Author: Joseph Ante
THE GALACTIC CORE IS NOT A MASSIVE BLACK HOLE by J.E. Ante
The massive galactic core of our Milky Way is filled with neutron stars or dead stars of super dense neutron matter. Each neutron star when it expends its light energy will eventually be forced into other neutron stars nearby by the force of anti-gravity from nearby stars. This creates a large mass of neutron material of hundreds and thousands of neutron stars that have been herded together by the force of light pressure and the void of light pressures in the galactic center from the millions of nearby stars.
The light energy of stars is constantly pushing outward against all matter and energy in the rest of the cosmic universe. When a nearby star dies it no longer sends out light and energy to push against matter and so nearby stars must adjust to this void and are attracted to the void of less or no light pressures from the direction of the dead star. This created great speeds of travel toward the void of light pressure which is now a dead or neutron star.
The neutron star is extremely dense matter more so than most any matter in the universe. It is repelled by the nearby stars traveling faster and faster toward it. This pushes the neutron star in a spiral dance with the nearby stars which eventually pushes it to the galactic center in “a drain effect or spiral ” where it joins with the massive neutron star cluster and center mass of matter. Eventually most all the nearby stars in the galactic center are traveling around at tremendous speeds around the giant and growing galactic neutron star mass. These speeds are created from hundreds of neutron star adjustments or voids over millions of years. So orbit speeds of stars at the galactic center will be very high but active stars will not be “eaten or destroyed” until they too become neutron stars and loose their anti-gravity effect of their light energy.
All stars repel matter by the force of the light pressure and energy they send out into the galaxy. This repulsion of matter is constantly herding dead stars to the center of our milky way galactic center along with all cosmic core matter and gases. The push of light pressures is like a drain effect on all nearby matter which pushes or herds all matter to the central neutron mass of dead stars.
Since gravity is the push of light from above this massive neutron star at the galactic center will be dense and possibly liquid or fluid matter but tremendously dense. But the gravity on the surface of this massive neutron star would be nearly the same as on any solar planet with a massive atmosphere like Jupiter. The galactic center neutron star mass would have a massive atmosphere of cosmic dust and matter debris packed firmly against its neutron surface. And so gravity pressures on the surface would be very high and the masses of gas and matter around the neutron core would make landing impractical if not impossible for man to survive. But unmmanned vehicles should have more than enough power to land and lift off from this neutron star mass surface if it can survive the matter and atmosphere debris fields. The gravity on the surface of the galactic center neutron star mass will not be that of a black hole which is the current misunderstanding of scientists.
Light of the galactic stars and local suns repel matter and has an anti-gravity effect on all matter. This in turn creates the gravity effect of light pushing down from the sun on the surface of planets to create gravity on the surface of matter. Gravity is a push from above from the light pressures from the stars and our sun. It has almost nothing to do with mass nor size of an object in space. Gravity is only changed by mass when there is a direct shaping effect from the local light sources or suns.
Stars form first at the galactic center of the primordial galactic dust clouds that formed all the galaxies. These stars at the center of galaxies die first because they are formed first and become active first at the galactic center. So the center of the galaxies have a natural progression of birth and death into the neutron star mass at its galactic center. Because of this nature progression of older stars forming first at the center of the galactic primordial cloud it is unlikely that large numbers of neutron stars will be found in the middle or edges of galaxies. But when neutron stars form outside the galactic center they will form mini star clusters or voids of faster moving stars around the voids of light they create when they die.
Jets or giant explosions at the galactic centers of galaxies are the occasional explosions of cosmic dust and matter that is accumulating at the galactic neutron core mass. Just as stars are born when enough matter is concentrated around a central core the galactic neutron core ignites occasionally in a gigantic super explosion. The matter is completely expended of energy as in a super nova.
A star would normally form around the ignition of this cosmic matter and cosmic cloud but at the neutron galactic core a solid core of a sun is not possible because the neutron mass takes up the space where a normal central star mass would form. And so all the accumulated matter and cloud dust ignites and burns itself out in a very short time without every forming into a slower burning star.
The massive jet explosion is channeled upwards and downwards from the central flat mass of the galactic center. The jet effect is further created by light not penetrating the galactic rim of the equator. So there is a greater appearance of a jet. But the tops and bottoms of galaxies have far less light pressure and so explosions would naturally be funneled to the tops and bottoms of the greater void of light pressure there.
Super dense black holes do not exist except in the minds of current scientists that need to create black holes to explain the reversed effects of gravity they observe. But this theory explains gravity as a “push from above” as light pressure and so black holes are not needed to explain any observed actions of stars from “gravity from mass attraction” theories and current thinking about gravity.
The ignition source or process of primordial star clouds into suns and stars is a very important concept to discover to understand the universe. But this “gravity is a push from above” theory will also explain better how suns are formed and how artificial suns can be created in the future by man.
This “gravity is a push from above” theory of light pressure as gravity suggests a logical formation of suns. The gases and matter accumulate and ignite somehow. But then the denser matter is force to the center of the new star by the force of the nuclear star light. The dense matter at the center of the sun becomes the slow burning fuel source and the coronal nuclear fires are the wick of the lamp so to speak. And so a slow burning star is born instead of a super nova as the dense matter in forced to the central star mass by light pressure of coronal nuclear emissions. This nuclear process is very much like an ordinary candle which has a fuel source, ignition source, and hot burning outer volatile fuels which gives off light energy when they are consumed.– J.E. Ante
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About the Author
Graduate University of Indianapolis BA 1972, Head of the Life Science Institute Health Library, original
organizer of first Earth Day in 1970 and local ZPG chapter in Indiana, Population and Environment Editor with Reflector at Indianapolis University, 12yr organic gardener with fruit, nuts, and berries, lifelong student of Out-of-Body spiritual techniques.