Ok. When something moves closer to the speed of light doesn't that object heavier? Apparently? I dont see how that is possible, I just think it would
gain energy....but apparently it becomes heavier. Now doesn't that mean that since it's becoming heavier, that that object is gaining more
Time starts slowing down as an object reaches the speed of light.... just like a black holes.... The more gravity something has the more time slows
down around it....
Now, Black holes with so much mass, gravity etc, are meant to be tiny, but they have millions worth of suns in them, etc Intense mass, intense
Now Gravity has been measured to move as fastas the speed of light. Basically, it takes 8 mins for the light from the sun to reach the Earth. Same as
teh suns gravity pull. If the sun suddenly didn't exist anymore, we wont notice anything for 8 mins....traveling around our disappeared sun for 8
whole mins until the last of it's gravital effects reached the earth, then we would move off in a straight line into space....
Now IF allt he mass in and gravity inthe universe was packed into a little ball the size of your hand....(related topic)
Then wouldn't that basically be the biggest black hole....since current black wholes are just tiny portions of the universe.... If the big bang black
hole exploded when all the mass and gravity in the universe was there....how come we dont see black holes which dont have nearly as much mass gravity
as the big bang black hole, explode?
BTW the explosion from any black hole would have to be faster than the speed of light, since moving faster thant eh speed of light...means moving
faster than the speed of gravity.....
But wouldn't something moving faster than the speed of light, gravity contain that much mass, gravity, that it forms it's own black hole?
Do you know what i'm saying?
[edit on 16-7-2004 by DaRAGE]