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Date: 01/09/09 09:10 AM

91 Responses to A Black Hole In Action

  1. Profile photo of Nic_Gaybot
    Nic_Gaybot Female 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 9:38 am
    Link: A Black Hole In Action - A real black hole in space, perverts. Leave your anus jokes at the door.
  2. Profile photo of Dradan659
    Dradan659 Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 9:50 am
    a black hoe in action? wat?

    oh black hole

  3. Profile photo of philippic
    philippic Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 9:53 am
    is that actual real footage or is it sum type of CGI or effects?
  4. Profile photo of Purey
    Purey Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 9:53 am
    Now I`m not an astro-physicist, but that didn`t resemble what I assumed a black hole to be
  5. Profile photo of gojamesgo
    gojamesgo Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 9:55 am
    yeah, can someone explain what`s going on? just looks like a lame music video.
  6. Profile photo of Halagad
    Halagad Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 10:02 am
    CGI for sure, a black hole has never been observed and will never be observed until space travel is possible. A real black hole has never actually been "seen" only speculated by how light and matter moves around a certain area in space. It has yet to be proven rather black holes actually exist or not. Nice render but black holes are not that big and matter wouldn`t swirl around the entire thing like that it would go around the hole sort of like the rings around Saturn.
  7. Profile photo of Pooptart19
    Pooptart19 Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 10:09 am
    Halagad is right. You can`t literally "see" a black hole. Its gravitational force is so strong that even light can`t escape it. A real black hole would appear to just be a black spot in space from every angle because any light close enough is pulled in.
  8. Profile photo of i-am-horny
    i-am-horny Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 10:09 am
    ROFL
    people should know this isnt real... theres no music in space
  9. Profile photo of i-am-horny
    i-am-horny Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 10:10 am
    No but seriously this is CGI
    the black hole wouldent be spewing out matter, all in no out
  10. Profile photo of 1williamsg
    1williamsg Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 10:11 am
    at the moment we have only one way of studying a black hole
    you need a black hole with a sister star which are rotating around each other the black hole slowly sucks in it`s sister star in a spiral which allows us to measure the strength and size of the black hole depending on the size of the spiral
    understandably it`s a rare ocourance so we still don`t have much data on black holes

    the video was interesting tho

  11. Profile photo of quack_stud
    quack_stud Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 10:16 am
    I think this is one of those windows media player visualisation things how it changes with the music. You can`t tell at first but later it starts reacting more but with a little lag
  12. Profile photo of LoofahBoy
    LoofahBoy Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 10:23 am
    I would so love to have this as my screensaver.

    "people should know this isnt real... theres no music in space"

    Rofl

  13. Profile photo of danagamer
    danagamer Male 30-39
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    January 9, 2009 at 10:25 am
    why wasn`t the camera man sucked in?
  14. Profile photo of charlie026
    charlie026 Female 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 10:28 am
    hmm?
  15. Profile photo of nokirarr
    nokirarr Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 10:42 am
    Uhm... This may be what a real black hole looks like, but it isn`t a real black hole. Looks like someone playing with a particle editor in a 3d application.
  16. Profile photo of Quackor
    Quackor Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 10:45 am
    wow, a REAL animation of what our theorists think a black hole is! so amazing. idiot.
  17. Profile photo of The-Sentinel
    The-Sentinel Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 10:59 am
    interesting animation but it get`s boring quick =/

    why do people have to be such idiots when there are science things submitted :S

  18. Profile photo of Tonyjet
    Tonyjet Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 11:00 am
    actually it does expel matter, or should i say anti matter
  19. Profile photo of Ravster
    Ravster Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 11:01 am
    well that was boring this syt was ment to make you less bored come on fancylad what are you doing these days. Plus wheres all the stuff getting sucked in to it.
  20. Profile photo of jdjd5883
    jdjd5883 Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 11:01 am
    im not sure that`s what a black hole looks like, i was expecting something more sucky, but still cool.
  21. Profile photo of glovey
    glovey Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 11:20 am
    hmmm. its not really real is it now...
  22. Profile photo of s0rd3dvis1on
    s0rd3dvis1on Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 11:45 am
    Seeming as a black holes gravity bends light towards it it is kinda hard to look at. This is a rendering of a 360 degree view.
  23. Profile photo of evanking
    evanking Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 11:47 am
    OR SHOULD I SAY ANTI MATTER
  24. Profile photo of B-b-beccah
    B-b-beccah Female 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 11:59 am
    I am suddenly very aware of my own mortality.
  25. Profile photo of Nidonemo
    Nidonemo Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 12:10 pm
    It`s beautiful. I kept expecting it to collapse and become a swirling vortex, sucking in every speck of light.
  26. Profile photo of Boredx12
    Boredx12 Female 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 12:12 pm
    It`s so beautiful...
    whether it`s real or not
  27. Profile photo of Kleio
    Kleio Female 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 12:19 pm
    Wow. It sometimes amazes me that destructive things can be so beautiful. First it`s fire, and now black holes. Amazing.
  28. Profile photo of Kaagan
    Kaagan Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 1:10 pm
    thats not real, we`re unable to see black holes as in not even light can escape from it so there for completely invisible. and if we could see black holes, we`ll have to use x-ray (the same way we view anti matter) and x-ray do not display in color.
  29. Profile photo of DarthJay
    DarthJay Male 30-39
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    January 9, 2009 at 1:15 pm
    It can`t be a black-hole...I didn`t see this guy anywhere!


