sjw40364 wrote:Because the facts do not fit their theory, so why stick to the facts?
Deductive theory is this: get the data, adjust hypothesis/theory to fit data, then publish (EU)
Inductive theory is this: get the data, manipulate the data to fit hypothesis/theory, then publish (Mainstream "astronomy.)
Black holes are mathematical constructs made by dividing by zero. if they are infinitely dense in infinitely small volume, then how could one be 2 solar masses and another be 2 million solar masses in the "singularity?" Infinite density in zero space should be infinite mass and the so-called black holes are anything but infinite in mass. The "black holes" in galaxies are all plasmoids, be they galactic plasmoids or quasars. This brings me to another question, what is the difference between quasars and the plasmoids of say, our own galaxy. Is one bigger than the other, with more mass? Could a quasar have planets orbiting around it, including one that might support life? Thanks in advance for the answers, since I'm curious about such things.