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Where Do Black Holes Lead?

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posted on Oct, 19 2008 @ 02:13 PM
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I personally have a theory that black holes are feeding energy to the singularity that caused the big bang. Center of black holes should be a place where all time exists at once in the same spot.




posted on Oct, 19 2008 @ 02:45 PM
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Where do black holes lead..

I think they could lead to white wholes in another universe or dimension



posted on Oct, 19 2008 @ 03:02 PM
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Originally posted by Distortion
Blacks holes like everything else have a lifespan as well. Tachyons can leave... if energy is leaving then because of good ol E=mc2 its mass will also decrease


This theory breaks down inside black holes because "c" is not the same in there. If they have a lifespan at all it would be near forever since time stops or comes close to stop inside a black hole. At the singularity time does not exist only space. That space if you could get there would be a space where you would look out and see all of time at once. The only pace you could exit would be the big bang itself.

This is also why its a bad idea for us to create a black hole. Once we poke a hole in time the hole will never close because it leads to the beginning before it all goes Bang. Once we open this timeless hole everything nearby will fall into the past or beginning how ever you want to view it. It may however take forever for it to swallow everything since it will be very very small fracture in space.

This tiny black hole might not even follow earth through its orbit and just cut a micro hole through the planet as it sticks to its spot in space while we continue to move.

Makes one wonder what would happen if they accidently create thousands or millions of tiny black holes at Cern... Might not be a good idea to recreate the conditions at the beginning since the beginning may have just been the creation of super massive black holes into a space that contained hydrogen gas...

[edit on 19-10-2008 by Xeven]



posted on Oct, 19 2008 @ 03:32 PM
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What you are speaking of is some of what I bases a few of my own personal conclusions from. Not as if they are fact or anything, but it's fun to speculate.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 07:20 PM
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Urghhh,
I have given you enough answers, and yet you humans still come out with the most preposterous 'theories',

there is NO black hole in the earth lol, because even if black holes existed, they are formed by a star collapsing (or something of equal merit),
and being as the earth is not/has not been/never will be/does not contain a star,
There is NO black hole in the earth,

Nor does one lead anywhere,
and as discussed earlier in the topic, YES a black hole does have a life-span so to speak,
to those who say it cant do because all time stops or extremely slows down around it,
well thats RELATIVE time my friend, and is not RELATIVE to the measurement of a black-holes life-span,

If a black hole exists, then by all human theories about it,
It would cease to exist after consuming either
a) all matter around it (leaving nothing left in its gravitational pull)
b) Consuming as much as the size of the black hole permits it to intake

now stop with crazy theories >_<
and ATLEAST go by the theories developed by scientists who have a decent understanding of all the physics involved,
it is incredibly astronomically unlikely that some random kid (e.g. you)
is going to understand it anywhere near the same level as said scientists



posted on Oct, 20 2008 @ 07:40 PM
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So you are saying the world is really flat? I do not think so you will have to have some proof.



posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 02:29 AM
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Originally posted by Xeven
reply to post by AmmonSeth
 


So you are saying the world is really flat? I do not think so you will have to have some proof.


what on earth are you talking about?



posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 03:39 PM
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Originally posted by AmmonSeth
Urghhh,
I have given you enough answers, and yet you humans still come out with the most preposterous 'theories',

there is NO black hole in the earth lol, because even if black holes existed, they are formed by a star collapsing (or something of equal merit),
and being as the earth is not/has not been/never will be/does not contain a star,
There is NO black hole in the earth,

Nor does one lead anywhere,
and as discussed earlier in the topic, YES a black hole does have a life-span so to speak,
to those who say it cant do because all time stops or extremely slows down around it,
well thats RELATIVE time my friend, and is not RELATIVE to the measurement of a black-holes life-span,

If a black hole exists, then by all human theories about it,
It would cease to exist after consuming either
a) all matter around it (leaving nothing left in its gravitational pull)
b) Consuming as much as the size of the black hole permits it to intake

now stop with crazy theories >_<
and ATLEAST go by the theories developed by scientists who have a decent understanding of all the physics involved,
it is incredibly astronomically unlikely that some random kid (e.g. you)
is going to understand it anywhere near the same level as said scientists


Sorry, I was responding to this post where you say things as if they are proven, rather than someone else preposterous theory such as "the world is flat". You are acting just like the Nay Sayers in the world when they thought the world was flat. Your statements above are not based in fact they are based on theory just like everyone else preposterous theory. You are thinking inside the box.

I agree with you that it is not probable that there is a black hole inside the earth, but you cannot prove it one way or the other. You also cannot prove that all black holes or even any black holes are created by stars. It is all just theory so my and others outside the box thinking is as legitimate as any other unproven theory.

[edit on 21-10-2008 by Xeven]



posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 06:56 PM
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You do not seem to understand me,
I say black-holes do not exist,
But what i was saying previously when you talk about where you quoted me,
i was talking about the possibilities relating to the THEORIES that you seem to believe in,
Going by your scientists theories, it would be impossible for a black-hole to be in the earth,
and yes i can say that there isnt one as fact,
because if there was a black-hole as your scientists have defined one to exist that happened to be in the middle of the earth,
those same scientists would have detected severe gravitational distortions,
and the planet earth as it is known to function would not be able to,
the planet earth would have been ripped to shreds instantly,
(although to the humans on earth it would seem like it would never happen,
because of the immense time interference caused by the black-hole which your scientists have defined)
So yes i can say that if a black-hole existed (which i say they do not)
then by your scientists definitions of a black-hole, It would be IMPOSSIBLE for one to exist within the earth

And i cannot believe i had to explain that to someone,
I had hear your people were ignorant and not as intelligent as they should be,
But my word are you a disappointment



posted on Nov, 16 2008 @ 10:27 AM
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posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 04:50 PM
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posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 05:00 PM
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the singularity of a black hole is linked to all other singularities. You have a black hole in your heart, atoms, the earth, sun and every other center. Common news is they found the center of our galaxy has a black hole, further supporting the idea. But that is scratching the surface...Fractal Universe.

