posted on May, 8 2006 @ 09:44 AM
Water droplets dont suck stars away...theoretically
They say the universe is expanding, & that galaxies push away from each other.
The steady state theory(a theory not accepted) states that the universe will xpand, then slowly start to come together again & the whole big-bang will
Now, I understand alot about astronomy, I understand that the more massive something is, the more gravitational pull it has.
that being said galaxies are a clutter of stars, each star having it's own gravitational pull. However, galaxies by themselves are quite massive. My
question, does a single galaxy have a gravitational pull?
If so, what causes them to push away, rather than pull into each other.
If 2 stars of equal gravitational force are placed side by side, what will happen?
If 2 stars, one have more gravitational pull than the other, were to be placed side by side, what do you think will happen?
Now, those questions are not directly related to the topic. It's just questions...to get you thinking.
Some people belive that black holes lead to other dimensions. Some people refuse to believe that. What happens to the matter that enters a black hole?
Does the matter just accumulate until something starts to form? Where does the matter go?
It is believed that, like black holes, there are forces called "White Holes" that, instead of pulling matter into in, they repel matter. Is it
possible for 2 "White Holes" to merge? What is at the other end of a "White Hole"? What is behind a White Hole?
What is there behind a Black Hole?
If 2 black holes are going to collide, obviously one has more pull than the other.
The more dominant black hole may "sawallow"(for lack of a better word) the other. What happens to the other? Do they just "merge" & become one?
is it even possible that black holes have varying gravitational pull? If 2 black holes are facing each other, both possesing the same gravitational
pull & mass. Nothing will happen. If u place an object between them, the object will appear to stand still, because the force pulling the object will
be equal on on both sides of the object.
It's just some food for thought. Should I research it? Should you research it?
What evidence do we have? Other than some theories in physics. Do all theories hold true? Do all theories hold true, all the time?
[edit on 8-5-2006 by sdrawkcab]