The centre of our galaxy is not a black hole, but the opposite, a massive power source

Mainstream astrophysics tells us that more than 95% of all galaxies are home to one or more black holes — regions of space where matter said is to be collapsed to “near infinite density.” However, there is no experiment that can provide evidence for matter collapsed to “near infinite density”. The Electric Universe suggests that electromagnetic “plasmoids” are responsible for the enormous energies and mass at the centers of galaxies.

 

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