posted on May, 12 2013 @ 04:19 AM
reply to post by ANOK
Or you could explain that the force at which a sun collapses is so strong the recoil rips and strenches each individual atom apart and into its base
Now under normal circumstances. Say, an atomic bomb. Without the relative force holding it back and actively pulling it apart it becomes a transient
BOOM. Where as black holes. Pull everything apart much to violently to allow such force to expand. Even then, a lot of our weapons rely in chemical
reactions with Hydrogen and oxygen. Tho the theory is still sound and the same. If one were to create an explosion relative to the sun well. We would
have a black hole. And depending on how big it is, it may or may not be stable.
I believe black holes would require sufficent energy conversion in order to survive. Ex, sucking in mass ammounts of star dust and planets would do
the trick. Tho such a process would not exist would the collection of Mass and gravity reaching a critical point till it snaps.
Lucky for us we hardly have enough debris in our solar system being dragged into the sun. Realtive to what is needed for it to expand. We are pretty
lucky for how our sun was created with its planets. It is extremely unnatural. And allows a planet peace for quite some time without any major
cataclysms as well as spirituality when one takes into account the numbers and its reprisentations used throughout the cosmos of the milkyway within
our known constellations.