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Offline tony6789

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Black hole
« on: 26/01/2006 16:07:43 »
does anyone have any info on black hoes they would lilke to share?
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Re: Black hole
« Reply #1 on: 26/01/2006 17:53:08 »
I assume this is meant to be a joke in gangsta-speak; or are you really interested in garden tools?
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Re: Black hole
« Reply #2 on: 26/01/2006 18:43:15 »
no I think he meant to write holes, not hoes.... he asked the same question in the just chat forum i think

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Re: Black hole
« Reply #3 on: 26/01/2006 18:57:43 »
Simon - I've just noticed the other post & replied there.
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Re: Black hole
« Reply #4 on: 26/01/2006 19:04:39 »
I've just found this site.

http://www.gothosenterprises.com/black_holes/index.html

It's quite easy to read and looks reasonably accurate from most of the details that I am familiar with.

The one thing I would like to see is a good analysis of the early stages of an already hot dense and rapidly rotating object contracting inside it's event horizon towards becoming a "singularity"
particularly analysing the way this happens and the time it takes.  what happens to the angular momentum and what this might look like to an individual electron going through the process particularly in relation to the relatavistic time dilation.

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Re: Black hole
« Reply #5 on: 26/01/2006 19:58:31 »
Hmmmm... that could be very interesting.
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Re: Black hole
« Reply #6 on: 27/01/2006 19:13:11 »
my bad black holes
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Re: Black hole
« Reply #7 on: 27/01/2006 19:14:03 »
THanks for the site
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