Digging won't help
Try using a larger near-infrared telescope array instead. But if you insist on digging, construct a neutrino detector in that not quite black hole you're making.
The greediest supermassive black hole spotted by us Earthlings is an eye-popping 34 billion times more massive than our Sun, and gobbles nearly a solar mass of nearby gas and dust every day. The behemoth goes by the name SMSS J2157–3602 or J2157, for short, and was discovered in 2018 by eggheads led by the Australian National …
I'll be ignoring the rest of your tantrum from yesterday, but I simply have to ask ... That's the second time that you've somehow tried to link me to comments about IR35. But I haven't ever commented on IR35, as it has absolutely no bearing on my life whatsoever. So why would I ever "work IR35 into it"?
Is it possible that you are targeting the wrong person with your juvenile attempt at bile, AC?
I'm in California. The Sun is rather hard to come by around these here parts, that's why I specified newspapers in a rather generic manner. (Mac's Smoke Shop in Palo Alto used to carry The Sun, back before it was just another head shop and was an excellent tobacconist & news stand, but I don't know of anywhere else.)
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