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]]>They rely on a quote from Luis Lehner – physicist at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Ontario – who claims “the strongest confirmation yet for the existence of black holes”, based on the specious premise: “Given that black holes themselves cannot give any signal other than gravitational waves, this is the most direct way to prove that a black hole exists.”

Yet Einstein’s GR equations and analysis are entirely analogous to Maxwell’s electromagnetic waves. Black-hole objects cannot emit e/m radiation, nor can they radiate gravitational waves. The LIGO detection established that hypothetical ‘gravitons’ would have speed extremely close to e/m signals, leaving little latitude for doubting Einstein’s description as gravitational waves. Of course, if Black-hole supporters faced this, they’s have to admit that the black-holes exert zero gravitational pull on objects in our universe. ]]>