Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Gas cloud plunging into Milkyway’s central Black Hole

Images taken by the Very Large Telescope array have shown evidence of a gas cloud on a death plunge in to Sagittarius A* the supermassive black hole at the Milkyway’s center. The cloud was discovered by astronomer Stefan Gillessen and is going in at a whopping 2,500 kilometers per second and is expected to be gobbled up by the supermassive black hole some time in 2013.

It is expected to cause the supermassive black hole to produce one or more huge flare of radiation. Fortunately it is not a threat to the Earth but unfortunately it will not be visible to the naked eye. It will prove astronomers clues as to the reason that Milkyway’s central Black Hole is as different from quasars as it is. Quasars are thought to be extremely active while the Milkyway’s central Black Hole is not active at all.

Ironically since Sagittarius A* is about 25,000 light years away, the event has actually already happened and it has simply taking thousands of years for the light to reach us.

According Cosmological Relativity, when applied to a bounded universe with a rapid expansion of space, time dilation would occur placing this event at 5 to 6 thousand years ago. Dr. Russel Humphreys’ White Hole Cosmology would produce similar levels of time dilation would occur. In both cases this even may have occurred on day four of creation or during the Genesis Flood.

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