Robert was a contributor to this group years ago. I remembered him when reading a Phys.org, article, and I wanted to contact him his email
Then, I learned that he passed away on Aug 2021. https://www.legacy.com/us/obituaries/gazettenet/name/robert-oldershaw-obituary?id=21718272
If I remember correctly, he proposed that stars have masses of multiples
of a constant value. He was much decried here, and he left.
The article I read was: https://phys.org/news/2022-10-uncovering-massive-quantum-mysteries-black.html
From that article:
"Our work shows that the very early theories of Jacob Bekenstein---American and Israeli theoretical physicist who made fundamental contributions
to the foundation of black hole thermodynamics---were on the money,"
"He postulated that black holes can only have masses that are of certain values, that is, they must fall within certain bands or ratios---this is
how energy levels of an atom works, for example.
"Our modeling showed that these superposed masses were, in fact, in
certain determined bands or ratios---as predicted by Bekenstein.
I do not know if Mr Oldershaw's theories will be right, the future will
More information: Joshua Foo et al, Quantum Signatures of Black Hole
Mass Superpositions, Physical Review Letters (2022). DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.129.181301 Journal information: Physical Review
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