http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/08/130822122530.htm

This, once again, illustrates the nonsense of much of “modern physics.” Supposed “black holes” cannot allow matter to escape–but many do. The reality is that there are no “black holes”–there *are *dense central regions of galaxies which are undergoing supernova type II explosions, which cause these jets. Eventually, this material will form a quasar, which itself will eventually explode, causing the matter to leave our sector of the universe. Please read Dewey B. Larson’s book *The Universe of Motion*. Study the Reciprocal System and prove it for yourself. https://transpower.wordpress.com

Note: there is another possibility here, as explained by Larson, on pp. 363-364 of the above reference. “It is equally possible, under appropriate circumstances, for the expansion to take place in space (that is, in the second spatial dimension) and the translation to take place in time. This produces the same results, except that space and timer are interchanged. Here we have expansion in space and translation in time. Although the combination of motions is essentially the same in both cases the observed phenomena are totally different, because of the limitations of the spatial reference system. To observation, quasars and pulsars are small, very compact, contracting objects. Inverting the roles of space and time in this description, we find that the explosion products of the inverse type are large, very diffuse, expanding objects….” In Case I,…, “an object that is expanding in time, and is therefore compact in space, undergoes a linear outward motion in space. In the inverse case, Case II, an object that is expanding in space, and therefore extends over a large spatial volume, undergoes a linear outward motion in time (unobservable). In both cases, the first potion of the spatial motion operates against gravitation, and the gravitational change of of position that is eliminated is observable. Thus in Case I there is an observable linear translational motion that terminates at a quasar distance of 1.00, where the net gravitational motion reaches zero. In Case II there is an observable *linear expansion *terminating at the same 1.00 distance. Beyond this point the expansion takes the normal spherical form that results from a random distribution of directions. A rapidly moving stream of particles is commonly called a jet.” Therefore, the news article now appears to be about Case II, not Case I.