Black Holes

Introduction – Black Holes

Black holes seem to be part and parcel of the ongoing process. It’s a creation as massive amounts of matter get sucked down in terrifyingly huge cosmic drain holes some weighing just as much as billions of solar masses. The visible universe exists in a continuous state of growth and change as immense voids Bubble up between vast Walls of filamentous superclusters consisting of numerous galaxies and quasars all with massive black holes lurking at their centers. New cells would continuously be created in these ever-expanding voids with this energy collapsing or concentrating back into itself in the shape of mostly dark matter and after that a small amount of physical matter.

Black Holes

Creation – Black Holes

Hence particles of dark matter are much finer than particles of baryonic matter, they’re much easier for dark energy to create, explaining why there’s a lot more dark matter than baryonic matter in the universe. While these vast voids of dark energy between galaxies. Trillions of asymmetrical virtual particles would Bubble up from the void, but slight fluxes of particles that might eventually form into subatomic particles like neutrons or rivers of electrically charged particles of plasma. Swirling down into galaxies where I condense into vast star building nebulae. Conventional astronomers assume these neutron streams came from the Big Bang.

Black Holes

April 10th, Black Hole at the heart of M87

On April 10th, the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) association broadcasted that it had photos the contours of the supermassive black hole at the heart of M87, a gigantic elliptical galaxy that lies 55 million light-years from Earth.


Along with dark matter, these currents of plasma create massive filaments that form the spine of galaxy creation. Countless stars are created from all of these massive and ever present cosmic streams of charged particles most of that are quite invisible, but could be detected at various microwave oven frequencies. A few of the older stars and the most massive new stars would form into black holes which in turn would give off more vast streams of charged particles through its intensely concentrated magnetic poles while giving off Hawking radiation before eventually evaporating back into the rest of the universe. 

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Nebulae

Could new hydrogen atoms also form from the vast streams of plasma particles accelerated out from massive electrical\/magnetic energy vortices piercing the center of vast black holes or quasars? Furthermore, such hydrogen atoms would eventually concentrate into nebulae, stars and eventually, form whole new worlds. There might be a constant balance of expansion, creation, contraction, and recycling of old matter. Into new particles throughout the formation of energy vortices or black holes. There might, therefore, be a dynamic universal balance between dark energy, black holes, and the creation of new matter. It might very well be that the contraction energy of black holes along with other gravitational sources. Are dynamically and universally balanced by the ever-expanding and all-pervading influence of dark energy.

Galaxy

Even though there’s much evidence to support the idea that most galaxies, including our own Milky Way galaxy, must have at their center’s supermassive gravitation wells in the order of millions of solar masses.

There’s much evidence to support the idea that most galaxies, including our own Milky Way galaxy, must have at their center’s supermassive gravitation wells in the order of millions of solar masses.

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