Astrophysicist Wolfgang Korsus
forbidden spaces of the universe
I say with one hundred percent conviction, they exist ! Especially to mention is the fact, no human being will ever be able to try it. A very short explanation of me : Should a man plunge into a black hole, then it is certain without any fault, he will never leave it again. He, the human being, is destroyed in it quasi.
Why is that so…..?
Black holes“ are very heavy, but very small „dead“ stars. If a star begins its life, then as gas cloud, and this is pressed together basically by the gravity constantly.
If this formed structure is compact enough, a beginning fusion of hydrogen to helium lets it glow.
The only thing to note is that the heat pressure of the process prevents it from shrinking further. But when the fuel is used up, gravity presses the „ash“ into an ever smaller „sphere“ of ever higher density.
In the end, we have a celestial body whose gravity is so immense that everything around it falls under its spell, even light is affected. Absolutely no ray of light can reach the outside world from its interior, and it follows, so we can never see into its interior. For everything in his inside we are just outside behind an insurmountable horizon. But woe who or what comes too near to the black hole from outside, that is swallowed by its gravity and disappears never to be seen.
There are therefore in the indescribable widths of the cosmos for us unreachable, forever invisible areas. Now I turn, however, also to the other end of the scale, the so-called microcosm, it is the area of the very small, because also there such phenomena exist. Not only that we cannot see arbitrarily far; we also cannot resolve the world in the small one arbitrarily fine. There, just as there is a limit to the possibilities of the telescope, there is also one for the microscope.
Let us turn to the antiquity for interest, there philosophers have tried to understand the complexity of our world as the interaction of many simple basic building blocks which are coupled by fundamental forces.
This complexity would be then a true coincidence product of a much simpler quite primitive dice game, because I say, from which it emerges by certain development schemes.
New subject, new experience !
„Reductionism“, what is it ? It is nothing else than the simple tracing back to simpler, simpler basic building blocks, and look, it has proved to be hardly possible successful for the enormously important understanding of a certain structure of matter.
If we consider the packing density and the arrangement of the building blocks so is known, we get solid, liquid or gaseous states. The building blocks themselves are molecules, coupled in decreasing regularity from crystals to gases. The molecules in turn consist of atoms and these of positively charged nuclei surrounded by negatively charged electrons. Electromagnetic forces bind the constituents into electrically neutral units.
But if such a system is heated sufficiently or subjected to a very strong electric field, such as lightning, then the atoms are broken into their charged constituents, and a fourth state of matter is created, namely a plasma. If we look at the list of state forms of matter ,solid, liquid, gas and plasma ,it coincides with the form already established in ancient times, when it consisted of earth, water, air and fire. Also the philosophers of that time, in the Greek as well as in the Hindu-Buddhist world, considered it necessary to add a fifth form, the essential, the space for the others, quasi as the stage on which the others play their roles: it was the vacuum, the so-called „empty space“.
What are atomic nuclei made of ? Nucleons, that are positively charged protons and uncharged neutrons. By the bonding of different numbers of nucleons – this is of course electromagnetically impossible, since only positive charges are present; for this the much stronger nuclear forces come into play – the nuclei of the different elements are formed, from hydrogen (one proton) to uranium (92 protons and 146 neutrons) and even beyond that to the artificially created transuranium elements. All these basic building blocks of matter really exist. Electrons, protons and neutrons exist individually in the vacuum, one can consider them isolated, they have a mass and a spatial extension. They are actually…..it follows Part 4