Question Quasars

Mar 5, 2020
Quasars are very bright somethings. They usually have a strong golden tint and are easy to pick out. They don’t appear to have any visible structure or individual stars.

(The following is creative speculation)​

Black holes might have another reason for only being found in the cores of galaxies.

Does anyone know of a naked black hole that is not surrounded by a lot of mass? That puts that black hole and the surrounding volume of space within slower rate time.

I suggest that a Quasar is a black hole which has ruptured in faster time rate space. The matter in a black hole could be degenerate (time starved neutrons?) and to become matter as we know it, time has to be added to it. (Instant Martians just add water).

A Quasar might be a white hole, matter returning/escaping back to the universe.