>>606282765 A single infinitely dense point. You would move past the horizon, happily continue to live for however long it takes you to fall in, then be crushed instantaneously on contact with the centre.
>>606282765 since they think gravity seeps into other dimensions (scientist frequently say this to explain why gravity is so weak) maybe gravity actually comes from its own domain, and a black hole is simply an opening to that dimension of pure gravity
>>606282990 infinitely dense isn't allowed by the universe. there's a maximum density that can be acheived and it depends on how much mass there is. ex: the sun and earth are too small to be black holes
In the centre of the black hole there is incredibly dense point called singularity. Because of it's density, singularity has strong gravitational field that doesn't even allow light particles - photons to escape. Event horizont is a sphere around singularity where photons are “orbiting" around singularity - gravity is strong enough to pull photons, but weak enough not to suck them in. Different scientists have different theories what would happen if you go through event horizont, but we probably won't know that in our lifetime.
>>606282765 >>606282990 It's weirder than just being crushed when you hit the centre First of all if you ever see someone fall into a black hole, you'd see them get to a point, the event horizon and then they'd stop moving and the light coming from them gets red shifted more and more until it has an infinite wavelength
If you're the person going in though then you get to experience something even funkier If you survive the g force that's present in and around the event horizon, once you pass through, you get to experience time itself moving in a different direction. Time literally flows back towards the event horizon
>>606282765 Okay, So I had this theory on the singularity a couple of years back. Being sitting on it since. You /b/tards get to hear it now. So, the singularity is actually a wormhole to a parallel universe. When you say that the singularity has incredible density, what you're actually doing is you're measuring the overall mass of the parallel universe and dividing it by the size volume of the singularity (almost negligible) which gives an almost infinite density to the singularity. Gravity is strong because it is directly proportional to the mass of the body which is exerting the gravitational force (the whole of the other universe in this case). So, there is nothing special about the singularity. It is just a hole in our universe connecting to one of the other parallel universe.
>>606283195 A white hole? What's that? I've never seen one before, no one has. So what is it? So you mean to tell me that thing is spewing time - back into the universe? I've never seen one before, sir, no one has. So what is it?
>>606285763 in order to survive the g-force, and i'm not talking about humans here, i'm talking about molecular structure, you would need a seriously big black hole so the tidal gradient is small. Seriously big black holes give off seriously big gamma ray bursts.
Whatever is left after approaching and crossing the event horizon of any black hole will not resemble what it was before. Experiencing reversed time is therefore not a likely prospect
>>606282990 >happily continue to live for however long it takes you to fall in first the gravity ripps you appart at the roche limit. your pieces then dissolve in gamma rays as soon as you reach the horizon. the rays that been your body will then circle the horizon forever. i wouldn't call that "living"
>>606286892 surprisingly its no dumber than any other theory since we can't test any of them and all of them are weird as fuck. The event horizon can be easily compared to a one-way mirror so you could equally validly argue that black holes are God's holiday homes where he can relax and be able to observe the outside world without it observing him
NIGGA YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW MUCH GRAVITY THAT IS!! (assuming the other 'universe' is of similar size/age as ours).
If this was anything but absolute retardation. then what is stopping the oldest black holes in our universe from sucking our OWN universe IN ON ITSELF?! NIGGA THERE ARE MILLIONS OF BLACK HOLES IN THE UNIVERSE, THINK OF HOW BIG A FUKING UNIVERSE IS BEFORE YOU RETORT THIS DUMB SHIT.
yeah, stop using the word infinite so liberally. infinity is a concept that's helpful starting from asymptotes and ending in early calculus. it's not "real", it's silly. if you can appreciate any of the laws of physics, you should know that you can't get infinitely dense because matter has rules.
>>606287450 The black holes are just waiting for the right time to suckour sexy universe in... First they must position their holes in a very aggressive position, once they are all in place we will be sucked into every dirty black hole that is there.
>>606287745 Well then we are looking at a multiverse system where universes ultimately suck themselves into one another to eventually form a whole. this would happen over decillions and decillions of years. Immeasurable in the realm of human perception
>>606285763 Everything you said is right, except for 2 things. If the black hole has a small mass the tidal forces would tear you apart and the Hawking radiation would cook you alive, if it has a sufficiently high mass and you survive past the event horizon time would stop, not run backwards.
>>606287450 I like the idea of that. the multiverse slowly eating it self until itself until it reaches a mass so critical that its own gravity can no longer hold the explosive force. The big bang? then over and over and over. Just theorizing
>>606288031 I think he understands hawking radiation and Spaghettification. Also, time would indeed go backwards beyond the horizon. However, on the edge of the horizon your field of view would be exactly half of the total sphere (half of it black), and this would rapidly decrease as you go further in. So the view wouldn't be great anyway
>>606288008 I guess yeah. But what if big bang was real and just also happening in all of the universes at exactly similar force creating universes with same mass. Maybe black holes are just something even more complicated than just gravity pulling from another end?
>>606288206 Singularities cannot exsist as we know them, they might be incredibly small but not infinite, or else the universe would instantly fall into the black hole. You underestimate the power of infinity.
>>606288773 If you packed the mass of the sun into an infinitely small area (singularity) it would still only have the same gravitational pull the actual sun has. It would not suck in the entire universe. If the sun became a black hole right now we would continue to orbit it no problemo
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