Originally Posted by **mysticspace**

Schwarzschild's Equation defines the radius,R, of the event horizon,spherical surface, of a black ball as:R=2Gm/c^2. which gives:M/R=c^2/2G=0.6736x10^30kg/km where M/Ris constant for all black balls. Substituting the ratio,M/R, into the gravitational equation gives E=MmG/R and

E=m(4.4943x10^10 km^2/sec^2) in which the calculated energy,E, for a given m,will be identical at the event horizon of all black balls. The proton's gravitational energy at the event horizon of the 10 mass black ball and the Milky Way Center black ball are identical. The gravitational energy in the proton is less than the rest mass energy of the proton and is considered a graviton energy from a proton in the attracting mass. The parameters of the graiton energy are given by Graviton Energy= 7.5189x!)^10-17 kg km^2sec^-2=4.6934x10^8eV with wavelength=2.6417x10^-13 cm and frequency=1.11348x10^23 sec^-1. Additional parameters are contained in "Mystic Space",ISBN 142511039-8.