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A Black-Hole's Death... equals a new start???
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Posted 5/17/10 , edited 6/16/10
Most people do not realize that Black holes have a life span like all other space bodies from stars to humans.

How long does a Black hole live, depends on its size. The giant black hole that governs all the galaxy in this universe, will live much longer than a normal sized black hole. But they all will some day die. But what happens wen a black hole dies??? First a common black hole will live in years 1 with a 100 "0" behind it is the predicted length of time. Long time, but far from forever.

What Happens to a black hole as it ages...?
They shrink but their gravitational force stays constant... Soon a black hole will start giving off heat, and light. This is do to the condensing of all the matter it has gathered within it. (law about matter any one, matter can not be destroyed only its form changes.) So once the black hole reaches its end.. all that matter has been shrank to a very small size, most likely 100,000,000,000 times smaller than the black holes original size. What happens to this matter wen the black hole dies? ANY like the venture a guess. Wen this glowing blue hole that gives off more heat than 1,000,000 stars put together goes and burst, all the matter gathered in this small speck pushes out creating a big bang, slowly the matter cools over time taking the form of simple and original forms like hydrogen, than as the gasses gather do to gravity all over the place they create stars, that create from it heaver forms of matter.
Thus a new galaxy/universe is created from the old. A new cosmic start... Of course by the time the old Big Bangs created Super Giant black hole goes, it will rip apart what is left of the original universe wile the process starts all over again.

Discus this Hypothesis of mine.

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I guess yeah. Matter does not disappear, so the death of a black hole must mean that the condensed matter is released. It could also be interpreted as a continuous cycle. Either way, I wouldn't want a ridiculous number of years of accreted stuff to be released in my face. Probably unhealthy.
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Posted 5/17/10

DerfelCadarn wrote:

I guess yeah. Matter does not disappear, so the death of a black hole must mean that the condensed matter is released. It could also be interpreted as a continuous cycle. Either way, I wouldn't want a ridiculous number of years of accreted stuff to be released in my face. Probably unhealthy. :D


Just a little on the unhealthy side I would think.
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Posted 5/17/10
' Tell you the truth I was hoping for someone one would have something to add, or maby a challenge to the hypothesis of mine. '
ED is no fun without someone their to exchange ideals , to move things along.
Posted 5/17/10 , edited 5/17/10
A black hole cannot be seen with the naked eye, but what is emitted by them can be. The jet stream shot from them is a massive projection of thoroughly crushed matter, which certainly makes them a cosmic, garbage disposal machine. All things in the universe serve a purpose, so the idea of a black hole being a necessary means to recycling everything is certainly feasible.

The Big Bang Theory remains that, just a theory. Imagine having everything existing in the universe sucked into one enormous black hole, then blasted outward in all directions. Maybe, just maybe, the Big Bang Theory is what happened when a colossal black hole couldn't contain all the matter and energy from the recent universe and reacted by exploding.

My gears are turning with all the possibilities.
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Posted 5/18/10

-l-Kyle-I- wrote:

A black hole cannot be seen with the naked eye, but what is emitted by them can be. The jet stream shot from them is a massive projection of thoroughly crushed matter, which certainly makes them a cosmic, garbage disposal machine. All things in the universe serve a purpose, so the idea of a black hole being a necessary means to recycling everything is certainly feasible.

The Big Bang Theory remains that, just a theory. Imagine having everything existing in the universe sucked into one enormous black hole, then blasted outward in all directions. Maybe, just maybe, the Big Bang Theory is what happened when a colossal black hole couldn't contain all the matter and energy from the recent universe and reacted by exploding.

My gears are turning with all the possibilities.



Yes allow them gears to turn. But I like to correct you on one misunderstanding.
The meaning behind a science theory.

Theories are explanations for things, based on mountains of evidence, and many hours of lab time, and never been proven wrong. To become a science theory it must make it through a peer review not a easy task.
Their is evidence backing the big bang, one it left behind a giant black hole in the center of are universe. Other signs can be measured , such at radiation trails, and how are universe is shaped are all evidence for the big bang.


Posted 5/18/10

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-l-Kyle-I- wrote:

A black hole cannot be seen with the naked eye, but what is emitted by them can be. The jet stream shot from them is a massive projection of thoroughly crushed matter, which certainly makes them a cosmic, garbage disposal machine. All things in the universe serve a purpose, so the idea of a black hole being a necessary means to recycling everything is certainly feasible.

The Big Bang Theory remains that, just a theory. Imagine having everything existing in the universe sucked into one enormous black hole, then blasted outward in all directions. Maybe, just maybe, the Big Bang Theory is what happened when a colossal black hole couldn't contain all the matter and energy from the recent universe and reacted by exploding.

