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Black Hole Discoveries

The problem with the scientists is that they associate black holes with the force of gravity when it is exclusively the result of electromagnetic energy.

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(SAN DIEGO) - On Sunday, June 30, 2013 the Science Channel broadcasted a program titled “Swallowed by a Black Hole” copyrighted in 2013 by BBC. It began with “A systematic black hole is getting ready to have dinner as a gas cloud 3 times the size of the Earth is caught in its gravitational hold. Across the world astronomers are getting ready to discover what happens when a black hole gets ready to eat.”

Note in both my May 27, 2012 article as well as my Nov. 11, 2012 article I mentioned my concept that automotive ignition coils produce an extremely intense high voltage flow of current through the core of many windings of wires when a weak electrical current is fed through the outer windings of the coil. And applying this principle of the outer windings of the coil to the magnetic fields of all of the billions of stars and planets of a galaxy, it can be understood how this vast area of magnetic fields will generate the powerful energy through the core of a black hole that produces “vast jets of energy spurting out of the center of a black hole.” I have been writing about this for decades. Now read how confused, clueless and groping the scientists are in their research and observations of black holes.

Dr. Stefan Gillessen, Max Planck Institute for extraterrestrial physics, said: “If you can see how something first enters a black hole it would be something the very first time ever that you can see how a black hole starts getting fed. That would be really something fantastic if you can witness that in front of our eyes.”

The narrator stated: “For astronomers it will be the first time in history it would be possible to witness and record the workings of one of these great gravitational engines."

Dr. Caleb Scharf, Columbia Univ.

According to Dr. Caleb Scharf, Columbia U., N.Y.: “The first time really in human history we have knowingly known an event like this was going to happen and we are prepared with the right technology to see the details unfold.”

The program continued: "There is nothing anywhere as extreme as a black hole. The disturbing truth about a black hole is they are a boundary between the known universe and a place that will forever lie beyond the reach of science. They are an anomaly of gravity so strange that it is barely possible to comprehend."

Prof. Eliot Quatert, U. C. Berkeley, said: “Black holes represent a region where our current theory of physics completely fails. What actually happens there, we don’t know. So it’s a very weird situation where our understanding kind of predicts its own failure. What gravity tells us is that everything at the center of a black hole should get smashed together in a region smaller than even a proton or an electron or any regular kind of part of matter. If you were to fall inside the event horizon then nothing can get out of that region.”

The problem with the scientists is that they associate black holes with the force of gravity when it is exclusively the result of electromagnetic energy.

Narrator: “Once it’s gone, it’s gone forever. The great dream for astronomers is to see those final moments as it falls over the edge into oblivion.”

Eliot Quataert Professor of Astronomy & Physics at U.C. Berkeley

It is not a mass appearing to fall into a black hole. It is the swirling magnetic field current flow stimulating normally invisible atoms of gases to a glowing state of excitement that creates the optical illusion of particles falling into the black hole.

Prof. Quatert said: “The kind of ideal situation that we are aiming for is to be able to see what happens very close to the event horizon of a black hole. This is not something we can do in a laboratory on Earth. So the only hope is to use observations of black holes in the universe to actually see what is happening and that is the holy grail of astronomical observations of a black hole.”

The program states: “There’s only one thing that has the sheer force of gravity to compel such huge stars to be around such a tight trajectory. It was a stunning discovery. But in the last year the quest to find and understand black holes has suddenly become even more exciting. That’s because out in space something is about to happen that really is going to drive black holes out of the shadows to reveal them as they really are. The reason for all of the excitement is all because of a discovery made in Munich. Here, a group working with the European Space Laboratory has shocked critics with the discovery that a black hole exists at the heart of the Milky Way. In May, 2011 they made an almost accidental discovery, a discovery that triggered this year’s rush of excitement that was previously dismissed as second rate but then they saw something unusual.”

