Re: Star chime could reveal small black holes
On Sep 12, 3:06 pm, Sam Wormley <sworml...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Star chime could reveal small black holes
"In theory, black holes come in all sizes, not just the star- and
galaxy-scale objects that astronomers have already seen.
The theory is wrong.
Galactic rotation curves tell us this.
Black holes tell us this.
Radiation that travels in the opposite direction
to which it acts tells us this.
Electrons which use no energy to move
around their atoms tells us this.
All the quasars far, far away but hugely, hugely
energetic tells us this.
Everything accellerating away from US tells us this,
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