Black holes what the heck..

Black holes are everywhere according to media reports.

So lets go to the big cheese to see what they say about black holes from Nasa

“Don’t let the name fool you: a black hole is anything but empty space. Rather, it is a great amount of matter packed into a very small area – think of a star ten times more massive than the Sun squeezed into a sphere approximately the diameter of New York City. The result is a gravitational field so strong that nothing, not even light, can escape. In recent years, NASA instruments have painted a new picture of these strange objects that are, to many, the most fascinating objects in space.”

Yes because black holes are based on theoretical physics not actual real empirical physics.

So let us again look at the nature of black holes “The result is a gravitational field so strong that nothing, not even light, can escape.”

Well I assume that means gas as well, as I am sure the oxygen is held to the earth with its weak gravity.

So nothing can escape a black hole.

But instead observations from Active Galactic Nuclei suggests that matter is being continually ejected.

All galaxies according to science fairies have black holes in them.

Nasa then says this about the ejection and black holes

”  Before it falls in the gas becomes incredibly hot, so hot that it emits X-rays, Some of that gas doesn’t fall into the black hole but instead is shot out as ‘jets’ of hot gas.”

Ok so black holes have a gravity so strong light cannot escape, but x rays and hot gas can.

Sounds like a story to me, there hasn’t been one proven yet.

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2 thoughts on “Black holes what the heck..

  1. Well how it was explained to me was that as matter falls into the black holes “pull”, depending on the angle, matter can whip around it… just as our satellite “New Horizons” has done around Jupiter and Neptune to gain speed to get to Pluto faster. I can imagine though that at such an intense environment, the matter that is whipped around the black hole, in this case, gas, would most definitely speed at unbelievable rates and release a lot of light, especially in the x-ray. It isn’t too hard to far-fetched really.

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    1. Well that is interesting. The main thing to remember here is the science around black holes is based from theoretical viewpoint. Black holes have not been proven ! This comes from a gravitational hypothesis. Where is the study of vortices from the proponents of this science ? Virtually nonexistent ! Back holes are virtually everywhere in science media.
      A field of study I am interested in is Quasars, even media astronomy says this “Most quasars were formed approximately 12 billion years ago caused by collisions of galaxies and their central black holes merging to form a supermassive black hole’.
      The problem with this kind of science is that it is based on hypothetical scenarios, rather than the observation of processes. Where magnetic fields, ejection phenomena including on the electromagnetic spectrum, electrical output are dismissed. Because these hypothetical objects receive all the attention.
      Black holes are mathematical constructs left over from relativity poking its nose in to cosmology.

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