Sunday, February 19, 2023

The mysterious behavior of the gas clouds surrounding galactic blackholes

I have been working with a general vision of the formation of astrophysical objects in the TGD Universe. Now I have spent some days with the discovery that galactic blackholes seem to give a considerable contribution to dark energy. The mass of the galactic blackhole increases with time and part of it comes from some unknown source which in TGD framework would correspond to the dark energy assignable to dark cosmic strings transforming to monopole flux tubes and also forming a blackhole-like object in the process. It is still unclear whether the blackhole-like object is actually a galactic white hole-like object (GWO) identifiable as a time reversal of a blackhole-like object. GWO would be feeding energy to the environment. The following arguments slightly favours the interpretation as a GWO.

The mysterious behaviour of gas clouds near the galactic blackholes allows to sharpen the picture.

  1. The temperature of the clouds is much higher than expected (see this). The gas in the core of some galaxies is extremely hot with temperature in the range 103-104 eV.

    These systems are billions of years old and have had plenty of time to cool. Why has the gas not cooled down and fallen down into the blackhole? Where does the energy needed for heating come from? Is there something wrong with the views about star formation and blackholes?

  2. The upper bound 104 eV corresponds to the ignition temperature of nuclear fusion when the pressure and density are high enough. This could explain why ordinary nuclear fusion has not started. This suggests that when the temperature gets higher, stars are formed and they are eventually devoured by the blackhole-like object.

    Could the galactic blackhole-like object be actually a GWO and be heating the gas forming dark nuclei as dark proton sequences from the hydrogen atoms or ions of the gas? The interpretation as GWO would also explain galactic jets (see this). Note however that the gas clouds could get heated also spontaneously by dark nuclear fusion taking place at magnetic flux tubes: for this option GWO could provide the flux tubes as a magnetic bubble.

  3. The dark nuclei would first transform to ordinary nuclei at monopole flux tubes and liberate energy. As the ignition temperature for ordinary nuclear fusion is reached, stellar cores start to form. An imaginative biology inspired manner to express this (see this) is that the galactic blackhole cooks its meal first so that it becomes easier to digest it.
  4. Why gas cannot fall into the blackhole and why is this possible only for stars? Gravitationally stars and gas particles are equivalent so that other interactions than gravitation must be involved. Magnetic interactions would indeed confine gas particles to monopole flux tubes as dark proton sequences so that they could not fall into GWO. The rotational motion of stars would make the process of falling into the GWO very slow and they would do so as entire flux tube spaghettis and fuse to the spaghetti defining the GWO.
See the article Magnetic Bubbles in TGD Universe: Part I or the chapter with the same title.

For a summary of earlier postings see Latest progress in TGD.

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