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# Blackholes

Do you agree with this?

Note by Marck Anjelou Calindatas
4 years, 1 month ago

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- 4 years, 1 month ago

I'm not sure about this but this is not a black hole. As the picture mention, this is a wormhole, it's a hole in space-time continuum.This kind of structure is a shortcut in the 4th dimension. A black hole is usually a star who's mass is so high that the gravity it generates inside itself is enough to compress the matter to a singularity which causes a "infinite" curve in space-time fabric. The event horizon doesn't allow us to get out of a black hole because the speed required is at least over the speed of light.The string theory allow strings to exit the black hole as radiation, I think quantum mechanics allow it too. In no way a black hole would lead to the formation of a wormhole. It requires exotic matter to work.

- 4 years, 1 month ago

It's true that "exotic matter" is needed to sustain a wormhole, but in theory a wormhole that exists for an infinitesimally short time before pinching off is possible without any "exotic matter".

- 4 years, 1 month ago

Once you are in a black hole, there is no way out. But my wonderful daddy disagree. He thinks that it might possibly be a way out.

- 4 years, 1 month ago

Yes, but the subject of discussion right now is on wormholes. The title "Blackholes" was just a mistake on the OP.

- 4 years, 1 month ago

First of all, it is a Worm hole. Actually, I don't think passing through a worm hole helps you to reach some other universe....it will help you to reach any other part of the universe. But a sustained worm holes are not usually found...majority of them open up for a very short duration. If I am not wrong, recently the scientists have discovered a short-period worm hole opening near the sun at a point termed as "X point" or "X region" or something like that... Anyways, even if it is possible to travel to other part of universe, it will be very intricate task as worm holes have short-period opening...

- 4 years ago

this is no a black hole it is a wormhole..

- 4 years ago

This is an incorrect assumption. Black holes are objects which are formed because an object has such high density that it is smaller than its Schwarzschild (gravitational) radius. This is called a singularity. When a black hole occurs anything that goes past the event horizon disintegrates into sub-atomic particles to be part of the singularity. Also, time slows down until it stops at the centre inside a black hole. A wormhole, on the other hand is a vortex that connects 2 different places together in an easier or 5D aspect in terms of the universe. Wormholes could either connect 2 parts of the universe or 2 different universes together. Also, time remains constant inside wormholes.

- 4 years ago

but there is also a theory which states that every new black hole which is formed in turn creates a new universe....and if anything succeeds in escaping the singularity, it can enter the new universe formed by that particular black hole through its constituent white hole...

- 4 years ago

This is unlikely. What I think you mean though is that if the singularity of a black hole explodes, then a new universe could be formed. This is one of the many theories about what was before the Big Bang. By the way, you can not escape a black hole unless you travel faster than speed than light. That is the escape velocity of a black hole. Plus, anything that gets sucked in to a black hole disintegrates so nothing can escape but there is a theory that information (which can not be destroyed) is stuck at the event horizon. Light and other electromagnetic waves are also sucked in the form of photons so nothing can escape a black hole. The so called 'white hole' is not true. A black hole's event horizon is a 4D sphere with a centre at the singularity. There is no place where a white hole could exist.

- 3 years, 12 months ago

i think that black hole has exit also but it not possible to exit from it 1. while entering the black whole due to its gravity field everything get disassemble . 2.since black hole is wall between space and time due to which if any human entrer in it he will never die,nor he will get hungry no sensation,no age growth bcoz inside black hole the space and time dose not exit one more thing we can consider that we black hole can be defined has time portal.

- 4 years ago

Wait, if you were to go inside it, then you can't escape from it. That means it is impossible for curious people like us to get accelerated in time.

- 4 years, 1 month ago

to some extent it can be believed....but it also has its -ve side!!! that its just a theoretical concept....here existence of parallel universe is also stated..... do see these links.... http://www.edinformatics.com/mathscience/solarsystem/blackholeswormholeswhiteholes.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_hole http://news.discovery.com/space/why-dont-we-see-white-holes-in-space.htm http://cosmology.berkeley.edu/Education/FAQ/question29.html hope it helps.....

- 4 years, 1 month ago

no idea

- 4 years, 1 month ago