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According to my idea, stars are formed out of gigantic, three-dimensionally expanding energy concentrations in the centres of galaxies, which release energy waves with an atomic nature. Energy waves that open up contain expanding quarks.

A sufficient energy pulse from outside sweeps with it the energy waves released by the quarks, which would otherwise push other quarks away in a relation analogous to their expansion. Now, the quarks start to expand and come close to each other in a way similar to cold fusion, forming what is called protons and neutrons, which are similar expanding energy concentrations releasing energy waves.

This explains one of the mysteries in modern physics, that is, how it is possible that new stars still come into existence near the gigantic black holes in galaxy centres. If the black holes indeed had a force that the calculations show, that attractive force ought to prevent the formation of new stars. My idea, in turn, could predict the new stars in the vicinity of the huge black holes in galaxy centres.


Sunspots are closely related to this topic.

According to my idea, this mystery is not really that peculiar, but how can this be explained, if the attractive force indeed exists?