Black Holes: A Different Perspective

( Vol-6,Issue-4,April 2019 ) OPEN ACCESS

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Black Holes, Schwarzschild, Hilbert, Droste, Brillouin, Extra Dimension, Weak Field, Redshift.


In this paper we propose a full revised version of a simple model, which allows a formal derivation of an infinite set of Schwarzschild-Like solutions (non-rotating and non-charged “black holes”), without resorting to General Relativity. A new meaning is assigned to the usual Schwarzschild-Like solutions (Hilbert, Droste, Brillouin, Schwarzschild), as well as to the very concepts of “black hole” and “event horizon”. We hypothesize a closed Universe, homogeneous and isotropic, characterized by a further spatial dimension. Although the Universe is postulated as belonging to the so-called oscillatory class (in detail, we consider a simple-harmonically oscillating Universe), the metric variation of distances is not thought to be a real phenomenon (otherwise, we would not be able to derive any static solution): on this subject, the cosmological redshift is regarded as being caused by a variation over time of the Planck “constant”. Time is considered as being absolute. The influence of matter/energy on space is analysed by the superposition of three three-dimensional scenarios. A short section is dedicated to the so-called gravitational redshift which, once having imposed the conservation of energy, may be ascribable to a local variability of the Planck “constant”.

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