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Gravitational Wave and Transparent Crystal Black Hole

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DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103038    998 Downloads   1,527 Views Citations


This paper uses the results of the latest Unified Field Theory (UFT) and the experimental results of the recent experiments of gravitational wave to study the configuration of a black hole. We conclude that a black hole has no singularity state. Instead, particles in a black hole form a stable system. Topologically, octahedron particles form sphere with two poles. A black hole always releases energy at the poles. If a black hole has an accretion disk, the particles from disk will wrap around the black hole, twist upwards, accelerated by out-going black hole energy at the poles, and ejected out at the top of a pole to form a black hole jet. The predictions made in the paper provide valuable insight regarding the inner workings of the black hole. We hope that our work can help future studies regarding gravitational waves, black hole, and dark energy.

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Cao, Z. and Cao, H. (2016) Gravitational Wave and Transparent Crystal Black Hole. Open Access Library Journal, 3, 1-8. doi: 10.4236/oalib.1103038.

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