What if Black Holes Didn’t Exist?

Theoretical physicists have recently been frustrated by a bold hypothesis concerning black holes—specifically, that they don’t exist.


“In science, you decide whose theory is right (or wrong) by means of an experiment,” he said, “not by polling experts.”

Imagine that!

You mean that “science” shouldn’t depend on the “consensus” view?

Well maybe, unless your talking about Global Warming being the fault of mankind (more specifically people living in the USA since we know the rest of the world should be held blameless).

What of the debate between the Intelligent Design vs. Evolution debate?

How about the “Science” involved in the banning of DDT?

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