will be appropriate to partially dedicate it in her honor if it's correct.
Fact: The universe is expanding at an accelerating rate. Since this rate of expansion is not constant, some sort of energy must be causing this expansion. We call this unknown source of energy: "Dark Energy". It's not something of the imagination, though arguably one's hypothesis of what dark energy specifically is could be imaginary.
Interesting , but to have a theory you would need to observe and explain what dark energy is. Presently dark energy is just something of the imagination, imagination is not fact, so until you can or someone else can find and observe dark energy, then theories involving dark energy are similar to Harry Potter and make believe.
Fact: The universe is expanding at an accelerating rate. Since this rate of expansion is not constant, some sort of energy must be causing this expansion. We call this unknown source of energy: "Dark Energy".
It's not something of the imagination, though arguably one's hypothesis of what dark energy specifically is could be imaginary.