Q&A: Black Holes
I have a theory that black holes produce a spout of energy at
the north magnetic pole, and that the black holes and quasars
act like a hurricane and form an inner event horizon where there
is little if any matter or energy. Could I be correct?
Many black holes do appear to produce a spout of energy at their
magnetic poles. This is probably due to the twisting of magnetic
field lines in gas swirling toward the black hole. Near the
inner event horizon, the gas may take the form of the towering
eye-wall clouds of a hurricane, but for a different reason. In a
hurricane, the pressure drops dramatically near the eye, and
maintains the swirling motion. In a black hole, gravity controls
the action, and pulls the gas inside the event horizon, from
which there is no escape. There is a lot of mass and energy
there, but we can't see it.