Do Black Holes Emit Spacetime Aether?

I asked ChatGPT about research on superfluid models of spacetime, specifically regarding where superfluid comes from in those models. ChatGPT gracefully dodged the question, but in doing so, provided context for a new speculative idea that occurred to me. This idea is counter-intuitive, yet clever enough to possibly be correct.

This could be a bizarre idea. I almost rejected it out of hand. Is it possible that spacetime aether, which is so amazing at shielding energy, is created in black holes and emits through the event horizon due to its amazing properties?

I’ve been wondering for quite some time how spacetime aether (aka Higgs clusters of pro and anti Noether cores) behaves around a black hole. I had thought of the ideas that perhaps the black hole would ingest spacetime aether at some rate or that perhaps it would somehow deplete the spacetime aether for some distance around the black hole. Neither of those seemed particularly logical nor a good explanatory fit with the NPQG model.

Science says nothing escapes the event horizon except Hawking radiation. However, current science is off track narratively, so its not clear that the model for black holes and event horizons is correct. Furthermore, even within standard astrophysics, most of the discussion is about photons inability to escape a black hole which is a conclusion from GR/QM era physics that does not understand the implementation of photons.

I continue to predict that Planck point charge plasma may, under certain conditions, escape an SMBH via polar jets. This seems explanatory to me in terms of the vast energies of the jets and the distances they travel. However, this is a speculative idea from the early NPQG era.

What about spacetime aether itself? Is it possible that it is emitted by black holes through the surface? It’s seems kind of odd to think of spacetime aether as an output of a reaction, especially at the scale of a black hole. It’s as if the black hole would be outgassing spacetime aether. This would be far more interesting than Hawking radiation. If this mechanism exists, it is yet another case of nature being the trickster, metaphorically.

What else could black hole emission of spacetime aether help explain? Might it have some role in galaxy rotation curves? It might makes sense that an outward spherical spacetime aether wind, which also inflates and expands, would impact galaxy dynamics. I have mentioned before the effect of mass disappearance at a black hole due to superposition. This outgassing of spacetime aether is another mechanism where massy particles could decay and be repurposed into amazingly well shielded Higgs particles.

If it is the case that black holes can emit spacetime aether then this mechanism would need to be factored into the overall set of matter-energy recycling processes. What are the main balancing processes that consume spacetime aether and transmute it into other standard model assemblies? I’ve always presumed that the denser the spacetime aether, the higher the rate of pair production. If so, what proportion of the aether recycling happens in the galaxy center, near the SMBH, or near other BH?

J Mark Morris : Boston : Massachusetts