alucardzdracula (alucardzdracula) wrote in nerds_ahoy,

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Alright, I was watching a program today about the formation of galaxies. It turns out that my theory was correct in assuming that each galaxy contained a black hole at it's center. My belief is that the black hole and the formation of a galaxy are intertwined. I believe that one cannot exist without the other.

There is a supermassive black hole in the center of our galaxy, which is lying dormant. Each star in our galaxy is affected by the pull of this black hole, which in turn affect the rotation of the planets. This is my theory, it could be wrong but i don't think it is. I just thought I would share.

By the way, in the next three million years our neighboring galaxy Andromeda will most likely collide with our galaxy. Hmmm...Isn't that a wonderful end to mankind?
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