The Cosmic Continuum's Mirror Reversal Mechanism on Black Hole Collapse and Singularity EruptionAuthor(s): Daniel Roberts
Using the axiom system of the cosmic continuum, it is possible to determine the mechanism of black hole collapse and singularity eruption. Instead of an immediate explosion, singularities continuously erupted to form the cosmos. The cosmos will continue to expand as long as the singularity is still exploding. A powerful gravitational field causes the cosmic system to collapse into a Schwarzschild black hole, and the Planck spheres inside the black hole continue to fall into dark mass bodies, creating dark celestial bodies and singularities. The Schwarzschild radius and Planck sphere are the top and lower bounds of a black hole, respectively.