BLACK HOLES: How and why.
(their SURFACE and INSIDE (© Ángel Torregrosa Lillo)
articles we have to our reach about black holes appear
without no physique-mathematical study concerning them. I
expose in this article a summary of some of the existent
knowledge about black holes and I try to contribute whith
a mathematical analysis based on the relativity theory.
Anyway I think that this article even so can be read
avoiding the mathematical apparatus, and maintaining its
But in extreme cases, such as the interior of black holes, even the theory of general relativity somewhat fails. In the section o the article where I talk about the non-punctual black holes, I expose a personal idea on a possible structure of this interior.
HOW THE BLACK HOLES ARE FORMED
SPECIAL RELATIVITY AND BLACK HOLES
GENERAL RELATIVITY AND BLACK HOLES
BLACK HOLES DETECTION
The NON- PUNCTUAL BLACK HOLE
SPACE-TIME graphics on STAR COLLAPSE
HOLES In ETERNAL FORMACION, ETERNAL BLACK HOLES And OTHER MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS
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