posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 10:46 AM
I'm afraid you don't understand what would happen if an actual singularity were to find itself at our sun's core, what would really happen.
It would not turn our sun blue/white nor blue either. In order for the sun to turn those colors, it's surface temperatures must increase. The
temperature must at least double in order for the sun to turn blue/white, or it would have to increase over 6 times for it to be blue. That is why
those stars are those colors: their temperatures are much, much hotter than our sun.
Having a singularity in the middle of our sun would not increase the sun's temperature. It would make the opposite happen. The sun would begin to
cool and it's color would begin to deepen towards the red spectrum.
Our sun produces light and heat from nuclear fusion. Hydrogen is being fused together to create helium. That process releases a lot of heat and light.
With a singularity at the sun's core, that process would be interfered with, as the singularity would be removing the sun's fuel of hydrogen. The
hydrogen would be literally sucked into the singularity and because of that huge gravity well, it would not allow nuclear fusion of the hydrogen to
occur close to it.
This would cause other problems too. The sun is in a state of balance: it's constantly trying to blow up, but at the same time the massive amount of
hydrogen gas that makes it up is keeping it from exploding outward.
If you interfere with that balance, it would tip the sun one way or another. In this case, a singularity at the core removing fuel, would allow the
outer part of the sun to start crushing in on itself.
In other words, the sun would not be expanding due to a singularity at it's core, it would literally start to shrink.
The other problems with your speculation: Gravity and Orbital Mechanics.
We orbit the sun where we do, at the speed we do because of what the sun's mass is. If you add a singularity to the sun's core, it's mass will
increase by a LOT. If the sun's mass increases by a large amount, it would affect the orbits of every single planet and other objects within our
solar system. And the effect would not be a good thing, as it would start literally pulling us towards it.