posted on Jun, 21 2012 @ 01:42 AM
Originally posted by ludwigvonmises003
reply to post by SplitInfinity
Black holes doesn't exist.Black holes are a pseudoscience.
WOW! And exactly how did you come to this conclusion considering that we have a GIGANTIC AMOUNT OF DATA....actual PICTURES of a Binary Star having
one of the two stars gravitational effect RIPPING THE OTHER STARS Stellar Material...primarily Gasses of Hydrogen and Helium...into the Binary Star of
Greater mass and as since nearly ALL STARS are PAIRS of ORBITING BINARY STARS....there are many Black Holes in the Universe.
Once one of the Two Binary Stars reaches a point of which so much Stellar Material has been removed...it will either go Nova or possibly become one
Stars of all types are so far from the Earth that, even with the most powerful telescopes, astronomers only see them as points of light rather than
resolved (like we see our Sun). However, astronomers are very good at getting the most information out of light that they can (they have to be ---
most of the time they can't visit the objects they study).
Let's look at Cyg X-1, a binary with a black hole and a supergiant star. The name means "the first X-ray source found in the constellation Cygnus."
This is a famous black hole system in our galaxy. It is 7.4 x 1016 kilometers (4.8 x 1016 miles) from Earth, and light takes over 8,000 years to get
from Cyg X-1 to us!
X-ray spectrum of black hole X-ray binary Cyg X-. The data were fit with a model that has multiple parts: the hot accretion disk, a thin and hot
corona around the accretion disk, and light reflected off the accretion disk. Image credit Gierlinski et al. (1999)
You can't see Cyg X-1 with your eyes. You can't even see the supergiant star the black hole orbits with an amateur telescope. Why not, aren't
supergiant stars really bright? It's true the supergiant is over six times more luminous than the star Deneb (and over 360,000 times more luminous
than our Sun). However, Cyg X-1 is so much further away that it appears almost 1,200 times fainter than Deneb.
At the center of every Galaxy lies a Massive Black Hole that is responsible for the 100's of BILLIONS of SOLAR SYSTEMS that orbit around them.
Where in the world or why would you doubt provable evidence in MASS?