24mm TV Panoptic || Pentax 20x60 PCF WP II Binoculars || Orion Giant View 15x70 Binoculars || Orion 3.68" Binocular Solar Filters My Astronomy Videos A Speck of Dust 1 A Speck of Dust 2
"Scientists aren't perfect, just peer reviewed.""Eye of Sauron Observatory", featuring "Sauron's Other Eye", 16" dob, conical Royce mirror.
Quote:Any black hole lurking at the center is only the result of the evolution of one or more stars at some earlier epoch after the cluster's formation.
Quote:And current understanding of physics does not have stars "spewing" out of a black hole, or white hole. Anything falling into a black hole is rendered to its constituent bits, certainly not remaining intact as a recognizable body.
Clear Skies- Guy
“The first gulp from the glass of natural sciences will turn you into an atheist, but at the bottom of the glass God is waiting for you.” ― Werner Heisenberg
12" LX200 GPS
4" Unitron 150
4" Bosma refractor
Denk Binotron 27, D14's and D21's
Galaxy Note 8 running SkySafari Pro via Bluetooth
Wireless Autostar II
Quote:White hole theory is logically flawed.
if a universe is created from a white hole then the obvious question is where did the parent universe come from? Another white hole? you can ask where the parent universe came from ad infinitum but at some point you are stuck with having to explain where the alpha universe came from...
Orion XT12i with Swayze-refigured primary & Protostar secondary
Televue NP101 refractor
William Optics Megrez 90 refractor
Universal Astronomics Deluxe Mounts
Quote:White hole theory is logically flawed. if a universe is created from a white hole then the obvious question is where did the parent universe come from? Another white hole? you can ask where the parent universe came from ad infinitum but at some point you are stuck with having to explain where the alpha universe came from. If you can explain the process where the alpha universe came from you can also use that process to explain where any universe came from which totally nullifies the need for white hole theory all together.
Reality is a figmentnewton of your imagination
Quote:I can't say I buy the white hole thing one bit, it sounds like a lot of hooey and Vulcan mind melding to me. Creating a universe on the other side? Come on ... there isn't enough material in the general vicinity and what goes in gets destroyed before it gets anywhere near the center. Isn't "Hawkins Radiation" the result of anything that goes in?Maybe I have a narrow close minded view but it just seems common sense to me.
Quote:what causes globular clusters to rotate?
Quote:Where do they get the assertion that globular clusters don't contain dark matter?
Quote:I'm watching Inside the Milky Way right now on the Discovery channel and even Nebulas look like white holes.Why? We don't know where the gas is coming from.
Quote:I never bought into that whole Big Bang theory... To me it looks more logical that all these nebulae, (Not the planetary ones), Globular Clusters, some Galaxies are all appearing through blackholes/whiteholes/bent space/time/wormholes from other universes and just keep spreading and spreading...
Quote:That's right; all the Big Bang really says is that the universe was once in a hot, dense state and expanded. It says nothing about how it got to that hot, dense state, or anything about the universe's creation.