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Galactic Cores Emerged From Big Bang

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Posted by Ralph W. Pisani, Poughkeepsie,NY on July 10, 2000 17:45:41 UTC

For several years I have been promoting the idea that the massive black holes that reside at the center of galaxies, and quasars, were a direct product of the Big Bang, in addition to radiation. Recently one such primordial massive black hole has been discovered which is thought to have preceeded the existence of galaxies. Previously it was thought that stars formed first. Now it is being theorized that the dark matter that "must" exist around this object accreted to form the galactic core before stars were formed--of course! In any event this discovery is a giant step closer to my theory that massive black holes ejected from the Big Bang gave birth to galaxies. If scientists can speculate about the existence of cosmic strings in order to explain the expansion of the Universe, would it not be simpler to to say these massive black holes are what really cause the expansion from the very Beginning?

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