  30. Profile photo of speedy_3909
    speedy_3909 Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 1:52 pm
    Psh my hole is bigger than that.
  31. Profile photo of gotoday
    gotoday Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 2:01 pm
    well that was pretty.

    i wouldnt have called it "Black Hole" though.

    more like. "Fireball with dark center emits light and fire."

    ._.

  32. Profile photo of Sociophobic
    Sociophobic Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 2:03 pm
    It is cool, although it defies the laws of physics to see it.
  33. Profile photo of yofuzzy
    yofuzzy Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 2:18 pm
    yeah not a black hole, stuff comes out of a black hole, not go in. and kaagan, xrays arent going to penetrate anything as dense as a black hole, so all wed see is a big circle where the film isnt developed, which is pretty much what wed see if we looked at them anyways
  34. Profile photo of Dr_Sexy
    Dr_Sexy Male 30-39
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    January 9, 2009 at 2:26 pm
    http://www.i-am-bored.com/bored_link.cfm...
  35. Profile photo of pick_me
    pick_me Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 2:27 pm
    thats just Oprah`s gravitational field.
  36. Profile photo of Grumpdock
    Grumpdock Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 2:28 pm
    More iTunes visualizer then black hole.

    -1

  37. Profile photo of Junq
    Junq Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 2:44 pm
    I think yofuzzy is sippin on cleaning products? Since when did black holes spit poo out?
  38. Profile photo of CharlieA
    CharlieA Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 2:47 pm
    poo can escape a black hole? I`m confused.
  39. Profile photo of perfectdark
    perfectdark Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 2:56 pm
    NO.
    Stop with the drating poo jokes, dickheads.
  40. Profile photo of gildron
    gildron Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 3:12 pm
    ... People are so thick! Of course you cannot see a black whole with your naked eye, but that doesn`t mean that our scientists don`t have a pretty educated guess as to how they perform and such, which would allow them to create such a render to demonstrate what it would look like if we could view it.
  41. Profile photo of Poreka
    Poreka Female 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 3:14 pm
    But Black Holes don`t spit stuff out.
  42. Profile photo of outfire
    outfire Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 3:15 pm
    I don`t know if it is real, but i think that you can see matter orbiting a black hole before it passes the event horizon. If it`s not just an I Tunes music visualizer, that`s what that glowy junk it is. Also, it can`t possible be actual footage. We don`t have any footage of a black hole. The only reason we know that they exist is because we can see the objects orbiting them. If it`s real, it`s a computer simulation.
  43. Profile photo of outfire
    outfire Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 3:16 pm
    I don`t know if it is real, but i think that you can see matter orbiting a black hole before it passes the event horizon. If it`s not just an I Tunes music visualizer, that`s what that glowy junk it is. Also, it can`t possible be actual footage. We don`t have any footage of a black hole. The only reason we know that they exist is because we can see the objects orbiting them. If it`s real, it`s a computer simulation.
  44. Profile photo of Barbarossa69
    Barbarossa69 Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 3:20 pm
    Its from a site that has a bunch of particle based renders and poo... just click on the other videos at the end... drattards -_-
  45. Profile photo of Cmstamega
    Cmstamega Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 3:33 pm
    @ gildron:
    People are so thick! They cant even spell `hole` correctly, even though is is written 3 times on the page !
  46. Profile photo of SabreTigre
    SabreTigre Female 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 4:09 pm
    Is this a black hole passing in front of a sun?
    Because I know that when a micro black hole goes in front of a sun, it can really distort the sun and make it look weird...
  47. Profile photo of littlepete50
    littlepete50 Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 4:16 pm
    But surely black holes are invisible. Their gravitational pull is enough to pull in light, so therefore we wouldn`t see any of that stuff surely? Unless it just false colour of detected particles :).
  48. Profile photo of SilverThread
    SilverThread Male 30-39
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    January 9, 2009 at 4:21 pm
    It`s an edited video kids. The reason it`s called a black hole is because everything is drawn back to it, even light. A better visualization fo a true black hole is available here.
  49. Profile photo of Boredered
    Boredered Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 4:31 pm
    lmfao what kind of bs is that, its just bs black holes are invisible
  50. Profile photo of PhuxPro
    PhuxPro Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 4:53 pm
    You can`t see it when the stuff passes the event horizon. You can see the light and stuff before it passes though.
  51. Profile photo of opiebreath
    opiebreath Female 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 5:05 pm
    Event Horizon is the most awesome term ever.
  52. Profile photo of britt566
    britt566 Female 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 5:18 pm
    It`s an edited video kids. The reason it`s called a black hole is because everything is drawn back to it, even light. A better visualization fo a true black hole is available here.
    -------------------------------

