Alexander Shalyt-Margolin. Maximal Mass Within Sphere,repulsion,black Holes and Some Implications


Natural Sciences / Physics / Gravitation Theory (Relativity)

Submitted on: Nov 29, 2023, 09:04:38

Description: This paper presents one of the approaches to solution of the problem of the {it repulsion} origin in gravity. The approach is based on the property of compactness characteristic for a self-gravitating object in General Relativity. Here we understand compactness as estimation of the upper boundary for such an object in a static two-dimensional sphere. Repulsion originates when this boundary is violated. The main hypothesis is formulated in the form of the principle E" principle of maximal mass within a two-dimensional static sphere. It is demonstrated that the principle is true for Schwarzschild black holes on absorption of the matter in the process of accretion, both in the classical case and with due regard for quantum-gravitational corrections. The results have been extended to black holes with the Schwarzschild-de Sitter metric in the early Universe. The applicability of the principle suggested is analyzed for the early and for the present Universe.

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