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Distant Black Hole Spins at Nearly Half the Speed of Light

 
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Distant Black Hole Spins at Nearly Half the Speed of Light
Distant Black Hole Spins at Nearly Half the Speed of Light

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The most distant black hole whose speed has been measured is rotating at half the speed of light, University of Michigan astronomers have revealed in Nature. It is not yet clear whether this extraordinary speed is an outlier, or indicative of normal black hole behavior six billion years ago.

A year ago the spin of a supermassive black hole was determined for the first time, when the outer layers of the object at the center of Great Barred Spiral Galaxy or NGC 1365 was found to be turning at an astonishing 84% of the speed of light. NGC 1365 is one of the largest known galaxies, more than twice the size of the Milky Way and 56 million light years away.



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There is simply no way an object that size, or any size, can spin at that speed and not fly apart. It amazes me just how much nonsense these astronomer "experts" come up with. There is evidently something wrong with a theory somewhere.. but nooooo.. it must be spinning at nearly half the speed of light, because reforming our paradigm is just too much to consider.

Plasma cosmology would suggest that quasars are not spinning objects but rather pulsing/flashing objects. Personally I find this explanation far more plausible.
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There is no proof for sci-fi black holes; it is all theory.
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How can they have found a black holio when they dont exist in the first place. These Asstronomers don't even know what they're looking at.
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Distant Black Hole Spins at Nearly Half the Speed of Light

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Have you heard how fast they think electrons spin?

At least 1.37 times faster.

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"Black holes" are just fantasy inserted to spin ignorance into perceived knowledge.

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Its all relative.and there math is off.
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where are the pics?

can we see it so we can justify your allegation?

or is it more libtard dogma

that i should accept or else be ridiculed for being incompetent

i suppose i should be castrated so as not to pollute the jean pule
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Its all relative.and there math is off.
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Everything is relative. I could say everything is relative to consciousness. Could you prove me wrong?
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Lots of armchair physicists tonight.
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coffee4

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NASA uses their entire budget to fabricate evidence for the discredited 'big bang' theories.
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well M = E/C^2 why would a black hole not spin at C speed?
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The most distant black hole whose speed has been measured is rotating at half the speed of light, University of Michigan astronomers have revealed in Nature. It is not yet clear whether this extraordinary speed is an outlier, or indicative of normal black hole behavior six billion years ago.

A year ago the spin of a supermassive black hole was determined for the first time, when the outer layers of the object at the center of Great Barred Spiral Galaxy or NGC 1365 was found to be turning at an astonishing 84% of the speed of light. NGC 1365 is one of the largest known galaxies, more than twice the size of the Milky Way and 56 million light years away.



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Great so now they know the larger the hola hoop ring the faster you have to rotate your butt

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good

eventually we will be able to manifest outside the matrix and hold our abusers responsible
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Religious responses are being held back..... But for how long?
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There is simply no way an object that size, or any size, can spin at that speed and not fly apart. It amazes me just how much nonsense these astronomer "experts" come up with. There is evidently something wrong with a theory somewhere.. but nooooo.. it must be spinning at nearly half the speed of light, because reforming our paradigm is just too much to consider.

Plasma cosmology would suggest that quasars are not spinning objects but rather pulsing/flashing objects. Personally I find this explanation far more plausible.
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As far as I know...Black holes itself has no mass it is a void in space that pulls everything in it. The thing that is being measure is the accretion disk that which is made up of the matter it pulls.
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this is just an analogy, but on earth if a ring around a black hole was spinning that fast, a lot of crap would come out.
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I'm guessing that 1/2 light is about the limit

just because I have no idea what the size of light is
and I figure the event horizon is actually where the speed of light is unable to exceed the speed necessary to beam because it's being drawn along so fast and that is in excess of the time it would take to travel from the center of the lights mass to its surface
if light we're a physical specimen I mean
a point is space time that emitted light
as opposed to black holes which really suck

so im a tard with brain damage
doesn't mean I can't try and think creatively in my own
simple way
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Half the speed running drill outside at sky
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Religious responses are being held back..... But for how long?
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Till they figure out a verse that says you will burn in hell forever unless you beleive it..or some way to make money from it.

Thats what usually happens..blackmail or cash.

Its what they live for.
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Re: Distant Black Hole Spins at Nearly Half the Speed of Light
It's not going half speed.

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There is no proof for sci-fi black holes; it is all theory.
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You are entirely wrong.
There are black holes at the center
of nearly all galaxies and it is quite
proven.
There are black holes at the center of Andromeda
and our own Milky Way.
Proven.
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Re: Distant Black Hole Spins at Nearly Half the Speed of Light
like every cycle

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Don't look in the dark when it happens.





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