Black Holes Under the Stars -  video Part 5, by Rolf A. F. Witzsche

Dreams of the Universe Bending

 Solved by Plasma Physics

 

Is it possible for the force of gravity to 'bend' the universe in time and space?

It is theorized that the 'super-mass' of neutron stars, in the form of Black Holes, 'weighs' on the plenum of space and shapes it, and likewise planets and stars to a lesser degree. Are we dreaming here?

It makes no sense to even dream of Black Holes made of neutron stars that are deemed forged in stellar explosions, when it is known or knowable, that stars, which are spheres of plasma, cannot explode, and that free neutrons are not able to exist outside an atomic nucleus in which they are created, so that neutron stars can never exist.

What then causes the observed cosmic lensing effects that are attributed to gravity?

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