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A Cosmological Journey - How modern scientific data is taking us back to the wisdom of the ancients (cont.)
By Dr. Manjir Samanta-Laughton MBBS (MD in USA), Dip Bio-Energy

Burping Black Holes

We may also be able to account for the strange patterns we see coming from black holes. A lot of astrophysicists think that the emissions from black holes are the result of explosions or black holes guzzling up matter such as stars, causing matter to be ejected in the process. But instead of a steady decay of emissions as expected after an explosion, the pattern of emissions is more erratic, leading to bizarre concepts such as the one that black holes burp on their food![17]

Once we understand that a deeper process is occurring in black holes than an explosion process that is limited to our dimension, then we won't need to create these bizarre explanations as we now have a simple, elegant theory that can make some powerful predictions.

I also realised that the Black Hole Principle does not just end with black holes in the cosmos; this same signature behaviour is present at every level in a fractal fashion from objects as small as atoms and quarks to supermassive black holes and even structures in between such as stars and planets. If I am right, we would see the following types of behaviours in structures.

  • Emission of electrons at almost light speeds
  • Annihilation processes present of antimatter and matter
  • Emission of antimatter
  • Gamma ray radiation emissions
  • Patterns that are unpredictable with hours or maybe days between flares
  • A bipolar jet-like concentrated pattern of emissions
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  1. Schilling G. Do black holes play with their food? Science NOW. 18 August 2005; 4.[back to text]

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