What happens at the end of a black hole?

What happens at the end of a black hole?

The resulting uninhabitable black hole would have such a powerful gravitational pull that not even light could avoid it. According to Massey, tidal forces would reduce your body into strands of atoms (or ‘spaghettification’, as it is also known) and the object would eventually end up crushed at the singularity.

What happens when a black hole reaches Earth?

What would happen, hypothetically, if a black hole appeared out of nowhere next to Earth? The edge of the Earth closest to the black hole would feel a much stronger force than the far side. As such, the doom of the entire planet would be at hand. We would be pulled apart.

What’s beyond a black hole?

First, beyond the event horizon (the boundary of every black hole, where once you fall in you can’t get out) lies something called an inner horizon, a region of intense quantum energies. Beyond that is a wormhole, a bridge to a white hole in some other lonely section of the universe (at least, according mathematics).

What exactly happens inside a black hole?

It’s well-known that a black hole absorbs everything that enters its event horizon , to the extent that even light cannot escape it. Less well-known is where those doomed particles end up. One theory is that whatever ends up inside of a black hole comes out at its other end, which is a white hole.

What happens to the stuff that goes into a black hole?

When the matter near the black hole begins to fall into the black hole, it will be compressed to a very high density that will cause it to be heated to very high temperatures. These high temperatures will cause gamma rays, X-rays, and other radiation to heat up the other matter falling in to the black hole.

Do we know what happens inside of black holes?

Black holes are regions of space so dense that nothing, not even light, can escape. Our hypothesis is that the inside of a black hole – it may not be there . Probably that’s the end of space itself. There’s no inside at all. There’s a long-standing view about what would happen if you fell into one of these holes.

What is so special about black holes?

Black holes are extremely dense pockets of matter, objects of such incredible mass and miniscule volume that they drastically warp the fabric of space-time. Anything that passes too close, from a wandering star to a photon of light, gets captured.

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