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Black Hole

The term "Black Hole" is inappropriate since it describes an entity that is so massive that its gravity becomes so strong that nothing, not even light, can escape its grasp. While it is uncontested that there is definitely a strong energy source out there, such sources are clearly not the object of conventional definition. There are numerous points to consider

  • The cause, nature, and properties of gravity.
  • The contention that "nothing" can escape a black hole.
  • The math required to "prove" that black holes exist.
  • The speed of light as a constant and as an absolute limit.

MATH vs OBSERVATION
Black holes are a mathematical construct. The math came first, then the math was interpreted to presume the existence of black holes. Then the proponents went looking for them and found what they were looking for. Or so they claim. There are things out there that do exhibit properties that one might expect of a black hole and proponents will use the observations to claim that black holes are proven to exist. But black holes have never been observed in a manner that offers more than circustantial evidence and that evidence is weak at best.

HOW MANY HOLES?
Proponents now claim to be finding black holes everywhere they look. The center of every galaxy, so they say, contains a supermassive black hole. But the math that defines a black hole makes it impossible for more than one of them to exist in the universe. Or for anything else to exist in the same universe that contains a black hole.

MASS & GRAVITY
Gravity is electrical in nature. The Earth has remained relatively constant in total mass -- gains and losses being insignificant in the context of gravitational strength -- for millions of years. But it is known that Earth's gravity has become much stronger since the age of the dinosaurs because creatures of that mass could not lift their own weight in today's gravity. There is substantial research in load-bearing structures, be they bridges, insects, elephants, skyscrapers, etc. Brachiosaurus, for example, could not even lift its head in today's gravity. Gravity has changed. Mass hasn't (not enough anyhow). But Earth's relation to the Sun and planets has changed, as has the electrical nature of our planet.

This is significant because it demonstrates that the black hole phenomenoa is likely due to electrical forces rather than mass. There is something there and it is probably big and it probably has a very strong gravitaional field. But it is a big electrical beast, not a gravitational vacuum of in infinite density.

MATH & INFINITY
How does one arrive at the conslusion of "infinite" mass that black holes are supposed to possess? This is accomplished as a result of division by zero. So you take something and divide it by nothing and the result is infinity. In truth, the result is nonsense, which is why division by zero is not allowed in math. Perhaps this argument should have been presented first because it is a fatal flaw that makes all other discussion unnecessary.

LIGHT SPEED
The speed of light is presumed to be a universal constant, which is to say it never changes. But it is known to change often. The textbooks of the very people who make the claim give several different values for light speed over the last century alone. Nor is this due to technological improvement. The values have been measured with accuracy to several decimal places and the proponents will not argue their validity. Instead they use circular arguments to define the speed of light.

ESCAPE VELOCITY
The contention that "nothing" can escape a black hole, "not even light" is the weakest part of the argument. "Nothing" means nothing that exists so it is not necessary to qualify that assertion. But proponents do qualify it with the "not even light" statement. Light is brought into the equation because speed is the critical element when considering what, exactly, can escape a gravitional field. Since light is presumed to be the fastest thing that exists, if a gravitational field is so strong that a speed greater than light is required to escape its pull, then nothing can escape since nothing can travel faster than light.

The hole in this argument is so big that few people notice it. Gravity, obviously, escapes the pull of a black hole. So either light can travel faster than light or the black hole theory has fatal flaws. Or both.

SUMMARY
Hopefully someone with the knowledge, time, and motivation will document all of the claims in this article. The original author will attempt to do so but this wiki is a massive undertaking (sorry for the pun) so it may be a while before this entry gets updated. In the menatime, all of these claims have been thoroughly described in videos presented by the Thunderbolts Project on YouTube. I'll try to put some links in but it will require a lot of time to review their hundreds of hours of videos.

But the belief that we live in a universe dominated by gravity is due for a major revision. We live in an electrical universe. In that universe, black holes are impossible. So what is it that we are observing that bears such close resemblance to black holes. That's still being worked out. They're big. They're massive. They're powerful. But they do not have infinite mass nor infinite gravity. We need a new name for them but that won't come until they're better understood.

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