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#1 ScienceAndUniverse

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Posted 21 June 2020 - 05:58 AM

Black Holes Explained - 5 Ways To Know They Exist

 

Black holes are one of the most mysterious objects we have ever discovered.

They cannot directly be observed with our current technology.

Then, how do we know that they exist?

 

Here are 5 ways to discover the existence of a black hole.

 

WARNING: The explanation is very simple and easy to understand.. 😁

 



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Posted 21 June 2020 - 06:05 AM

since They cannot directly be observed with our current technology.

more,I am wondering what would it brings us even though we know that they exist.

in fact, I also can predict something but won't say.

 

 

anyway,I wish every happiness with your black holes :)


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Posted 21 June 2020 - 06:42 AM

since They cannot directly be observed with our current technology.[/size]
more,I am wondering what would it brings us even though we know that they exist.
in fact, I also can predict something but won't say.


anyway,I wish every happiness with your black holes :)

It is not just a prediction. We have evidence that supports their existence and 5 of them is explained in OP.

Without a supermassive black hole in the center of our Milky Way galaxy, there wouldn't be a solar system with a habitable planet (Earth) having millions of different living things, including me and you. So, your existence depends on the existence of that supermassive black hole (as it depends on thousands of other factors)..


That is what it is bringing to us.

We hope knowing these things will show us how we came here and why we are here..

Edited by ScienceAndUniverse, 21 June 2020 - 06:46 AM.


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Posted 21 June 2020 - 07:42 AM

It is not just a prediction. We have evidence that supports their existence and 5 of them is explained in OP.

Without a supermassive black hole in the center of our Milky Way galaxy, there wouldn't be a solar system with a habitable planet (Earth) having millions of different living things, including me and you. So, your existence depends on the existence of that supermassive black hole (as it depends on thousands of other factors)..


That is what it is bringing to us.

We hope knowing these things will show us how we came here and why we are here..

if you have something specific to you (i.e. if you find it,) then you need to certify it.  (via journals or patent institıtes accordingly)

but if you are only speaking here,or willing to discuss only,sorry,I do not interest. (if you were stating something really & seriously effective and applicable ,I would deal with and maybe someone else ,too)

 

but in the current position it does not seem so.

you will be able to find someone else just for discussing,but I do not interest. 

specifically for me, to be interesting; any subject should provide any useful application.

 

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Posted 21 June 2020 - 10:07 AM

if you have something specific to you (i.e. if you find it,) then you need to certify it.  (via journals or patent institıtes accordingly)

but if you are only speaking here,or willing to discuss only,sorry,I do not interest. (if you were stating something really & seriously effective and applicable ,I would deal with and maybe someone else ,too)

 

but in the current position it does not seem so.

you will be able to find someone else just for discussing,but I do not interest. 

specifically for me, to be interesting; any subject should provide any useful application.

 

regards

You need to work on your English. I'm not being arrogant, you clearly speak it far better than I speak any language other than my own but it's making your sentences unclear.

We can never have any direct observations of black holes by their very nature but there's something with millions (or is it billions?) of solar masses sitting right at the heart of our galaxy and it's no bigger than our solar system and is giving off no light. What do you think it is?

 

We hope knowing these things will show us how we came here and why we are here..

Really? You think knowing these things can show us how subjective experience is possible, explain how there's an I that's able to experience sensation, emotion and introspection? Good luck with that.

Science can only explain how it's possible for our bodies to exist, that has nothing to do with consciousness. Science can't explain that and never will, it deals with materialist reductionism which is a dead end, but a useful one.
 



#6 balagna

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Posted 21 June 2020 - 03:17 PM

You need to work on your English. I'm not being arrogant, you clearly speak it far better than I speak any language other than my own but it's making your sentences unclear.
 

 

 

you can either be arrogant or intimate. no problem and no relevancy with me.(I do not mean your underlined implication it is something else,follow--->) because I am modern/contemporary educationalist. Thus I do not need any help for improvement (This also may have potentiality that you might understand it incorrectly,because I do not mean interactions,it is again somethings else) simply,I am an free academician/academics. (I have no relation with any university,but hopefully you will see my academic papers)

 

We can never have any direct observations of black holes by their very nature but there's something with millions (or is it billions?) of solar masses sitting right at the heart of our galaxy and it's no bigger than our solar system and is giving off no light. What do you think it is?

 

well, if you exactly mean that you will never ...have any direct observations of black holes. then, why are dealing with that ...don't bother yourself. be sure that you will not be able to make a good effect :) 

 

but ,although I do not agree to you (that is because in fact, I think and propose to you (with some conditions starting with questional particle "if" ) 

 

"if you were not able to have any direct observations, how can you say that they exist? (Don't please meantion indirect observations!)

mm,I clearly mean that there might be something ,for instance some tools, that might provide some clues about this issue. 

 

ah, I had written some papers indirectly relevant to this issue , but while the expected papers directly got rejected , the papers that I was not hopefull about that brought me very supportive letters. but,I will return the first sentence.

 

I am contemporary educationalist and unfortunately this type of modern education is not being supported at everywhere yet,therefore something is being postponed or has to be interrupted.)

I know,I used some sentences that might require explanations (if you do not understand,..) 

 

anyway,my general advice, science is NOTHING unless it is efficacious.



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Posted 21 June 2020 - 04:09 PM

Yes you definitely need to brush up on your English, it's not good enough for me to attempt a conversation with you because I'd have to guess most of what you're trying to say.

 

I'll just say that indirect evidence doesn't mean invalid evidence, it can potentially be far more rigerous than some less conclusive direct evidence.



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Posted 22 June 2020 - 01:40 AM

Yes you definitely need to brush up on your English, it's not good enough for me to attempt a conversation with you because I'd have to guess most of what you're trying to say.

 

I'll just say that indirect evidence doesn't mean invalid evidence, it can potentially be far more rigerous than some less conclusive direct evidence.

I am sure,if you continue to complain in such a way, you will not be able to have a good mathematical skill. 

because we had experienced that mathematics was full of with such complexities.

no problem that you make predictions if the general flow is correct.



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Posted 26 June 2020 - 03:36 PM

Yes you definitely need to brush up on your English, it's not good enough for me to attempt a conversation with you because I'd have to guess most of what you're trying to say.

 

I'll just say that indirect evidence doesn't mean invalid evidence, it can potentially be far more rigerous than some less conclusive direct evidence.

Have you ever experienced somebody who has difficulty forming correct and intelligible sentences who gets all the words bigger than macaroni spelled correctly? Something's going on here and I think it's more than just a great spell checker?





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