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Two gamma-ray-emitting bubbles  (Source: NASA)
Two gamma-ray-emitting bubbles were found in the galactic center

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RE: The real question is
By docmilo on 11/11/2010 10:56:06 AM , Rating: 2
Easy, hold your camera in your hand and stick your hand out the window.

Wouldn't this be some sort of toilet bowl effect? Take a big gamma ray burst, the gamma rays have nothing to interact with so there is no energy transfer. Eventually the super duper massive black hole starts pulling the farthest gamma ray particles back, they don't want to come and are pushed back by the closest ones. The Milky Way Galaxay spins in circles for Billions of years and you get the toilet bowl effect.

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