Black Hole-like Formation Phenomenon

By: ehsan bashiri

6)Conclusion

Now we are ready to answer that question asked at the beginning of the paper; how can we model rules of a distinct set to form a continuous structure?

In fact what an observer records is the result of our surrounding physical actions. All of observers in a specific frame of reference will feel the same physical relations, but it is not necessary condition for another observer to record them with the same magnitudes. The physics task is to attribute specific transformations to fundamental principles of particles for all of observers to make them all looked the same. Since we are able to reduce the rate of objects viewed in a camcorder till to see the passage of only one image in front of our eyes at one second, but do not forget that we should multiply all of these laws and relations applied in this new frame by a specific transformation. Certainly, there is difference between the quantity of one second time in two frames. The Relativity has taught us this comprehension. And moreover, the assumption of seeing and not seeing the pharoses can be explained easily.

As we saw, the distance concept in imaginary space time of differs from that of in real spacetime and after integrating them we found actually that the waiting time in for an observer of real space frame of reference is equivalent to zero seconds, by using a specific transformation equal to We would get the familiar form of relativistic particles motion equations. Hence, we tried to perform this useful assumption in our real events. So we could prove that at a particular time , the electron will change into a black hole-like object and finally we used this assumption to renew the mechanism of formation of black holes from stars.

Therefore the entire attempt of this paper was to not ignoring the fundamental principles of quantum and relativity physics and could solve our world ambiguities as easy as possible.



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7)Wikipedia search about Black holes, available at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_hole

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