Life Inside Black Holes
From Kook Science
- Dokuchaev, Vyacheslav I. (2011), Is There Life Inside Black Holes?, https://arxiv.org/abs/1103.6140 — "Bound inside rotating or charged black holes, there are stable periodic planetary orbits, which neither come out nor terminate at the central singularity. Stable periodic orbits inside black holes exist even for photons. These bound orbits may be defined as orbits of the third kind, following the Chandrasekhar classification of particle orbits in the black hole gravitational field. The existence domain for the third kind orbits is rather spacious, and thus there is place for life inside supermassive black holes in the galactic nuclei. Interiors of the supermassive black holes may be inhabited by civilizations, being invisible from the outside. In principle, one can get information from the interiors of black holes by observing their white hole counterparts."
- Dokuchaev, V. I. (2012), Life Inside Black Holes, https://arxiv.org/abs/1203.0878