What Connects Dark Matter and Black Holes? Scientific Explanation

Dark matter, which is around six times more prevalent than regular visible matter, is a major component of the cosmos. The consequences of its mass are measured, yet it escapes the telescopes. It is unique in that it does not release radiation and interacts only through gravity. The major goal of this article is to figure out what dark matter is: we think it’s made up of magnetically charged neutrinos, which are real magnetic monopoles. However, this necessitates a significant conceptual leap: Maxwell’s principles must be inverted, and the electric charge must be transformed into a magnetic charge. The “black” magnetic charge would be provided by asymmetric “reversed” Maxwell’s laws, which would substitute the electric charge. The Dirac equation’s basic form, which imposes on conventional matter that the particle carries an electric charge and obeys the electron’s principal properties, would impose on dark matter that the “dark” particle obeys the main features of a neutrino associated with a magnetic charge. Black holes and dark matter are inextricably linked. The inversion of Maxwell’s laws causes the darkness of dark matter and black holes. The article’s second goal is to demonstrate that dark matter is produced by black holes, primarily active supermassive black holes. This necessitates a second conceptual leap: the black hole’s horizon is subjected to a high temperature and tremendous magnetic field pressure, resulting in a blackout and a phase change (or broken symmetry) when matter enters the horizon. As a result, Maxwell’s laws are reversed: The electric current becomes a tributary of the magnetic current when a magnetic charge is substituted for the electric charge. A third major conceptual leap follows: sterile magnetic neutrinos produced inside the black hole would cross the horizon and form dark matter on the outside.

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Russell Bagdoo
Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Quebec, Canada.

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