|Black Hole with Orbiting Asteroids from Destroyed Stars|
|Black Hole Asteroid doomed view by NASA|
Long-term persistence upon bad gravitational theories still spark startling ideas that black holes feed grow by eating trillions of asteroids in Sagittarius A* galaxy center: Zubovas and Nayakshin claim that it requires 2 TRILLION asteroids over 6 miles in diameter to be consumed by a black hole to produce the x-ray flares jets of our galaxy center Sagittarius A* over 10 billion years of its existence. They are authors of this story, and are entirely neglecting the electromagnetic forces associated with galactic jets. Plasma physics labs produce x-ray jets without black holes by pinching plasma with electricity. This doomed asteroid photo by NASA shows the failure of gravity theory and the big-bang cosmology. Galaxies are 99.9% plasma in zero gravity outer space with vast strong electric and magnetic fields. The CHARGE and not the mass of plasma matters more. The Universe is 99.9% plasma and asteroids account for very little of the total matter. It is time to explain away black holes as feeding on asteroid matter to grow. Plasma physics explains all x-ray flares and jets and doesn’t require phony dark matter.
|Asteroids of Dying Star Systems|
|Black Hole Eating Asteroids|
Doesn’t it make you wonder how and why it takes 6 trillion huge asteroids and comets to be floating around outside the solar system, near Sagittarius A*, to explain x-ray flares only to support the existence of a never observed gravitational black hole? Zubovas and Nayakshin have no proof that asteroids are being eaten by our galaxy’s black hole. Doubts exist whether asteroids could even form at all in the harsh environment near a supermassive black hole, says Zubovas. Trillions of asteroids are not going to be slowly devoured on a highly predictable and daily basis always lasting about 2 hours. Black holes are entirely theoretical mathematically unstable, and merely inferred to exist to establish gravity theory. Metamaterials are emerging proof that black holes are electromagnetic phenomena. Li and Henning of Max Planck Institute recently measured the alignment of magnetic fields in gigantic clouds of gas and dust, for the first time ever, in a galaxy M33. Results show the galaxy’s magnetic fields play a key role of channeling matter that directs and guides the condensation of interstellar matter to form denser molecular clouds that further collapse to form new stars. Some astronomers see magnetic fields as the key mechanism enabling star formation. Others still contend that gravitational contraction is stronger as to cancel out any influence of an outside magnetic field.
The Galaxy’s Faraday Effect Magnetic Reality Map