Indian Astrophysicist’s Theory That ‘Black Holes Don’t Exist’ Gets Confirmed By NASA

A black hole is a geometrically defined region in space where gravity pull is so much that even light (particles and electromagnetic radiation) can not get out. The gravity is so strong because the matter has been squeezed into a tiny space.

Meet Abhas Mitra, an Indian astrophysicist, who proved that black holes don’t really exist.

According to him, the black holes are actually ultra hot balls of fire like our Sun and they don’t really exist. And NASA has confirmed it.

NASA announced that two of its space telescopes caught a supermassive black hole in the midst of a giant eruption of X-ray light. This giant eruption seemed to have been triggered by the eruption of a huge corona (charged particles) from the “black hole”.

Which left many scientists puzzled: If nothing can exit a black hole, how could a corona come out of it? 

With this question puzzling the scientists, it confirms Abhas Mitra’s theory.

Who is Abhas Mitra?

Till recently, he was the head of theoretical astrophysics at the BARC  (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre), in Mumbai and at present he is the Adjunct Professor at the Homi Bhabha National Institute.

Here are the further explanations of his theory.

As a massive star contract to the size of a black hole, the radiation trapped within the extremely hot star must exert an outward force to counter the gravitational pull resulting into a state of eternal contraction with an infinitesimally slow rate. Thus, instead of true black holes predicted by Einstein’s theory, we proposed that massive stars end up as balls of fire — termed Magnetospheric Eternally Collapsing Objects or MECOs.

And NASA’s present theory can be explained by this MECO paradigm. Gas streams pulled inward by gravity get extremely hot by friction and may radiate X-rays. Our best example of a magnetised ball of fire is our Sun which is surrounded by a tenuous aura of plasma called Corona.

Instabilities associated with this magnetised plasma result in intermittent eruptions from the Sun in the form of solar flares and coronal mass ejections. While a true black hole cannot possess any intrinsic magnetic field, there can be magnetic field associated with the disk or gas surrounding a MECO.

This latest astrophysical observation by NASA should prompt astrophysicists to take a closer look at the MECO paradigm.

Kudos to you Sir, for this wonderful and verified theory. :)

News Source: NDTV

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