Giant Black Hole at the Center of Our Galaxy May Have a Friend

Dec 16, 2019
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"A black hole that is more than a million times the mass of our son is considered supermassive "

That's a pretty big "son", I think at that size you better call it papa.
 
Dec 7, 2019
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Amazing how "the black hole in the center of the Milky Way", which has never been imaged nor proven to exist (so far only one problematic and dubious image from M87) now can be theorized as having a partner. How many angels can dance on the head of a pin? How many black holes dance in the galactic center? Why, as many as you want! Astrophysics has no deep understanding what gravity is, the Saint Einstein theory is pure metaphysics with a scientific facade, but wherever a serious gravitational anomaly exists within their "empty space" universe, that region is heavily salted with imaginary "black holes" -- now having different colors and flavors -- along with "MACHO" objects also not demonstrated. The real "black holes" are found in the absurd and bizarre theories being promoted by the discipline.
 
Mar 11, 2020
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James, you are completely right, the galaxy spins on its own, centrifugal force is a lie, a hoax, fake news. It doesn't need something super big in the center to hold it together. What you see doesn't exist! Or does it?
 

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