To each their own, but imo OP lacks credibility because he made a provocative claim, and when asked for evidence to back it up, he was either unable or unwilling to. Look at it this way, one of the cornerstones of the scientific community is peer-level review. If I were to assert that the M87 black hole exhibited the behavior you expect to see from the electric universe model instead of the theory of relativity, I would be asked for supporting evidence. But what do you suppose would happen if I were to, instead of providing data, say "Well, I'm a scientist" or "I look at a lot of other gravitational objects too". Yeah... The moral being, dissenting opinions and/or skepticism shouldn't be viewed as negative. Also, and I really do mean no offense, but I cannot stress enough how utterly foolish this advice is. Trust is earned and validated; It should never be assumed.