There ain't no steenking black holes

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There ain't no steenking black holes

Postby helper » Tue Dec 16, 2014 5:18 pm

They have seen what happens when
a star approaches a black hole: ... E1pjNm9Kc0
What shreds it is how fast it gets going
as it orbits closer to the center.
As soon as the star matter shreds, out flowing
jets of high-energy particles form. That's
where the star goes. Back out into
the galaxy. Not into a "black hole".
The center is composed of spin occurring
within a finer fabric of Space itself, at a
rate exceeding what matter can stand
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