In a recent observation by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration ( NASA), giant flares of X-rays were seen from a black hole.
Chandra X Ray Observatory
According to Indian astrophysicist, Abhas Mitra, the observation in turn confirms his theory that he made over a decade ago that black holes are not truly “black holes” but in reality they are ultra hot balls of fire like the Sun.
Many mainstream astrophysicists say that when ‘extremely massive stars collapse into ultra compact objects called black holes whose gravitational field is so powerful that even light cannot escape from its imaginary boundary called “event horizon”.
Mitra in turn had stated that the above theory directly conflicts with the laws of quantum physics that states that information can never be completely wiped out and thus making the Black Hole an “information loss paradox”.
After more than a decade, Mitra’s theory has finally found some proof earlier this year when two of NASA’s space telescopes caught a huge burst of X-ray spewing out of a super massive black hole.
When Mitra was asked about this event by Times of India, the astrophysicist stated that NASA’s observation had only bolstered his theory that “true” black holes do not exist and that the so-called black holes were in fact hot balls of magnetized plasma that is ionized gas stripped of electrons.
This counteraction thus resulted into a state of eternal contraction with an infinitesimally slow rate. He then stated:
“Thus, instead of true black holes predicted by Einstein’s theory, we proposed that massive stars end up as balls of fire — termed Magnetospheric Eternally Collapsing Objects or MECOs.”
In MECO paradigm ‘Gas streams pulled inward by gravity get extremely hot by friction and may radiate X-rays,’ and he the proof for the above theory has been published in leading peer-reviewed journals in beginning of the year 2000.