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Corpus ID: 55484312

The Black Hole With A Finite-Size Nucleus Based On The Conservation of Energy And Asymptotic Freedom

@inproceedings{Pei2018TheBH,
title={The Black Hole With A Finite-Size Nucleus Based On The Conservation of Energy And Asymptotic Freedom},
author={Ting-Hang Pei},
year={2018}
}

From analysis of light geodesic along the radial direction, an infinite time for light passing through the event horizon of the black hole seems to be an unreasonable physical solution. The same situation is also for the massive particle. To compress all particles to a singularity also causes another energy conservation problem because the black hole is evolutional from a star which only has finite mass-equivalency energy. A discussed case about shrinking 2x10^30 Coulomb electrons into a sphere… CONTINUE READING