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The Making of Black Hole And Galaxy

By Huang, Cres

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Book Id: WPLBN0004451128
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Reproduction Date: 12/07/2016

Title: The Making of Black Hole And Galaxy  
Author: Huang, Cres
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Science
Collections: Science, Authors Community, Most Popular Books in China
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Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Cres Huang


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To me, a star is analogous to a constant and all directional nuclear exploding jet engine. Expelling particles would create it's opposite imploding force. By squeezing mass and energy into single point, I don't see other action can create stronger concentrative mass and force than implosive compression. Under this constant compression, a star can reach it's limit of structure and go supernova. The surface activities would radiate the frequency beyond our detection, a black hole disappeared from our view. Massive black hole can create its' own super space cyclone. Other subsystems can be caught by the storm and form a galaxy, a superset collection of solar and planetary systems by nature's inheritance and self-similarity. Considering nature's capability of creating such varieties of microorganism; Planets, stars, galaxies, and alike will continue to surprise us with our slowly opening eyes. Yet, the universe can only be seen by anyone in very short blink.

Nature and human create structure from ground up. Mass grows with collected matter and energy. There is no exception that a structure of larger mass can be made first before the substructures. I believe cosmic body can continue to grow despite it is way beyond human term. Super-sized planets can overgrow into a nuclear reaction active stars. And, overgrown stars could have surface hyperactivities beyond our detection and disappear from view. Expelling particles of a star would create their own opposite imploding force. This implosion force would compress the mass and energy of a star constantly. Which in term intensifies it's surface activities. The intense activities in ultra frequency radiations would excess the limit of our detectors. Furthermore, there is a limit of a structure can be compressed. A star reaching it's limit would have to explore, a supernova. A super sized star can transform into a high density body by implosion. In either cases, the surface activities would radiate the frequency that is beyond our detection, a black hole disappeared from our view. I believe a black hole, even invisible, is a super star creates its' own super space storm. It has to be built under the same principles of building a star. Galaxy is a superset of collections including other black holes, solar and planetary systems by nature's inheritance and self-similarity. Even a galaxy, it has to obey the same nature principles with fundamental particles. Not mysterious force that we can not comprehend.

We see the similarity in galaxy, solar system, hurricanes, down to smallest vortex. We also see the self-similarity of life. I believe a black hole, even invisible, is a super star creates it's own super space storm. It's hyper intensity of activities on the surface is beyond our detection.

Table of Contents
1 Introduction 2 Formation of Planet and Gravity Brief 3 Formation of Star and Solar System Brief 4 Black Hole - Super Star 5 Galaxy - Galactic Cyclone 6 Galaxy Development, From Irregular To Spiral 7 Summary References


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