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Origin Of Galactic Nucleii

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Posted by Ralph Pisani on June 5, 2001 17:27:33 UTC

Since the days I worked in the particle physics department at Columbia Univerty's Nevis Labs, and did a stint at Fermilab, I have been trying to scientists that the super massive black holes that are at the core of every galaxy and quasar did not evolve as the result of accretion but originated out of the Big Bang (in addition to the Radiation Burst) as what I call "gravitational fragments". I have also maintained that matter did not just appear as the result of some miraculous inflation theory but was the result of a process involving these primordial black holes and the transformation of quatumn energy into matter (i.e.mass energy). How else could have matter appeared after the Radiation Burst. Does anybody think that this radiation decayed into elementary particles? Hardly likely! Further, current theory requires that galaxies/quasars were formed out of cosmic clouds of gas and dust. If true telescopes powerfull enough will eventually detect such primordial matter. Otherwise,

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