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/.
No, their existence doesn't question the big bang theory. Black holes, as we know them now, are created from dying stars. And everything in the universe is still expanding (including those black holes). So their existence does not conflict with the theory.
No! There is a theory that states that there could be things known as primordial black holes that were left over from the time of the big bang. So the big bang could have created them or even been caused by one.
by naslund268 years ago
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by nsabari45 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 princeland8 years ago
If the gravity in black holes is so intense that even light cannot escape, then how are x?rays and radiowaves coming out from there?
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by emrldphx6 years ago
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