posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 07:07 PM
You will never find out exactly what happens to things that go into black holes by studying what they look like from earth. Sad but true. As far as we
can tell nothing ever ever ever comes out of one, gravity is so strong not even light can escape them. Thats why theyre black. we can only detect them
by seeing whats getting sucked in. So what if theres a bunch of blackholes out there that gobbled up everything near them, and are just so far out in
the middle of nowhere that they cant eat much of anything? Such a blackhole could be pretty close to our solar system, close for astronomical
distances atleast. They probably still emit hawking radiation but whose to sat we would detect and recognize it? And how do they emit hawking
radiation if gravity is so strong in them?
The day that we accidently lose an unmanned craft into a blackhole we didnt see will be a great day. Infact, itll probably be done intentionally one
day.....scientists love blowing expensive things up for science....
I have a feeling the official story is essentially the truth. You fall into a blackhole and you get ripped apart subatomic particle by subatomic
particle and assimilated into the singularity.
However, the physics of simply being near the singularity are very interesting. I believe john titors time machine physics might be true. Even though
he was a fake.
edit on 29-8-2012 by phroziac because: (no reason given)