It was never misread.<quoted text>
You & I were talking about people misreading scientific papers or studies...
I think anyone with a high school education knows about black holes, and the scientific evidence.
Did you miss this part of the article, or did you "misread" the "scientific" part? You for got to post the "beyond any reasonable doubt" part...why is that?
Here it is....
"Ever since Albert Einstein came up with his general theory of relativity, black holes has been central to our knowledge of the Universe.
Now experts say they have shown that the theoretical phenomenon, whose gravitational pull is thought to hold galaxies together, exist "beyond any reasonable doubt".
The team of scientists spent 16 years studying the existence of a super massive black hole thought to be at the centre of our galaxy, the Milky Way.
While the black hole itself is invisible to the eye, the team proved its existence by tracking the motions of 28 stars circling around it.
Just as swirling leaves caught in a gust of wind can provide clues about air currents, so the stars' movements reveal information about forces at work at the galactic centre."
OUCH.....that must hurt :(