Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Black hole collisions in 2012 may create massive gravity radiation creating imbalance in our entire galaxy

Scientists are worried about possible many Black hole collisions in and around 2012. All galaxies are believed to contain supermassive black holes at their centers. Galaxies grow through mergers with other galaxies. When this occurs, the central black holes form a binary system and revolve around each other, eventually coalescing into one. The coalescence is driven by the emission of gravitational radiation. It follows the cysles of chilled universe below the Hyperspace – the cycle of creation, maintenance and eventual destruction.

Many balck holes according to some scientists are headed for collisions in and around 2012. This can eject massive garvity radiation creating imbalance in our entire galaxy if not the whole universe. Black holes can also get ejected out of a galaxy and head towards another galaxy.


debrabmaddox said...

i would not be suprised if this happens at all
ya gotta live like its "the last day on earth" and appreciate everything before it all gets ripped away from us!

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