Visual Basic program "VB BHmerger"  Display  BH #3 = 5 m0
When you observe the above merger displays there two distinct types:
 In the first type you see many black "circles". A typical one is display #1 with phi = 0.
 In the second type you observe many red "circles". A typical one is display #20 with phi = 190.
In each of the displays there is also a green line. This is the path of the small object #3, which enters from the right and which approaches the binary pair of the two Black Holes.
The largest black hole is the black trajectory. This is BH #1. The path starts when phi is 0 left from the center of gravity and goes downwards.
The smallest black hole is the red trajectory. This is BH #2. Thi path starts when phi is 0 right from the center of gravity. The angle phi is angle between the start position of BH #2 and the horizontal point true the center of gravity. In the display the path goes upwards.
 In display #1 the black BH starts at phi = 180. Follows a circle through pi = 270 and meets the green BH at almost phi = 360 or 0 degrees. At that point the speed of BH #3 increases above 300000 km/sec and evaporates. That means the mass of BH #3 disintegrates and merges slowly with BH #1. The mass of BH #3 increases slowly and the two BH's start to spiral towards each other. This stops when all the mass of BH #3 has merged with BH #1 (the black one)
 In display #4 the black BH starts at phi = 210. Follows a circle through pi = 270 and meets the green BH at almost phi = 10 degrees. At that point the speed of BH #3 increases above 300000 km/sec and evaporates, the same as in picture #1. The difference between the two is that the closest distance is smaller and the rotation frequency of the two BH's is larger.
 In display #19 the red BH starts at phi = 180. Follows a circle through pi = 270 and meets the green BH at almost phi = 350 degrees. At that point the speed of BH #3 increases above 300000 km/sec and evaporates. That means the mass of BH #3 disintegrates and merges slowly with the red BH #2. The mass of BH #2 increases slowly and the two BH's start to spiral towards each other. This stops when all the mass of BH #3 has merged with BH #2 (the red one)
 In display 28 with phi 270 the green BH #3 is ejected from the binary system.
 Display 12, 18, 27 and 33 are typical cases where the average distance between the two BH #1 and #2, after the merging with the green BH #3, increases.
Picture 1
Phi 0

Picture 2
Phi 10

Picture 3
Phi 20

Picture 4
Phi 30

Picture 5
Phi 40

Picture 6
Phi 50

Picture 7
Phi 60

Picture 8
Phi 70

Picture 9
Phi 80

Picture 10
Phi 90

Picture 11
Phi 100

Picture 12
Phi 110

Picture 13
Phi 120

Picture 14
Phi 130

Picture 15
Phi 140

Picture 16
Phi 150

Picture 17
Phi 160

Picture 18
Phi 170

Picture 19
Phi 180

Picture 20
Phi 190

Picture 21
Phi 200

Picture 22
Phi 210

Picture 23
Phi 220

Picture 24
Phi 230

Picture 25
Phi 240

Picture 26
Phi 250

Picture 27
Phi 260

Picture 28
Phi 270

Picture 29
Phi 280

Picture 30
Phi 290

Picture 31
Phi 300

Picture 32
Phi 310

Picture 33
Phi 320

Picture 34
Phi 330

Picture 35
Phi 340

Picture 36
Phi 350

Created 3 March 2016
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