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The Standard Cosmological Model says that:
Here is the media dogma regarding quasars. "These bright beacons shine to us from the edges of the visible universe ... Quasars release more energy than hundreds of galaxies combined. The general consensus is that they are monstrous black holes in the hearts of distant galaxies." 'Top 10 strangest things in space: From gravity waves to galactic cannibalism, outer space is out of this world,' MSNBC/MSN
There is much science that contradicts the standard cosmological model. The logical inference from direct observations is that quasars appear to be ejected from galactic centers and turn into galaxies themselves.
Direct observations show that:
Example #1: NGC 7603
From the video: The Big Bang Never Happened Part 1
See Burnham's Model of Cosmic Distances
Starting block for more information on this subject ...
• The Big Bang Never Happened Part 1 / VIDEO
• Seeing Red: Redshifts, Cosmology and Academic Science / Halton Arp
• Quasars: Near vs Far / Tom Van Flandern
• Intrinsic Redshifts in Quasars and Galaxies / Arp, Fulton, Carosati
• The Electric Sky / Donald E. Scott, Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering)
• The Black Hole, the Big Bang, and Modern Physics / Stephen J. Crothers
From Crothers' site: "There has been a deliberate suppression of important scientific papers by the community of physicists and astronomers concerning the black hole, beginning with the original paper by Karl Schwarzschild of 1916, evidently for vain glory, money and self-aggrandisement. I bring you free access to those papers, and others of relevance, in the hope that this fraud can be exposed and physics restored to a rational search for knowledge. The black hole has no foundation in theory whatsoever. Neither Newton's theory nor Einstein's theory predict it. In fact, both theories preclude it, contrary to what the orthodox relativists claim. The so-called 'Schwarzschild' solution is not due to Karl Schwarzschild at all. The experts have either not read Schwarzschild's 1916 memoir or have otherwise ignored it."