The Guardian are reporting that scientists have discovered evidence of a gigantic black hole near the centre of our own Milky Way galaxy. The size of the black hole is estimated to be one hundred thousand times more massive than our own sun.
But what if a black hole isn’t a black hole after all?
We are taught that space is a vacuum, what if that isn’t the case. What if the universe is made up of electrically active plasma?
For some time on The Kev Baker Show we have put forward the Electric Universe (EU) model, drawing largely from the brilliant research of The Thunderbolts Project. To simplify things, we often refer to this as the “Tesla” model of the universe, with the currently accepted model of space/time/gravity, being that of Einstein.
Imagine space is filled with plasma, as opposed to being an empty vacuum & electromagnetic in nature. Magnetic fields are found throughout the universe and they cannot exist without causative electrical currents. Charged particles travelling through the plasma along electrical currents that twist around each other called Birkland Currents.
Whats more, unlike the black holes, all of these electrical/plasma effects can, and have been, reproduced by scientists in the lab.
An Electric Universe extends the findings of plasma cosmology to the formation and evolution of stars and their planetary satellites. Stars are formed at the intersections of galactic current filaments in dusty space plasma. The size of a star and its color are determined electrically and may change suddenly. Novae and supernovae are the explosive response of stars to a power surge in their galactic circuit.
Proponents of the Electric Universe suggest that there are no isolated islands in the universe. All objects in space, from subatomic particles to galactic clusters, are connected by manifestations of the electric force acting in real-time.
The Standard Model of the Sun proposes that pressure at the core of the Sun provokes a thermonuclear reaction. Proponents of this model say that this thermonuclear furnace causes the Sun to shine.
The Electric Sun Model, on the other hand, envisions thermonuclear reactions and neutrino production at or close to the surface of the Sun where the maximum exchange between the Sun and its external environment occurs.
It is electricity that energises the stars, including the Sun, in a form of glow discharge. This external power source explains why the temperature of the Sun increases above the photosphere to coronal temperatures of 2 million degrees. Powerful plasma feedback effects maintain a steady output of visible solar radiation while variations in power input show up in the familiar sunspot cycle.
Black holes are purely theoretical & have never been reproduced in a laboratory. Astronomers are able to detect these “black holes” by detecting strong electromagnetic radiation coming from a region in space shrouded in a dust cloud. These black holes are said to tare apart all matter that is drawn into these unseen regions of space where the laws of physics seemingly cease to exist.
All that matter is then condensed down to contain no volume whatsoever, infinite density, and yet has a gravitational pull so powerful that not even photons can escape.
Dr Stephen Hawking, famous through is work on black holes, proposed that around these regions of space there would be radiation emitted, which is unsurprisingly named Hawking Radiation. The thing is, Hawking still hasn’t won that Nobel prize yet because its all still very THEORETICAL.
So what could cause the tell tale signs that astronomers claim are indicative of black holes?
Stephen Smith in 2009 wrote on Thurnderbolts.info….
X-rays and gamma rays in space are not created in gravity fields. Laboratory experiments most easily produce them by accelerating charged particles through an electric field. No gigantic masses compressed into tiny volumes are necessary and they are easily generated with the proper experimental models. There are other factors that should be considered when analyzing data from space before resorting to super-dense objects and anti-matter explosions as their cause.
There is no experimental evidence that matter can be compressed to “infinite density”. How stars form supernovae is not clear. Supernovae do not form spherical shells when they explode; they form glowing bipolar plasma formations like an hourglass. No one knows what triggers a black hole to suddenly gobble-up matter in its “accretion disk” within a few months.
As we have noted in the past, Hannes Alfvén identified the “exploding double layer” as a new class of celestial object. It is double layers in space plasmas that form most of the unusual structures we see. Stellar explosions, jets, rings, and glowing clouds – these are all examples of electricity flowing through dusty plasma confined within Birkeland currents that stretch across the light years.
Compression zones (z-pinches) in the plasma filaments form plasmoids that become the stars and galaxies. Electricity is responsible for the birth of stars, and when the current density gets too high the double layers in the circuit catastrophically release their excess energy and appear as gamma ray bursts or x-rays or flares of ultraviolet light.
Encouragingly, main stream scientists are starting to open their minds to the fact that there may be something other than black holes in these mysterious regions of space. New Scientist recently reported on that scientists were eagerly awaiting the first ever image of the black hole at the centre of the galaxy, but asked the question as to what happens if they find something other than the theorised black holes.
This led to an alternative, and just as speculative & theoretical, explain being offered – that of a Boson Star.
Without getting too far into that, its encourage to see that the scientists working on this project are at the very least open minded to alternative.