    That was really boring.

  53. Profile photo of Kane132
    Kane132 Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 5:23 pm
    I`d love to penetrate that hole
  54. Profile photo of Cefca
    Cefca Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 6:00 pm
    I think this video is fake. I learned in physics that black holes do not have any greater gravity than what it was before... That is until you cross the event horizon. The equation for the force of gravity is:
    Fg = (G*m1*m2)/r^2.
    Since the radius increases, the gravity actually gets weaker until you cross the event horizon. By the way, the event horizon is extremely close to the black hole itself. A black hole will not just start sucking the entire universe into it (contrary to popular belief). Something has to pretty much collide with it for it to suck it in. If the sun were to turn into a black hole right now, the earth would keep orbiting it as if it were still the sun.
  55. Profile photo of Cefca
    Cefca Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 6:02 pm
    I bet everyone is surprised that ignorant old cefca knew that much about black holes.
  56. Profile photo of cjap2011
    cjap2011 Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 6:24 pm
    "Since the radius increases, the gravity actually gets weaker until you cross the event horizon."

    In that equation, r is not radius - It is the distance between the two different objects. And a black hole does nothing but merely suck in more mass, thus increasing its own mass. That would eventually suck in whatever the second object is, caling r to become SMALLER, dividing the gravitational pull to become larger.

    I don`t really believe in black holes though. Because if they really did exist, eventually everything would get sucked into them. Why is earth still here after millions of years? o_O

  57. Profile photo of horsie
    horsie Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 7:44 pm
    it looks to unreal, not saying fake though cus i dont know if it is but it reacts to much in accord with the music.
  58. Profile photo of Smiley-Guy
    Smiley-Guy Male 13-17
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    January 9, 2009 at 8:08 pm
    Cjap2011, cause the earth has only been here for about 15,000 years. oh wow it makes sense now :/
    (nobody hag me about this)
  59. Profile photo of Zeckal
    Zeckal Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 8:45 pm
    How is this "thing" a black hole at all?
    All i see is a black circle with bright dots flying around it

    to Cefca
    Gravity has to increase somehow,
    The only proof I can give is the best visual example we have of a black hole,
    its in a Binary star system (two stars orbiting each other)
    When one finally becomes a black hole, it will start pull the gas out of the other, this is how we know that the gas will form a disk around the black hole as it is being pulled in.
    Remember Black holes are the Thorn in scientists side`s we really don`t know much about them except they hare dense, and they emit x-rays.
    So who knows, Black holes might have an entirely different set of gravitational rules to them.

    Ether way, we will all die before that when the sun expands into a red giant, Mercury, Venus, and Earth will be vaporised, Mars will become a ba

