With the gravitational forces to the extent that would have to exist here, I would picture a very hot core at its center.Sheer speculation, though. I would not say another side, as I would think, if our observations on how gravity fields affect matter are correct, it would be more like a bottomless pit. Since light and electromagnetic radiation cannot escape, where is it all building?
The is no other side to a black hole - it is gravitationally intense-dense object that sucks everything including light into its body like a giant magnet.
The other side of the universe is on the other side of a black hole.
Since a black hole is not a hole at all, but rather just a point in space where light can not escape (http://mattforte.hubpages.com/bha/hub/W … lack-Holes ), then it doesn't *lead* somewhere, in the sense that you seem to be thinking.
This should simplify things:
Pick up a beach ball.
Hang the beach ball somewhere in your room, from a string.
This beach ball is a black hole, your room is the universe. What's on the other side of the beach ball? More universe.
Not enough is known about black holes and all theories are just speculation. However as it is thought that black holes are formed when dying stars collapse under their own gravity then there should be a dense core at its centre.
However there has been speculation by some that says that a Black Hole could be the entrance to a parallel universe. If this was to be the case then there would be a White Hole at the other side that has the opposite properties of a Black Hole. This is just speculation and probably more Science Fiction that Science Fact.
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 naslund26 9 years ago
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 ...
by shivam gupta 6 years ago
What is white hole ?
by James Kenny 6 years ago
The Supermassive Black Hole at the centre of the Milky Way.What I want to know is, is the Supermassive Black Hole at the centre of the Milky Way gradually sucking in all of the Stars and the Planets of our Galaxy. Its been puzzling me for years.
by Kirt Primeaux 8 years ago
Is there a black hole in the dryer who's only purpose is to consume just of my socks?
by jomine 5 years ago
Suppose a light ray travelling near a black hole, which has so much gravity that the escape velocity is twice the speed of light, got caught in its gravitational field. Will the light travel at the speed of light or travel at double the speed of light?Similarly what happen to other objects...
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