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Tuko246

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  1. Was just watching a khan academy video on youtube about black holes, and khan was going over how once light (or anything) reaches the event horizon, it is pulled back into the black hole. The question then popped into my mind, " If light is slowed down and pulled back into a black hole, isn't light emitted by anything pulled back slightly?" So right now I'm wondering if light ever reaches the speed of light, because it must be emitted by something, and that something has to have mass and therefore gravity, which will pull on the light it emits. All answers are appreciated. This is the link to the video in case you want to watch it.
  2. Hmm... White hole as the big bang? That sure opens up a can of worms lol. Would that mean there could be multiple big bangs going on in the universe right now? If white holes are connected to black holes, could the matter of our universe come from a black hole in a parallel universe? Perhaps that is how new universes are created, matter from one universe traversing through a black hole into a new one. Quite an interesting theory indeed.
  3. Does the singularity then contain all of a black hole's mass?
  4. Could the Big Bang have been a nuclear reaction? Probably a stupid question, but one I need to know the answer to nonetheless. Please humor me.
  5. I thought I read that a black holes have infinite density, and that is what made them black holes, and I may be mistaken, but I figured that for a bunch of matter to have the same density it would have to be in the form of a black hole. Thanks for the links.
  6. Sorry for the small font, I reposted this here from another subforum as I felt if fit better here, and the copying process made it quite tiny. Thanks for the info, I think I will look into that book... The subject has always intrigued me. Perhaps black holes could be a way of travelling between parallel universes.
  7. Would this mean that black holes spin on an axis?
  8. If a black hole were to put a hole in the sheet, would it then put a hole in time also? Would time stop in the black hole, would it cease to exist?
  9. Thanks for the response. That clears it up a bit for me. I think it makes sense that black holes and white holes would be connected, If white holes exist that is.
  10. Howdy! First time poster here, hope my first questions aren't too dumb. I've always figured that there must be a black hole at the center of every galaxy to keep the galaxy together with it's gravity, but have read that only some galaxies have black holes at their center. I was hoping somebody could help clear that up for me. Also, I have always wondered if there is a connection between black holes and white holes, specifically could the matter that is sucked into black holes be spewed out of white holes? Sorry if the questions are a bit novice.
  11. Howdy! First time poster here, hope my first questions aren't too dumb. I've always figured that there must be a black hole at the center of every galaxy to keep the galaxy together with it's gravity, but have read that only some galaxies have black holes at their center. I was hoping somebody could help clear that up for me. Also, I have always wondered if there is a connection between black holes and white holes, specifically could the matter sucked into a black hole exit through a white hole somewhere else? Sorry if the questions seem a bit novice.
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