Black holes could be dark stars with 'Planck hearts'

Nov 19, 2019
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Black holes are the brightest stars in the sky. The only reason we can't see them directly is , their escape velocity is greater than the speed of light. I believe Black Holes have an "atmosphere" , a "crust" , a "mantle" and a "core". Their atmospheres consist of light and other electro-magnetic radiation circulating around their surface . Their crusts consist of a layer of protons , and their mantle consists of a layer of neutrons. And their core consists of tightly packed neutrinos . I suspect that they follow a similar evolution that stars do . I'd really like to know how the strong and week nuclear forces play out in this scenario .
 

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