Top 8 Predictions of the Black Hole Principle that even made me gasp

Top 8 Predictions of the Black Hole Principle that even made me gasp

When I received The Black Hole Principle through a vision in 2003, I knew it to be the truth of how the universe works. Pretty soon, the evidence for it started to mount up and as it did, it became clear that the theory was excellent at predicting the behaviour of stars and planets.

But sometimes there is a real humdinger of a piece of evidence that is such a shockingly vivid example of the power of the theory that it amazes me all over again. So in this article we will be looking at the Top 8 Predictions of the Black Hole Principle that even made me gasp.

1. Water comes out of sunspots

In 1997 a team at the university of Waterloo Ontario confirmed that water is found on the sun, specifically as steam ejected from sunspots. Now for a lot of people this should be a total surprise; I would have thought that such news could send shock waves around the world. I am guessing from the lack of references to this that most academic scientists don’t even know about it. It seems so incongruent with expectations that it has been mainly ignored.

Back in 2006 Punk Science described how sunspots also display Black Hole Principle (BHP) behaviour. As we now know, that includes the production of water. So from this perspective it is not a surprise that sunspots produce water because they would be expected to show the same sort of behaviour as galactic black holes and terrestrial gamma-ray flashes.

http://solar-center.stanford.edu/news/sunwater.html

Top 8 Predictions of the Black Hole Principle that have even made me gasp

Image: Graphic Stock

2. The Galaxy is breathing

The Black Hole Principle involves a movement, like a breath at the Perception Horizon. When the breath goes one way, matter and antimatter are produced. When it goes another, gamma rays and light are produced. The actual particles differ according to the level of the universe you are talking about, but the process is the same.

This is why we observe gamma-ray bursts that shine bright and then fade and events in space that don’t seem to follow the expected pattern of an explosion or another violent event.

So I was amazed to find that there are indeed clouds of hydrogen gas near the centre of the Milky Way called high-velocity clouds that appear to be breathing in and out. It could be a sign of the breathing process that is actually occurring in the central black hole itself that is being translated in the gas clouds immediately around it.

Richter P, Wakker BP. Our growing breathing galaxy. Scientific American. January 2004; 28-37.

3. The Milky way spews antimatter fountains

Very shortly after I had the vision of the Black Hole Principle I spotted this finding in New Scientist. Although it is quite an old discovery now, for me it was so important because it confirmed what I saw in the vision – that antimatter is produced in a black hole.

It was this article that gave me the courage to move forward despite not being a physicist or academic, as I knew that The Black Hole Principle was important and was able to make predictions about the universe.

Reich ES. When Antimatter attacks. New Scientist. 24 April 2004; 34-37.

Top 8 Predictions of the Black Hole Principle that have even made me gasp

Image: ESA/Hubble, L. Calçada (ESO) Creative Commons Wikimedia

4. Antimatter comes out of thunderstorms

At the time of writing Punk Science, I stated that thunderstorms are basically powered by the same mechanism that is behind galactic core black holes and if so, we should be able to see fast-moving electrons (which we do), gamma-ray bursts which we do except we call them gamma-ray flashes and antimatter. At the time the latter had not been discovered, but in 2011 NASA made the announcement that they indeed found antimatter in thunderstorms.

NASA’s Fermi Catches Thunderstorms Hurling Antimatter into Space http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/GLAST/news/fermi-thunderstorms.html  10th January 2011. 

Top 8 Predictions of the Black Hole Principle that have even made me gasp

Image: NASA, James Gordon Graham

5. The Galaxy is blowing bubbles

One of the mainstays of the Black Hole Principle is of course that gamma-ray bursts are produced by the cores of galaxies. This means they should also be produced by our own galaxy which we found out fairly recently, also harbours a supermassive black hole. But just as the mainstream world was shocked when they found black holes at the centre of all galaxies, they were not expecting anything to come out of it either. But in 2010 an analysis of data from the Fermi telescope revealed that our galaxy is actually blowing bubbles; gamma-ray bubbles are emerging from the supermassive black hole of the Milky Way galaxy.

Again this was a surprise to mainstream scientists not expecting to see this sort of activity in our home galaxy and not sure what was causing it. Further analysis of the image showed the characteristic bipolar jet of The Black Hole Principle. The bubble patterns seem to be created by the jets spiralling over time. Again a beautiful example of The Black Hole Principle behaviour found in an unexpected place.

