In a galaxy cluster menaced by twin fire-breathing supermassive black holes, can some flimsy fibers blunt the carnage?
Polarity, reversing in the plasma sea
Ending coronal shines, choking off these field lines
But it’s just the price I pay, destiny is calling me
“But the stars that marked our starting fall away. We must go deeper into greater pain…” -Dante’s Inferno… and AGN, apparently
Have you ever wondered where gold comes from? What if it came from the bits of neutron star flesh that dribbled out from a black hole’s maw as it ate the neutron star alive?
Supermassive black holes have a really nasty reputation for rendering galaxies uninhabitable, but this perception may be misguided. It’s possible that the radiation these vast beasts release while feasting could bring forth a bounty for life as we know it. Could organisms subsist on the light of an AGN sun?