1. ## Build your own Black Hole Machine

Build your own Black Hole Machine

Picture 1 :- general arrangement of Black Hole Chamber.
http://i1235.photobucket.com/albums/...HM/chamber.jpg
Note: Neutrally buoyant plastic dust should be added to both fluids, to aid viewing of the turbulence generated.

Picture 2 :- General arrangement of Black Hole Seed.
http://i1235.photobucket.com/albums/...4/BHM/seed.jpg
Note: Inlet and outlet porting shown is exaggerated to aid visualization.

Special Note:
In order to distinguish between the turbulence generated by the chamber and that generated by the seed, the porting must be slight but not insignificant, the aim is to generate a similar turbulence to that of an unbound fluid.

Other experiments:
Replace the Black Hole Seed with 1)a sphere 2)a cylinder 3)a Black Hole Seed without porting.
Note: These seeds will require a higher rate of rotation than the original seed.

2. Alternative chamber for polytechnics:-
http://i1235.photobucket.com/albums/...M/chamber2.jpg

If you need an alternative theory, just in case anyone is remotely interested:
As the distance to center of mass approaches zero, the spacetime curvature also approaches zero.
"Space isn't uniform and gravity isn't planar."

Build the machine, or simulate it (as a thought experiment), either will do.
The interesting part is the turbulence created by both, the 'planar rotation', and the 'polar jets'.
You should also note the point of inflection at the 'center'.

3. Where did you come up with this?

What is the purpose of the liquid?

4. I didn't, it's from a shelved geodynamo experiment.
This is the water based experiment, hence the liquids.

Got the compressor diagrams for the liquid sodium chamber as well.
http://i1235.photobucket.com/albums/.../BHM/comp2.jpg

5. Looks plausible.

I didn't, it's from a shelved geodynamo experiment.
This is the water based experiment, hence the liquids.

Got the compressor diagrams for the liquid sodium chamber as well.
http://i1235.photobucket.com/albums/.../BHM/comp2.jpg
How are we keeping the sodium molten? This means high temperature.

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