yeah im not buying this. I need to see some equations and evidence before I believe any of this. I have a background in physics and I get the impression that he doesnt understand some aspects about general relativity. The problem with quantum mechanics at the boundary comes most likely from the fact that we have no theory of gravitational quantum mechanics. I've noticed that some physicists when they cant explain something like to say its because of dark matter/energy
Damn it... your forcing me to do this but...... ok
Dark matter/energy smells an awful lot like phlostigon to me, ie a hypothetical substance defined to solve a problem in current theory.
Question for you (no irrelevant math or chemical equations involved).
Let's assume black holes DO exist.
Do you think there is 'next step' for a black hole? If yes, any theory on what the next step may be? Will it continue to absorb matter for eternity, or will it at some point start releasing matter?
My opinion has always been that a black hole will eventually reach a point when it will no longer maintain it's status as a black hole.
...or is there some truth in the old adage 'once you go black, you never go back'? (sorry, I couldn't resist....but I am curious about your response to the more serious question above).
No need to get overly technical on me. Just picking your brain a bit.