posted on Apr, 10 2009 @ 12:37 AM
reply to post by thumbpick
Black Holes are only named that because of how they appear to us. Super hot gasses swirl around at ultra-high speeds and glow brighter as they get
heated right before it succumbs to the massive gravity of the "black hole" which is, in reality, an extremely dense point of mass that retains so
much gravity that it attracts everything around it.
If you weigh 100 pounds on earth, you would weight 1/6 that on the moon because the moon has less mass, if i remember correctly. Because the material
in a black hole is victim to such high amounts of gravity, it is compressed beyond our comprehension and there is nothing that we know of, aside from
this radiation, that is able to escape the gravity of a black hole.
The other side of a black hole is the same as any other side. It leads only to a tiny point of hugely dense mass. You would be ripped apart on a
quantum level by the sheer gravity of the black hole before you ever got close enough to see anything.
I disagree that the universe was created by material that is/was coming out of the other side of a black hole, because it's not a tunnel and cannot
be traveled through.
It is possible, however, that our "universe" was created by a super massive black hole that got so dense it finally snapped. We see these reactions
when stars are born and also when they collapse into black holes, so there's no reason to suggest a black hole doesn't go through some type of
process or transition.