Top 8 Predictions of the Black Hole Principle that have even made me gasp

Gamma Ray bubbles discovered from Milky Way (FERMI image copyright of NASA)

6. Moss grows in spirals

In 1997, biologist Fred Sack examined some Moss plants that had just returned from being aboard the space shuttle mission, Colombia. These moss plants were known to either grow towards the light or towards gravity. What is interesting is that out in space where there was no light to move towards, the plants grew in a spiral.

I was so excited to read about this because according to The Black Hole Principle, the underlying fundamental force moves in a spiral. This spiral force of light and consciousness gives rise to all the forces in physics such as gravity. Away from the light and from the Earth, the plants seemed to have tuned into the underlying pattern of gravity – a spiral.

Sadly on a further mission in 2003 the space shuttle broke apart on re-entry and the crew was killed. Further moss experiments were recovered, however, reconfirming this spiral growth and this article was published in Nature.

http://www.nature.com/news/2005/050131/full/050131-1.html

http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2002/16jul_firemoss/

7. Water is produced on Mars

For much of my life I have been preoccupied with the scientific world and ever since I was a child I remember people talking about the wish to find water on other planets. The idea was that as soon as we found water we would find life.

Much to everyone’s surprise then, water turns out to be pretty abundant in the universe. What the mainstream scientists don’t understand is why. They come up with all sorts of theories about past collisions with snowball comets and asteroids.

However, according to The Black Hole Principle, water is actually produced from the black hole itself. More work needs to be done in this but I think it is a product of a higher dimensional process as the antimatter and matter split happens, water is produced much like in this diagram. So it was not a surprise to me when the announcement came that Mars is actually populated by water that is being regenerated.

That’s because I know that the planet Mars is displaying Black Hole Principle behaviour within its interior and that includes water production. So of course surface water is being regenerated just as it is in the sun, as the source of the water is the interior of the planet.

Top 8 Predictions of the Black Hole Principle that have even made me gasp

Discovery of water on Mars, Image: NASA

8. The Earth’s oceans come from the Earth’s interior

Speaking of water coming from the interior of a planet, the Earth itself is a black hole process showing the same types of behaviours as a galactic black hole in space. For many years it has been a mystery as to how the oceans of the planet arrived on the Earth.

Various theories have been put forward including that in the Earth’s distant past, an icy comet collided with the Earth depositing its water and it has simply been recycled ever since. There was no proof of this though, but it has been received wisdom.

Knowing what I knew about the way black holes produce water through their dynamic processes and that this is happening at every single level of the universe, it was simply logical that the Earth’s oceans are being produced by the interior of the planet.

So I made the public announcement and prediction at the Institute of Noetic Sciences in 2013 that the true source of the Earth’s oceans was actually the Earth’s interior. Within about eight months it was announced by mainstream scientists that there is a massive ocean in the interior of the Earth. The answer to where the Earth’s water comes from seems to have been answered.

https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn25723-massive-ocean-discovered-towards-earths-core/

Top 8 Predictions of the Black Hole Principle that have even made me gasp

Image: Graphicstock Illustration of comet hitting Earth and seeding oceans

Conclusion

The beauty of having a simple, elegant description theory is that it is simple enough to predict aspects of the universe as yet undiscovered. I have now gone on public record saying that we should expect to see evidence of antimatter coming from volcanoes so time will tell if this is correct. We have already discovered antimatter geoneutrinos coming from the Earth’s core so maybe this is all we need.

So far, The Black Hole Principle has been able to describe the universe in a more accurate way than many mainstream theories and to even expect some of the more seemingly bizarre observations. And that is what a powerful idea in science is all about – it is strongly predictive. If you would like to check out just some of these predictions take a look at Punk Science here. 

On the basis of this article, what are your thoughts on the predictions of The Black Hole Principle? Leave your comments below. 

 

Black Holes, Water and Bulgaria

Black Holes, Water and Bulgaria

This presentation took place at the International conference on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water. This was a prestigious event featuring Professor Gerald Pollack of Washington State University and also Luc Montagnier the Nobelist who discovered HIV.

In my presentation, I had 25 minutes to do a succinct outline of how black holes produce water at every level of the universe, the crucial role of thunderstorms and why it was possible for me to predict that Mars continually produces water ahead of the announcement from NASA that happened that very week.

  • black holes produce water at every level of the universe,
  • the crucial role of thunderstorms and
  • why it was possible for me to predict that Mars continually produces water ahead of the announcement from NASA that happened that very week.

