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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 8:40 pm    Post subject: Black holes Reply with quote

I have no clue. I think that space cannot turn onto itself, and from
the study of hurricanes and spiral galaxies, I have found that in
places where one would expect to find a black hole, swirling
develops which actually distributes the energy of a black hole
to widerspread distances, meaning probably black holes do not
form, and the same goes for white holes.

I have a feeling that the big bang theory is off by hundreds of
billions of years or more, that the Universe is a lot bigger and
older.

No clue.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 8:50 pm    Post subject: Re: Black holes Reply with quote

Quote:
I have no clue. I think that space cannot turn onto itself, and from
the study of hurricanes and spiral galaxies, I have found that in
places where one would expect to find a black hole, swirling
develops which actually distributes the energy of a black hole
to widerspread distances, meaning probably black holes do not
form, and the same goes for white holes.

I have a feeling that the big bang theory is off by hundreds of
billions of years or more, that the Universe is a lot bigger and
older.

No clue.

From the dark energy research we can conclude that aside
from gravitation, inertial forces arise, tidal forces of a large mass,

and the tidal forces act as swirling hurricanes, and not abiding
to plain gravitational orbits around a nucleus. The dark energy
is a very powerful inertial force which disrupts black holes,
but instead distributes as swirling energies and far-scale
inertial currents. Something like that. Just like hurricanes
combined with general gravitation. The Sun collapsing into a
black hole gives birth to high inertial currents, where light
can escape. It seems Einstein's nothing can go faster than
c includes black holes.
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gb7648
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 9:16 pm    Post subject: Re: Black holes Reply with quote

Quote:
I have no clue. I think that space cannot turn onto itself, and from
the study of hurricanes and spiral galaxies, I have found that in
places where one would expect to find a black hole, swirling
develops which actually distributes the energy of a black hole
to widerspread distances, meaning probably black holes do not
form, and the same goes for white holes.

I have a feeling that the big bang theory is off by hundreds of
billions of years or more, that the Universe is a lot bigger and
older.

No clue.

From the dark energy research we can conclude that aside
from gravitation, inertial forces arise, tidal forces of a large mass,
and the tidal forces act as swirling hurricanes, and not abiding
to plain gravitational orbits around a nucleus. The dark energy
is a very powerful inertial force which disrupts black holes,
but instead distributes as swirling energies and far-scale
inertial currents. Something like that. Just like hurricanes
combined with general gravitation. The Sun collapsing into a
black hole gives birth to high inertial currents, where light
can escape. It seems Einstein's nothing can go faster than
c includes black holes.

General Study on Dark Energy

A possible insight to a long-saught explanation to the mystic
energy identified as dark energy. Just the mass is not sufficient
to hold our galaxy together, to bind our spiral galaxy, and based
on the observable mass the galaxy should fly apart. However
the hurricane-like powerful energy of the 'swirling' formation of
spiral galaxies explain the mystic dark energies apart from general
gravitation.

I realized the correlation of swirling hurricanes carrying huge
amounts of 'swirling-related' dynamics and not pure orbit-based
characteristics (spiral galaxies have both swirling and general
gravitational aspects). Suns don't just orbit the nucleus of a
galaxy by the billions, but *allign to swirling energies*, which
in terms of energy carry as much as 90 percent of the galaxy's
inertia, the same inertia detected as an energy source binding
to mass. The inertia of our spiral galaxy seems to be 9 times
stronger than its mass alone.

The study of hurricanes should reveal why a galaxy tightens
when taking up binding energies of a storm, its inertia and
independent collective rotation as mass.

The eye of the spiral galaxy should have identifiable characteristics
with the eyes of hurricanes. In the eye of a spiral galaxy there
should be a hot accumulation of gas and dust forming an eye.
General gravitation meets the inertia of the spiral galaxy's
swirling 'storm' inertial energies, and both general gravitation
and the inertial fields of the spiral galaxy should be taken into
account in regards to the study of black holes. What needs
to be taken into consideration is inertia, heading and full-scale
rotation-related energies.
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gb7648
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 9:27 pm    Post subject: Re: Black holes Reply with quote

Quote:
I have no clue. I think that space cannot turn onto itself, and from
the study of hurricanes and spiral galaxies, I have found that in
places where one would expect to find a black hole, swirling
develops which actually distributes the energy of a black hole
to widerspread distances, meaning probably black holes do not
form, and the same goes for white holes.

