Piezoelectric Metamaterial "Black Holes" Produce Electricity
Piezoelectric metamaterial “Black Holes” produce electricity when squeezed, stretched, or compressed. Quartz, graphene, buckyballs, and notably solid helium crystals are exceptional piezoelectric metamaterials. Many exotic metals become piezoelectric when contacting liquid helium around 2 degrees kelvin, and mimic black holes by holographic duality. Black holes are explainable as exotic phase changes of matter. Liquid helium purifies itself and remains liquid as it approaches absolute zero mimicking black holes. Solid and liquid ultracold superstates of helium are the main constituents of unseen inferred galaxy centers called black holes. Silica is common in outer space in dusty star and galaxy disks. “Black Holes Get Electric When Flexed” “Black Hole Brains as Piezoelectrics” by Jay Armas
Electricity and magnetism are the only fundamental forces of reality. Electric fields induced by mechanical stresses (galaxies colliding) are the basic feature of piezoelectrics, and their behavior is governed by the physics of electroelastic materials. Inventing human mathematical gravity science requiring enormous dark matter and unseen fictional black holes, is no longer credible science. A phony black hole is envisioned as a pinpoint particle with charge. Adding a dimension makes a charged string, and adding another dimension makes it a plane or a black brane. Bending and folding black branes into a blackfold produces piezoelectric effects. This is entirely sufficient explanatory cosmology, without including the outlandish descriptive distortions of reality involving gravitational theories that divert attention from the universe being ruled by electromagnetism. Birkeland currents twisting filaments explains the shapes, without dark matter components that literally require being attached inside and around the regions where filaments intersect and wrap together by magnetic fields.
Jay Armas of Copenhagen University in Denmark claims uncovering a new response coefficient of charged black branes exhibiting piezoelectric behavior. Black branes follow the mathematics of fluid dynamics like in the quark-gluon plasma. Black branes can behave like liquids and/or solids, clearly indicating that helium is the primary metamaterial we are seeking to truthfully explain black holes. A black brane with electric charge bends to convert mechanical stress into an electric field, as in piezoelectric materials. Flexing the solid form is what most likely generates an electric field. Piezoelectric crystals lack symmetry and the opposite charges separate, forming plasma bubbles that implode. Jay Armas says “Einstein’s equations are complex and unwieldy, so one trick to try to describe them is by ordinary materials.” This is not really a trick, because trying to apply phony relativity to electromagnetic phenomena is wrong science.
Exotic metals mimic spinning black holes by holographic duality. There is a close correspondence between the physical properties of holographic metals near charged black holes in anti-de Sitter space, and the fractionalized Fermi liquid phase of the lattice Anderson model.
“Ripening of Splashed 4He Crystals by Acoustic Waves with and without Gravity” “Rapid Growth of Helium Crystals in Zero Gravity” Helium crystals rapidly formed one single large 10 mm sized crystal in a new experiment without gravity. Without gravity helium crystals can rapidly grow in seconds to far larger sizes. Supernovas when exploding are under zero gravity conditions. Superfluid behaving plasmas under these enormous pressures and high acoustic wave sonic booms produced by supernovas are presumed to suddenly form black holes. The truthful explanation is most likely that black holes form where a huge helium crystal core is contacting or surrounded by liquid helium, similar to what happened in the experiment.