Beware of Fake Astroscience News


June 27, 2021

Beware of Fake Astroscience News

Here are two typical examples of fake astroscience news published by a supposedly ‘reliable’ popular science publication. They’re misleading articles because they’re centered on the unproven existence of black holes and dark matter. It’s unsubstantiated BS aimed at gullible readers whose heads have been stuffed with unscientific nonsense since school.

Fake Astroscience Article #1

Supermassive Black Hole Triggers Blazing Ring of Star Formation around Galactic Core

24 June 2021

The European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope and MUSE instrument show the heart of spiral galaxy NGC 1097, some 45 million light years from Earth in the southern constellation Fornax, where gas and dust sucked in toward a supermassive black hole with 100 million times the mass of the Sun heat up and help fuel a nuclear ring of run-away star birth.

NGC 1097

The central region of galaxy NGC 1097 as imaged by ESO’s Very Large Telescope and MUSE instrument. Image: ESO/TIMER survey

The nuclear ring is just 5,000 light years across, dwarfed by the galaxy’s extended spiral arms, seen below in a Hubble Space Telescope image:

NGC 1097

NGC 1097 as imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope, showing the blazing nuclear starburst ring in context. Image: ESA/Hubble & NASA


Black holes don’t exist. They’re an extrapolation of the weak gravitation force, which is as close to zero as you can get, being 10-40 times the electric force. It’s been extrapolated so much that it appears to have an extreme amount of mass in a very tiny volume. That’s dealing with unreal infinities. When you’re talking about a singularity, you’re talking about infinities. That’s not mathematics, let alone physics! To claim that galaxies have impossible physical structures in their hearts is fake astroscience.

Fake Astroscience Article #2

23 June 2021

A Galactic Mystery: The Case of the Missing Dark Matter

By measuring the brightness of red giants in the outskirts of a galaxy known as DF2, astronomers were able to determine its distance, concluding only a tiny amount of dark matter is present.


Image: SCIENCE: NASA, ESA, STScI, Zili Shen (Yale), Pieter van Dokkum (Yale), Shany Danieli (IAS) IMAGE PROCESSING: Alyssa Pagan (STScI)

After going “out on a limb” claiming they’d found a galaxy with just a tiny bit of dark matter, astronomers have gathered additional evidence using the Hubble Space Telescope that shows the “weird galaxy” is most likely deficient in the sub-atomic glue thought to be a required ingredient in galaxy formation.

The galaxy in question, known as NGC 10520DF2, or DF2 for short, is almost as wide as the Milky Way but only contains about 1/200th as many stars. There are no obvious spiral arms, disk, or a bright central region, and its so diffuse background galaxies can be seen through it on the far side.

Astronomers initially estimated DF2 resided some 42 million light years from Earth. But in 2018, a team of researchers led by Pieter van Dokkum of Yale University used Hubble to precisely measure the brightness of red giant stars in the galaxy’s outskirts to come up with a distance of 65 million light years.

Follow-on observations using Hubble’s Advanced Camera for Surveys have now stretched that distance out to 72 million light years. The distance, the intrinsic brightness of the stars, and their velocities, governed by the total mass present, indicate dark matter may make up just a few percent of the total.

“For almost every galaxy we look at, we say that we can’t see most of the mass because it’s dark matter,” said van Dokkum. “What you see is only the tip of the iceberg with Hubble. But in this case, what you see is what you get. Hubble really shows the entire thing. That’s it. It’s not just the tip of the iceberg; it’s the whole iceberg.”


It’s a misleading article because dark matter doesn’t exist. The dark matter that astronomers “find” is fabricated from assumptions and calculations. Mass and energy remain undefined in physics, which is why gravicentrics resort to weird unseen, undetectable mathematical constructs in an attempt to explain what they see through telescopes. They haven’t a clue about galaxy formation, let alone how stars and planets form, because they’re neglecting the only force in the Universe – the electric force.

Mainstream Astroscientists are Not Scientists

We see in the above articles how the popular scientific press maintains the false narrative regurgitated throughout academia. Every astroscientist coming out of school and university has been imbued with fake science. They’re copy-and-paste robots that weren’t allowed to question the gravicentric narrative.

They’re not scientists but technicians trained to do things with machines and computers. True scientists ask questions and go back to square one when things aren’t quite right with hypotheses and theories. The corrupt peer review system plaguing astroscience maintains the cognitive dissonance with the fact that the Universe is electrical. That gravity, which is the basis of mainstream astroscience, is an electrical phenomenon, is never spoken of in academia. Until there’s a change in the mainstream astroscience paradigm, fake astroscience news will continue to be published.

Refuse to be brainwashed and begin questioning what’s being taught and published. If that means tearing up relationships with the misled and programmed, then so be it. Truth has to be revealed because with it comes wisdom and understanding, which will free us from the trauma that beset humankind since the days of those terrible plasma discharges – the thunderbolts of the gods. 

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