posted on Jul, 15 2006 @ 05:51 PM
If we were in a hole we would not know time, and the worlds around us would stand still, the chances of life existing in a black hole is slim,
your theory is very good indeed, but the reality of a black hole around us could not true, especially when we see them everyday in space.
From the point of view of something in the event horizon, time still passes. From outside, it does not.
A black hole doesn't have to have a point mass at the center.
I'm not sure that black holes can't exist inside black holes, either...stand by...
Ha! I'm not alone in my theory! Mwa ha ha ha! I are a geenyus!!!11!!
www.space.com...
"Some Schwarzschild Radii
We can calculate the Schwarzschild radius for the mass of the Earth: it works out to be about one-third of an inch. What this means is that if we
could compact the Earth so that its radius gets down to one-third of an inch, the gravitational attraction becomes strong enough that the Earth gets
crushed out of existence, creating a black hole.
The comparable figure for the mass of the Sun is about 1.1 kilometers.
For a mass of 2.5 x 1053 kg, i.e. a 2 and a 5 followed by 52 zeroes kg, the Schwarzschild radius is about 17 billion light years. This huge mass is an
estimate for the total mass of the universe. Also, given that the age of the universe is 15 billion years or so, 17 billion light years is awfully
close to the size of the universe. Does this mean that the universe itself is a black hole?
It turns out that this question is the same as asking: is the universe closed. If the universe is closed, then it is fairly accurate to say that it is
a black hole."...
www.upscale.utoronto.ca...
www.mathpages.com... this one will give you a headache
www.sciencedaily.com...
www.math.ucr.edu... this guy says no
answers.google.com...
Hm. Welcome to Black Hole Tom. Enjoy your stay....for eternity.