Monday, 8 February 2010


Do black holes break up? they split into two or more pieces by the collision with other black holes, but they seem to pair also.

A Swarm of Small Black Holes Near The Galactic Centre
New Paradigm Galaxy Anchor Black Holes (GABHs) outside Galaxies
Splitting Black Holes, the Origin of Gamma Ray Bursts GRBs?
BH Examples inside Supernova Remnants
BH Examples inside Planetary Nebula
BH Examples of Single Headed Pillars
BH Examples of Planar Ridge Formations
BH Examples of Double Armed Herbig Haro Objects

Splitting and Pairing Black Holes and the New Paradigm
First Amino Acid Found on a Comet
The Origin of Universal Complexity and Gas Concentrations
Why are Early Galaxies so Strangely Compact?
Small Comet Production by a Peculiar Solar Flare

Galaxy Cannonballs in the Early Universe
New Micro Black holes, Accelerated by Unstable
'Sigmoids' are S-shaped Structures on the Sun's Surface
New Gravity Model: DOUBLE LE SAGE Gravity or HIGGS
Double LeSage Gravity Solutions for the Solar Eclipse Gravity

3x Solar Eclipse Gravity Variations Explained
Alternative Hawking Radiation of Micro Black Holes
Are Comets Micro Black Holes Within a Dirty Snowball.
Do (micro) Black Holes Extract Energy from the Vacuum
Micro Black Holes are Everywhere, even inside Sunspots

Magnetic X-Ray Interference as the Origin of all
Sprites and Elves as the Origin of Small Comets and Ball lightning
Examples of Ball Lightning and Small Comets
Examples of Large Ball Lightnings or Small Comets in space
Evidence for external Galaxy Anchor Black Holes (GABHs)

The Milky Way Centre: No Giant Black Hole!

The CARINA Nebula
The CRAB Nebula
The EAGLE Nebula
Peculiar Comets with Anti tails or Multiple Tails
Examples of Binary Black Holes: Star Forming
Why Black Holes Split and Pair to Form Stars
Ball Lightning Examples