The Neoclassical Physics and Quantum Gravity model informs us that supermassive black holes intermittently jet in-core Planck particles from their poles. This explains a lot about the universe. However it raises many new questions about how this mechanism functions.
What are the conditions that influence jet initiation? Spin? Merger? Charge? Magnetic field? Ingestion?
What causes the jet to stop? Depletion of Planck particles? Containment regained (why?).
Does a black hole and its event horizon shrink while jetting Planck particles? It seems logical. What are the alternatives?
How is the mass of the black hole influenced by in-core Planck particles formation and/or jetting? Since GR does not apply in the Planck core, does it still count towards mass of the black hole? I think Planck particles surrounded by other Planck particles can not transmit their mass nor be gravitationally influenced by other mass. Therefore as matter-energy joins a Planck core, it disappears gravitationally.
How do black hole mass changes impact galaxy dynamics? It seems logical that mass disappearance would have an effect on galaxy rotation curves.
Answering these questions via reverse engineering or science will require more research. This initial post is to plant a flag for further thought experiment, modeling, mathematics, and insight. Please contribute your ideas in the comments.
J Mark Morris
June 15, 2019 San Diego v1