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Black Holes Are Nothing At All

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Posted by Mike Boggan on October 11, 2002 18:24:53 UTC

Black Holes, are just a void where nothing exists, they seem to be always at the centre of Galaxies....Maybe Centrifugal forces have just thrown all other material out, and left nothing.
I am sure that mathematics could prove this theory.....
The universe must be simple....explainations and theories must be simple.
Too many of us are looking for highly complex answers to questions they cant even ask.
Back to basics....thats the answer..Dont take what you have been taught for Gospel.....they are only other peoples theories.
Like the BIG BANG theory....what absolute Language Removed...
I am definately not a closed minded idiot, but that theory goes beyond my reasoning...
I have talked to so many people who swear by it, that they are blinded to any other research..that's not how a Scientist should be...

Ask yourself this. If the big bang theory is correct, why is there not a 30 billion light year hole at the centre of the universe?

Answers on a post card......please...

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