Dark lightning

It seems that the consequence of a matter and charge event horizon would be that if two black holes collided, that the charge boundary of the objects would decay first at approach and neutralize by redistribution. This would have to be the most impressive lightning in the universe. I assume that it happens all the time though the time frame of the flash would be so small as to seem a single burst. It would also be difficult to determine the distance based on z factor as material would be traveling at high relativistic speeds. I assume that if it was a relatively free space orbit capture of a smaller mass, that it would develop a rotating strike that happened over a much longer time frame.

This would seem to be a natural LHC, though quite messy, it would provide far more data at a greater range of energies than is planned for LHC. This is a type of γ burster ( I assume ).

As I have said before, when you don't have a few billion extra dollars and want to understand the universe, you make do with what you have.

REAL TIME GAMMA RAY BURST DATA. from Sonoma State University in California, USA.

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ADDED: There should also be a secondary structure somewhat like an event horizon at the center of a black hole. It would be a virtual point source signal at very high frequency, and if I get the math done I will have a number to run against sky data. I have no idea what it would be called, but it would be similar to a tertiary horizon. It is hard to say what all this does to space, but it certainly going to be a strange tangle of S6. At first glance I wouldn' think it could leave the black hole, but in the cases where it would appear, it would actually interact with the surface of the object and radiate, at some much reduced frequency. A difficult computation that will occur later, if at all.


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