On Jan 19, 9:21 pm, 1treePetrifiedForestLane <Space...@hotmail.com> wrote: > there is no evidence for black holes, > whatsoever, except for the notion that > gravity is the only long-distance force, > which is also the MacGuffin of the Big Bang. > > as to why anyone would say that, > "they have no gravity," I have no idea.
Wrong! ...as usual. The longest distance force is the magnetic lines of flux which encircle the entire Universe like thick windings of silk thread, covering every square nanometer and preventing the escape of photons. As I explained, recently, a just birthed universe can have light get out, because the self-constructing lines of flux haven't yet wound close enough together, nor thick enough, to block the photons. Note: I am able to infer the ether, because Earth's magnetic field gets disrupted when there is intense photonic or charged particle activity from the Sun. In other words: photons in high enough concentration can BREAK the lines of flux! That necessitates, by reason, that the maximum lines of flux be as far removed from major light sources as possible. The Swiss Cheese voids between galaxies are just far enough away to allow their meniscuses to hold back the ether on the other side. The voids themselves are where the IOTAs were scavenged to form the stars and galaxies. About 60% of the Universe is without ether. But those places are the superhighways for trans-universe travel. And that ISN'T science fiction! ? NoEinstein ?