I have a feeling that the big bang theory is off by hundreds of
billions of years or more, that the Universe is a lot bigger and
older.

No clue.

From the dark energy research we can conclude that aside
from gravitation, inertial forces arise, tidal forces of a large mass,
and the tidal forces act as swirling hurricanes, and not abiding
to plain gravitational orbits around a nucleus. The dark energy
is a very powerful inertial force which disrupts black holes,
but instead distributes as swirling energies and far-scale
inertial currents. Something like that. Just like hurricanes
combined with general gravitation. The Sun collapsing into a
black hole gives birth to high inertial currents, where light
can escape. It seems Einstein's nothing can go faster than
c includes black holes.

General Study on Dark Energy

A possible insight to a long-saught explanation to the mystic
energy identified as dark energy. Just the mass is not sufficient
to hold our galaxy together, to bind our spiral galaxy, and based
on the observable mass the galaxy should fly apart. However
the hurricane-like powerful energy of the 'swirling' formation of
spiral galaxies explain the mystic dark energies apart from general
gravitation.

I realized the correlation of swirling hurricanes carrying huge
amounts of 'swirling-related' dynamics and not pure orbit-based
characteristics (spiral galaxies have both swirling and general
gravitational aspects). Suns don't just orbit the nucleus of a
galaxy by the billions, but *allign to swirling energies*, which
in terms of energy carry as much as 90 percent of the galaxy's
inertia, the same inertia detected as an energy source binding
to mass. The inertia of our spiral galaxy seems to be 9 times
stronger than its mass alone.

The study of hurricanes should reveal why a galaxy tightens
when taking up binding energies of a storm, its inertia and
independent collective rotation as mass.

The eye of the spiral galaxy should have identifiable characteristics
with the eyes of hurricanes. In the eye of a spiral galaxy there
should be a hot accumulation of gas and dust forming an eye.
General gravitation meets the inertia of the spiral galaxy's
swirling 'storm' inertial energies, and both general gravitation
and the inertial fields of the spiral galaxy should be taken into
account in regards to the study of black holes. What needs
to be taken into consideration is inertia, heading and full-scale
rotation-related energies.

So its something (mass) which distributes inertially and not only
gravitationally to greater scales and the inertia would arise as
many times more powerful than general gravitational effects.
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gb7648
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 9:36 pm    Post subject: Re: Black holes Reply with quote

Quote:
I have no clue. I think that space cannot turn onto itself, and from
the study of hurricanes and spiral galaxies, I have found that in
places where one would expect to find a black hole, swirling
develops which actually distributes the energy of a black hole
to widerspread distances, meaning probably black holes do not
form, and the same goes for white holes.

I have a feeling that the big bang theory is off by hundreds of
billions of years or more, that the Universe is a lot bigger and
older.

No clue.

From the dark energy research we can conclude that aside
from gravitation, inertial forces arise, tidal forces of a large mass,
and the tidal forces act as swirling hurricanes, and not abiding
to plain gravitational orbits around a nucleus. The dark energy
is a very powerful inertial force which disrupts black holes,
but instead distributes as swirling energies and far-scale
inertial currents. Something like that. Just like hurricanes
combined with general gravitation. The Sun collapsing into a
black hole gives birth to high inertial currents, where light
can escape. It seems Einstein's nothing can go faster than
c includes black holes.

General Study on Dark Energy

A possible insight to a long-saught explanation to the mystic
energy identified as dark energy. Just the mass is not sufficient
to hold our galaxy together, to bind our spiral galaxy, and based
on the observable mass the galaxy should fly apart. However
the hurricane-like powerful energy of the 'swirling' formation of
spiral galaxies explain the mystic dark energies apart from general
gravitation.

