Black holes have always been a field of high affinity for science enthusiasts. They are one of those spectacular phenomena wherein even the fastest and strongest of all energy, light cannot escape it. Once trapped inside, even light cannot resist and make its way back out of the dark hole. This very reason of not letting light out makes it invisible.

The latest news about black holes

NASA uses special devices and procedures to study this humanly invisible phonemenon. A recent study has revealed that there are 2 supermassive black holes between 2 galaxies near the milky way. Ady Annuar, an astronomer at the University of Durham’s Centre for Extragalactic Astronomy, terms them as ‘Monsters under our beds’.

NuSTAR – the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, used by NASA has helped analyse these black holes. NuSTAR is an orbiting observatory that can view X-rays. Data from this observatory shows that the first of the black holes, NGC 1448, is just 38 million light years away from our milky way. Another one named IC 3639 is about 170 million light years away. NASA has stated it clearly many times that these monsters cannot swallow earth or any other planet of the solar system.

NASA is the boon to the world for they study about invisible objects and enlighten the common people about the intricacies of the family of galaxies.


  1. We have been fascinated by Stephen Hawking’s black holes for over a third of a century based on Einstein’s general theory of relativity. How much have we really changed when it comes to science establishments? Think back to the arrest of Galileo or back to Ptolemy and the epicycles. Everything from dark energy to the accelerating universe has been theorized using a gravitational model of cosmology based on the general theory of relativity. Has the general relativity road of Twentieth Century cosmology become a religion masquerading as science? Hawking’s theory cannot be right if the underlying theory, Einstein’s theory, was wrong. Einstein claimed that the bending of light passing near the Sun, famously measured by Author Eddington during a solar eclipse, and also the precession of the orbit of Mercury around the Sun were due to space-time deformation as characterized by his general theory of relativity. Of course, if space-time deformation is not the explanation, it remains for us to look for the explanation or explanations. In any event, whether “space” itself interacts in a gravitational field or not does not address the problem that the non-Euclidean geometry of the general theory of relativity is self-contradicting. Even if Einstein were correct that “space” does interact in a gravitational field or near massive bodies, his statement that “in the presence of a gravitational field the geometry is not Euclidean” cannot be correct if that non-Euclidean geometry is self-contradicting.

    Why the non-Euclidean geometry is self-contradicting is explained in short order in a brief Facebook Note that explains how general relativity lost its coordinate system. Part II of the Note explains how this was overlooked throughout the twentieth century:


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