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Posted by Rowanda on April 21, 2004 16:57:55 UTC

the relationship between black holes and quasars have gravity, that we know,
has anyone consider the magnetic forces that must exist there as well?
all matter that enters the black holes must exit, either into another antimatter galaxy as has been considered or another extremely forceful way into this universe

as i observed the quasar shooting out a high energy "beam" perpendicularly above and below the black hole
i could see the energy and matter emerging clearly

as the plasma of matter and energy plunge into the black hole to the point of singularity the magnetic energy present due to the mass of the black hole focus the energy emerging above and below perpendicularly
the process of exiting the singularity is not as clear, but it seem clearly possible that in the moment of singularity the mass of matter overcomes the very gravity that brought it together and it is ejected proportionally at a speed to the mass of the black hole

if the speed of the matter and intensity of the energy exiting the quasar can be measured this should give some evidence to confirm this idea.
please forgive the lack of the proper terms:)
s.b.

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