Dr. Stefan Gillessen, Max Planck Institute

Dr. Stefan Gillessen stated: “We decided in 2011 we should look at data which is “B” rated because it was of poor quality because the resolution was not as good as you would get it under the best weather conditions. And then, boom, there was all of a sudden one source which was very close to the black hole.”

The narrator said: “The object didn’t have the appearance of a star. Instead, it seemed to be a gas cloud moving at a huge speed right in the direction of a black hole. But what really rang alarm bells was the way it could change shape.”

Again, it is not a huge cloud but the flow of energy creating the illusion of a cloud of glowing gases.

Dr. Stefan Gillessen said: “It was moving quite fast but it was not moving in a straight line but a curved line. And this is a very bad sign because it tells you there is something out there that its gravity is pulling on that object. It’s pretty much directly head on moving towards the center of gravity of the black hole.

The swirling secondary current flow around the black hole creates this curved line.

The narrator said: “The object is a gas cloud 3 times the mass of the Earth. It seems they discovered what the great Holy Grail is. The gas clouds approximate speed is 1,200 miles per second. It is that chance to see a black hole feeding at close range that has shaken the community of astronomers into an uncharacteristic fervor of excitement. But what it is that a black hole does as it feeds that holds the true surprise. It would prove to be key to revealing what black holes really are and their hidden role at the heart of galaxies. As gas continues to spiral in to the event horizon gravity climbs to exaggerating extremes. Gas molecules are forced into a whirlpool as they queue up to be destroyed by the black hole. Friction between gas particles in this cosmic waiting line produces the densest, fastest, most electrically charged environment to be found anywhere in the universe.”

Gravity cannot move gases at this speed. Only a magnetic energy flow that can travel at near the speed of light can create this visual anomaly. And it is the primary energy that creates the black hole in the first place that produces the densest, fastest, most electrically charged environment found anywhere in the universe, not the preposterous friction between gas particles.

Prof. Eliot Quatert said: “Friction between different parts of the gas cause it to heat up and it’s very much like when the Apollo Rocket returned to the Earth and it traveled through the Earth’s atmosphere. And what we know is that the hotter something gets, the brighter it gets and the more light it emits.”

The narrator said: “And the intense gravitational field at the entrance to the black hole the dense superheated matter waiting to be swallowed begins to shine like the Sun. But a Sun like no other”

The intensity of the electromagnetic energy creates a brilliant glow. Lightning is an excellent example.

Dr. Eliot Quatert said: “That fundamental fact is one of the great surprises about black holes. By their very name, you would think that black holes would be these black objects and wouldn’t emit any light and that’s true if you had a black hole sitting by itself alone it doesn’t produce any light but in nature we have gas spiraling into black holes and that turns out to produce the most efficient sources of light and the brightest sources of light we know of in the universe.”

The narrator said: “So then here is the answer to the great quasar mystery. Quasars are nothing less than feeding supermassive black holes.”

As I stated in my previous articles, black holes, quasars and pulsars are the same phenomenon. If your line of sight is with the direction of flow of the primary energy it would appear to be a black hole. If your line of sight is against the flow of primary energy, it would appear to be a quasar or a pulsar.

Dr. Caleb Scharf said: “Behind every quasar is a black hole. It took a long time for even astronomers to accept it. It’s quite a concern. There’s these engines out there that fit a variety of different situations and produce the most energetic phenomena in the universe.”

Dr. John Maggorian, U. of Oxford, said: “The relationship we find is that the bigger the galaxy, the bigger the black hole. To be more precise, the mass pf the black hole was very strongly related to the mass of the galaxy. There is a nice linear relationship between these two with the mass of the black hole staying around about one half of one percent of the host galaxy.”

