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    Magnetospheric Eternally Collapsing Object

    Tuesday, August 13, 2019 Last Updated 2019-10-24T10:58:45Z
    It should come as no surprise that there are many confusing properties and paradoxes involving black holes. In order to deal with the problems inherent in black hole mathematics, theorists have proposed a variety of star-like objects.

    In 2003, scientists proposed that black holes are not actually singularities, as generally thought, but are an exotic type of star called the magnetospheric eternally collapsing object (MECO).

    The MECO model is an attempt to deal with the theoretical problem that the matter of a collapsing black hole appears to be traveling faster than the speed of light.A MECO forms just like a normal black hole.

    Matter is overcome by gravity and begins to collapse in on itself. However, in a MECO, the radiation produced by colliding subatomic particles creates an outward pressure not unlike the pressure caused by fusion in a star’s core.

    This allows the MECO to remain relatively stable. It never forms an event horizon and never completely collapses.

    Black holes eventually collapse in on themselves and evaporate, but a MECO would take an infinite amount of time to collapse.

    Thus, it enters a state of eternal collapsing.MECO theories solve many problems of black holes, including the information.

    Because a MECO never collapses, it does not have the problems of information destruction like a black hole. However exciting MECO theories may be, they have been met with much skepticism in the physics community.

    Quasars are generally believed to be black holes surrounded by a luminous accretion disk, so astronomers have attempted to find a quasar with the precise magnetic qualities of a MECO. None have been conclusively found, but new telescopes looking for black holes should shed more light on the theory. For now, the MECO is an interesting solution to black hole problems but not a leading candidate.


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