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Offline The Scientist

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What is inside a Black Hole?
« on: 20/12/2010 14:07:47 »
Have you ever wondered if the Black hole is not as black as it seems? Is there anything inside the Black hole? Please elaborate upon explanation. Thanks.


 

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What is inside a Black Hole?
« Reply #1 on: 20/12/2010 20:44:07 »
"Black Hole" I thought was a name given to a stellar body that the gravitational pull or acceleration is so great and the density of its matter so extreme that even light can not escape from it.

 
 

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What is inside a Black Hole?
« Reply #2 on: 21/12/2010 00:16:57 »
A far as I can tell no well known scientist has really modelled what is inside a black hole other than to state the mathematical limits of a point singularity for a non rotating (schwartzchild) black hole and a ring singularity for a rotating (kerr) black hole.  This is a bit like stating that our universe will eventually die the heat death.

I believe that much of the process of gravitational collapse within the event horizon is perfectly model-able  and quite interesting without needing a theory of quantum gravity.  I have already described this elsewhere on these pages and will look up the reference.
 

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What is inside a Black Hole?
« Reply #3 on: 21/12/2010 02:47:45 »
There are boundaries in black holes. That is about most of the structure there is.
 

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