Authors: Thierry De Mees
I discuss the approach of black holes based upon the improved theory of gravity originated by Oliver Heaviside  and find that the Schwarzschild metric is highly improbable to occur at all, if not impossible. I found that a spinning black hole is always emitting information at the poles . Close binary stars containing a fast spinning star or black hole and a companion are found to emerge from only one original star. Close binary stars consisting of two fast spinning stars or black holes are found to be much more rarely.
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