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    Quasars are interesting anomalies.) i thought origanally that 2 blackholes come together and make a BANG. Albert Einstein has another enlightening idea 💡. Whiteholes. Google it. So when 2 blackholes join (quasar) we get a release of all the stuff they gobbled up. However a white whole in my opinion is when 2 black wholes join completely and dissapear/travel though space and release all that matter they gobbled up at once. BANG. What im not sure about is if the polarity of a blackwhole changes the behavior of a quasar. Yes another AE theory blackholes have a polarity. This can change behavior of a quasar. My theory right now is that 2 negative blackwholes make a positive a whitehole very rare and violent 2min duration cant remember why. This is what we call our big bang. All other combinations make m613 may have mispelled that trying to say the quasar that we have now the one that is producing stars the brightest thing in our 'known' universe lol. What will happen when they completely merge hmm. Maybe they always make whiteholes or maybe we will finally see dark matter. All i know is that u wouldnt want to be close when it happens. The universe is infinate not finate. Our big bang created a hue a glow from the violent creation of what i think was a whitehole thats why we think our universe is growing. However we cant see past the creation blast that hue. Done for now please disprove this theory, but before u do research blackholes quasars and whiteholes. Come correct, i have spent 0 years in university, but i believe i am more logical than most. Thanks.
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    Black holes are objects so dense, and with so much mass, that even light cannot escape their gravity.The existence of black holes has been theorised for more than 200 years. It is impossible to observe them directly, and astronomers had no way to test their theories until Hubble arrived.The high resolution of Hubble made it possible to see the effects of the gravitational attraction of some of these objects on their surroundings. Hubble has also proved that super massive black holes are most likely present at the centres of most, if not all, large galaxies. This has important implications for the theories of galaxy formation and evolution.Black holes exist in different sizes. Stellar black holes, which are around the mass of our Sun, form when very large stars explode as supernovae at the end of their lives. The star's core collapses as the outer layers are blown away, leaving a small but extremely dense ball.Supermassive black holes, many millions of times the mass of our Sun, are of more mysterious origin, and are found at the centre of galaxies. It is in the study of super massive black holes that Hubble has made its biggest contribution.

    For more information go with this Black Holes, Quasars, and Active Galaxies | ESA/Hubble | ESA/Hubble

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    Your talking about Hubble the satellite. Well thats good to know. Why dont we talk about Hubble the man himself. He built a big telescope, then he ask Einstein to come and look through it.

    Hubble the guy that ruined Einstein's theories that guy. Actually not entirely his fault Hubble that is. He along with others at that time thought that galaxies moving away from each other ment the universe was expanding therefore it must have been created.

    This stopped Einstein's search for Lambda a number to compliment his formula on gravity. If he wasn't fooled by Hubble and others he might have contributed even more to physics science and cosmology.

    Neverfly must have posted this topic and this qoute here yet it does not explain what i think or know about the universe. It does not explain who i am and what i do for a living as well. I am a cleanroom engineer if u wanted to know, you could have just asked Neverfly. I work with technology, recovering data from hard drives mostly as well as flash media, SSDs and phones.

    I took CET computer engineering technology in college. Also took 2 small general education courses on astronomy. I did not take physics. I probably know more about Ohms law than Newtons law.

    My spare time when I'm not arguing on this forum, is spent prototyping my inventions. Mostly with 3d printing and electrical components. Have a few on the go but the process is very slow, time consuming and aggravatingly hard.

    Keep up with reading articles about new technologies, cosmology and space in general.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    Neverfly must have posted this topic and this qoute here yet it does not explain what i think or know about the universe. It does not explain who i am and what i do for a living as well. I am a cleanroom engineer if u wanted to know, you could have just asked Neverfly. I work with technology, recovering data from hard drives mostly as well as flash media, SSDs and phones.

    I took CET computer engineering technology in college. Also took 2 small general education courses on astronomy. I did not take physics. I probably know more about Ohms law than Newtons law.
    Of course a dumb engineer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    Neverfly must have posted this topic and this qoute here yet it does not explain what i think or know about the universe. It does not explain who i am and what i do for a living as well. I am a cleanroom engineer if u wanted to know, you could have just asked Neverfly.
    You posted this topic and thread here all on your own. I had absolutely nothing to do with its posting or contents.
    I have no idea why you popped up in your thread, replied to it, then suggested that somehow, I posted your post.

    Are you on drugs?
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    If u dont know. Try just saying I dont know. Rather then talking shit all day bro. Calm down tks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    If u dont know. Try just saying I dont know. Rather then talking shit all day bro. Calm down tks.
    This comment is further Misleading from you. It is irrelevant.
    You accused me of posting your topic for you. I pointed out that you posted your own topic- obviously...
    Then you accused me of "not knowing something" (Who knows what that something is... you are unclear...) and said I need to just admit I don't know. I don't know if I posted under your name? Really? How fascinating. You didn't think this current Goal Post shifting through, at all, did you?
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    Again i say if u dont know don't post. Think about it what did this original post say. Do you have an opinion if not we can let it go. If so pls explain your position.???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason me View Post
    Again i say if u dont know don't post.
    That would be good advice!

    However, these threads hang around a long time. Apparently, you posted the OP, then you found it again over a year later, a couple months ago, and you had forgotten you posted it! Nev answered you then--and you've waited to answer it until now.


    Think about it what did this original post say. Do you have an opinion if not we can let it go. If so pls explain your position.???

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    Wow really Grapes. I do rem you, but not fully. You had aruments with Chk right. I said really Grapes because you said nothing. You said nothing well.

    Do u feel like you want to say somthing/anything. If so, say something. Lets see what was the topic?

    The infinate universe theory.

    Prove or disprove. Or just have an opinion about the topic. Do you see your flaw. No opinion.

    Again i will say if you have nothing good to say dont say it.

    Also don't disagree with me just because your angry.
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