I realized the correlation of swirling hurricanes carrying huge
amounts of 'swirling-related' dynamics and not pure orbit-based
characteristics (spiral galaxies have both swirling and general
gravitational aspects). Suns don't just orbit the nucleus of a
galaxy by the billions, but *allign to swirling energies*, which
in terms of energy carry as much as 90 percent of the galaxy's
inertia, the same inertia detected as an energy source binding
to mass. The inertia of our spiral galaxy seems to be 9 times
stronger than its mass alone.

The study of hurricanes should reveal why a galaxy tightens
when taking up binding energies of a storm, its inertia and
independent collective rotation as mass.

The eye of the spiral galaxy should have identifiable characteristics
with the eyes of hurricanes. In the eye of a spiral galaxy there
should be a hot accumulation of gas and dust forming an eye.
General gravitation meets the inertia of the spiral galaxy's
swirling 'storm' inertial energies, and both general gravitation
and the inertial fields of the spiral galaxy should be taken into
account in regards to the study of black holes. What needs
to be taken into consideration is inertia, heading and full-scale
rotation-related energies.

So its something (mass) which distributes inertially and not only
gravitationally to greater scales and the inertia would arise as
many times more powerful than general gravitational effects.

Gravity is basically inertial energy. Separating the two,
but its really the same. The same of two has of difference in mind of
science of mass inertiality.
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gb7648
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 9:42 pm    Post subject: Re: Black holes Reply with quote

Quote:
I have no clue. I think that space cannot turn onto itself, and from
the study of hurricanes and spiral galaxies, I have found that in
places where one would expect to find a black hole, swirling
develops which actually distributes the energy of a black hole
to widerspread distances, meaning probably black holes do not
form, and the same goes for white holes.

I have a feeling that the big bang theory is off by hundreds of
billions of years or more, that the Universe is a lot bigger and
older.

No clue.

From the dark energy research we can conclude that aside
from gravitation, inertial forces arise, tidal forces of a large mass,
and the tidal forces act as swirling hurricanes, and not abiding
to plain gravitational orbits around a nucleus. The dark energy
is a very powerful inertial force which disrupts black holes,
but instead distributes as swirling energies and far-scale
inertial currents. Something like that. Just like hurricanes
combined with general gravitation. The Sun collapsing into a
black hole gives birth to high inertial currents, where light
can escape. It seems Einstein's nothing can go faster than
c includes black holes.

General Study on Dark Energy

A possible insight to a long-saught explanation to the mystic
energy identified as dark energy. Just the mass is not sufficient
to hold our galaxy together, to bind our spiral galaxy, and based
on the observable mass the galaxy should fly apart. However
the hurricane-like powerful energy of the 'swirling' formation of
spiral galaxies explain the mystic dark energies apart from general
gravitation.

I realized the correlation of swirling hurricanes carrying huge
amounts of 'swirling-related' dynamics and not pure orbit-based
characteristics (spiral galaxies have both swirling and general
gravitational aspects). Suns don't just orbit the nucleus of a
galaxy by the billions, but *allign to swirling energies*, which
in terms of energy carry as much as 90 percent of the galaxy's
inertia, the same inertia detected as an energy source binding
to mass. The inertia of our spiral galaxy seems to be 9 times
stronger than its mass alone.

The study of hurricanes should reveal why a galaxy tightens
when taking up binding energies of a storm, its inertia and
independent collective rotation as mass.

The eye of the spiral galaxy should have identifiable characteristics
with the eyes of hurricanes. In the eye of a spiral galaxy there
should be a hot accumulation of gas and dust forming an eye.
General gravitation meets the inertia of the spiral galaxy's
swirling 'storm' inertial energies, and both general gravitation
and the inertial fields of the spiral galaxy should be taken into
account in regards to the study of black holes. What needs
to be taken into consideration is inertia, heading and full-scale
rotation-related energies.

So its something (mass) which distributes inertially and not only
gravitationally to greater scales and the inertia would arise as
many times more powerful than general gravitational effects.

Gravity is basically inertial energy. Separating the two,
but its really the same. The same of two has of difference in mind of
science of mass inertiality.

The gravity of mass, its complexity in inertial dynamics, not only

pulling, but a force, as dynamic as a hurricane.
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