"No pictures here, no scientific evidence, just bad punctuation and speculation."
I has been curious. Planets are round, but we know that gravity by the sun pulls on our planet making it more wide around equator.
Now to carry that idea.
Singularity exhibits pull on the whole galaxy. That is a lot of matter there. All documentaries i watched display black holes up close as completely
round and circular. Would the black holes not be skewed by all that matter and appear more disc-shaped that a round object. If singularity spins and
not just stands there, would the centrifugal force also force it into a disc shape. (Separate though - what if its in flux, trying to stay spherical
but being pulled aside repeatedly like a heartbeat. Every contraction would cause a discharge of energy from the top or bottom?) Black holes are very,
very dense but when two of them merge they become a single bigger body. This makes me wonder that Singularity is malleable, even if it takes another
force as strong as itself. So back to my original idea, i propose that a black hole is shaped more like a disc (Disc UFO?) being thick and round at
the center, but more disc shaped as you get to the equator.
Now i got a question related, in my opinion to black holes.
Expanding universe theory - Scientists claim that universe is expanding faster and faster.
My thoughts to this claim - (Bull****, the gravity of black hole in our galactic system skews our observation of far away stellar bodies, making us
think they are moving apart faster)
Elaboration - Gravity warps time, closer you get to a high source of gravity the more it appears that time slows down, or is unable to escape the
gravity. If you are at a point exactly between Our planet and the black hole, then to your observation the whole universe is moving faster (in fact
you are just thinking and reacting too slow from perspective on earth). Would it not be possible for that small amount of gravity that is pulling our
solar system to affect the light sent from billions and billions distance units away. This would make it look like everything is moving faster and
faster. Added to that is another fact, that inconceivable to us but the galaxy is rotating, and moving according to stellar drift. If our arm of the
Galaxy would be rotating away from the point in space observed, would it still not be perceived as if everything we see is speeding up?
I do not believe this expansion theory and wish to know if my rambling makes sense? I would love some feedback.
P.S i originally thought that the existence of black holes has not been proven. Next poster corrected me and i have edited the Topic
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