posted on Jul, 19 2008 @ 07:41 AM
If there is a super massive black hole in the center of the galaxy, then is it reasonable to assume the galaxy it self is really just part of the
If the mass of the galaxy is being held in rotation by the black hole, then as you get closer to the center time should be different than the rest of
the galaxy, and for those who are not in the galaxy and looking in from a distance away, time should also be faster perceptively for them than it is
to us being part of the spinning mass being sucked into the black hole.
I'm just wondering if it is like this, and if there is any science that would show that simply being part of the black hole in it self would suggest
a time difference from the rest of the Universe.