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quote:Originally posted by science_guyif nuclear fusion in the sun is done by the center of atoms touching, releasing energy and making heavier elements, and black holes are the most dense things in the universe, would it mean black holes use fusion too? it is possible, because the black hole would just bring in the light that it releases, and possibly suck in heat as well.
quote:in Beyond the Cosmos by Dr. Hugh Ross, he mentions an Ultranova, which is a powerful explosion that would of blown us away if it were in the same half of our galaxy. could an Ultranova be the death of a black hole? is it possible, since the black hole is so dense, that when it dies, things might possibly go faster than light?
quote:A hypernova is a theoretical type of supernova produced when an exceptionally large star collapses at the end of its lifespan. In a hypernova, the core of the star collapses directly into a black hole and two extremely energetic jets of plasma are emitted from its rotational poles at nearly the speed of light. These jets emit intense gamma rays, and are a candidate explanation for gamma ray bursts. In recent years a flurry of observational data on gamma ray bursts significantly increased our understanding of these events.Since stars sufficiently large to collapse directly into a black hole are quite rare, hypernovae should likewise be rare. It is estimated that a hypernova occurs in our galaxy every 200 million years.
quote:Originally posted by HadrianIs it possible for two black holes to collide with on another in total isolation or is it more likely that two galaxies with black hole centres will collide with one another?If so could this lead to the creation of a supper galaxy? In deed is this how galaxies are born?
quote:Originally posted by HadrianGeorge the singularity you mentioned in centre of a black hole, is it possible you think that if enough of these were to combine over time that this could spark a new universe?
quote:Originally posted by science_guywould the black hole actually change the way time happens? or would it just be changing how you see the light?what about the theory about things can't go faster than light? the event horizon is where light cannot escape its gravity, therefore the gravity is more powerful than lightspeed. could the time distortion be a direct cause of somthing going faster than light? what would happen if a spaceship, built to not collapse in any way, was made to go into a black hole, with living people to explain the phenomon (if they escape) or will they be cast into another time or dimension?
quote:Originally posted by tony6789What if Black holes r 4-D?