The Joy of X : Priya Natarajan

NEOCLASSICAL PHYSICS AND QUANTUM GRAVITY
Imagine that nature emerges from a Euclidean 3D void space populated with immutable oppositely charged Planck spheres, which we call the electrino and the positrino. These are the only carriers of energy, in electromagnetic and kinetic form. They observe classical mechanics and Maxwell’s equations. Nature overlays Euclidean space (Map 1) with a lightly interacting Riemannian spacetime æther (Map 2). 𝗡𝗣𝗤𝗚 is compatible with GR, QM, and ΛCDM observations, while providing a superior narrative that explains nature and the universe.
For 𝗡𝗣𝗤𝗚 basics see: Idealized Neoclassical Model and the NPQG Glosssary.

The Joy of X‘ is a podcast hosted by mathematician Dr. Steven Strogatz and sponsored by Quanta Magazine. Steven had a discussion with black hole scientist Dr. Priya Natarajan on his January 22, 2020 podcast. I’ll make a few comments on how Priya’s work relates to NPQG.

Priya’s doctoral work at Cambridge with Dr. Martin Rees in the late 1990s was on “how to integrate the growth, formation, and evolution of black holes into the larger picture of assembly of galaxies and structure in the universe“. At that time Priya notes that a very good theory already existed on ‘assembly of galaxies and structure in the universe’ and that it was just beginning to be realized that each galaxy had a supermassive black hole in the center. The approach that Priya took was to shoehorn the supermassive black holes into the existing theory.

I find this both amusing and frustrating given the insights from NPQG, because the correct thing to do would have been to set aside the existing theory and start over with a clean slate. In NPQG there is no one-time inflation and big bang. Instead the supermassive black holes are the primary recycling furnaces that consume matter-energy, which under certain conditions can form a Planck particle core of electrinos and positrinos, and under certain other conditions the Planck core can breach the event horizon at the poles, jetting Planck plasma which inflates and generally follows the timeline attributed to the big bang. However rather than a single event, this is an irregular periodic event for each SMBH in each galaxy. Isotropy in the universe occurs because all of the SMBH are following the exact same physics.

The more I think about it, the magnitude of the error of this approach to the problem is astounding. Think about it. Science discovers that each galaxy has a supermassive black hole in the center, and the scientists choose to fit the SMBH into the constraints of models of the universe that don’t have SMBH in the center of galaxies. This is one of the greatest mistakes in modern science history.

The golden age of black hole science is considered to be from the late 1950’s to the early 1970’s. It is my view that Stephen Hawking and others did a great disservice by prematurely closing the field of black hole science to new research by declaring the primary principles inviolable, in particular that nothing can escape a black holes except for Hawing radiation. By the time of Priya’s work in the late 1990’s, with the core scientific principles of black holes considered established, there was apparently no realization that supermassive black holes could form Planck cores which could breach the event horizon. The choice not to revisit black hole science in the context of supermassive black holes is a second mistake. This mistake is further compounded when one considers that Einstein’s general relativity predicts a singularity in a black hole, which is commonly known as an indicator of an incomplete theory of general relativity as well as an indicator of our lack of knowledge of the science of the interior of black holes.

Let’s review the GR-QM era understanding of black holes versus NPQG.

GR-QM Era Black HolesNPQG Black Holes
Only Hawking radiation escapes a black hole.A Planck core can breach a black hole event horizon via polar jets or rupture in a collision.

Hawking radiation theory is not disputed.
Internals of black holes are unknown and untestable. The jets or rupture emissions and their characteristics and effects provide evidence that can help to understand the internals of black holes.
Einstein’s singularity is known to be unrealistic but no natural solution is proposed.A Planck core can form from electrinos and positrinos at the Planck energy, perhaps arranged in some form of lattice that serves as the ultimate battery or capacitor.
Accretion disk flow influenced by magnetic fields is the source matter-energy for polar jets.The jets are primarily Planck plasma escaping the event horizon at the poles during a Planck core breach.

It may be possible that accretion disk flow is also swept up into the jets.
Black hole jets are not superluminal and the ones that look superluminal to our instruments are actually at narrow angles oriented towards our instruments.Black hole jets are composed of Planck plasma which is piercing through spacetime æther. Since spacetime æther temperature is what determines the speed of light, and the spacetime æther is not present in the hottest portions of the jet, then those portions of the jet can be superluminal.
No acknowledgement of Arp and the Burbidge’s ideas on baby galaxies at the terminii of black hole jets.During a black hole jet event, the terminus of each jet is the location where matter-energy will pile up. This matter-energy cluster can be a nursery for a new galaxy.
The mass of a black hole is determined by the accumulated matter-energy that has been ingested.The matter-energy on the interior of a Planck core can not present a mass nor participate in gravity since there is no way for energy to flow in a Planck core. All internal particles and their internal neighbors are at the maximum Planck energy.
Black Hole Theory Comparison

The Joy of X episode with Steven Strogatz and Priya Natarajan is nevertheless worth listening to as a representation of the history and state of the art of black hole science.

J Mark Morris : San Diego : California : February 7, 2020 : v1

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