Hawking radiation

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Hawking radiation is named after Stephen Hawking, one of the most famous contemporary physicists. It states that, contrary to previous assumptions, black holes can emit radiation. Hawking attributes this to the instability of the vacuum, where a photon and its antiparticle can arise. With a black hole, a photon can leave the black hole while its antiparticle remains trapped forever. My theory is different: Black holes are the connection points between two universes, the symmetry points between twin universes. From our universe it may seem that one radiation quantum leaves the black hole while its antiparticle remains trapped. In reality, however, the antiparticle leaves the black hole in another universe. Accordingly, the term black hole is actually wrong. I think this process of particle pair generation happens all the time, even always, so that the black hole is actually the most radiant object in our universe and the source of all radiation. The term black hole goes back to Einstein, but he predicted objects that did not emit light at the time. His equation, in which he calculated the zero point, was an equation of the luminous intensity in lux. It was only the Americans who misunderstood him and claimed that no radiation would leave the black hole, which is completely wrong, as Hawking then proved.

The assumption that a black hole does not leave any radiation goes back to Albert Einstein. In "On Electordynamics Moving Bodies" he prophesies the fact that if the light circulates at speed of light, no photon breaks out, so to speak, because then the postulate of speed of light as the highest speed would be violated. So he sets up an equation that objects, in the vicinity of which the light circulates more and more strongly or also rotates, emit less and less light up to the limit value or the singularity black hole. Actually he should have noticed by then that his addition theorem of speeds the SRT (= special theory of relativity) cannot be correct. According to this theorem, it would be quite possible for light to break through circulating movements with speed of light. The resulting speed would be circulating even with c and let's say 10km / h breaking out still c, so that there is no theoretical contradiction.

But Hawking can also be right, the absolute theory is exactly the same opinion. Even with an object moving with speed of light c there are fluctuations, if the radiation does not circulate with c for a moment, it has to move either inwards or outwards. Since these fluctuations are relatively frequent, a maximum of radiation leaves the black hole. Gravitation alone is produced in a quantum mechanical description by the graviton. This graviton alone must be able to leave the ring of circulating radiation very well. As I said, Einstein ultimately only said that with such black holes the light radiation tends to zero and thus he has been proven to be right.

One can also combine the Hawking radiation with the background radiation of the universe. The ESA recently demonstrated that this noise does not hit the earth uniformly. Since this smoking is in the microwave range, the absolute theory says that the radiation could well come from the black hole in the middle of the Milky Way. This is based on the assumption that the more massive an object is, the more it splits the radiation and the frequencies that come out are smaller and smaller. The sun mainly emits photons in the visible range and in the infrared range, and the black hole in the Milky Way then covers the next spectrum, namely microwave radiation. It means waiting for further results from the ESA Mission Planck.