Grand Unified feild theroy

Nassim Haramein

Richard Hoagland

physics now are crap in place of misunderstanding



posted on Dec, 7 2008 @ 11:51 AM
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All recent studies show that black holes do exist... there are many types of theories and speculation though physics and math show that they exist and that there are many types.

As for if they lead anywhere, unlikely.... a black hole is an object of great mass.... so great a mass (100,000,000 x a galaxy's mass) its gravitational pull is too strong even for light to escape.

This also relates to the 'event horizon' which is believed to be an area around the black hole... that if and object passes the event horizon it will never return, this is due to the reckoning that nothing travels faster than light...and E=mc2.

They also therorise that light orbits the centre of the black hole (singularity) but within the event horizon due to the gravitational force but orbit chaoticly...

So i believe that they have so much weight and mass they pull all matter toward its singularity and look like a black hole though are matter highly compressed that lead nowhere.... or more specifically to a fixed point.

I reckon black holes are the birth place of galaxies... that originally they where stars a similar size as our GALAXY that went supa nova, exploded and then turn into a black hole.. and return the energy to its core (singularity) to repeat the cycle... the cycle of a galaxy or may not?!?!

Crazy theroy based on smarter peoples studies... But they do exist.. id be more interested in why they exist as we are never ever going to go there!



posted on Dec, 8 2008 @ 09:49 AM
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OP:
First of all we cannot know what's going on in there, so I can say that rabbits are drinking coffee inside and you have absolutely no proof to prove this theory wrong. But if we think logically, we come to the conclusion you would see nothing, since black holes are just dead stars. Just like white dwarfs are and they are NOT holes. So your theory "holes have to lead somewhere" is right, but not in this case...

Sorry if it was previously said, didn't read any posts....



posted on Dec, 8 2008 @ 05:03 PM
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Not very far at all if you believe in the electric universe:

books.google.com...

The Big Bang Never Happened
By Eric J. Lerner

Provocative and far-reaching, The Big Bang Never Happened draws on new discoveries in cosmology, particle physics, and thermodynamics as well as on readings in history and philosophy to confront the values behind the concept of the Big Bang.

The Big Bang Never Happened: A Startling Refutation of the Dominant Theory of the Origin of the Universe

www.spaceandmotion.com...

Observed black hole phenomena is cause by electrical currents and
homo motors.

Do not listen to video preceding, it is quite erroneous.
Not part of electrical universe, waves belong at sea or in the ether
to carry space ships.



posted on Dec, 10 2008 @ 10:49 PM
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If the black hole isn't a whole and it is just a collapsing star then how is it able to suck so much matter into itself? Black holes have been know to swallow galaxies tons of times bigger than the star that actually collapsed. Most of the time when you see a black hole in a book or on tv, internet, etc it seems to be going through the galaxy instead of just being a one way portal or hole. I think that before someone goes around saying that it isn't a whole they need to go and explore the actual hole themselves. But there is one that I would like to know, Why doesn't NASA make a satellite to go into a black hole and send back information on what is going on around it and possibly in it? That alone would answer so many questions. Not everybody believes in scientology so people need alot more information than just MATH, we believe in what we see so show us proof.



posted on Dec, 10 2008 @ 11:20 PM
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Leads to where the 'angels' live and they are damn sick of eating our dust. They can't help being concerned about us as everything we do gets sucked up the black hole vacuum tube and dumped right onto their laps where they live. Running a little interference on us is necessary for their well-being , as well. It is a helium atmosphere , where the inhabitants eat plutonium for breakfast ,as humans eat 'wheaties' swim in mercury oceans , as humans prefer water .ski on lithium slopes , as humans enjoy snow . They are fond of phosphorus jewelry and riding around in their opals.
P.S. I forgot to mention that the 'aliens' that live on the other side of the black holes are the same color as our beautiful planet and our sky.

[edit on 10-12-2008 by aethernaut]

[edit on 11-12-2008 by aethernaut]



posted on Dec, 11 2008 @ 02:43 AM
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www.youtube.com... THE ALIENS - no spaceships required



posted on Dec, 14 2008 @ 08:14 PM
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i love the whole idea of black holes leading from one universe to another but if they do then wat is the other universe and why dont we send life in to a black hole since are galaxy is goin bad anyway and we could send some one with the suit on and a wakkitakki and they can tell us wats happening?



posted on Feb, 2 2009 @ 08:45 AM
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Unfortunately the harsh reality is even if by some miracle we are not alone in the universe. we will never recieve insightful knowledge on black holes from other civilisations across the galaxy, thats just a desperate thought knowing that humans may never be capable to answer all parts of the mystery which is life.

we get to caught up in the security of synthetic society that we are never taught to appreciate how utterly fragile our existance is. for intelligent life to be born of what is nature in our experience is merely a coincidence. we are the result of a coincidence. one which in many ways in unprecidented. we need to seek answers in a responsible way. our greatest enemy in this common persuit is time. rather that pondering on fictional philosophy we should be devising a means of expanding human existance to beond our planet. colonizing space. this is the only way that we can ensure the survival of the human race. so maybe in five thousand or five hundred thousand years we may have some answers. who knows with technolgy so advanced mayb black hole could be used as a door way from one bedroom to another??




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