i thinked Nasa fooled people about Black Hole Do you believe on it ?

stephen hawking one of the greatest producer of making fake animated movies about astronomy and galaxies

Nasa found one blur yellow ring so why should we believe on them even we all know aliens and ufo are good to watch in movies not in reality

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  • 1 year ago

    Aliens and black holes are in completely different categories. There is no evidence at all for aliens. There is an enormous amount of evidence for black holes. There is theoretical predictions from General Relativity. There is observations of stars orbiting black holes. There have been observations of the accretion disk of black holes. Astronomers have observed the gamma rays and gravitational waves from merging black holes.

    That recent picture is not the only evidence. We knew that black hole was there long before that picture was taken.

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  • Robert
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    1 year ago

    I'm not fooled. It looks like that "photo" was made with Photoshop.

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  • 1 year ago

    NASA did NOT put that image together. What pisses off many is it is a woman astronomer who is the team leader and who developed tha algorhythms for putting the image together.

    Willfully ignorant showing of his ignorant they are online. 10/years from now you may be fired because your ignorance.

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  • 1 year ago

    NASA is honest. If NASA made the picture and said it was a black hole, I would believe them. Black holes are rather common (they are in the center of most galaxies).

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  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    You're right. The picture was really just what was captured when doctors introduced a scope through Donald Trump's nose to see if there was a brain in his head.

    • So it's not a hoax after all, but the image is actually that of a supermassive asshole in our own galaxy.

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  • 1 year ago

    There's nothing to believe--it's a fact, one that only willfully-ignorant conspiratards will deny. And denying everything you can't understand is just another argument from ignorance.

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    <so why should we believe them?> Because NASA is probably the most transparent government agency anywhere in the world, for starters. For another, what would they possibly have to gain by that? For yet another, the Event Horizon Telescope isn't even a NASA project, but apparently you're so ill informed and/or willfully ignorant you didn't even recognize that..

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    <[Stephen Hawking,] one of the greatest producer of making fake animated movies> Well, at least you managed to spell his name right. Stephen Hawking couldn't lift a finger, literally. How do you imagine even with your delusions that he was a movie producer?

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    • Innocent Boy !
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      1 year agoReport

      when i was kid i watched his animated movies on discovery channel he was great to fool people when i researched there is nothing like aliens and ufo

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  • 1 year ago

    NASA was not involved in the imaging of this object. If you cannot even get such basic facts straight, why should any one of us trust you to care about the difference between truth and falsehood?

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  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    Are you joking or are you really this stupid?

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  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    I think that the only person you are fooling is yourself.

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  • 1 year ago

    And I think that you are an idiot.

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