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International Journal of Physics. 2014, 2(2), 30-33
DOI: 10.12691/ijp-2-2-1
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Analysis on Hawking Radiation and Steady State Universe by Siva’s Theories

Siva Prasad Kodukula1, 2,

1Adviser- Centre for Innovation & Discovery, Bheemunipatnam-, India

2Employee of Jindal Steel & Power Ltd, Angul, India

Pub. Date: April 11, 2014

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Siva Prasad Kodukula. Analysis on Hawking Radiation and Steady State Universe by Siva’s Theories. International Journal of Physics. 2014; 2(2):30-33. doi: 10.12691/ijp-2-2-1


Every black hole will have a singularity at its center. The mass ‘M’ and Horizon radius ‘R’ are inter related by an equation M3 = 2.914× 1038 R. As long as it remains as a stable black hole the mass ‘M’ & Horizon Radius ‘R’ will remain constant with M = 6.58×105 Kgs and R = 9.767×10-22 mts. This is the hole connecting all the singularities of the universe. These are always constant for all black holes of the universe. Heavy black holes will lose mass through this hole and will be pumped to other locations of universe to keep the density of the matter created in steady state with the expansion of the universe. The mass loss calculated is 4.953083423× 105 Kg/sec. The mass loss is almost same as that of life time of black hole in Hawking Radiation. Thus the mass loss of black hole is not through hawking radiation it is through the singularity point of black hole.

Quantum Gravity space time fluid K-Suryon singularity of black holes Hawking Radiation universe

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