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    Default Re: Black holes fed through spiral bars

    Funny how universal this isn't. Areas here on earth that have bars tend to attract more activity than areas without bars.........
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    Default Re: Black holes fed through spiral bars

    Looks like the title is misleading though. The conclusion of the paper is that "the presence of AGN in spirals seems to be independent of the presence of bars".
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    Default Re: Black holes fed through spiral bars

    Quote Originally Posted by not_Fritz_Argelander View Post
    Interesting. Citizen science meets democracy to create a theory regarding AGN

    Such fascinating times we live in.
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    Default Re: Black holes fed through spiral bars

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigzmey View Post
    Looks like the title is misleading though. The conclusion of the paper is that "the presence of AGN in spirals seems to be independent of the presence of bars".
    The title describes the topic not the conclusion.
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    Default Re: Black holes fed through spiral bars

    Quote Originally Posted by not_Fritz_Argelander View Post
    The title describes the topic not the conclusion.
    Well, it implies something which is not there. It should be "Black Holes Don't Feed Through Galactic Bars"
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    Default Re: Black holes fed through spiral bars

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigzmey View Post
    Well, it implies something which is not there. It should be "Black Holes Don't Feed Through Galactic Bars"
    Oh crikey! Go away! It only implies that in your universe. The title is the research topic not the conclusion as I said before.
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