I am happy to say that my talk had a great response with praise even from one of my scientific heroes, Konstantin Korotkov.

Black Holes, Water and Bulgaria Korotkov selfie

Image: Dr Manjir Samanta-Laughton

You can see the presentation for yourself in this video. Enjoy!

Image: GraphicStock, Canva

 

 

The Song of Creation

The Song of Creation

Do you want to hear the song of creation?

 

In the beginning, there was the Word we are told by The Bible. Some have interpreted this to mean that sound preceded everything else in creation. Certainly in my work exploring the Black Hole Principle (BHP) I have found that sound seems to precede the creative ejections that come from creative bodies across space. You can call it a song of creation of sorts.

If you remember, The Black Hole Principle says that all levels of the universe work in much the same way – there are differences in types of particles and radiation, but it is all the same process from black holes to quarks.

Part of the hallmarks of this creative process are radio waves and sound waves. One of the simplest ways to think about this is to think of thunder. I have explained in the past that thunderstorms are an example of Black Hole Principle behaviour with antimatter, matter and gamma-ray bursts as well as water being produced. Thunder which is so familiar to us is a great example of the way sound can accompany the black hole process.

Interestingly sounds are indeed being discovered at different levels of the universe. Some of the sounds are not audible to humans but we can hear them when they are processed.
So here are some examples of sounds being produced by the Black Hole Principle at different levels of the universe.

The Sun

It appears that when a Coronal Mass Ejection occurs, space probes pick up the equivalent of a screeching noise.

 

The Earth

Scientists are starting to notice a hum from the Earth and cannot explain why. Again something totally predictable from BHP.

 

Comets

This is a very interesting one as until fairly recently we didn’t think much of comets – they were thought to be icy snowballs. Then it was found that they too emit charged particles, therefore displaying black Hole Principle behaviour too.

It was also a shock when they heard these sounds in this video – the frequencies have been manipulated so that we can hear them. You can hear the sound via this link.

http://www.space.com/27737-comet-song-rosetta-spacecraft.html

And in this clip, we have the sound of a black hole itself. Ignore the erroneous guff about the black hole chewing up a star, they are just saying that as they are trying to explain why the black hole is emitting so regularly.

 

More sounds reported by NASA

 

So sound accompanies the ejections from the various bodies, be it thunder or a corneal mass ejection. What changes is the level at which it is occurring? The process is fundamentally the same.

I hope you have enjoyed our foray into the sounds of the universe and the song of creation.

If you would like to know more about how The Black Hole Principle and other scientific concepts can help you in your own life then have a look at Simply Divine, an online course which connects the cosmos with your daily well being.

Let me know what you think in the comments below.

Black Holes and Water

Black Holes and Water

For many years even before the Black Hole Principle existed, I knew there was something interesting about water.  Those of you who know my work will recognise this as a c squared moment! I was sensing the future before it had happened.

The idea that there was something significant about water that we don’t understand would not leave me alone over the years. Whilst studying water in school, the process of Hydrogen bonds present in water struck me as interesting and unique. It was many years later, during the writing of Punk Science in 2004 that I had a moment that would profoundly change my whole understanding of not only the working of the universe ‘out there’ but our weather systems here on Earth.

Back then, I had just made the connection between the Terrestrial Gamma Ray flashes that occur in the Earth’s upper atmosphere during a thunderstorm and the gamma ray bursts associated with larger black holes in space. I realised that they were the same process.

However, it was only when I went for a walk in the rain and looked up at the sky that I realised something else. Thunderstorms often produce rain. This meant that black holes all over the universe must have an association with water.

I was too nervous at the time to really spell this out as it was so outlandish but logically black holes at all levels MUST create water for the theory to be consistent. I did publish in 2006 that Terrestrial Gamma Ray Flashes are the same process as black holes in space but I didn’t make a big thing about the fact that water would then have to be associated with galactic black holes. Little did I know that within a decade jets of water would be found not only coming out of black holes but from many planets and even from stars.

Logically black holes at all levels MUST create water for the theory to be consistent

In 2013 I travelled to California to deliver a keynote address for the Institute of Noetic Sciences. At the meeting I announced the surprising news that the Black Holes Principle had correctly made predictions about the nature of black holes and water.

I also announced that the due to the Black Hole Principle, all the oceans and seas of planet Earth were not seeded here by a comet or asteroid but are being produced by the Earth’s interior.

