Hawking still in the dark on black holes

Hawking still in the dark on black holes

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In a new online paper titled Information Preservation and Weather Forecasting for Black Holes, the 72-year-old scientist Stephen Hawking says, "There are no black holes — in the sense from which light can't escape to infinity."

The U-turn from Hawking, one of the pioneers of modern black hole theory, surprised his colleagues, said Amanda Peet, a theoretical physicist and associate professor at the University of Toronto who specializes in black hole paradoxes and string theory. (CBC)

Listen as mathematician Stephen Crothers tells us why not much has changed since Stephen Hawking's recent "revelation". Crothers will be a featured speaker at the upcoming Electric Universe 2014 Conference: All About Evidence, March 20 - 24 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

Video courtesy of Thunderbolts Project

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Comments

Jamal Shrair 5 years ago

Blackholes are Intense Magnetic Field Regions (Magnetic Phenomena): They are nothing more than very intense magnetic field regions. And they are not dark holes in the classical sense but they are quite bright. Nevertheless, they are less bright than their surrounding this is why they look dark. Black holes at the center of galaxies and large scale structures are identical to coronal holes and sunspots. These holes are formed whenever the magnetic force (magnetic field) is much stronger compare with its surrounding. Thus, the blackhole idea that was first developed by Einstein and followed by Hawking is a science fiction story and has nothing to do with physical reality. Furthermore, the formation of these holes at the center of galaxies is an observed fact and overwhelming evidence that the intensity of magnetic field at the center of galaxy is the strongest comapre to the rest of the galaxy. The magnetic field strength at the center of galaxy is trillions, trillions and trillions of times stronger than the magnetic field of our star. I expalined this magnetic phenomena in my published book-Helical Universe- The current physics of course does not recognize this physical reality. The reason of course is a lack of understanding gravity as an attractive magnetic force. This is the root cause for all the myths that are present in modern physics. Jamal shrair

Jamal Shrair 5 years ago

Blackholes are Intense Magnetic Field Regions (Magnetic Phenomena): They are nothing more than very intense magnetic field regions. And they are not dark holes but quite bright. However, these holes are less bright than their surrounding this is why they look dark. In fact black holes at the center of galaxies and large scale structures are identical to coronal holes and sunspots. These holes are formed whenever, the magnetic force (magnetic field) is much stronger compare with its surrounding. Thus, the blackhole idea that was first developed by Einstein and followed by Hawking is a science fiction story and has nothing to do with physical reality. Furthermore, the formation of these holes at the center of galaxies is an observed fact that the intensity of magnetic field at the center of galaxy is the strongest comapre to the rest of galaxy. It is trillions and trillions and trillions of times stronger than the magnetic field of our star. I expalined this magnetic phenomena in my published book-Helical Universe- The current physics of course does not recognize this physical reality. The lack of understanding gravity as an attractive magnetic force is the root cause for all the myths that are present in modern physics. Jamal shrair

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