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Black Hole Sun
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Insertnamehere Wrote:But You can make some sense into that.

But how, kind sir? How is this possible?
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#12
NativeSon Wrote:But how, kind sir? How is this possible?

Superheated gass tends to ionize and form plasma. Electromagnetic repulsion is a stronger force than gravity, so I suppose if that happens, that's when a bit of gas gets ejected from a black hole. To what extent I don't know, maybe if it expands enough to a point where repulsion is negligible, gravity takes over again.

These are the mere machinations of a min with limited knowledge about these processes, mind you. I'm no physicist.
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#13
Black holes do not exist. They're merely theoretical constructs necessitated by the absurd idea that gravity, the weakest of the four forces (10 to the -41), is what shapes the structure of galaxies and the universe.
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Unfortunately it's over 324 million light-years away. That's too far away to suck this planet into oblivion or fry us with objects spewed from the jaws of outer dimensions. Looks like we'll have to keep our fingers crossed for that giant meteor impact.
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MikeW Wrote:Black holes do not exist. They're merely theoretical constructs necessitated by the absurd idea that gravity, the weakest of the four forces (10 to the -41), is what shapes the structure of galaxies and the universe.

Gravity depends on the mass of the object

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Others like electromagnetism, do not

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At a normal you and me scale, gravity is insignificant, but give a system enough mass and Gravity will take over all others.

In the same fashion at an atomic/molecular level, gravity becomes insignificant compared to electromagnetism.

Seeming how I have only limited knowledge of physics, I would like you to elaborate as to why you say black holes don't exist, a statement that goes against accepted experiemental data confirming theoretical models or so they tell us.
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Insertnamehere Wrote:Superheated gass tends to ionize and form plasma. Electromagnetic repulsion is a stronger force than gravity, so I suppose if that happens, that's when a bit of gas gets ejected from a black hole. To what extent I don't know, maybe if it expands enough to a point where repulsion is negligible, gravity takes over again.

These are the mere machinations of a min with limited knowledge about these processes, mind you. I'm no physicist.

Come on, natch. As good an answer as any.

Thank you!
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MikeW Wrote:Black holes do not exist. They're merely theoretical constructs necessitated by the absurd idea that gravity, the weakest of the four forces (10 to the -41), is what shapes the structure of galaxies and the universe.


Oh, ok.....
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