Advanced Type V extraterrestrial civilization demonstrates the process of repaving the inter-universe high way leading to the Hyperspace
India Daily Technology Team
Apr. 16, 2008

A monster black hole 26,000 light years from Earth with a mass four million times that of the Sun, which went into a feeding frenzy tree centuries ago, according to research from the European Space Agency (ESA) is a topic of great interest to scientists all over the world.

Some scientists now believe what happened a few centuries back and is still continuing is the ‘repaving of the inter-universe highway.

According to terrestrial physics, the powerful gravitational pull of the black hole engulfed clouds of gas from an exploding star called a supernova. The result was the "temporary feeding frenzy" that "caused X-ray energy to leap from its mouth in a giant flare. In reality it was a manipulated move to maintain the inter-universe highway.


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