posted on Jan, 9 2006 @ 08:06 AM
As has been said, the name and commercialization of Black Holes as something that gobbles up galaxies has lead to wild and ungrounded speculation with
little scientific background.
Unfortunately, ArtemisFowl, your theory falls into that category.
However, I won't care to divulge where you're wrong - since you can check the wikipedia link that another person posted up.
If you would like to create a black hole, here's my theory; we're already doing it. No, I don't mean in a conspiracy sense. I bet that at many
particle accelerators around the world we're creating microsingularities when we smash proton A into neutron B. The two are hitting each other at a
speed of 1.99999999999998c (both are moving towards each other at nearly the speed of light), and the result probable that sometimes the matter will
be so condensed (since it's forced into occupying the same space) that a black hole forms.
Mind you, as a micro-singularity, it lasts for millionths of a second before Hawking Radiation makes it evaporate. It doesn't consume any other atoms
in this time because the weak, strong, and electromagnetic forces at the atomic scale are magnifolds stronger than the puny gravitational force.