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Big Bang Explosion - The Big Bang Theory is the most widely accepted cosmological model for describing the origins of the observable universe and its subsequent large-scale development.

Einstein's theory of general relativity makes some of the most profound predictions, including black holes. They were first investigated as a mathematical consequence of the theory rather than as physically meaningful objects, but they quickly evolved into general and often unavoidable results of the gravitational collapse that produces a galaxy.

Because of their small size and the fact that they emit no light, black holes are difficult to detect firsthand. However, the impact of their massive gravitational fields on neighboring stuff can be "seen." If a black hole is part of a binary star system, for example, stuff flowing into it from its companion becomes intensely heated and then emits abundant X-rays before entering the black hole's event horizon and disappearing forever. A black hole is one of the stars in the binary X-ray system Cygnus X-1.

Nonstellar origins are thought to exist in some black holes. Large amounts of interstellar gas are thought to accumulate and collapse into supermassive black holes at the centres of quasars and galaxies, according to several researchers. The energy produced by a mass of gas falling rapidly into a black hole is believed to be more than 100 times that released by the same amount of mass by nuclear fusion. As a result, the huge energy output of quasars and certain galactic systems could be explained by the gravitational collapse of millions or billions of solar masses of interstellar gas into a large black hole.

Black Hole - A black hole is a region of spacetime where gravity is so powerful that nothing will ever escape it, including particles and electromagnetic waves like light.

In fact, most physicists believe our galaxy orbits around a supermassive black hole at its heart. There are many alternative theories, such as "dark matter" (an invisible substance thought to make up most of the matter in the universe). However, a team of Indian scientists from Proxemers has anticipated what is going on within the black hole.

In this theory, they claimed that “The gravitational theory is the most accredited theory for explaining black holes. In this paper, they present a new interpretation based on the relativistic theory that explains the formation of the universe most importantly what happens when particles get into a black hole and the consequence of the relativistic speed of departure between the speed of the celestial system and the speed of both light and quantum rays at very high energy, calculated with respect to the observer.”

Santosh concludes that “Our universe was formed by a black hole, according to him, and he also argues that there are numerous universes, one of which gave birth to our one, and so black holes serve as portals for the creation of the universe.” This paper was officially published by Santosh Arron and his Team named “Proxemers” on March 2022 at ResearchGate.


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