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Re: The jet theory in galactic nucleus

Subject: Re: The jet theory in galactic nucleus
From: Art Deco
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 21:18:40 -0700
Newsgroups: sci.astro, alt.fan.art-bell, alt.usenet.kooks
<gb6724@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>There is nothing but a swirling opening in the center of
>a spiraling galactic nucleus. In a hurricane eye the conditions
>are peaceful, near windless, just as gravitationally in the
>galactic eye. Suns that make it into the nucleus' swrirling
>eye from above or below along the north and south poles,
>end up wondering around freely in the eye and splash into
>the wall of the eye. That process throws jets up and down
>both directions.
>
>Quieter galaxies do not have high activities leading Suns
>to wonder into the 'doughnut hole'.

Most adults outgrow obsessions with swirlies after getting out of
middle school.

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