Scientists have exposed the insane theory of a black hole in Earth

Scientists have exposed the insane theory of a black hole in Earth
Scientists have exposed the insane theory of a black hole in Earth

Some theories of scientists are simply outrageous! Last week, Paul Byrne, professor of planetary science at the University of North Carolina, spotted an insane science journal article that there is a black hole in the center of the earth.

The crazy theory about a black hole right in the Earth was published in a scientific journal a year ago! And no one even paid attention to what was written in it.

Once upon a time, people did not believe that the Earth is round, but the strange work written by scientists from NASA is unlikely to ever find support, and most importantly, proof of their innocence.

An article in the Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences begins: "Scientists from NASA recently announced that there may be a structure like a black hole at the center of the Earth." And then comes the following comment from the authors: "We believe that the existence of life on Earth may be due to the fact that this object, like a black hole, is a brane [multidimensional object] that was formed from biological materials such as DNA."

When researchers stumbled upon this paper and read its first page last week, they were horrified. The article was published a year ago, but still hasn't raised any questions! Paul Byrne, who discovered the article, commented:


(and I cannot stress this enough)

* the fuck *

- Paul Byrne (@ThePlanetaryGuy) September 22, 2020

The most likely explanation for this insane work, according to University of Cambridge mathematician Sarah Rasmussen, is that the authors deliberately submitted a ridiculous article to expose "journals that claim to be scientific and capable of reviewing publications" study the material they publish, but charge for placement.

As noted by Rasmussen, the lead author of the article had previously published an article on the threat posed by such magazines. So, fortunately, there is no need to worry about a black hole right under our feet.