Abstract

It is possible that as the dominate component of our cosmos, dark matter/dark energy, could be a driving force behind black hole(BH) formation at all scales in our universe. There is reason to believe that the extreme density of baryonic matter/gravity that produces stellar formation throughout our universe and its end of life transition explosion seen in supernova produces enough outward pressure it pulls in dark matter/dark energy (DM/DE) into the stellar core. This extreme event seen throughout our universe could conceivably produce enough negative pressure at its core to “suck-in” DM/DE from the other side of the baryonic matter/cosmic dark matter fractal field/interface(BM/CDMFF/I); creating a super massive injection of dark matter derived gravity within the collapsing star core fueling the extreme gravity conditions and the resulting implosion believed to occur in black hole (BH) formation of massive Chandra limit stars of all types. The Cosmic Dark Matter Fractal Field theory as described in the book “The Great Cosmic Sea of Reality” has given science a new paradigm to consider when examining our reality in a very different way. Such a shift in understanding our cosmos should lead us to question many conventional theories and so called “natural laws” that fit well in the Newtonian worldview but like many other scientist the advent of quantum field theory has required that we rethink some of these still closely held explanations of how our cosmos is structured and functions at all scales.

How to Cite
FULTON JOHNS DDS, T.. Dark Matter may be a Possible Amplifier of Black Hole Formation in the Context of New Functional and Structural Dynamics of the Cosmic Dark Matter Fractal Field Theory. (CDMFFT). Global Journal of Science Frontier Research, [S.l.], july 2018. ISSN 2249-4626. Available at: <https://journalofscience.org/index.php/GJSFR/article/view/2256>. Date accessed: 18 jan. 2022.