Stars have been observed forming near alleged black holes thus proving that black holes and gravity do not exist: Stars Forming Just Beyond Black Hole's Grasp At Galactic Center.
ScienceDaily (Jan. 6, 2009) — The center of the Milky Way presents astronomers with a paradox: it holds young stars, but no one is sure how those stars got there. The galactic center is wracked with powerful [imaginary] gravitational tides stirred by a [imaginary] 4 million solar-mass black hole. Those [imaginary] tides should rip apart molecular clouds that act as stellar nurseries, preventing stars from forming in place. Yet the alternative – stars falling inward after forming elsewhere – should be a rare occurrence.
Using the Very Large Array of radio telescopes, astronomers from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy have identified two protostars located only a few light-years from the galactic center. Their discovery shows that stars can, in fact, form very close to the Milky Way's [imaginary] central black hole.
"We literally caught these stars in the act of forming," said Smithsonian astronomer Elizabeth Humphreys. She presented the finding today at a meeting of the American Astronomical Society in Long Beach, Calif.