Comment: What do we REALLY know?

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What do we REALLY know?

Why are astronomers constantly having to "revamp" their concepts and assertions of physical phenomenon every time they find something that is not congruent with their underlying theories?

Maybe their underlying theories are flat out wrong.

I have always had problems with Einstein's Theory of General Relativity, and, specifically, his explanation of black holes. I also do not subscribe to the "nuclear fusion furnace" model of stars.

I find myself eagerly studying the Electric Theory of the Universe. This does not totally discount cosmic gravitational influences but shifts more emphasis onto electrical and plasma phenomena.

I challenge all who are genuinely curious about "Black Holes, General Relativity and Newtonian Gravitation" to listen to yesterday's podcast from Thunderbolts.info. This 51-minute "powerpoint" podcast is geared toward scientists and precocious non-scientists alike, with technical and general descriptions of observed phenomena and written transcript for better comprehension.

http://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2012/11/28/stephen-j-crother...

If this presentation proves to be too much techno-babble, have a look at the Thunderbolts YouTube channel and look at some of the clips they have available which apply the electric model to comets and sunspots and other "understood" phenomenon.

The perspective I've gained from the Thunderbolts team in the last six years has renewed my love of physical sciences and astronomy as well as generating a new-found interest in comparative mythology ... yeah, this really is a paradigm-shifting concept these gents present.

Hope this piques the interest of some readers.