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I was reading an article regarding how physicists examine the structure of black holes and effectively what they use is a giant bath and pull the plug out this gives them the opportunity to examine the action of a fluid like movement but in a genuine black hole the mass increases and the rotation goes even faster with the mass constantly increasing therefore the speed of rotation must accelerate due to gravity pulling at the structure and with light being unable to escape some  parts of the vortex must be exceeding the speed of light and  in those parts the mass and gravity must be greater than in normal space as mass increases with speed and at greater than the speed of light its effect would be several times greater thus providing sufficient gravity to hold the galaxies together because in normal space-time galaxies should be spinning off and separating rather than being in a singular unit.

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On the 22nd October 2010 the Earth was hit by a major solar storm, vast amounts of  radiation disrupted the Earths magnetic field and the views of the Aurora Borealis were immense. These storms hit the Earth on a fairly regular basis but are ignored as if they were of no concern to us, any damage caused to the magnetic fields affect our communications and weather patterns. After this storm major weather disruption has affected large areas of the World, severe cold fronts have repeatedly affected the northern hemisphere bringing an early winter and record low temperatures, even in the southern hemisphere variations in the weather have been acute, snow in Australia. The Sun is our largest source of energy and radiation, it’s affect on the Earth’s weather must be greater than anything man can do, so why do we ignore it when forecasting weather, surely all factors should be considered, but it’s as if this does not exist for Meteorologists, when will they wake up?

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