This paper seeks to introduce some new ideas about the following:
- Black Holes and stellar material
- What the Big Bang was
- Black Holes at the centres of most galaxies
- End point of Black Hole galaxies
- Black Hole mergers
- The end of the Universe
Other items for consideration are also included.
It is likely that the theories proposed here have not been put forward before. They have been thought out as a flow of logic and are not at present based in other mathematical calculations. Estimates provided here (time and distance) are simply stepping stones for the thought process.
About the author: Raja s/o A. Letchuman
Raja is a logical thinker who has always had an interest in physics and mechanics. He was a high school maths teacher until he retired twenty years ago. Throughout his life he has always been tinkering with machines and making things. He hand-built a long wall-to-wall wardrobe complete with three levels of perfectly sliding doors, at at time when such contraptions were unknown. When he and his wife started a food processing business, he single-handedly installed and fine-tuned massive machines in their factory.
Raja believes that the Big Bang Theory is not quite complete because it implies that a massive explosion occured without any impetus, which is not logical. So he has developed another theory for us to consider.
The author lives in Singapore with his wife, Valli, whom he would like to thank, for her 50-plus years of support. They go for walks together in the morning and she makes extraordinary food to nourish a thinker’s psyche.