Thursday, 11 September 2008

WHY black holes split and pair to form stars or galaxies

Herbig Haro objects are in mainstream physics thought to be originated by stars in the making.

HOWEVER according to my new black hole paradigm, Herbig Haro objects are the origin of stars in the making and the origin of open star clusters, with TWO or even more  black holes at each end of the synchrotron jet, located inside the so called "hotspot" at the end of the jets.
In the bigbang inflation period these black holes are supposed to bethe primordial splintersof the big bang black holes, to form first spiral galaxies . Later only SN (supernova ) black holes are supposed to be responsible for open star clusters..
Even OUR SUN is supposed to be the remnant of such an open star cluster system with at least one black hole located at about one lightyear distance from each pole!
On a larger scale just after the big bang, Herbig Haro objects should have been active as the origin of galaxies and galaxy clusters.

The Carina nebula is a playground for splitting and pairing massless black holes.
Gas dust pillar regions like the Carina nebula, are well known cradles of stars. In addition we may say, cradles for fast multiplying mini black holes.
These newly formed black holes have a peculiar habit, they seem to pair in groups to form temporal visible Herbig Haro (HH) objects as the start of an open star cluster located in the centre of these paired hotspots.
However according to the images, there are multiple ways for these black holes to split and meet each other.

Herbig Haro hotspots seem to be only temporal visible manifestations at the end of the splitting and pairing black hole process.

Not only at this scale we can find such dumbbell structures but all over the cosmos, from HH objects to Galaxy clusters. See Coma cluster by Chandra image.
Conclusion, we need a new scenario for black holes, because they seem to repel Fermions and leave gas channels behind as found in most nebula and other strange objects ( see below) around us.

Black holes seem to like splitting if the vacuum Higgs pressure (Casimir) around the NEW black hole nucleus decreases below a certain level (inside the Big Bang) or if the Vacuum pressure becomes anti-symmetrical due to the approach of other (smaller) black holes.

As a consequence the largest black holes we will mostly find at the edge (outer Halo) of non-merging Galaxies. (see below for the Andromeda galaxy in x-ray and optical)

Andromeda (M31) in x-ray showing multiple black hole hotspots

Optical Andromeda by Hubble telescope.

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