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:
http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/swift ... 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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