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Astrophysicists see behind a black hole for the first time

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Researchers have observed a series of bright X-rays flares from behind a black hole for the first time and confirm a key prediction of Einstein's theory of general relativity.

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simguy @simguy 2m 2 months ago

Imo, black doesn't warp space, the warping effect is the by product of it's strong magnetic pull caused by the it's EMF. Also, @:25, the depiction of light particles flowing over the dark circle from left of the screen to the right makes no sense, as the pull effect would not cause that type of motion around the black hole. The entire motion flow of particles/objects around any gravitational large matter should b jst like our planet, our solar system, our galaxy, with north and south magnetic poles with matter circling the equatorial plane.

 
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