By that logic Schwarzschild objects have imaginary time passage. In a universe with real mass, there is no verifiable evidence of imaginary quantities. Imaginary quantities are reasoning techniques, not observable phenomenon. Electron charges are not negative; but opposite proton charges. The negative value assignment was human bias, not confirmed physical aspect.
Two alternate variables in the GR Time equation recognize undistorted GR Perspective [GRP], and fewer Time units from distorted perspective [GRPD]. GR Perspective inverse equations calculate distorted TimeGRP: TimeGDPD.
TimeGRPD = TimeGRP * (1-2GM/rc2).5 Equation 1
A logic ideal would be presumed undistorted Time. The escape velocity equation |VGRPesc=(2GM/r).5| squared is |VGRPesc2=(2GM/r)|
So GR distortion can also be:
TimeGRPD = TimeGRP*(1 - (2GM/r) /c2).5
TimeGRPD = TimeGRP*(1 - VGRPesc2/c2).5 Equation 2
By SR logic GR shifted gravitons distort VGRPesc,. It never exceeds c. SR distortion argues propellant bosons slow, so acceleration decreases. GR distortion must slow gravitational bosons: gravitons. If gravitons did not, all other forces maintaining universe structure would be overpowered and forced into a Classic SO concept: a non-radiating body with gravitational force the only energy present.
Then hot and dense “Big Bangs” could not be pure energy: relativistic distortion would slow all bosons. GR distortion would also reduce GF. Denial of Graviton relativistic slowdown denies GR legitimacy. Graviton slow down also adds legitimacy to classic relativity. The brightest object in the Galaxy is the Sagittarius A*[B] SO. Sagittarius A* radio emissions are not centred on the black hole. They are currently theorize to arise from heated gas close to the event horizon[C]; either in the accretion disc, or in relativistic jets of ejected material. The position of the border is unknown. A valid postulate in some ways that fail in others. Accretion disks would exist under either interpretation of general relativity. Relativistic jets as well. Under relativistic perspective, they would be where newly captured matter would collide with decayed matter, absorbing enough energy captured by the object to escape.
The most luminous objects in the universe are quasars[D]. They are also theorized to be the SO’s. Under RP they are consistent with both general relativity and the uncertainty principle. There would be no "halt" at the Schwarzschild border. There would be acceleration – reduced by GR distortion but not ended.
Distortion of GRPD Time units will mean fewer GRP Time units. Gravitons move at a relativistic speed. That is fundamental to general relativity. Other equations proceed from the assumption of Time Distortion:
TimeGRPD = TimeGRP* (1-VGRPesc2/c2).5 Equation 3
Set the variable TimeGRP
TimeGRP= 1m / VGRPesc
VGRPesc = 1m / TimeGRP
Define VGRPDesc in parallel
VGRPDEsc = 1m / TimeGRPD
Divide both sides of Equation 3 with one real metre||1m:
TimeGRPD /1m = (TimeGRP/1m)*(1-VGRPesc2/c2).5
1m/TimeGRPD = (1m/TimeGRP)/(1-VGRPesc2/c2).5
So distortion in velocity could be expressed:
VGRPDEsc = VGRPesc/(1-VGRPesc2/c2).5 Equation 4
Special relativity logic argues VGRPesc would limit to c from an undistorted GRP. From the Time distorted GRPD, Escape velocity could appear higher than c. GR distortion would mean the matter mass of a body would increase because of the slowdown in Bosons. The mass||speed||energy of all Bosons would decrease. Velocity and mass of gravitons would reduce under GRD, so would the gravitational constant.
An inverse VGRPDesc||VGRPesc distortion equation:
VGRPDesc2= VGRPesc2/(1- VGRPesc2/c2)
VGRPDesc2 * (1 - VGRPesc2/c2) = VGRPesc2
VGRPDesc2 – VGRPDesc2 * VGRPesc2/c2 = VGRPesc2
VGRPDesc2 = VGRPDesc2 + (VGRPDesc2* VGRPesc2/c2)
VGRPesc2 = VGRPDesc2 * (1 + VGRPesc2/c2)
VGRPesc2 / (1+ VGRPesc2/c2) = VGRPDesc2
VGRPDesc2 = VGRPesc2/(1 + VGRPesc2/c2)
VGRPesc = VGRPDesc/(1 + VGRPDesc2/c2).5 Equation 5
A critical piece of logic in evaluating this equation: not all observation items are valid. Change in the state of observing objects will not mean that reality has changed. The escape velocity will appear greater than the speed of light for observers on either the relativistic scale body or the escaping body. From the viewpoint of observations not subject to those distortions, bodies will escape but never exceed c. Almost all mathematical Physics hypotheses presumes an ideal. There are no observations of systems of just two objects exerting above-Planck-level gravitational forces. That does not invalidate Newton’s gravitational force equation.
