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  1. It doesn't agree with mainstream theories so its speculation. That's what you have. If that was/is the case, then it would displace the incumbent theory...it isn't and doesn't. The effects on spacetime and matter in the vicinity of BH's cannot be explained any other way....We see matter disappearing into oblivion [Cygnus X-1] Obseravtional and experimental data actually. That of course may or may not change depending on further new observational and experimental data as it comes to light.
  2. The first step one would need to do to show BH's may not exist, is to explain the effects seen on matter and spacetime with another scenario. I don't believe that can or has been done.
  3. 80's Aussie TV........this was supposed to be for children entitles "Cartoon Corner" Obviously out takes.
  4. 😊 Age so far [76] isn't a problem for me. I have reasonable good health, with no real problems, other then just having a cataract removed from my right eye which has now fully recovered. I have plans on living forever and so far I'm doing OK! πŸ˜‰ Keep asking any genuine questions you have and listen to the answers. We have some good people on this forum.
  5. Keep learning! You certainly have an advantage over me...I'm an old bastard, you have plenty of time...use it wisely! Science and the scientific methodology is awesome.
  6. Again, we call that process spectroscopy. in other words, simply applying the principal of known and proven spectroscopics, based on electromagnetic radiation/light and the observational data we see. The following may be relevent also.............. https://phys.org/news/2021-05-capturing-photon-harnessing-quantum-noise.html MAY 7, 2021 Capturing a single photon of light: Harnessing quantum's 'noise problem' Scientists at Raytheon BBN Technologies have developed a new way to detect a single photon, or particle of lightβ€”a development with big applications for sensors,
  7. Some of us are what could be described as old farts. But remember, us old farts are there! You have yet to get there! πŸ˜‰
  8. https://www.google.com/search?q=CRISPER+Experiment&oq=CRISPER+Experiment&aqs=chrome..69i57j0i10l9.2094j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Crispr Overview CRISPR was originally employed to knock out target genes in various cell types and organisms, but modifications to various Cas enzymes have extended CRISPR to selectively activate/repress target genes, purify specific regions of DNA, image DNA in live cells, and precisely edit DNA and RNA. https://www.garvan.org.au/research/kinghorn-centre-for-clinical-genomics/learn-about-genomics/dna-base/coll
  9. The roll out of the vaccine in Australia and those getting the jab, is actually still rather slow, and while we are in a far more advantagious position in being an Island nation and being able to, and have closed borders when necessary. In that respect we seem to be behind the UK and USA in their roll outs and efforts to get vaccinated. Perhaps having succeeded in controling the outbreak from the beginning, we have become complacent? A recent "outbreak" in Sydney [two people] have seen restrictions again applied...compulsory wearing of masks on public transport, no singing ]church choirs etc
  10. Thanks for taking the time to answer those questions. I obviously disagree with you, but you certainly are entitled to your opinion.
  11. I had a slight fever that night which was gone by morning...funnily enough no soreness whatsoever. The nurse giving me the jab was though very pretty!😊
  12. Science is about models that align with observational and experimental data. While we obviously can never measure "directly" what is happening inside a star, we are able to apply other validated scientific models [such as light] to gauge what is happening inside a star...we call that process spectroscopy. in other words, simply applying the principal of spectroscopics, based on electromagnetic radiation/light and the observational data we see. Not sure why you keep mentioning "creationism" and comparing it with science...with science of course, we have evidence to proceed with, despite i
  13. Wiki gives in my opinion a pretty good explanation..... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_particle In physics, a virtual particle is a transient quantum fluctuation that exhibits some of the characteristics of an ordinary particle, while having its existence limited by the uncertainty principle. The concept of virtual particles arises in perturbation theory of quantum field theory where interactions between ordinary particles are described in terms of exchanges of virtual particles. A process involving virtual particles can be described by a schematic representation known as a Fe
  14. A good start in that education, and obviously sound reasoning, would be to take the medical advice.
  15. What are your feelings regarding those questions Ken?
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