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Originally posted by Yarium
So, today in the shower (the true source of inspiration for all of life's mysteries), I was thinking about Black Holes. I don't know why, I just was.
And I got to thinking about how black holes would interact with each other should they begin to orbit each other.
Given a close enough orbit, or large enough black hole, the center of gravity could actually have a stronger net strength than the escape velocity of light. But how would this change things?
It's an odd idea. On the one hand, this is just an apparent center, this is a point which both orbit (which is like two objects circling a stronger 3rd) - but that point has no mass. If that center point has a strength greater than light, then what happens?
Originally posted by levis 501
you'll go through time said my science teacher in grade 8