It wasn’t a black hole by the way.

In this interview recorded on April 8, 2019, physicist Wal Thornhill discusses why the recent so-called “first picture of a black hole” actually affirms the plasma cosmology hypothesis that the object at a galactic core is not a black hole at all but an ultra-high density energy storage phenomena called a Plasmoid.  The recent mass media coverage of the supposed ‘black hole’ is a plasmoid (a doughnut shaped structure at the centre of a galaxy).  There is a lot to take in for new visitors to the Electric Universe, so try watching some of the introductory videos at their site www.thunderbolts.info

The images released to the media were not photographs, but computer created imaginings.

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