My gears are turning with all the possibilities.



Yes allow them gears to turn. But I like to correct you on one misunderstanding.
The meaning behind a science theory.

Theories are explanations for things, based on mountains of evidence, and many hours of lab time, and never been proven wrong. To become a science theory it must make it through a peer review not a easy task.
Their is evidence backing the big bang, one it left behind a giant black hole in the center of are universe. Other signs can be measured , such at radiation trails, and how are universe is shaped are all evidence for the big bang.




It is true they put a lot of work into quantifying the origins of the universe and other astral phenomenons, yet it seems to be a bit fuzzy, still. We will know once we can isolate the same effects of a black hole on a smaller scale. Now that would be a great science experiment for the wee ones!
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Posted 5/18/10

-l-Kyle-I- wrote:


Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


-l-Kyle-I- wrote:

A black hole cannot be seen with the naked eye, but what is emitted by them can be. The jet stream shot from them is a massive projection of thoroughly crushed matter, which certainly makes them a cosmic, garbage disposal machine. All things in the universe serve a purpose, so the idea of a black hole being a necessary means to recycling everything is certainly feasible.

The Big Bang Theory remains that, just a theory. Imagine having everything existing in the universe sucked into one enormous black hole, then blasted outward in all directions. Maybe, just maybe, the Big Bang Theory is what happened when a colossal black hole couldn't contain all the matter and energy from the recent universe and reacted by exploding.

My gears are turning with all the possibilities.



Yes allow them gears to turn. But I like to correct you on one misunderstanding.
The meaning behind a science theory.

Theories are explanations for things, based on mountains of evidence, and many hours of lab time, and never been proven wrong. To become a science theory it must make it through a peer review not a easy task.
Their is evidence backing the big bang, one it left behind a giant black hole in the center of are universe. Other signs can be measured , such at radiation trails, and how are universe is shaped are all evidence for the big bang.




It is true they put a lot of work into quantifying the origins of the universe and other astral phenomenons, yet it seems to be a bit fuzzy, still. We will know once we can isolate the same effects of a black hole on a smaller scale. Now that would be a great science experiment for the wee ones!


Your talking about the miniature black hole being made in England.
you know how they are making it right? They are using a giant Particle Accelerator to smash two hydrogen atom together just slightly under the speed of light. Harnessing the power of a black hole for a slight moment.


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Well maybe some day you can go look and come back tell ever -one what you found. Kinda like global warming if you throw enough money at it you can prove your self right or left? Maybe you can fill it up. I do think it could lead to a big bang on the other side of what beats me!
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If I am not mistaking light gets bent by pass near a black hole. That why the speed of light can vary i cant remember The is a law of it states with a G ( no it not gravity)
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Posted 5/20/10

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If I am not mistaking light gets bent by pass near a black hole. That why the speed of light can vary i cant remember The is a law of it states with a G ( no it not gravity)


Gravity is one of the greatest force out their. It does not just bend light in can also slow time, If you look at the facts, all things have a force known as gravity.. the greater the force, the more it affects everything around it. Think of a trampoline. If you out a few base balls on it than sat a bulling ball on it, the base balls will be drawn to it do to the bulling-ball being so much heaver. The trampling it self is stretched out do to how heavy that object is. Space it self is stretched and morphed do to gravity. the heaver the object the more it stretches space, creating the slowing of time, bending of light, and even the gathering of matter.



Let me try to explain it another way.

space is energy and matter as "the fabric of the universe". Space is energy, and energy is mass. Thus, having mass affects space.
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The name I was hunting for geodesic cuvatory it just not gravity I was other wise i could sight newton law. and there plenty more things that can mess with the speed of light. Get the point? I still can not think of the name of the person that expanded his work Albert Einsteins work
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Matter it can be changed energy with left over that we do not know how to deal with. It would be fantastic to see a black hole implode it would be the last thing pretty sure. I just hope there no Carl Sagan fans out, there he was of off the mark just like Al Gore is. At least Carl believed in his stuff.
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tarakelly wrote:

The name I was hunting for geodesic cuvatory it just not gravity I was other wise i could sight newton law. and there plenty more things that can mess with the speed of light. Get the point? I still can not think of the name of the person that expanded his work Albert Einsteins work


Light is energy and energy has mass. Mass affects mass. Hence gravity affects mass.

Wile other devices may hinder light, the main factor behind it is most-likely density and mass.
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I sorry when I got off the topic of light, I was thinking of burning oil, gas, coal,even wood. The left overs from doing such things. DA-AAA light has mass I never said it did not. Why do you think I brought up.Geodesics cuvatory. Do you have a I love Al Gore picture you sure get bent out of shape when at take a little shot at the goof ball?
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