Thursday, May 12, 2011

The Black Hole

A black hole is a centralization of mass terrific enough that the power of gravity anticipates anything from getting away it with the exception of through quantum tunnelling behaviour (reputed to be Hawking Radiation).


The gravitational field is so unyielding that the departure velocity close it surpasses the speed of light.

This suggests that nothing, not even light, can departure its gravity.

This composes this item imperceptible to the rest of the universe, subsequently the saying "black".


8 comments:

phosports said...

imagine seeing one in real life, how cool would it look

Uoyonss said...

sounds cool

KillerKun said...

Actually you would "not see it" :D

mindph said...

You can see them.. indirect. Mass shines bright before it falls into the hole.

SaysMichael said...

Who says you can't learn something from blogs. I had no idea what a black hole was.

Burn Paradox said...

Nice, Did you know there is strong evidence of a black hole of more than 4 million solar masses at the center of our Milky Way.

mindph said...

Black Holes are creepy guys and we probably will never find out how it looks behind the curtain of gravity

rubberband said...

But we do know how to make one. So please tell people to not, not in any case, divide by zero. :D

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