Im wondering that maybe its possible for that of a super super super massive black hole that merged with other super super super massive black holes would become so large that eventually merging with even more massive black holes would feast eventualy on the entire universe, causing that massive black hole to burn, shrink become so dence where it explodes leading to the creation of the next big bang.
I have had my thoughts similar to this. http://hubpages.com/hub/Our-Universe--A-Black-Hole
Check out Stephen Hawkings "Theory of Everything". You might have to research it on Google or somewhere. I have seen a fascinatin TV documentary on this a couple of weeks ago.
Sounds like science fiction to me. I don't believe there is any such thing as black holes. Seeing is believing.
Knolyourself - by definition, you can never see a black hole as light can't escape from it. But there is plenty of evidence for their existence in gravitational field effects. And in fact, even basic Classical physics explains their formation. They're not all that strange.
Biggest category of black holes are called supermassive black hole and The largest known supermassive black hole is located in OJ 287 weighing in at 18 billion solar masses (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_hole). Till now this is what we humans have been able to find hence it is quite possible that one we might know about a black hole of the size of 50billion Suns.
I Believe they do for a number of General Motors Executives.
I think PearlDiver means the the execs suck in money like a black hole.
I don't know if there is a physical limit to the size of a black hole. I thought the size was related to how massive the original star was but I may be wrong.
As far as them sucking up the universe goes, there is far too much dark energy pushing the galaxies away from each other to have anything physical suck them up.
by emrldphx 6 years ago
First, I beg forgiveness for any facts about black holes that I miss or state incorrectly. It has been some time since I looked at papers, studies, experiments, or theories specific to black holes, so some things may be different than I used to know.Anyway, the interesting thing about black holes...
by nsabari4 6 years ago
What is really black hole??????????is it really true that if we enter a black hole,we will go to another galaxyy or some other dimension
by Brad Masters 2 years ago
Do super massive black holes in the galaxies, question the theory of the Big Bang?In this century scientists have found that all of the galaxies have super massive black holes, but they don't know why these exist or what they mean/.
by jerami 7 years ago
Having a wondering about it moment. I don't have an answer. That black hole at the center of our universe may not exert its pull upon the earth as much as it does on our sun. Our sun revolves around it. So it does pull upon the sun. Would...
by vydyulashashi 7 years ago
Do you think black holes re;;y exist?
by cafeteria 6 years ago
What is on the other side of a black hole?
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