RECIPROCAL SYSTEM DATABASE Status Report: An Aperiodic Blog

September 7, 2013

Powerful Jets Coming Out of Galactic Center

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 4:34 pm

One of the scientists involved says that the jets are “black hole powered.” Very funny! Nothing is supposed to come out of a black hole! Of course, according to the Reciprocal System of theory, black holes are purely imaginary. Yes, galactic centers are very dense; we say that they have “white dwarf cores.” The jets come from supernovae type II from the stars in or around the core. Galaxies in this condition are self-destructing! If a chunk of stars is blown out, we have a quasar; if not, then we just have the jets. Study the Reciprocal System and prove it for yourself.



  1. If there is no black hole at the galactic center, what are these stars orbiting?

    Your take on this would be appreciated.

    Comment by andyd — September 11, 2013 @ 6:16 pm

  2. Andyd: The center of our galaxy and others is comprised of a white dwarf core–i.e, a core which is the equivalent of millions of white dwarf stars. Atoms in the Reciprocal System are the size of “nuclei” in conventional theory, so there is no “smushing” of the atoms together. So, yes, it’s very dense there, but it’s not a singularity. What goes in eventually comes out–either in the form of jets or quasars, and the galaxy reaches the end of its life.

    Comment by transpower — September 11, 2013 @ 6:21 pm

  3. From Larson, p. 370 of The Universe of Motion:

    “Thus, the high density of the central regions of the larger galaxies is not due
    to the presence of unusual concentrations of very dense objects, but to the
    distortion of the scale of the reference system that results from the high speeds
    of the normal constituents of the galactic interiors. The cores of these galaxies
    are in the same physical condition as the white dwarf stars and the quasars; that
    is, their density is abnormally high because introduction of the time
    displacement of the upper range speeds has reduced the equivalent space
    occupied by the central portions of the galaxies. In brief, we may say that the
    reason for the abnormal density in the older and larger galaxies is that these
    galaxies have white dwarf cores—not white dwarfs in the core, but cores in
    which the constituent stars and particles are in the same condition as the
    constituent particles of a white dwarf star.”

    Comment by transpower — September 11, 2013 @ 7:48 pm

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