Wal Thornhill: Black Hole or Plasmoid? | Space News
There are no black holes – there are only plasmoids! That is what is in the center of our galaxy and is in the picture of what they just took in outer space – calling it a Black Hole! THERE ARE NO BLACK HOLES! A plasmoid is a donut-torroidal shape object with a huge gravitational anomaly and shockingly high influence over it’s regional area.
In this interview recorded on April 8, 2019, physicist Wal Thornhill discusses why the recent so-called “first picture of a black hole” actually affirms the plasma cosmology hypothesis that the object at a galactic core is not a black hole at all but an ultra-high density energy storage phenomena called a Plasmoid.