Black Holes

The main conclusion that I came to after 20+ years of investigation, is that the Mandelbrot Set represents a 2-dimensional black hole. It is like taking a 3D black hole and unfolding it and flattening it out onto a 2D plane so we can have a look inside.
If I am right then we should be able to learn a lot about the dynamics of black holes by studying the Mandelbrot Set and its associated dynamics.

In general relativity, a black hole is a region of space in which
the gravitational field is so powerful that nothing, not even light, can escape. Black holes are thought to have formed from stars or other massive objects (like galaxies) when they collapse due to their own gravity, to form an object with infinite density. This point of infinite density is referred to as a singularity.

In other words, the standard model of the universe suggests that matter generates black holes. However, no one really knows where all this matter came from in the first place. This is still one of the greatest mysteries of modern physics.

In my model of the universe, I get a different picture of what a black hole is and how it is formed. In my model, it appears that matter and black holes co-exist, are co-dependent and they co-evolve.

Recent evidence (based on observation) has emerged that seems to indicate that this is in fact the case and I will be getting into that a little later.