Transcript for scene 11 of the video " Black Holes, Part 6, Gravity Waves" by Rolf Witzsche  

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The theorized gamma-ray burst



The theorized gamma-ray burst, which occurred simultaneous with the disturbance waves, suggests that the collision theory is true. But let's take a closer look. Can the collision of two spheres of neutrons, with the neutrons being electrically neutral, generate immense magnetic fields, which can only form with flowing electric currents that neutrons cannot facilitate? Here the theory brakes down, as it defies the most basic laws of physics.

Likewise, it is impossible for colliding neutrons to emit gamma-ray light, which is electromagnetic radiation that can only be emitted from atomic elements.

We are looking at a dream landscape here.

 

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