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Astronomers Reveal First Image Of Supermassive Black Hole At Milky Way’s Center
Astronomers Reveal First Image Of Supermassive Black Hole At Milky Way’s Center

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  3. Anthony D'Amore says:

    No my question is should we be concerned? what's the probability of it expanding or coming here or can it get stronger and pull us to there? I don't know how a black hole works other than it sucks things in even light because it has a heavy gravitational pull.

  4. J Bennett says:

    This is pretty exciting for people who understand the value of science. Teams led by Andrea Ghez and Reinhard Genzel managed to track stars orbiting around Sagittarius A*, but they couldn't image the black hole itself. Now the Event Horizon Telescope has gotten that image, and the EHT is just getting started.

    Add in the data the James Webb space telescope will be bringing in soon, and we're going to have a lot more exciting astronomical advances in the coming years. Nice to have some good space news to counter all the bleah terrestrial news.

  5. MAGA-Make Affordable Gasoline Again says:

    For some reason when I saw this on my local news it said "Milky Way black hole" and my brain didn't read the Way part and it made it kinda funny.

  6. Mike Pollock says:

    A black hole is simply a minimum entropy star. It is invisible because all it emits are optically invisible gamma rays. It is made of nothing but quarks that have been separated and uses dark matter as the catalyst. Once the quarks have been separated from a sufficient enough collision, it is the sheer density and pressure of the dark matter of space that keeps the quarks apart indefinitely. As a result of this separation, the dark matter is thrown out of the reaction as gamma rays. That is where all the cosmic and gamma rays come from in our universe.
    Space is made of extremely pressurized electron neutrinos.

    A black hole starts transforming itself into potential energy by first fusing the electron neutrinos of space and the quarks to create the first neutrons the mass will possess. This turns the black hole into a neutron star but the neutrons are only a thin layer on the surface of the quark plasma. This gives the mass its first optical light as well.

    The neutrons naturally break down into the first hydrogen the mass will possess. The constantly forming neutrons then fuse with the hydrogen to form the first helium using the beta minus decay, neutron capture method. This is the true fusion of the universe and has absolutely nothing to do with creating energy. It is only a method of turning kinetic energy into potential energy. That is why fusion has never, and will never work for energy production. Quark plasma is what scientists seek.

    The beta minus decay reaction continues creating heavier elements making the star darker until a crust forms and the light is extinguished. At this point, an atmosphere is allowed to develop since the surface is now protected from the quark plasma underneath. The endless quark plasma energy is what allows all the reactions to take place. We live on an ex-black hole.

    Gravity is created from a manipulation of the electron neutrinos of space. The energy of a mass breaks down electrons at the core and turns them into electron neutrinos. These particles are shot from the mass gravitationally invisible. They push out on the natural pressure of space to cause gravitational lensing since it is all the same matter. Gravity is created as the natural pressure of space pushes through the outgoing matter to react with normal matter as gravity. At absolute zero, this manipulation stops and so does gravity no matter what the size of the mass may be.

    Gravity had nothing to do with the energy we see because a massive collision in space created the galaxies as quark plasma shrapnel. The reason the force of gravity remains unexplained is because a cloud of gas and dust must be able to transform itself into a star. This assumption completely disregards 95% of the mass of our universe.

    Our galaxy was spinning when it was born in the collision. Quark plasma is invisible and can make shapes. The centrifugal force created a massive disk with a bulbous center. The center separated from the disk and our black hole was formed. The remaining quark plasma disk was left to create all the solar systems. Each one was created with a single mass of quark plasma as well.
    Our solar system did exactly what our galaxy did. A disk with a bulbous center was formed by centrifugal force. The center separated from the disk and our Sun was born as a black hole. The remaining quark plasma disk was left to create the planets and their corresponding moons and rings. Even our planets were formed exactly like our galaxy and solar system was.

    This is the Theory of Everything. All laws are consistently followed. No stone is unturned. Our universe is very understandable. All it takes is going back to what Edwin Hubble discovered and realizing that it was only the galaxies expanding, not the universe. Hubble never believed in the expanding universe theory but nobody listened. Georges Lamaitres primeval atom theory was accepted immediately and set into stone. It was the biggest mistake science has ever made.

  7. Ralph York says:

    The galactic drain we all circle. Right-wing trolls triggered … American Taliban aghast we would look into God's eye. They'll be shutting down JWT to stop it from looking at creation.

  8. Pisacha Nation says:

    The existence of black holes are purely theoretical. Where is the undeniable truth….like a indisputable clear photograph? Like the Loch Ness Monster stories which began in 1933, and all the people who claim to have seen it, the cold hard proof has yet to come forward. However, there are even stronger theoretical reasons to expect they don't exist.

  9. Karl Ditz says:

    Sure it is. This is as fake as anything could be. These people really thing the public is a fool when they put out crap like this and expect us to believe its anything other than a bad photo of a light fixture.

  10. Evan Price says:

    Imagine the universe as a taut piece of fabric; just to the point that it is not stretched. Now imagine placing spherical objects on that piece of fabric. What you might expect now is that the spherical objects will start to roll towards the center of the net. This is the stretching of space-time. This analogy is essentially what Einstein’s general theory of relativity is. Space is as such; “a piece of fabric woven together with with time.” Basically our universe is not a flat 2-D plane, but rather a 3-D array of matrices. The greater the gravitational force of an object is, then the further the fabric of the universe is stretched in a particular region.

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