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Space-Time Loops May Explain Black Holes

Discussion in 'Science & Technology' started by micropage7, Jul 11, 2013.

  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    energy doesn't escape the event horizon. what you see is the energy before stuff enters the event horizon. bbc horizon 2013 - swallowed by a black hole. just saw that a few days ago, talks about exactly that
     
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    When something has exceptionally large mass then it's massive, but it doesn't have to be very voluminous.
     
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    lyndonguitar I play games

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    My theory is that It starts a bigbang in another dimension/universe
     
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    Actually if you like to read about Physics i would suggest taking a look at this book by Michio Kaku - (Physics of the Impossible) He explains some of the theories quite well and easy to understand without too much complication in math formulas.
     
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    Wait a second.
    Didn't Hawking already prove that Black holes evaporate?
    Over extremely long periods of time, yes, but they evaporate.
    Conservation of information.

    oh, and the nearest black hole is not Sagittarius A*.
    There's no way of knowing what is the nearest, you can't see the damn things if they're not sucking down something.
    Cygnus X-1 is ~6000 ly away, I think.
     
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    maybe they explain why the universe is slowing down/not expanding as fast. the black holes are screwing with us all.
     
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    If Cygnus X-1 is a black hole and Sagittarius A* isn't, then what the hell is Sagittarius A*? Cygnus X-1 makes sense to be a massive star that collapsed in upon itself but Sagittarius A* doesn't--it has to be thousands if not millions or billions of times more massive than the sun.
     
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    I think all anti particals are just regular matter with time reversed so when it comes into contact with regular matter the time stops and anialates the particle like the random partical anti partial pairs that pop into existace in the vacume then destroy each other. and all black holes do is take matter from our universe and accelerates it so fast at the event horizon time reverses.

    I am probibly wrong lol
     
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    its all asgardian magic!
    black holes are bitfrost briges to other realms we see them as rainbows
    and the reasons the worlds dont fall down thats becus they are held in place by the magical tree of asgard named yggdrasil
     
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    Of course ... it all makes sense now ...
    I just don't get what is squirrel gonna do to the snake and why are foxes flying to the sun?

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    Asgård, Midgård, Mímir and Urðr. Remember the Å.
     
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    i think those foxes are related to fenrir giant wolf son of loki
    at ragnarok he eats the sun and the moon
     

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