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if I took an object, say a marble for example. And if I somehow "could" cause every single one of the atoms in that marble to "stop" vibrating.would the marble, cease to exist ?
in a black hole, time stops, hence vibration stops.
and, if said object ceases to exist, could that be happening in black holes, solving the singularity problem ?
if the matter is reduced to its sub atomic particles, it could store almost limitless amounts of matter, not infinite, but if you consider all the matter in the universe does not take up too much space, so to speak, it seems infinite.
does not the calculations say time stops ? inside a black hole at singularityhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spacetime_singularityhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_relativity the calculations come up as infinite for answer, because it is technically infinite, unknown forever. there is an answer, but no one will ever know it... one true unknown forever...................
it is impossible to know exactly the total mass or weight of all the atoms in the universe, because the very people to do the observation had to be broken do[w]n to th[eir] elementary particles also, hence an unanswerable question, hence infinity
Can a non rotating (Swartzchild) black hole exist ?,
all black holes originate from the collapse of a rotating star and assuming the rotational energy is conserved the singularity must shrink until its surface is rotating at c this must put a limit on the radius of the singularity.