The supermassive black hole candidate at the center of our Galaxy (associated with the radio source Sgr A*) is a prime candidate for studying the physical phenomena associated with accretion on to a supermassive black hole. Sgr A* is thought to accrete at an extremely low rate; analogous situations in X-ray binary stars suggest that…
This is Incredible! Lots and lots of data points cleared up. My categories are my notes.
Sound travels through the ether.
Wisdom Teachings: [#181] Foundations of Pyramid Science (September 2016)
After David Wilcock’s discussion on the discovery of a pyramid on Ceres, we can return our focus to the power of pyramids on Earth. In order to do that, we need to examine the fluid-like properties of space-time, as proposed by Nassim Haramein. This gives us a new understanding of gravity, black holes, the nuclei of atoms, and the behavior of photons. All of which are the foundation for understanding how pyramids work as photon collectors. This presentation was originally webcast September 5, 2016.