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Offline blue_c

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Black Hole theory
« on: 12/08/2014 15:56:49 »
A black hole is nothing more than a very very very heavy planet, sunken deep into the fabric of space by gravity. Therefor the matter from any absorbed planet or star is not lost forever but putting more and more weight to the heavy planet. This means also that a "bridge" to another universe isn't possible and does not exist at all.


 

Offline PmbPhy

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Re: Black Hole theory
« Reply #1 on: 12/08/2014 17:59:54 »
Quote from: blue_c
A black hole is nothing more than a very very very heavy planet, sunken deep into the fabric of space by gravity.
That's a common misconception. A black hole is not an object with a mass over a certain critical amount. It's an object, all of whose mass is confined within a certain region of space.

Also, that part about being sunken deep into the fabric of space by gravity is totally wrong. It's a common misconception based on a misinterpretation of an analogy.
« Last Edit: 14/08/2014 13:13:13 by PmbPhy »
 

Offline Ethos_

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Re: Black Hole theory
« Reply #2 on: 14/08/2014 02:14:04 »
A black hole is nothing more than a very very very heavy planet, sunken deep into the fabric of space by gravity.

Could you be a bit more specific? Are you saying that the singularity that physics predicts does not exist?
 

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