The traditional standard model description of a black hole says that they suck in everything around them, (even light) and that nothing except a small amount of radiation (Hawking radiation) is able to escape, leading them to eventually “evaporate”, which causes a major issue called the “information paradox”.
If we know that energy has to be conserved (that is, it can’t ever be destroyed, that it only change state) then where does all the energy (mass) that falls into a black hole go?
Nassim Haramein‘s holofractographic model for the universe revises the model of black holes by modifying the topology of space-time dynamics and structure. Rather than a black hole being described as being like a funnel curving down to a point (singularity), Nassim describes black holes as having the shape and dynamics of a Torus, which allows information to both implode and expand from the central singularity. Instead of information getting sucked in and disappearing forever to who knows where, black holes are described as both radiating objects as well as imploding “holes”. This change was made by Nassim by adding in the dynamics of spin (torque and Coriolis forces) into Albert Einstein’s relativistic field equations.
In this model, the universal topology of space-time (black holes on all scales) is described as a rotating dual torus which is expanding and contracting on itself continuously. As space-time curves towards the centering singularity, it also curls like water going down the drain. Rather than describing gravity using using the analogy of a ball on a (flat) trampoline, Nassim’s new model describes gravity for what it is, a curling dynamic that happens in a “3D” space-time manifold, not on a “flat” surface.
This curling of the space-time manifold at all scales is the mechanical source of spin at all scales from atoms to planets to stars to galaxies etc. Matter on all scales is spinning because the space that defines the matter is spinning itself. As space-time curls towards singularity it approaches the speed of light, generating enormous centrifugal forces, which in turn causes expansion. The expansion of space-time is eventually overpowered by the curvature of space-time and contracts back towards the singularity again, keeping the process in perpetual motion.
It is the continuous process of space-time implosion and expansion that produces the forces of gravity and electromagnetism. The gravitational field is generated as space-time curls towards the singularity in the center of the system and electromagnetic spectrum is produced when the centrifugal forces of spin at the event horizon (which are close to the speed of light near the singularity), cause it to expand and radiate.
Prior to Nassim Haramein’s holofractographic model, the source of all spin in the universe was unexplained other than to say that all spin started with the Big Bang and that everything in the universe has been spinning continuously in space-time since then due to the initial momentum gained in the Big Bang (ready for this?) “in a frictionless environment” (!).
With Nassim Haramein’s addition of torque and spin into Einstein’s field equations, he generates a new, much more coherent model that unifies the forces of spin, electromagnetism and gravity using the most foundational topology of space-time on all scales: the torus.