EHT: Black Hole
Looking at this recently released photograph, we (at CalQlata) are left with a number of concerns:
1) There is no such thing as a singularity. A black hole is simply a large body of matter too cold to emit electro-magnetic energy strong enough for us to detect.
2) And even if there were, by definition you would not be able to see it. Therefore, this cannot be a photograph of a black-hole. It is simply a photograph of a black space.
3) Singularities do not exist because they defy the laws of thermodynamics
4) Even if the dark area in the centre of the photograph is a singularity, why is it so large? The Schwarzschild’s radius for a singularity would be much smaller than depicted in this photograph
5) Einstein's theories of relativity have already been proven incorrect; so there is no such thing as an 'event-horizon'
6) The photograph was taken using radio-telescopes, which cannot detect colour, so how do we know that the coloured regions of the photographs are orange
7) The image looks exactly like a large star orbiting a large galactic force-centre; the bottom-front, 'bright' part of the image is our side of the orbit and the upper dark area looks like the back of the orbit
8) The variable nature of the light could be scattered matter left behind in the orbital trails or simply time-lapse photography. At such an orbital radius, the star's velocity would be very high indeed
9) The scientists presenting this discovery used the terms "I think" and "we think" far too many times to convince us of their interpretation
It is our (here at CalQlata) opinion that the European money would have been better spent discovering for our own galactic force-centre 'Hades'
You will find further reading on this subject in reference publications(55, 60, 61, 62, 63 & 64)