The narrator said: “What Maggorian discovered was completely unexpected. The relationship Maggorian discovered between galaxies and black holes at their center was so strange and odd that Maggorian and his colleagues thought they made mistake. It was like suggesting that something like a tiny coin can control something as massive as the Earth”

Dr. John Maggorian said: “When we discovered this correlation between galaxy mass and a black hole we were surprised and followed immediately by nervousness. The nervousness then gave way to possible mindset that we discovered something new and fundamental. That correlation is now known as the Maggorian Relationship. And it points to something profound. It could be incredibly important because it really meant that there is something linking tiny supermassive black holes at the center of galaxies with the whole galaxy itself. It meant that somehow their whole history has been intertwined. The growth of the galaxy and the growth of the black hole were somehow related.”

I have been advocating that it is the accumulative magnetic fields of all of the planets and stars in a galaxy that determines the power of the primary current flow through the core of the galaxy. So, my concept not only acknowledges the correlation but a precise explanation of what actually creates a black hole, quasars and pulsars.

Prof. Andy Fabian, U. of Cambridge, has been studying black holes for 40 years. He said: “There is an enormous amount of energy being released that we can only be aware of I we look with X-rayonics in the X-ray part of the spectrum we can see what’s going on at the center and we can start to understand how these black holes were feeding energy out into all of the surrounding gas. What we can see was unexpected. What the image had captured was the mechanism by which a feeding black hole can dominate everything around it. What it is doing is its blowing bubbles at the center and they are expanding and growing and blasts away matter from the center.

It is a shame that the physicist will not consider ideas that do not conform to their beliefs. If one of the many physicists I have written to would take the time to evaluate my concept, they could have saved many years of embarrassment as well as the appearance of inept and uninformed programs. There is still time for them to save many years of wracking their brains if they recognize the true cause of glowing gases in the nearly perfect vacuum of open space.


Edsel Chromie is a Detroit Michigan native who moved to San Diego in 1965. Edsel is a World War Two Navy veteran who served as a motor machinists mate on diesel electric systems where he learned about the magnetic field current swirling around the primary current flow through a wire as a part of Navy training to trace the direction of flow of the electricity in case of torpedo damage.

This led to Edsel's unique explanations of many phenomena of the universe. He also has four approved patents on solar energy and Sun tracking systems. Today Edsel writes about this unique set of life experiences for, conveying information that seems especially relevant as nuclear disaster, potential changes in the earth's atmosphere, and what many view as an increasing level of natural disasters continue to dominate headlines. Perhaps many of the answers are on hand, yet unaccepted by the scientific community. You can write to Ed Chromie at this address:

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John Atkins July 5, 2013 7:28 am (Pacific time)

Let me go on record as saying that this whole black hole thing is just a bunch of hooie created by people looking for the boogeyman. There is a blackhole at the center of every galaxy because of centrifugal force. If you take a handful of sand and dump it on a plate and spin the plate fast enough, you will see the sand leave the center of the plate. What remains is a "black hole."
As for the event horizon and ejecta exiting the center of a black hole, perpendicularly, that is very easily explained, too. It is caused by the passage of photons passing through at the incredible rate of the speed of C squared. Nothing mysterious about it when one excludes the boogeyman.
Now, the question arises, how does light achieve this fantastic velocity? Again, the answer is, relatively, simple. Conventional science has photons piggybacking on tachyons (a theoretical boson). In reality, light (photons) merely springboards off of themselves. Huh?
Within a closed system (such as a galaxy), light is inhibited by the presence of matter. In interstellar space, there is no matter. Light is free to accelerate.
When a photon reaches the edge of an oort cloud (or galaxy), space restricts matter from exiting the galaxy. Like a multi-car collision on the freeway, Photons pileup until they exit. Since the first photon is slower than the second, the collision carries the two into space where the first photon is now able to "leap" from the second, the second from the third, and so on and so forth. Bosons may, or may not, be necessary.
Now, upon arrival at the galaxy, these photons collide with matter and other photons. We see some of this as gamma ray bursts. Others we see as an excitation of material at the fringes where space and matter form a border of sorts. This collision causes some ejection of material from the event horizon and travels in the direction of least resistance (this being at right angles to the black hole.)
Sorry to bust your bubble, but you all are in for a very big disappointment if you persist in the belief of infinitesimal gravity.

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