Nobodyofimportance wrote: Draw a sphere of arbitrary size with the center of your black hole as the origin of the sphere. Pick a point on the sphere. Draw a line through the point on the sphere and the origin of the sphere. There will be a point on the sphere opposite the point you chose, which the line also passes through. That is the other side. So for a single point, there are an infinite number of other sides to pick from. Your pikachu is adorable. Isn't that because you're assuming the point to be more than one dimensional though? It's a bit hard to imagine, but by point I meant having no depth height or width. And thank you, I grew it myself. 

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haikinka wrote: Nobodyofimportance wrote: Draw a sphere of arbitrary size with the center of your black hole as the origin of the sphere. Pick a point on the sphere. Draw a line through the point on the sphere and the origin of the sphere. There will be a point on the sphere opposite the point you chose, which the line also passes through. That is the other side. So for a single point, there are an infinite number of other sides to pick from. Your pikachu is adorable. Isn't that because you're assuming the point to be more than one dimensional though? It's a bit hard to imagine, but by point I meant having no depth height or width. And thank you, I grew it myself. nah, it still works, a zeroth dimensional sphere is a point, a one dimensional sphere are two points an equal distance from a center point, a two dimensional sphere is a circle... or something like that. A bunch of points equidistant from a center. I might be wrong. 

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Nobodyofimportance wrote: haikinka wrote: Nobodyofimportance wrote: Draw a sphere of arbitrary size with the center of your black hole as the origin of the sphere. Pick a point on the sphere. Draw a line through the point on the sphere and the origin of the sphere. There will be a point on the sphere opposite the point you chose, which the line also passes through. That is the other side. So for a single point, there are an infinite number of other sides to pick from. Your pikachu is adorable. Isn't that because you're assuming the point to be more than one dimensional though? It's a bit hard to imagine, but by point I meant having no depth height or width. And thank you, I grew it myself. nah, it still works, a zeroth dimensional sphere is a point, a one dimensional sphere are two points an equal distance from a center point, a two dimensional sphere is a circle... or something like that. A bunch of points equidistant from a center. I might be wrong. 

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Nobodyofimportance wrote: nah, it still works, a zeroth dimensional sphere is a point, a one dimensional sphere are two points an equal distance from a center point, a two dimensional sphere is a circle... or something like that. A bunch of points equidistant from a center. I might be wrong. Haha, I just can't get my head around that. I'll just go back to thinking it's a giant space whirlpool. Life was simpler back then. 

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HellYEAAAHH wrote: For reference, I clearly stated that, despite whatever I, or anyone else, believes is through the black hole, It would not matter much considering that whatever enters it (planet or human) is completely torn from existence. I never said that someone could pass through a black hole successfully. A black hole is a super dense ball of mass. An object. Not a wormhole. 

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Homucifer wrote: HellYEAAAHH wrote: For reference, I clearly stated that, despite whatever I, or anyone else, believes is through the black hole, It would not matter much considering that whatever enters it (planet or human) is completely torn from existence. I never said that someone could pass through a black hole successfully. A black hole is a super dense ball of mass. An object. Not a wormhole. That is true, I was confusing the two. Thank you for clearing that up. Then I guess my post was referring to a wormhole. 

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haikinka wrote: Nobodyofimportance wrote: nah, it still works, a zeroth dimensional sphere is a point, a one dimensional sphere are two points an equal distance from a center point, a two dimensional sphere is a circle... or something like that. A bunch of points equidistant from a center. I might be wrong. Haha, I just can't get my head around that. I'll just go back to thinking it's a giant space whirlpool. Life was simpler back then. Nothing more need be said. Just, if you were some particle with no properties other than location and velocity, and went through a black hole, you'd end up on the opposite side of the black hole, from where you were before. Now time for some more anime. 

I am, thus, chocolate cake.


Lol physics nerds all flocking here.




u can say "Black Hole is just like a Twister but in different ways"
i found this video, its really good explanation about Black Hole http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pAnRKD4raY 



Is there a way to reverse a black hole, make it not a super dense ball of doom?


I've been playing too much Kotor


Dead I guess sadly as a black hols is a big In space with a huge gravitation field apart from going in to place where its so dark and being cursed well no clue we wont be alive on the other side for shore


just watching people set on fire


you will be crushed!
but as vsause has taught me, it will look cool before you die 

For The Love Of Chickens!...


ds;ajsdowaadasldajgeahs SO MANY MISCONCEPTIONS. Blackholes dont have a 'huge gravitational field', if you take a solar mass blackhole, its gravitational field is exactly the same as that of the suns (outside the radius of the sun).


Maths is hard


mipegg wrote: ds;ajsdowaadasldajgeahs SO MANY MISCONCEPTIONS. Blackholes dont have a 'huge gravitational field', if you take a solar mass blackhole, its gravitational field is exactly the same as that of the suns (outside the radius of the sun). sooo are you saying that black holes dont suck in stars and light? and im sure the sun dosent have enough gravitational force to pull us in as fast as a black hole does, i could be wrong but that was my understanding on black holes... and the sun.... 

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OpenWorldVG wrote: mipegg wrote: ds;ajsdowaadasldajgeahs SO MANY MISCONCEPTIONS. Blackholes dont have a 'huge gravitational field', if you take a solar mass blackhole, its gravitational field is exactly the same as that of the suns (outside the radius of the sun). sooo are you saying that black holes dont suck in stars and light? and im sure the sun dosent have enough gravitational force to pull us in as fast as a black hole does, i could be wrong but that was my understanding on black holes... and the sun.... The concept of 'suck in' is a total fallacy that you should try get out of your head to be honest. They only 'suck in' light below a specific radius from the 'center' (the hole part of the black hole) called the event horizon, for a solar mass (ie if the sun turned into a black hole) thats 3km, if you get 3km away from the center of the sun things are pretty dire. The thing that makes the difference is the density, nothing more, nothing less 

Maths is hard
