Graphics for Dark Star Theory

These results are full of new information that is not available in any other theory, and are excellently presented by co author Horst Eckardt in such a way as to show what happens when the central mass becomes very large, but not infinite. I think that Rev. John Michell would have been astounded by these results if they were available in 1783, so would his colleagues Henry Cavendish and Benjamin Franklin, and in an earlier era Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz. The m theory is based on the most general spherically symmetric space and produces wholly unexpected and original results, without restricting the m function to 1 – r0 / r (Einstein result). The rosetta orbits are indicative of a large precession, and finally m fuses with M. Of particular interest is the analysis of the event horizon in m theory. The Newtonian theory gives no indication at all of the wealth of information contained in m theory. All astronomical data gathered in a futile attempt to find black holes can now be used to apply m theory to dark stars. We are now in a position where we are way out in front of the field and can produce new information of great profundity on almost any topic in astronomy and cosmology.


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