Physicists disprove the black hole theory

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The discoveries of scientists will allow to create more accurate models of the universe and its formation in the future. To do this, it is necessary to develop a unified model for the development of black holes.

Black holes with different luminosity characteristics were considered to be the same objects seen from different angles. However, they became objects with different life cycle stages.

conducted by scientists Dartmouth University The study of black holes, most of which are considered active galactic nuclei (AGN), showed the previous theory to be wrong.

Researcher Tonima Tasneem Ananna believes that it is necessary to develop a “single AGN model” that can identify black holes with the same properties.

“These objects have puzzled scientists for more than half a century, but we have made many assumptions about the physics of these objects,” said Tonima Tasnim Annan.

Supermassive black holes are formed by the merger of less massive black holes. The most massive black holes are at the center of almost all massive galaxies, including the Milky Way. They consume galactic gas, dust, and stars and become more massive than smaller galaxies.

The new study should prompt physicists to create a more accurate model of the universe’s evolution. The process by which black holes form is still poorly understood, but this could provide an impetus for understanding their development.

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