One can also reason a velocity distortion equation using both the classic Time||Time' variables and the inverse TimeGRP||TimeGRPD variables. The proportion of undistorted escape velocity – VGRPEsc – to distorted escape velocity – VGRPDesc is:
VGRPDEsc = VGRPesc/(1-VGRPesc2/c2).5
(1-VGRPesc2/c2).5 = VGRPDEsc/VGRPesc
The proportion of the distorted velocity is an inverse:
VGRPEsc = VGRPDesc/(1+VGRPDesc2/c2).5
(1+VGRPDesc2/c2).5 = VGRPEsc/VGRPDesc
So the GRP Time distortion can be written:
TimeGRPD = TimeGRP* (1-VGRPesc2/c2).5
(1-VGRPesc2/c2).5 = TimeGRPD/TimeGRP
(1+VGRPDesc2/c2).5 = TimeGRP/TimeGRPD
TimeGRP = TimeGRPD * (1+VGRPDesc2/c2).5
A parallel with Classic Time distortion equation:
Time’ = Time/ (1-VGRPesc2/c2).5
(1-VGRPesc2/c2).5 = Time/Time’
(1+VGRPDesc2/c2).5 = Time’/Time
Time = Time’/(1+VGRPDesc2/c2).5
There is another form of the light-speed limit for escape velocities. Although the equations are very similar, they offer a reasonable postulate about the nature of the above limitation.
We begin with the General Relativity Time distortion equation:
TimeGRPD = TimeGRP*(1-GM/rc2).5
TimeGRPD2 = TimeGRP2*(1-(GM/r)/c2)
The current equation for the escape velocity presumes no relativistic distortion to the gravitational constant GGRP.
General Relativistic Escape velocity equation becomes:
VGRPesc = (2GGRPM/r).5
VGRPesc2 = (2GGRPM/r)
The GGRP mathematical definition then is:
GGRP = (VGRPesc2r/2M)
Current thought is gravitons/gravitational propagation speed is c. The velocity of the graviton must slow under relativistic gravitational distortion. So a parallel distortion from the GRP for gravitational constant distortion [GGRPD]
The mathematical definition id:
GGRPD = (VGRPDesc2*r/2M)
Relativistic distortions are presumed to affect the other 3 bosons. It is not reasonable to presume gravitons are not distorted. The general relativistic escape velocity equation can also be written:
VGRPDesc = VGRPesc /(1-(2GGRPM/r)/c2)).5
(2GGRPDM/r).5 = (2GGRPM/r).5/(1-(2GGRPM/r)/c2)).5
(2GGRPDM/r) = (2 GGRPM/r)/(1-(2 GGRPM/r)/c2))
GGRPD = (2 GGRPM/r)/(1-(2 GGRPM/r)/c2))/ (2M/r))
GGRPD = GGRP/(1-(2 GGRPM/r)/c2))
Or, because |VGRPesc2 = (2GGRPM/r)|
GGRPD = GGRP/(1-VGRPesc2/c2)
The above will not produce imaginary quotient values because "G" is a scalar value – a negative value for the gravitational constant is unobserved. It is consistent with relativistic logic: time distortion will GF propagation Slowdown will also reduce force mass- to zero when it Gravitons stop.
To strengthen the logic of the time equation, we will apply it to the gravitational constant.
Multiplying both sides of |(2GGRPDM/r) = (2 GGRP M/r)/(1-(2 GGRPM/r)/c2))| with
(2GGRPDM/r) *(1-(2 GGRPM/r)/c2)) = (1-(2 GGRPM/r)/c2))*((2 GGRPM/r) (1-(2 GGRPM/r)/c2))|
Expand the left side
2GGRPDM/r – ((2GGRPDM/r)* (2GGRPM/r))/c2) = (2 GGRPM/r)
Adding |((2GGRPDM/r)* (2GGRPM/r))/c2)| to both sides:
2GGRPDM/r = (2 GGRPM/r) + ((2GGRPDM/r)* (2GGRPM/r))/c2)
2GGRPDM/r = (2 GGRPM/r)*(1 + ((2GGRPDM/r)/c2)))
(2GGRPDM/r)/(1 + ((2GGRPDM/r)/c2))) = (2 GGRPM/r)
(2 GGRP M/r) = (2GGRPDM/r)/(1 + ((2GGRPDM/r)/c2)))
GGRP = GGRPD/(1 + ((2GGRPDM/r)/c2)))
GGRD = GGRPD/(1 + 2GGRPDM/rc2) Equation 6
GGRPD = GGRP/(1-VGRPesc2/c2) Equation 7
GGRP = GGRPD/(1+VGRPDesc2/c2) Equation 8
The above equations add an argument to the supposition of GR Gravitational distortions of all bosons, including gravitons. It also argues that Einstein's equations do not predict an imaginary existence: our reality will always be real.
A light-speed limit also offers an alternate explanation for why quasars are so bright. The higher the weight of a single atom, the slower it goes at any temperature; thus, the higher the weight, the more easily it may be captured by any gravitational body.
If a quasar captures any element above Hydrogen-1, it will eventually break up. All of the strong nuclear force gluons will slow and lose mass. If you accept the relativistic perspective, there is no limit (except below zero velocity) to that slowdown, so that eventually, all elements must break up. The atoms will move faster and faster because of the continual capture of energy by the SO, and because atoms with lower atomic numbers move faster at any energy level. In some ways, it would be an exception to entropy: matter and energy would be reunited. In other aspects, it would add confirmation to the principle of entropy. For example, one Uranium-235 atom is more ordered than 235 H1 atoms moving at a velocity considerably higher than the single U235 atom. They would also be moving in 235 randomly different directions.
Again, the relativistic perspective equations are Table confirmed for 35 different values. Velocities||escape-velocities ranged from 1.0E-500 m/s to c-(1.0E-500) m/s to two thousand decimal places.