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Adler, R., Bazin, M. and Schiffer, M. (1975) Introduction to General Relativity. Vol. 220, McGraw-Hill, New York.

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  • TITLE: Black Hole Shock

    AUTHORS: Peter Donald Rodgers

    KEYWORDS: Black Hole Shock, Superrelativity, Relativity, Physics, Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking, Black Hole, Quantum Physics

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Vol.4 No.12, December 29, 2016

    ABSTRACT: Black Hole Shock unites relativity and quantum physics. The mysterious Navier-Stokes Equations, of my recent Superrelativity, inspired me to think deeper about physics equations. The Clay Mathematics Institute Millennium contest has motivated me to create two unique physics papers, Superrelativity and Black Hole Shock, which have raised my interest in fluid dynamics. An enormous amount of effort went into creating mathematics of Superrelativity. After that effort, I was hallucinating extremely long equations, and following intellectual tangents that led to five significant Black Hole Shock equations: (a) Klein-Gordon-Schrodinger-Rodgers Equation, (b) Einstein-Rodgers’s Mass-Wave-Energy4 Equivalence Equation, (c) Einstein-Schwarzschild-Klein-Gordon-Schrodinger-Rodgers Mass-Hyperacceleraton Geometry, (d) Einstein-Klein-Gordon-Schrodinger-Stefan-Boltzmann-Schwarzs-child-Hawking-Rodgers Black Hole Radiation Equation, and (e) Improved Hawking-Rodgers Radius of a Black Hole. My paper Black Hole Shock indicates that our current coordinate, dimensional, geometrical systems need to be radically improved. In this paper, mathematics ends the concept of duality of a particle and shows everything is electro-magnetic.