Within a few months, the announcement went around the world that there is an ocean below the surface of the Earth and that this is the true source of the water we see around us.

Many people told me that this was a jaw dropping moment for them and pieced it all together. If you want to know what all the fuss is about take a look at this lecture which is only 30 minutes long. The New Scientist article from a few months later is here

Image: Shutterstock

Does Water equal Life on Mars?

Does Water equal Life on Mars?

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona

For centuries, humans have looked at Mars and pondered if this fiery planet can sustain life. To many people the equation is simple – find water and there will be life. I remember when we looked out to space wishing that one day we would find water and therefore we discover that we are not alone.

Within a few decades that wishing has been replaced by real evidence of water and it turns out it is everywhere. It is almost embarrassing as the equation that water equals life is so embedded into science and our psyches. Underlying this equation is the belief that life has arisen completely spontaneously without any intelligent input.

This is essential to the God-free, unspiritual world that science likes to portray – that life and ourselves are just random accidents of no significance in a sterile world devoid of consciousness. So life just started in a warm pond easily and spontaneously and this led to evolution and here we are: all through random, unintelligent, unconscious events.

So finding oceans on many planets and on moons and even in jets from sunspots should be rocking these such beliefs especially if we do not find even the most simple of bacteria in them. Maybe we have to face that life is so extraordinary complex that the creation of just one single cell in a warm pond by chance and random collisions alone would not just take one miracle and defy the laws of entropy but it would need repeated miracles.

So the finding of water on Mars should provoke and stir up a lot of these old wistful notions but it may also force us to face that life could involve more than some random collisions in a warm pond. Before 2015 we knew that channels on Mars suggested there was water on the planet in the past. So far so safe, we don’t have to face up to the prospect of life on Mars. But then evidence of seasonal water on Mars was found and it was realised that water on Mars is not only currently present it is also being renewed. The importance of the news warranted a NASA press conference in autumn 2015.

But the question really should be why? Why is there water on Mars and elsewhere? If you have been following the Black Hole Principle you will know that I have been saying for some time that the gamma-ray bursts in the Earth’s upper atmosphere that produce gamma rays, fast moving electrons and antimatter are demonstrating the same mechanism that black holes at the centres of galaxies do. These so called Terrestrial Gamma Ray Flashes or TGFs are associated with thunderstorms. The fast moving electrons that come out of them are what we normally call lightning.

There is one feature of thunderstorms that for many years I battled with and that is rain. It means that for the Black Hole Principle to be truly universal and occur in a similar fashion at all levels of the universe, black holes need to produce water. It also means everything that almost everything we understand about our water cycle becomes null and void. Water becomes the end point of a higher dimensional process. I think, but I am not sure that water is produced by the process of light splitting into antimatter and matter at the edge of a black hole. I would have to do some more work on the mechanism. But I did realise that water would have to be produced by galactic black holes in order to be a truly universal process.

To see my presentation at the International Conference on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water 2015 on the subject of water coming from black holes at every level of the universe visit

So when it was revealed that black holes do indeed produce water, I was amazed and realise that the Black Hole Principle had been vindicated all this time. This is a universal process that happens from the macroscopic level – huge galaxies in the far reaches of space, to the microscopic – potentially your cellular processes work this way too to somewhere in between – the rain clouds you see in the sky now.

I also made this prediction about the oceans of planet Earth when giving a keynote address at the Institute of Noetic Sciences,

The Earth’s Oceans have long been a mystery as to where they originated and the question was fobbed off with some garbling about an asteroid seeding water here in the past. I knew that the Earth’s interior too is a black hole dynamo and therefore capable of producing water. So it was not a big leap for me to predict that Mars is capable of producing water in real time as are other bodies that are ejecting water such as comets and the moons of Saturn.

So this is why the renewed water on Mars was not a big shock to me. However, we may have to revisit our long held equation that the presence of water automatically means that life is also present.
That is simplifying what life is enormously. Life is not a random arrangement of atoms – this does not make sense from the perspective of science either – see Punk Science for a break down of these issues.
So for now we are having to admit that our previous mantra of ‘follow the water to find life’ may not have been correct. This was whilst finding water in space was unexpected. Now we know it is everywhere maybe we need to look again at why biological life has occurred on Earth in the first place and also why water is present there at all.
This National Geographic article discusses the problems will taking the water = life equation.
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/09/150928-mars-liquid-water-life-space-astronomy/

NASA Confirms Evidence That Liquid Water Flows on Today’s Mars


Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona

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