|Subject:||Re: The jet theory in galactic nucleus|
|Date:||Wed, 15 Mar 2006 16:16:40 +0000|
|Newsgroups:||sci.astro, alt.fan.art-bell, alt.usenet.kooks|
In message <[email protected]>,
[email protected] writes
And what's wrong with it is that: a) predicts blackholes. b) Atmospheric conditions arise through gravitational dispositions allowing the formation of galactic eyes rather than a massive black hole. c) The above disproves black-hole integrity in small blackholes. d) thus e=mc2 breaks, and e and m needs to be recalculated separately for proper results.
Gibberish. "Not even wrong".And changing your email address to get round kill files is going to get you abuse reports.
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