  60. Profile photo of airsofter1
    airsofter1 Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 9:51 pm
    i like how everyone becomes a genius
  61. Profile photo of bahumatneo
    bahumatneo Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 9:59 pm
    This makes no sense to me. Light would travel in a straight line and relay back at a slower intervals until it reached the event horizon where it would look like a still picture until it faded forever. unless this animation represents gamma radiation or dark matter, i don`t see how the oscillating particles would apply to an object with such a gravitational density.
  62. Profile photo of bahumatneo
    bahumatneo Male 18-29
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    January 9, 2009 at 10:07 pm
    unless the light particles had something to bounce off of, like an astronaut or shuttle or a piece of sheet metal for that matter, but the oscillating particles are around the whole mass. If that much energy was given off we would be able to detect black holes easily.
  63. Profile photo of Negative_One
    Negative_One Male 30-39
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    January 9, 2009 at 10:58 pm
    Black hols in action, I own that movie, or is that Black holes in action 2?
  64. Profile photo of Jagjamin
    Jagjamin Male 18-29
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    January 10, 2009 at 12:07 am
    So no-one knows what a Black Hole is?
    Guys, they DO spew out matter, Relativistic jets, or "Gas Jets"
    Plasma is a form of matter, it sends out quite a lot of it too. Theorized that it`s how almost all the heavy elements in the galaxy were made.
  65. Profile photo of JMoney100
    JMoney100 Male 18-29
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    January 10, 2009 at 12:08 am
    do black holes even have rotational velocity? looked like a black hole sun, woontcha come, lol idk why i thought of that...
  66. Profile photo of Jagjamin
    Jagjamin Male 18-29
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    January 10, 2009 at 12:09 am
    Also, particles that haven`t reached the event horizon, are still moving around and bouncing off each other, they can reach escape velocity, it`s just unlikely for a particular particle to, for a particle to, it is fairly likely.
  67. Profile photo of Jagjamin
    Jagjamin Male 18-29
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    January 10, 2009 at 12:11 am
    "do black holes even have rotational velocity? looked like a black hole sun, woontcha come, lol idk why i thought of that..."

    Depends, is it a rotating black hole, or a non-rotational black hole? I guess a rotating one, would have to, by nature, rotate at a very real speed.

  68. Profile photo of Jagjamin
    Jagjamin Male 18-29
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    January 10, 2009 at 12:51 am
    Having now actually seen the video, yeah, that`s not what it would look like. The singularity is always either a point, or a line. I understand the spinning was rotating the camera, but it would look considerably different as you went around it. I call fail :(
  69. Profile photo of vicious_liar
    vicious_liar Male 13-17
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    January 10, 2009 at 1:33 am
    How is this video even possible? The gravity a black hole has will prevent anything from leaving it, INCLUDING LIGHT ITSELF. So even if it where to "spew out" plasma, we wouldn`t even be able to see it. I call fail as well.
  70. Profile photo of FireEmerald
    FireEmerald Male 13-17
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    January 10, 2009 at 4:14 am
    Call animation, hardly probable though yes?
  71. Profile photo of Apple_18
    Apple_18 Female 18-29
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    January 10, 2009 at 6:24 am
    i dont understand what we are looking at here...
    i was thinking when i read the description there would be something getting gradually sucked into a black hole or something along those lines. i heard things look like they stretch when theyre getting sucked into a black hole. but idk. im no science major, but i dont think this looks like any description of a black hole ive ever heard.

    it looks more like an animation, of like some kind of a star or something, just kinda..being a star. flailing around and stuffs. O.o

  72. Profile photo of Robert_D
    Robert_D Male 18-29
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    January 10, 2009 at 6:47 am
    Hopefully everyone will now go through wikipedia to read up on black holes and whether or not we can "see" them.
  73. Profile photo of Cefca
    Cefca Male 13-17
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    January 10, 2009 at 9:03 am
    Yes I know r stands for the distance between them. I was just using faulty logic, thinking that r was measured from the surface, not the center. And yes, I still think this is fake. Going back to the point, if the sun turned into a black hole, it would not suck the solar system into it. In the equation Fg = Gm1m2/r^2, the mass of the sun does not change, it just gets denser. None of the other variables change either, so the earth (as well as the other planets) would just keep orbiting it. The only way the mass of the black hole could get bigger, is if it absorbed something and the only way that would happen is if something gets on a collision course to hit it. Usually, only comets and asteroids will collide with celestial bodies, so the mass will only increase by miniscule amounts (compared to its total mass). In conclusion, black holes emit hawking radiation, and if it doesn`t absorb anything, they disappear.
  74. Profile photo of icfire504
    icfire504 Male 13-17
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    January 10, 2009 at 10:22 am
    Im no expert, but i don`t think that this is a black hole yet. I think this is what is called a red giant which is a star that is collapsing and will make a black hole. And i dont think we can see black holes we just have ways of calculating where they are.
  75. Profile photo of shwm19
    shwm19 Male 18-29
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    January 10, 2009 at 10:45 am
    i do not think this is a black hole i think this sar is just collappsing, the reason i say this is because due to the fact no light is showed in a black hbole, so in that thoery we cannont see a black hole except with a negative phote in withch case it would be black, no if we folow this theory even further we would not see the stars behind this and once they got close enough they would all together disapear. as ice fire said "Im no expert, but i don`t think that this is a black hole yet. I think this is what is called a red giant which is a star that is collapsing and will make a black hole. And i dont think we can see black holes we just have ways of calculating where they are." which i am in total agreement with. so ponder that every one.
  76. Profile photo of shaboinkin
    shaboinkin Male 18-29
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    January 10, 2009 at 11:35 am
    lawl!!

