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My theory on expanding universe

  1. Feb 18, 2012 #1
    First let me start by saying thank you for taking the time to read this. On watching a program on the bbc relating to black holes and the comparison to a waterfall it got me thinking if matter was to fall through a black hole and be supper heated as it reaches the center if this is the case why cant the matter be heated to a point that it is no longer affected by the gravitational pull of the event and is then re dispersed into our galaxy to reconfigure into gasses for new stars to form. Just a thought what if the black hole centered at each galaxy was like a centrifuge the spinning of the black hole is what spins our galaxy and consequently creates gravitational pull over each galaxy it inhabits. Thank you please comment
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  3. Feb 18, 2012 #2


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    jsradad, Welcome to Physics Forums!

    You have not read the rules here. They are at the very top of every page...just click on "rules". If you had read them, you would not make such an "overly speculative post".

    QUOTE: " It is against our Posting Guidelines to discuss, in the PF forums or in blogs, new or non-mainstream theories or ideas that have not been published in professional peer-reviewed journals or are not part of current professional mainstream scientific discussion. Non-mainstream or personal theories will be deleted."

    So, before this whole thread gets deleted, may I make a suggestion? Study some real astrophysics textbooks about black holes and galaxy dynamics. Then, when you have some doubt about a process or mechanism, come back here and post your question. I guarantee folks will be glad to assist you to understand real astrophysics.

  4. Feb 19, 2012 #3


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    While Bobby is correct in that too much speculation is normally not allowed, as long as the OP is willing to learn I don't think we'll have a problem. Unfortunately Jsradad, nothing in your post is anything like how the universe works. Before asking "what if" questions I highly recommend learning more about the topic. There are many sites available online that will help you to learn the standard scientific models. My best advice beyond that is that if you come across anything that has no observable evidence just ignore it for now as it will only confuse you.This includes many of the non standard theories such as String Theory, M-Theory, and others. Here's a few links to look at:

  5. Feb 19, 2012 #4


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    jsradad, Your comparison of a black hole centered at each galaxy being like a centrifuge, the spinning BH is what spins our galaxy, etc. reminds me of Frame Dragging. Read about it here and see if perhaps it fits with your ideas:

  6. Feb 19, 2012 #5
    Let me just say thank you to the people that have commented. As i said it is a theory and physics has a whole department surrounding theoretical physics as for reading more on black holes this again is based on theoretical physics the question that surrounds black holes is one that i have spent time on and just because this has not been published or researched does not take any value away from the idea that i have as with most science it is trial and error and unless this has been debunked i would like to further researched and try to gather some evidence to prove or disprove that this could be a plausible theory. Please don't forget that the once late great Albert Einstein came to the conclusion that black holes could not exist in our galaxy also sometimes speculation is a good fuel for science without it would we bother to try prove or disprove theory's.
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