In physics, and in simple terms, a singularity is a point with infinite mass-energy density. And this article comes as a call to us, physicists, to abolish singularity or the concept of singularity from physics because it does not exist in the universe and no phenomenon permits it.
Singularity came into physics through the cosmological model of the universe derived from general relativity. According to this cosmological model, the universe was born from a singularity that existed in the universe billions of years ago.
And it is said that it was from this singularity that an explosion resulted which gave rise to our universe. This explosion event in the early history of the universe is called the big bang. This is the currently but flawed accepted account of creation.
Also, after Einstein presented the field equations of the general theory of relativity, Karl Schwarzchild derived its first solution for a simple case of a static object which have zero electric charge, angular momentum and universal cosmological constant.
The Schwarzchild solution or metric is one of the most common solutions of Einstein’s field equations. The interesting part about Schwarzchild metric is that it predicts the existence of another singularity point called black holes.
Black holes are bodies with very compact mass that curves or distorts spacetime in such a manner that both light and bodies cannot escape from them. Usually, according to theory, black hole exhibit this property because its mass has become compressed beyond a boundary called the event horizon.
While we have other cases of singularities in physics, the two prominent ones which are even conceived to be of physical relevance are the big bang singularity and the black hole singularity.
The big question which this article raises becomes, are singularities real, and if they aren’t, what other possible explanation could we have for the phenomena that point to their existence?
This is important because all it takes to replace the big bang singularity is a new cosmological model of the universe, and all it takes to abolish the black hole singularity is a new explanation of the nature of black holes.
In Echa and Science, you will find the two proposed solutions to the big bang and black hole singularities. Black holes have been a major source of fascination to physicists and to the lay man alike, but how well do we understand the nature of black holes?
There is an underlying relationship between the old cosmological model derived from general relativity and the modern description of black holes as singularity regions. How does this relationship arise?
In general relativity, gravity is described as being the curvature of spacetime caused by the presence of matter-energy. And while general relativity seems to ascribe some form of independence to gravity from matter, this independence is not sufficiently pronounced.
The general theory of relativity did not break away from the heliocentric model of the universe, and let me use this article to let you know that both the geocentric and heliocentric model of the universe are mattercentric models of the universe.
I call both models mattercentric models because they place matter, whether the Earth or the Sun, at the center of the universe. General relativity like Newton’s gravitational theory is a mattercentric description of the universe, and so the fundamental independence or true field description of gravity is missing even in general relativity.
General relativity is not a true field description of gravity. Now, how is the mattercentric nature of general relativity which also underlies cosmology related to our description of black holes?
It is evidently related to our description of black holes because one would easily accept that the galaxies with numerous heavenly bodies would have to be stable because of the black hole (singularity) existing at the center of galaxies.
So, even if one would think of the description of black holes as singularities as being absurd, one may resort to accepting this description because one is still held by the mattercentric model of the universe. The physicist stuck in general relativity does not know the true center of the universe.
Now, gravi-electrodynamics which is the new theory of gravity informs us that gravity is fundamentally independent of matter, and it informs us that gravity is a component of the gravi-electromagnetic wave which is the second non-mechanical wave in the universe after light.
This wave is primal just like light and it is responsible for the motion of heavenly and atomic bodies. It is the true center of our universe and its existence has given rise to the wavecentric model of the universe which is not centered on matter like the other two models.
So, if the heavenly bodies in a galaxy are moved by the gravi-electromagnetic wave and not due to matter or black holes found at their center, what then is the essence of black holes? This question does not refute the existence of black holes, it only refutes their description as singularity points in the universe.
Black holes do not exist to ensure the stability of galaxies, rather black holes exists because of the stability of galaxies ensured by gravi-electromagnetic wave. Now, black holes exist because all the bodies in a galaxy are in pure inertial interaction with their galactic centers.
So, what are black holes? Black holes are bodies that possess only inertial mass. This is the simple and encompassing description of black holes. They are unlike other bodies in the universe which exhibit both rest mass and inertial mass.
Black holes are not regions in spacetime where the laws of physics fail to exist as we know them. No, black holes are as a result of the laws of physics and they preserve them. You can read more about black holes in my article below:
To decipher the mystery of black holes, we only have to refer back to our fundamental understanding of mass. We have always known that bodies manifest two forms of mass, one is rest mass and the other is inertial mass.
We know about these two forms of mass because we have been dealing with regular bodies, but if we had been dealing only with black holes, we would have realized that they manifest only one kind of mass which is inertial mass.
Gravi-electrodynamics now absolves us of black hole singularity and the new cosmology derived from it now absolves us of the big bang singularity. This is a very important accomplishment of post-modern physics.
The wavecentric model of the universe is a major part of the new cosmology which places gravi-electromagnetic wave which is responsible for the motion of bodies at the center of the universe. We are now free from the mattercentric models of the universe, which have long held us back in our understanding of the universe.
Even the anomalous high orbital rotation of heavenly bodies at the edge of galaxies are because they are moved by the gravi-electromagnetic wave and not due to the wrongly supposed black hole singularity at the center of galaxies.
The unified field is responsible for all natural motions. The wavecentric model proceeding from gravi-electrodynamics resolves the mysteries of dark matter and dark energy. This model reveals to us that gravity acts as a component of the gravi-electromagnetic wave. Gravi-electrodynamics is the true field description of gravity.
When we depart from the mattercentric model of the universe which general relativity informs us, we will begin to see the true nature of black holes, and we will begin to ask more vital and realistic questions about the universe.
Concerning the big bang singularity, it also never existed. Bodies are simply condensed locations of gravi-electromagnetic wave. The new cosmology contrary to the one derived from general relativity informs us that at no time in the early history of the universe were the laws of universe broken.
It now taught that during the early history of the universe, the laws of physics were violated. Alas, we must become very careful and thoughtful about how we describe the universe. The laws of physics have always remained unviolated since the beginning of creation. Order pervades the entire history and expanse of the universe.
We must abolish the singularity concept which is a consequence of the mattercentric model, and like I have suggested in one of my articles embrace the commonality concept which is a consequence of the wavecentric model.
The laws of physics are sacred, pristine and enduring. At no time since the beginning of the universe have they failed. O mortal man, creation was purposeful and orderly from the beginning.
We must now realize that at the most singularity is a mathematical fantasy without any real existence. Even some theoretical physicist like those researching on loop quantum gravity see singularity as an indication of a failure in theory. A true theory of the universe cannot contain singularities or infinities.
Surprisingly, even Einstein was displeased with the singularities inherent in his theory. So, if singularity became established in physics by general relativity, it is now being abolished by gravi-electrodynamics.
We must abolish singularity from physics because the new wavecentric model of the universe now informs us that it never existed at the beginning of the universe and that black holes are bodies that possess only inertial mass devoid of rest mass and are not singularities.
This wavecentric model and the new description of black holes show advantageously that gravi-electrodynamics is a finite theory, unlike general relativity. This among others is one of the revolutionary consequences of post-modern physics that now progresses fundamental science after the long lull.
Until next time.
– M. V. Echa