New Purposes of Black Holes
Black holes are warps in outer space, where there exists a field pressure so strong that neither particles nor radiation may escape its grasp.
Scientists have discovered traces of a far-reaching wind that may have originated from the cradle of the universe.
The new studies may provide a better understanding of black hole nature, which could function both towards the destruction or the expansion of galaxies, depending on the force of its gravitational pull and the resultant direction.
Many other factors are involved in the phenomenon, including the quantity of matter absorbed by the black hole and its temperature level.
Experts believe that the main answer lies in the distribution of hot gas within cosmic microwave backgrounds.