”NASA Says Indian Scientist’s Theory Is Correct, Black Holes Don’t Really Exist”

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”NASA Says Indian Scientist’s Theory Is Correct, Black Holes Don’t Really Exist”
American space agency, the NASA had recently observed flares of X-rays from a black hole, which goes against the conventional notion that they are compact particles with such huge gravity that even light can’t escape.
Last month NASA announced that two of its space telescopes caught a huge burst of X-ray spewing out of a super massive black hole.
These flairs appeared to be be triggered by the eruption of a charged particle from the black hole, which according to conventional belief doesn’t let anything out.
The latest findings are in accordance with the theory of Indian astrophysicist Abhas Mitra who had theorized that the black holes are actually ultra hot balls of fire like our Sun.
Mitra was earlier the head of theoretical astrophysics at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre in Mumbai and currently Adjunct Professor at the Homi Bhabha National Institute.
“Gas streams pulled inward by gravity get extremely hot by friction and may radiate X-rays,” he explains his theory on black holes.
Last year even famed British physicist Stephen Hawking contradicts his own theory and says that Black Holes in the real sense do not actually exist.
According to scientists a black hole is formed when a star reaches the end of its life cycle. After a black hole has formed, it can continue to grow by absorbing mass from its surroundings. By absorbing other stars and merging with other black holes, supermassive black holes of millions of solar masses may form.
Post created by Sourav Sarkar.


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