RECIPROCAL SYSTEM DATABASE Status Report: An Aperiodic Blog

October 8, 2014

A Black Hole? A Pulsar? No, It’s a Quasar!

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 9:10 pm

The “Cigar” galaxy is M 82, a galaxy which clearly shown explosive activity.  Now a source of x-rays with the luminous power of 10 million suns has been found associated with it, and the conventional theorists say they’ve discovered a pulsar???  No way!  Besides, they first thought they had found a black hole.!  Ha Ha!  According to the Reciprocal System of theory, what they actually have found is a quasar, an assemblage of stars blown out from M 82.  Astronomer Halton Arp was right all along; explosive galaxies have quasars and and radio galaxies associated with them, at some distance from the center.  And, obviously, M 82, should certainly have a quasar associated with it!  Quasars do have variable luminosity; in effect, they act as very large pulsars.

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Study the Reciprocal System and prove it for yourself!

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