Wednesday, 20 January 2021

Farewell speech President Trump Andrews Air Force Base 20Jan 2021

 Farewell speech President Trump 20Jan 2021    Covid 19 put on death certificates!

US position on death certificates:

Friday, 15 January 2021

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Wednesday, 6 January 2021

32 year old Mexican doctor paralysed after taking Pfizer Covid-19 mRNA vaccine

32 year old young female doctor paralysed and has had several seizures after getting the Pfizer Covid-19 experimental mRNA vaccine

CCP infiltration  The Australian  21 Jan       Mordechai Sones on
28 names of people who died in Israel after receiving the Pfizer Covid mRNA vaccine.

Germany votes to implement the de-population agenda

Monday, 28 December 2020

The Hunt for the missing black hole. Where is it? Dont panic just yet!

 NASA 17 December 2020      Abell 2261 galaxy cluster

The mystery surrounding the whereabouts of a supermassive black hole has deepened.

Despite searching with NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers have no evidence that a distant black hole estimated to weigh between 3 billion and 100 billion times the mass of the Sun is anywhere to be found.

This missing black hole should be in the enormous galaxy in the center of the galaxy cluster Abell 2261, which is located about 2.7 billion light years from Earth. This composite image of Abell 2261 contains optical data from Hubble and the Subaru Telescope showing galaxies in the cluster and in the background, and Chandra X-ray data showing hot gas (colored pink) pervading the cluster. The middle of the image shows the large elliptical galaxy in the center of the cluster.

Nearly every large galaxy in the Universe contains a supermassive black hole in their center, with a mass that is millions or billions of times that of the Sun. Since the mass of a central black hole usually tracks with the mass of the galaxy itself, astronomers expect the galaxy in the center of Abell 2261 to contain a supermassive black hole that rivals the heft of some of the largest known black holes in the Universe.

Using Chandra data obtained in 1999 and 2004 astronomers had already searched the center of Abell 2261’s large central galaxy for signs of a supermassive black hole. They looked for material that has been superheated as it fell towards the black hole and produced X-rays, but did not detect such a source (more on this to come)