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Crossing the Event Horizon

Presented by Nassim Haramein

Part 1: The Untold Physics
Chapter 5: Concept of Black Holes

In order to understand the concept of atoms, planets, galaxies and stars as all having
black holes at their center, you must picture yourself in relationship to the inside and
outside of this system.

Due to the extreme density within the structure of a black hole, if you are on a planet you
will only see what is outside of the black hole of the planet. This appears in space as an
*event horizon of a star or galaxy with white light radiating from the electromagnetic
spectrum. This is the outer view of black holes in the universe.

In current physics it will be argued that not all galaxies or stars have enough mass for a
black hole. So it took a lot of searching to find the flaw in this theory.

The Torus showing the Coriolis and Centrifugal Effects

The torus shows the relationship between gravity, which is the force that contracts into a
black hole and the electromagnetic grid, which is the force of the radiant light at the event

*Words in italics can be found in the Glossary 1
horizon. The problem in physics relates to the belief that gravity is a weak force, which
goes back to the structure of the atom, where all of the problems started.

Actually atoms are mini-black holes which you only view the white event horizons, so in
studying the atom, physicists were confused when they found a very dense positive nuclei
in the center of the atom, which defied their theory of mass and then they found the
negative electrons surrounding the atom that had a constant spin without losing energy
and showed no signs of entropy. This created the first problem and instead of resolving it
through Newtonian physics, they created quantum physics with new forces and particles.

Under Newtonian physics if you put positive particles together, they repel each other.
However, in the nuclei of the atom, it has the dense structure of a black hole in the
vacuum and they did not consider gravity as the natural force to hold this dense mass
together. So instead of re-investigating gravity as a stronger force, which would have
resolved the structural issue, they created new forces called the strong and weak forces
and added gluons to hold it all together. The simplicity of the structure of nature
therefore, eluded them causing major fundamental errors which have been compounded
over the years.

In order to resolve the original mistake in calculating the structure of the atom, a
relationship between gravity and the electromagnetic force had to be established. What
we have found correlates to the spin of the electrons in the atom moving at near the speed
of light, which prevents the annihilation that would normally happen with positive and
negative charged particles. Physics also had no answers for the origin of spin their
observations only start with the big bang.

In this new study it was realized that you must have spin in order for the electromagnetic
force to radiate in the visible spectrum. Therefore, it was important to understand the
spin of electrons. Einstein discovered that the spin was not sourced by the object itself
and proceeded to write differential equations for the curvature of space time, which still
did not solve the original problem. Carl Swartzchild worked on gravitation and found
that it generated singularity in a black hole, but was ignored by Einstein. Kerr and
Newman added rotation to the spin, but everything was based on the original flaw created
to explain the structure of the atom.

The animation of the Torus grid can be viewed at:
http://www.theresonanceproject.org/research/torus.htm

*Words in italics can be found in the Glossary 2
Close up view of interaction of forces in the torus movement

The above illustration shows the movement of energy and interaction of gravity as a force
and the electromagnetic grid as a force, flowing and contracting in relationship referred to
as an implosion side and an explosion side. This illustrates the dynamic synergy of the
structure of the universe, which is always in motion. In physics this motion is
acknowledged as it applies to gravity which is the contracting force, and the
electromagnetic has been acknowledged as the radiation force. Applying this
relationship to the structure of a black hole in any size shows that the extra forces that
were created are not necessary.

The next step was to look at the quarks, which are in the proton structure of the nuclei of
the atom. The calculations of the force in the quarks showed the exact force necessary to
hold the nuclei of the atom together, corresponding with gravity. These equations
eliminated the need for the strong and weak forces of physics. Then we discovered that
the weak force that allows for the radiation is really the entropy factor in a black hole.

