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Monster Sun(Schwarze Sonne) Dead on Deadly?

 
Anonymous Coward
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09/08/2007 11:46 PM
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Re: Monster Sun(Schwarze Sonne) Dead on Deadly?
black hole

schwartz= black
sonne= sun

a black whole is simply a star so large that it grows faster than the speed of light..

the light isnt fast enough to get off the surface

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Hardly.

A black hole is the remnants of a post-supernova star, one larger than the Chandrasekhar Limit, whose mass and therefore gravity acceleration is so high that nothing can escape its "event horizon", not even light.

Although a Black Hole will gobble up everything around it, gravity is a function of the inverse square of the distance between the two bodies (in this case, the Black Hole and its dinner), and -- given interstellar distance -- the acceleration of a black Hole on a neighboring star would be very weak. As a result, it may not grow appreciatively over long periods of time.

Furthermore, Hawking et.al. believe that Black Holes "leak" X-rays and, in theory anyway, could "evaporate".
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you sure are smart...
why does a battleship fall at the same speed as a grape? the battleship is bigger and obviously creates more gravity right?
why is the moon falling away from earth?

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09/10/2007 12:13 AM
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Re: Monster Sun(Schwarze Sonne) Dead on Deadly?
Hardly.

A black hole is the remnants of a post-supernova star, one larger than the Chandrasekhar Limit, whose mass and therefore gravity acceleration is so high that nothing can escape its "event horizon", not even light.

Although a Black Hole will gobble up everything around it, gravity is a function of the inverse square of the distance between the two bodies (in this case, the Black Hole and its dinner), and -- given interstellar distance -- the acceleration of a black Hole on a neighboring star would be very weak. As a result, it may not grow appreciatively over long periods of time.

Furthermore, Hawking et.al. believe that Black Holes "leak" X-rays and, in theory anyway, could "evaporate".
 Quoting: Duncan Kunz




Actually the latest craze in modern physics is white holes, and no I'm not joking. A white hole acts in conjunction with a black hole, the black hole sucks up energy and matter, and the white hole spits it out.

Light PARTICLES formed by the nuclear reaction in the Sun take YEARS to reach the surface because GRAVITY acts on the LIGHT PARTICLES . IMHO , if black holes exist they are both gravitational and magnetic in nature.
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Re: Monster Sun(Schwarze Sonne) Dead on Deadly?
you sure are smart...
why does a battleship fall at the same speed as a grape? the battleship is bigger and obviously creates more gravity right?
why is the moon falling away from earth?

hawking..chuckle
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Because the force of gravity is proportional to the mass of the objects being acted upon at a given seperation between the objects. The grape has much less force of gravity acting on it ,but it takes less force to pull it toward the Earth than it does a battleship.

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