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04-11-2019, 12:14 AM
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First image of a blackhole
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The Event Horizon Telescope captured the first picture of a black hole — this one is in the Virgo A galaxy, called M87. The picture was released on April 10, 2019.

Quote:An international scientific team on Wednesday has unveiled a landmark achievement in astrophysics – the first photo of a black hole – in a feat that will put to the test a pillar of science: Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity.

Black holes are phenomenally dense celestial entities with gravitational fields so powerful no matter or light can escape, making them extraordinarily difficult to observe despite their great mass.

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04-11-2019, 12:14 AM
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The fact that black holes do not allow light to escape makes viewing them difficult. The scientists will be looking for a ring of light – disrupted matter and radiation circling at tremendous speed at the edge of the event horizon – around a region of darkness representing the actual black hole. This is known as the black hole’s shadow or silhouette.

The scientists said the shape of the shadow would be almost a perfect circle in Einstein’s theory of general relativity, and if it turns out that it is not, there is something wrong with the theory.

The project’s researchers obtained the first data in April 2017 using telescopes in the U.S. states of Arizona and Hawaii as well as Mexico, Chile, Spain and Antarctica. Since then, telescopes in France and Greenland have been added to the global network. The global network of telescopes has essentially created a planet-sized observational dish.



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04-11-2019, 01:05 AM
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"Spaceboy, you're sleepy now
Your silhouette is so stationary"
- David Bowie, Hallo Spaceboy

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― Philip K. Dick, Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said
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04-11-2019, 02:04 AM
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Bank of America Mural in the lobby of their Corporate Center in Charlotte, North Carolina
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04-11-2019, 02:08 AM
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We are in the middle of a seven-year tribulation between the two North American eclipses.

Battles are being fought between heaven and hell with silent weapons in a quiet war.

https://www.syti.net/GB/SilentWeaponsGB.html
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04-11-2019, 02:12 AM
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"Every little key unlocks the door
Every little secret has a lie
Try to take a picture of the sun
And it won't help you to see the light
"

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04-11-2019, 02:23 AM
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Blackholes are a myth invented because the math didn't work the quantum theory. They tried to make a square peg fit in a round hole which required them to fudge the math to explain the missing mass in the universe.

When you start with a faulty premise you cannot arrive at the truth.

The Universe is driven by electro-magnitism, not quantum gravity.
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04-11-2019, 02:26 AM
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Speaking of first images...

Did you see the first photograph of an atom that was in the news about two months ago?

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Feast your eyes on the first ever photo of a single atom hovering in thin air
Quote: ‘Single Atom in an Ion Trap’, by David Nadlinger, from the University of Oxford, shows the atom held by the fields emanating from the metal electrodes surrounding it. The distance between the small needle tips is about two millimetres.

When illuminated by a laser of the right blue-violet colour the atom absorbs and re-emits light particles sufficiently quickly for an ordinary camera to capture it in a long exposure photograph. The winning picture was taken through a window of the ultra-high vacuum chamber that houses the ion trap.
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04-11-2019, 02:30 AM
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Milky Way's Birkeland Current Falsifies "Black Hole" Assumption

Quote: 06/23/08
Anatomy of the Milky Way core

At present, we find ourselves in the unsatisfying position of having remarkable new observational insight into the nature of the galactic center but lacking a sturdy interpretive framework. - Robert L. Brown and Harvey S. Listz "Sagittarius A and it's Environment" Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics

Written in 1984 it appears that since then things have only worsened.

According to some estimates the bright radio source known as Sagittarius A* (pronounced A-star), residing at the heart of our Milky Way galaxy, is more than 50 light-years wide. It's radio glow stems from synchrotron radiation, the result of charged particles spiraling around magnetic field lines at relativistic speeds. Assumptions have been made that the Sag A* complex is the result of a massive black hole. Yet, save for mathematical computer models based on gravitational conjecture, not a single black hole has ever been found. Might the well known plasma dynamics of an electric universe reveal the true nature of the Milky Way's galactic center?

The central most region of our galaxy is filled with a variety of dense molecular clouds (plasma). A variety of factors such as temperature, chemical composition, bulk velocity etc are known to separate plasma of differing characteristics into separate molecular clouds. This self-organization is a fundamental aspect of plasma and is the 'life like' quality that prompted Irving Langmuir to so name them after blood plasma.

The Sagittarius A complex is divided into "Sag A East" and "Sag A West". Running perpendicular to the galactic plane is a series of filaments known to be magnetic called the Arc. They collectively form a long linearly polarized filament that appears to also interact with other molecular clouds but the filaments do not appear to be deflected by that interaction. That characteristic and their perpendicular relationship also implies that the "threads" composing the Arc are tracing the path of magnetic field lines.

One of these molecular clouds is known as "M-0.02-0.07" or simply the "50 km s-1 cloud". This particular dense cloud of plasma, often mistakenly called a "gas", is considered "unique" due to high levels of energetic activity. This energetic activity is the result of an interaction which produces the central "plasma-focused plasmoid" and non-thermal filamentation as explained in Galaxy Filaments
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04-11-2019, 03:38 AM
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It is not a photo. It is an image contrived from 'data'.
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04-11-2019, 04:06 AM
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Sounds like bullshit.

How come it blurry yet they have HD photos of a whole galaxy.

Lies on top of lies.
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04-11-2019, 04:08 AM
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(04-11-2019 01:05 AM)The Anti-Archon Wrote:  


with all due respect AA, this some is probably a more appropriate response to blackholes...



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04-11-2019, 04:16 AM
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Chris Cornell was honest about the fact that he didn't think about his songs, they sort of just came to him fully formed. Sort of like how Tesla described his inventions.

Many of Chris Cornell's songs seemed focused on images of an eclipse.




Nikola Tesla — 'If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.'
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04-11-2019, 04:24 AM
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I haven't been the same since a looked at the last eclipse, right nearby where I live on the line of totality. It was a very dramatic experience. Makes you appreciate the cosmic dance and perfect balance in the universe. It was a little bit overcast that day I could see the sun without my eclipse googles on, no problem.


Everyone should see the next one in totality, IMHO.

...I think Trump should have used eye protection, though.
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04-11-2019, 04:26 AM
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clip from the heavily Kabbalistic movie Pi by Darren Aronofsky:


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