Looking at the Physics of What a Quark Star-Black Hole Binary Would Create in Terms of GW Signals and New Physics

Andrew Beckwith
2021 Journal of High Energy Physics Gravitation and Cosmology  
A quark star, black hole pairing as a would-be Gravitational wave generator is brought up. Quark stars are, anyway, likely to be black holes, above a certain mass limit, whereas a quark star in itself obey thermodynamic "laws" which in certain ways differ from the traditional black hole models. We list some of the probable consequences of such a binary, and make predictions as to certain GW phenomenon which will have observational consequences. i.e., a GW "change in energy" from a black
more » ... rk star pair would likely be within 90% of that of comparatively massed black hole-black hole binary pair. The electromagnetic "profile" of the two cases would differ dramatically, and we conclude our inquiry with an open question if a generalized uncertainty principle could play a role in comparing the 7 th and 8 th equations of our presentation.
doi:10.4236/jhepgc.2021.74075 fatcat:yj2ov62lo5djrkvomhr7v76cse