Five ‘Supermassive’ Black Holes Discovered
Once again the corporate media has given us more theory regarding the middle of galaxies that doesn’t actually make sense. A Supermassive black hole is at the center of our galaxy. It sounds pretty scary, anyway it has to be right because it is all about gravity and these guys must know what they are talking about.
Let us look at the facts about the middle of our galaxy and then let us look at theory of black holes.
Our galaxy the milky way has a center which the rest of us spin around. X-ray and radio observations offer the best evidence yet that, as long suspected, high-energy particles stream from the heart of our galaxy. There is also gas being ejected. So we have the center of the galaxy making stuff and energy. The center of the galaxy is shrouded in so much gas and dust that nothing is easy to see there from our perspective on Earth. “There’s basically all the gunk between us and the galactic center, plus a big screen of plasma that is sort of like bathroom shower glass, serving to smear out images because of electron scattering,” says astronomer Sera Markoff of the University of Amsterdam.
You would think that a supermassive black hole would consume vast amounts of material around it and be visible by the absence of material around it. But no, it doesn’t work like this at all. The center of our galaxy is an electrical furnace creating the material and elements found within it. Not a destroyer of matter, as black hole theory would suggest.
Why are we bombarded with back holes when..
They cannot define it as a region of space or an object in space.
They have never seen one and don’t know what they are made of.
They are predicted in gravity theory but sadly to this day have never been proven as fact.