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Theory of a Black Hole

Updated on May 14, 2016

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Hey everyone, this theory is a simple explanation of where some Black Holes may come from... We all know of the scientific theory of a Black Hole, which is that when a sun supernova's, it leaves behind a Black Hole like a rip in space...

Upon editing this I wanted to make it clear, I do believe in the scientific theory, however I also have my own plausible theory which I'm running by you just to give you something to think about and consider for yourself if my theory is even worth believing in.

Please read on if you are curios as to what my theory consists of, I hope I give you something to talk about later on. :)

Understanding Space

Now if you look in The Book of Genesis (The Holy Bible) On the very first page it states:
"6 And God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters from the waters.7 And God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament: and it was so.8 And God called the firmament Heaven. And the evening and the morning were the second day."

My first time reading and understanding this passage gave me a better understanding of space... Up until now, I'd been referring to rivers, lakes and oceans as water. But according to this passage at the beginning of the bible, God also referred to Space itself as a form of water.

The Similarities of the two have been often associated; for instance, before an astronaut goes to space, they practice in water on Earth. So as you can see this verse from the bible wasn't a long lost secret, it was just our earliest understanding of space.

If you keep this face in mind, my next part of the theory becomes debatable.

Alright, so assuming your steering a sailboat, you will notice the current following your boat is very small and silent.
If you drive a speedboat along the harbor, you will notice a larger current following the boat.
If you were swimming in the water, the current from the sailboat would barely effect you. The current from the speedboat however would make it a little harder to swim, depending on how strong the current is when you reach it.

Now, If we use this knowledge for space, we can use the rockets we currently use as example a.... It's fast, but as far as we know doesn't create a current.

A future, more advanced species capable of Hyper Drive would be able to launch their ship at the speed of light anytime at will...

Now imagine an engine capable of flying at the speed of light whenever they feel like it... When their ship disappears into Hyper Drive, the current behind their ship may be a possible black hole...

However, this kind of mistake would most likely be made by Advanced/Primitive Aliens. Once they realized the damage their invention had done, they would have created some kind of stabilizer to slow down the current behind them as they took off...

If they didn't create a stabilizer, the Universe would eventually implode on itself do to an abundance of currents (Black Holes) going back and forth...

Is This Theory Possible?

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Conclussion

To clear a few things up... I do believe that when a sun supernova's it creates a Black Hole, which also backs up my theory about what they are: When the Sun Supernova's, the explosion creates a current on all signs, and the visible Black Hole is the side that got the strongest current and started sucking in debris.

I also want to say, I cannot prove my theory to anyone that doesn't have an open mind.... This theory requires the belief of aliens for it to work....

Whether you believe it or not, I hope I gave you something to think about, And I hope I gave you a "Change of Thought"

Thank You for Reading

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      Char Milbrett 2 years ago from Minnesota

      I think I will stay home this weekend. No travelling into outer space for me.... sounds too dangerous to deal with. It's hard enough just trying to find a wayside rest out there.... Oh, and another theory that I have is that humans have a mini universe inside women, called the Womb and at some point, it expels its contents into a new environment... so maybe these black holes are like that, too.. or, not. and, death is like that too... the old person or person that is entering death, goes through the same thing as birth....

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      Peter Cloutier 2 years ago from Halifax, NS, Canada

      I think, in this theory, if I was to shoot into Hyper Drive at 10 Lightyears/minute, The Black Hole behind me would be shooting at 10 Lightyears /minute, while the walls of the Black Hole would be staying roughly the same.... Therefore, the current of the Black Hole would cause extreme Gravitational Pull, while the walls going regular speed would be a Death Trap to anything being pulled in...

      Think of the Black Hole like an Undertow in our lakes and Oceans... some undertow's barely effect you... Some pull you down to the bottom of the sea to die....

      The Black Hole is a strong current much like an undertow in space.

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      Char Milbrett 2 years ago from Minnesota

      Would the space inside the hole be gravitationally faster than the rest of the universe, since the Universe itself is theoretically without gravity..? So, the little spaceship would be creating some sort of motor??? and perhaps electrical current? or some sort of generator or reverse generator? And since 'human's' are somewhat electrically based, we'd probably explode into a million/billion teensy-tiny little fragments and become the next universe or mini-race of blurps? Gasp. Perhaps our universe is black hole and we are it's inhabitants.. and perhaps, the edge of our universe simply is the side of a even huge-r universe... and, perhaps we live in something that looks like a pock mark on a face?

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      Peter Cloutier 2 years ago from Halifax, NS, Canada

      Well actually, what I meant is if an Alien UFO shot into hyper drive in the opposite direction of the Milky Way, The current would have been created behind them... They would not have seen the Black Hole until they got back to their original spot.... They may however notice a difference in space in their destination, because the stuff being sucked into the Black Hole would come out of the other side disastrously.

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      Char Milbrett 2 years ago from Minnesota

      Seriously, sci-fi speaking entirely, first there was a flash of light, then a spaceship came speeding through, a little purple man came wandering out and... all of a sudden, he found the black hole, and disappeared, POOF.

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      Char Milbrett 2 years ago from Minnesota

      ...like California falling into the Sea with the San Andreas fault... where would we fall to? Who would rescue us?--- How long can you hold your breath?

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      Peter Cloutier 2 years ago from Halifax, NS, Canada

      If a Black Hole was created by Advanced-Primitive UFO Spaceships, it would be necessary to invent stabilizers, If they didn't, every time they go into Hyper Drive they'd be slowly destroying the Universe.

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      Char Milbrett 2 years ago from Minnesota

      I suspect that I don't realize the gravity of the situation.

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      Peter Cloutier 2 years ago from Halifax, NS, Canada

      What do you guys think, is this Black Hole theory probable?

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