'Infinite subrings' may be next frontier for photographing black holes

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Mar 20, 2020
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The Big Bang - The Great Expansion!
The continuing expansion ?
The accelerating expansion??

Joe Bakhos Recent evidence for GaaWF From <
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqrVTWjlhYA
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mirrors much of my thoughts or rather explains it better and I did not quite see the spin -singularity relationship quite the same.
I was exploring/musing the relationship of mass to spin particularly regarding the speed of light on the stars circumference and postulating that as massive suns reach their maximum size they collapse into black holes; - is their spin at this mass then possibly reaching the speed of light and triggering the collapse? Does this then create so much force as to blow atoms apart into their subatomic particles expunging 'the lighter quarks' and collapsing 'the gravity forces' initiating a cascading collapse…?? Perhaps electromagnetics, released photons in this cataclysm( through elements on the periphery attaining rotational speed of light -disintegrating atoms to its subatomic constituents
The event horizon we can observe has not yet achieved(probably higher on 'the space/time curve) this speed, and as theorists and Einstein predict (and also in accord with Joe Bakhos observations of Gravity Wave fluctuations?), pulses?, push/pull
M87's supermassive black hole, likely contains a thin "photon ring" that is composed of an infinite sequence of subrings, a new study reports.
Related: Historic first images of a black hole show Einstein was right (again)
The intricate structure of this photon ring holds a treasure trove of information about the black hole — information that scientists can access by extending the
From <https://www.livescience.com/supermassive-black-hole-photon-ring-eht-photo.html?utm_source=Selligent&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=9160&utm_content=LVS_newsletter+&utm_term=2711898&m_i=ErmlnAkFUGwIZJgDnuuHzIZpPIlUO_AJ3aNnYEliuuunHaz+unt3gQKrPuYfAFM3Kj+rH3PwTKFVF_n15HoC86813ykIV4OQZbvaDJEEEg>


In the new study, a team led by Dheeraj Pasham, also of MIT, observed the X-ray light coming from the ASASSN-14li system. The researchers analyzed data gathered by a number of instruments, including NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and Neil Gehrels Swift space telescopes, as well as the European Space Agency's XMM-Newton spacecraft.
These datasets revealed a consistent flickering: ASASSN-14li's X-ray emissions rise and fall every 131 seconds. This clockwork signal is likely caused by a clump of the torn-apart star circling the black hole very close to the event horizon, study team members said.
From <https://www.space.com/42953-black-hole-spins-at-half-light-speed.html>


Our Galaxy black hole supposedly contains the mass of ~4M suns -> Much more Massive exist! Is there a Maximum potential! What accounts for this massive size anomaly(Super Massive Blackholes -6 & more Billion X mass of suns) that has not had time to accrue?

DARK ENERGY? Only effects measured acknowledge or surmise it! Possibly new energy? >1st Law Thermodynamics?? Completely unseen!
As photons are the only particle(?) to reach the speed of light; if a stars spin attains this speed can/does this tear apart atoms to their constituent subatomic particles emitting part and collapsing part

Could it be like one of our super massive black holes finally reaching its CAPACITY-bursting and forming another bubble universe. ->once burst then continuously feeding us from its unseen source as it gobbles more OR
Does its bursting into our DIMENSION signify its total expulsion of accrued matter(as with us hydrogen atoms) (or maybe its opposite or some other combinations of quarks) and death of the Black Hole and would this then disperse its own Probably immense "Galaxy Cluster"


The acceleration/velocity of the outer reaches of galaxies???

DARK MATTER?? Containment of galaxies seems to require ~4 times the visible mass
 

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