# An Idea to a World inside a Black Hole

@article{Gerlitz2017AnIT, title={An Idea to a World inside a Black Hole}, author={Thomas G. M. Gerlitz and W. Walden}, journal={The International Journal of Physics}, year={2017}, volume={5}, pages={171-180} }

An investigation on black holes reveals interesting new data. Due to the many speculations about the inside of black holes a concept is developed to allow consideration of the properties occuring inside on a model consisting of an electromagnetic wave. The advantage of the current model is that the investigation is based on a mass originated from even that wave and rather avoids to base the study on an already existing massive mass, which then preliminary excludes any transparent imagination in… Expand

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