A Black Hole is a .....
Cosmic body with gravity (see gravitation) so intense that nothing, not even light, can escape.
It is suspected to form in the death and collapse of a star that has retained at least three times the Sun's mass. Stars with less mass evolve into white dwarf stars or neutron stars. Details of a black hole's structure are calculated from Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity: a "singularity" of zero volume and infinite density pulls in all matter and energy that comes within an event horizon, defined by the Schwarzschild radius, around it. Black holes cannot be observed directly because they are small and emit no light. However, their enormous gravitational fields affect nearby matter, which is drawn in and emits X rays as it collides at high speed outside the event horizon. Some black holes may have nonstellar origins.
Astronomers speculate that supermassive black holes at the centres of quasars and many galaxies are the source of energetic activity that is observed.
Stephen W. Hawking theorized the creation of numerous tiny black holes, possibly no more massive than an asteroid, during the big bang. These primordial "mini black holes" lose mass over time and disappear as a result of Hawking radiation.
Although black holes remain theoretical, the case for their existence is supported by many observations of phenomena that match their predicted effects.
A Cosmic Body
Sucks things in
Has its own priests
The Vaguest of the Vague
Needs to be explained
Has a strange fascination
Sounds like God to me!
I like the analogy between God and a Black Hole.. Both are equally mysterious. Gravity slows time, in that stronger gravity is the slower time
becomes. A black hole, where gravity is near infinite, must bring time
nearly to a halt. Since God is beyond time, or beyond the world of change, this is another parallel with black holes.
However God is one, and black holes are many, numbering in the millions or billions, with one presumably at the center of most
every galaxy. Nevertheless, 13,72 billion years ago, at the time of the Big
Bang, the entire universe was in a sense one, like God., but of course within nanoseconds it was already expanding extremely rapidly, and
well on its way to becoming the diversity that astrophysics rapidly continues to reveal today.
God is existence itself; even though for athesists, God seems to be
no longer necessary as an explaination for anything or everything in the
physical universe including our own species. Nevertheless, at the moment of the Big Bang, before which there apparently was neither time
nor physical existence in any form, this seem to be very close to the notion
of creation manifesting forth from God Itself.
I'm not sure if you signed this as being your own work, but it would appear the main body of your OP was lifted from this site:
Actually God is the One which over the black hole.
Black hole is refferred to as the bottomless pit
I have come to take my anger and frustration out on you, is this the thread you referred me to?????
What a load of rubbish.
HA HA what are you actully saying? and do you have another thread, don't understand this one, but i can get angry anyway right?
by emrldphx6 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...
by vydyulashashi7 years ago
Do you think black holes re;;y exist?
by jerami7 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. ...
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 naslund268 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...
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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