Black Holes Under the Stars -  video Part 8, by Rolf A. F. Witzsche

Dreams of Super-massive Black Hole Neutron Stars

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The existence of a super-massive black hole has been deduced from the orbits of stars around a center that is not visible.

A super massive black hole is deemed to exist there that contains 4-million times the mass of our Sun. Is this sheer fantasy?  No it is isn't. It is a plasma effect.

The observed orbits are real. The patterns shown here have been extrapolated from partial observation over a lengthy period of time. The patterns are consistent with a large central mass as the gravitational center for the orbits.

But what specifically causes the effect that has been discovered when super-massive neutron stars are not a physical possibility?

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