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Physics, Volume 1, Issue 2 (September 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The AGK theorem has been proven for black hole physics. A new process for emitting photons from a [...] Read more. The AGK theorem has been proven for black hole physics. A new process for emitting photons from a black hole has been proposed. This process is similar to the parton cascade in high-energy physics. We consider a reference frame in which the proton rests and the black hole moves. The black hole collides with an external proton. One of the protons of the black hole emits a graviton. The graviton gives rise to a proton–antiproton pair. The born proton remains inside the black hole, and the antiproton emits photons in a multi-peripheral cascade, loses energy, and annihilates with an external proton outside the black hole. The dependence of the black hole on its mass is linear, which is in good agreement with experimental data, in particular with galaxies NGC 3842 and NGC 4889. View this paper.