posted on Oct, 21 2008 @ 02:01 PM
Okay, so i've been a long time reader/lurker, but i've never really settled on a handle/actively posted, but i've been doing a lot of reading
lately about physics, the solar system/celestial bodies as well as articles by Hawking about black hole decay/hawking radiation and it's gotten my
mind going to the point where I kind of feel i could use a little input/braintstorming or at least verification of my thought processes.
firstly, with the breakthrough that is the discovery of hawking radiation/black hole decay, I did a little reading on the fundamental idealogies
behind astronomy and the basics on gravitational forces, and black holes in general.
the idea that i've been trying to wrap my head around is this:
Spacetime is essentially a fabric, all mass/matter that has gravitational force bends said fabric to draw other objects towards it. So, being
that a black hole/singularity is essentially an enormous mass in an immeasurably tiny area, thus the time/space leap by traversing the immeasurably
tiny area occupied by a black hole should be vast. ie: using some sort of anti-grav craft unnaffected by the incredible gravitational pull of the
black hole, moving past the area occupied by the black hole should, in theory jump forward or backward a vast amount of time, and cover a vast amount
of space, correct?
The idea that tiny singularities may be created through the massive amounts of energy created by collisions in the LHC in combination with reading An
article by Hawking dealing with Hawking radiation/singularity decay got me thinking...
If it were possible to stabilize a microsingularity, would it function the same way as a natural black hole. Meaning, would it, over time(a much
shorter time obviously than a natural black hole due to the immense difference in mass involved) perform the same function, essentially breaking all
matter taken in into it's most primal/basic form? ie: could we stabilize a micro singularity, inject it with hazordous materials - nuclear/biological
waste, etc - and have it eject the matter that entered in a more stable less dangerous form, preferably hydrogen, helium, lithium, or another basic
Thanks for any response, be it supportive or constructive criticism.