*Words in italics can be found in the Glossary 3
Now we are back to the issue of spin. Since we have established that current physics still
does not have the answer of the origin of spin, this was our next relationship to establish.
So far we have established that you must have spin to radiate as light in the visible
spectrum. Einstein did not solve this with the equations for the curvature of space-time
around an object. Then Swartzchild did the equations based on gravitation causing the
singularity, but died in WWII after sending it to Einstein, who published it but basically
ignored singularity. The work as we discussed earlier did become accepted as the
Swartzchild constant, but we still did not have the answers for the origins of spin because
he did not include rotation in his field equations.

*Words in italics can be found in the Glossary 4
In 1965, Kerr and Newman added rotation to the curvature of space in the Einstein field
theory by defining the radius, and then just rotating the radius, not the objects. By
rotating just the radius as the frame of reference, they eliminated all of the geoscopic
effects, the coriolis forces and everything that you would feel if you tried to grab hold of
a rotating shaft. So this still did not solve the problem as they left out the torque.

This causes a very big problem in cosmology as they are missing 98% of the visible
universe based on these accepted equations. Each galaxy has 250-300 billion stars and
there are billions of galaxies in the universe. Without the calculations for the torque, the
only aspect that the cosmologists can analyze with the current theories is the dynamics of
the spin, but not the origins. In order to account for this missing universe they have
established a theory of dark matter, and anti-matter for their studies of the other 98%.

Therefore, our new theory involves the torque of the stars, planets and galaxies, while
also including the atom. Basically the solution lies in understanding the change of
density as you move from the outer edge of a system towards its center. This generates
the speed of the spin. As you get to the extreme density of the void at the center of a
black hole, which involves the atomic level of all densities, the spin increases to near the

*Words in italics can be found in the Glossary 5
speed of light. The constant interaction of the forces are always seeking equilibrium, but
never really attaining it.

You can liken it to the pressure changes in the weather, which involve densities. The
void or center of the hurricane is the still point and the outer torque of the winds can shift
and change without notice as it moves back and forth in relationship to the contraction
and expansion.

The final equations will address the torque from the cosmic to the atomic level unifying
the forces of gravity and the electromagnetic fields to create a Unified Field Theory that
explains the simplicity of the structure of nature.

Questions:
1. What is the outer view of a black hole?
a. Density____________ b. Event horizon_____________

2. Physicists were confused when they found a very dense positive nuclei in the
center of the atom, which defied their theory of mass and then they found the
negative electrons surrounding the atom that had a constant spin without
losing energy and showed no signs of entropy. How did they solve this
problem?
a. Adjusted the density____________ b. created new forces_______

3. In order to resolve the original mistake in calculating the structure of the
atom, what needs to be resolved?
a. relationship of gravity and electromagnetic force_____ b.
density_____

4. What causes the electromagnetic force to radiate in the visible spectrum?
a. spin___________ b. density________

5. What calculations showed the exact force necessary to hold the nuclei of the
atom together, corresponding with gravity and eliminated the need for the
strong and weak forces of physics?
a. force in quarks_________ b. density in atoms____________

6. Did Einstein solve the origin of spin with the equations for the curvature of
space-time around an object?
a. Yes_____________ b. No_____________

7. In 1965, Kerr and Newman added rotation to the curvature of space in the
Einstein field theory. Why did this not solve the origin of spin?
a. Applied to radius_________ b. Applied to forces__________

8. What calculations are necessary for cosmologists to study the 98% of space
that is now classified as dark matter?

*Words in italics can be found in the Glossary 6
a. Torque______________ b. Density of matter_________________

Glossary:

Event horizon: This appears in space as an outer edge of a star or galaxy with white light
radiating from the electromagnetic spectrum. This is the outer view of black holes in the
universe.

Quarks: Physics. Any of a group of hypothetical sub-atomic particles having electric
charges of magnitude one-third or two-thirds that of the electron, proposed as the
fundamental units of matter.

Torque: 1. The moment of a force, a measure of its tendency to produce torsion and
rotation about an axis, equal to the vector product of the radius vector from the axis
rotation to the point of application of the force by the force applied. 2. A turning or
twisting force.

*Words in italics can be found in the Glossary 7