At https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/06/220607120927.htm … clouds of ultraviolet particles can rotate around black holes. Hence, scientists might be able to use them to catalogue gravitational waves emitted from black holes. Mass is extracted from black holes, we are told, by superradiance. A very bright light phenomenon. Not only that but in this recent study, we have the idea of a gravitational atom. Not your standard kind of atom – but something much bigger. It looks like an atom and acts like an atom, it would seem. Black holes seem to be evolving into something other than gobblers of matter. Where will it all lead to?
At https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/06/220607120910.htm … a new study shows a connection, and similarity, between energetic events in the wider universe, and smaller events on our sun. Expanding the solar system, experimentally, to a galaxy level. Sounds a bit like some of the stuff Electric Universe people claim. The Chandra X-ray seems to show that collisions between galaxy clusters, or what are assumed to be galaxy clusters, resemble what happens on our sun when it emits a burst of solar wind.