Yes, but just how long...
I think one day will be able to do it.
If they really had a desire to live, they would've been more aware of how easy it is to die.
Yes, but just how long...
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Originally Posted by Cheza
The question is why space faring human would have to devote time, research, and resources in developing a propulsion system of escaping a black hole? I would imagine like any hazard, one can just go around the obstacle and completely avoid it all together.
Blackholes are formed by emplosions where something of such great mass sucks in itself and everything around it because of a high level of gravitational force. That's one theory of how blackholes are formed. And then there are whiteholes where mass actually spurts out of it.
The theory is that the universe is kind of like a plain in which it is curved. So it's kind of like of like a bent peice of paper. So basically what's between the two holes is a place of no time or space so you would instantly get through them.
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The idea that 'white holes' must be the exit drain of 'black holes' has been largely discounted. From the number of distant high energy Gamma Ray bursts, we know that a large number of black holes are being produced, yet there hasn't been a single observation of a 'white hole' There has been some theories that matter/energy can 'evaporate' out of a black hole in a different form of energy, but even in this case, the original 'data/form' is always lost...Originally Posted by Brother
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well I think its a fact that blackholes are formed when a star implodes upon itself causing the gravity to increase exponentially and to a point where nothing can escape it, but whiteholes I think are only a hypothesis generated by the logical point that if there is something to which nothing can come out, then there must be something with which nothing can get in. Also, as far as string theory goes, I am a believer of it, but we have a LONG way to go before we can make it a proven theory, its only been proven through very complex mathematics, although I would love to see the connection between Newton and Einstein come together perfectly like that. However, I think our focus should be more on the smaller scale, the nano scale, nanotech is the new future nowadays so I believe we should invest more time and effort on research nano-scale science.
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I belive in black holes and think they do exist