Spacetime singularity, singular bounds and compactness for solutions of the Poisson’s equation
Aranda, Carlos Cesar
A black hole is a spacetime region in whose interior lies a structure known as a space-time singularity whose scientific description is profoundly elusive, and which depends upon the still missing theory of quantum gravity. Using the classical weak comparison principle we are able to obtain new bounds, compactness results and concentration phenomena in the theory of Newtonian potentials of distributions with compact support which gives a suitable mathematical theory of spacetime singularity. We derive a rigorous renormalization of the Newtonian gravity law using nonlinear functional analysis and we have a solid set of astronomical observations supporting our new equation. This general setting introduces a new kind of ill posed problem with a very simple physical interpretation.