by Thierry De Mees | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

The physicist John Wheeler is told having made a famous remark, “Black holes have no hair.” This referred to the postulate that all black hole solutions of the general relativity, better, of the Einstein-Maxwell equations of gravitation, and of...
by Stephen J. Crothers | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

The so-called ‘Schwarzschild solution’ is not Schwarzschild’s solution, but a corruption, due to David Hilbert (December 1916), of the Schwarzschild/Droste solution, wherein m is allegedly the mass of the source of a gravitational field and the...
by Thierry De Mees | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

Black holes generally are defined as stellar objects which do not release any light. The Schwarzschild radius, derived from GRT, defines the;horizon radius for non-rotating black holes. The Kerr metric is supposed to define the ‘event horizon’ of rotating...
by Thierry De Mees | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

The centre of the Milky Way is populated with so-called super-massive black holes. In most of the papers and books about black holes at the centre of galaxies, the mass is said to be gigantic. In this paper, we will see how to calculate the mass of these super-massive...
by Thierry De Mees | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

In my paper “A coherent dual vector field theory for gravitation” is explained how simply the Gravitation Theory of Newton can be extended by transposing the Maxwell Electromagnetism into Gravitation. There exists indeed a second field, which can be...