    "Black hole is an application made with Processing. I have been working on it for few last months.
    Making it I had to learn some OpenGL and remind my math backgrounds, but I hope it was worth it. At the beginning I wanted to create a dark sphere with dynamic glow. Using a OpenGL substractive blending and simple math transformation I created a resizing glow similar to cloud or nebula."
    http://blog.arsthanea.com/2009/01/05/bla...

    thats from the guy that made it.

  77. Profile photo of drummfreak
    drummfreak Male 13-17
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    January 10, 2009 at 12:49 pm
    you cant see black holes, but you can see the stars orbiting it and you cant see hawking radiation either because its not in the visible light spectrum (plus if we did see it we would be dead)and light can be shown by stars that are between us and the black hole because the light doesnt go near it, just straight to us
  78. Profile photo of Red5TheFinn
    Red5TheFinn Male 13-17
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    January 10, 2009 at 6:50 pm
    People don`t seem to realise that blackholes have an uncanny amount of gravity, you can`t see the hole, but you sure a hell can see the poo it`s gonna eat.
  79. Profile photo of o_stephen_o
    o_stephen_o Male 18-29
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    January 10, 2009 at 6:53 pm
    would make a good windows media player visual effect
  80. Profile photo of Syrup
    Syrup Female 13-17
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    January 10, 2009 at 8:41 pm
    where do stars go once they go in a black hole?
  81. Profile photo of Victory7
    Victory7 Male 18-29
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    January 10, 2009 at 10:58 pm
    People, black holes dont lead anywhere like portals. They crush matter into infintely small paritcles and eject the rest into space in the form of jets, which can reach light-years in length.
  82. Profile photo of Etlie
    Etlie Male 13-17
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    January 11, 2009 at 1:58 am
    how come you can see colour if black holes suck in all light around it?
  83. Profile photo of IceUck
    IceUck Male 40-49
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    January 11, 2009 at 2:26 am
    I call shenanigans. This looks suspiciously like a computer simulation (of something else). From what I`ve seen and read about black holes, the motion and speed are all wrong. Plus there`s no way we`d get such a detailed, sharp image. That thing`d have to be in the solar system for an image that good...
  84. Profile photo of IceUck
    IceUck Male 40-49
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    January 11, 2009 at 2:31 am
    For all the folks pointing out that you can`t see a black hole...

    No, you can`t see the black hole itself (whatever "it"--an infinitely small point of infinite density--is), but the matter that goes swirling into it gets hotter and hotter, and gives off all kinds of radiation before it passes into the event horizon.

    If the black hole is feeding on nearby stars or whatever, you probably *can* see the white hot shell of gas and dust around it.

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    Frogtango Male 13-17
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    January 11, 2009 at 4:37 am
    thats pretty amaze.
  86. Profile photo of Khronnus
    Khronnus Male 18-29
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    January 11, 2009 at 4:40 am
    IceUck I agree, this is almost certainly a computer simulation. Space isn`t 2D, you would see a star at least behing it. Not only that, the event Horizon is the point where nothing can escape, where the force pulled on mass is stronger than the speed of light and the only way to escape it is to impossibly go faster than the speed of light. So to see this matter/radiation going in and out and around means this isn`t even a good simulation.
  87. Profile photo of miasmaat
    miasmaat Female 18-29
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    January 11, 2009 at 4:42 am
    hey. read the comments people. its a computer simulation written by some (amateur) guy. this is NOT a black hole. its just called black hole.
  88. Profile photo of Smashking
    Smashking Male 18-29
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    January 11, 2009 at 9:39 am
    Not a true space black hole, but wonderful imagery nonetheless.
  89. Profile photo of spp
    spp Female 18-29
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    January 11, 2009 at 10:07 am
    I`ve been lied to. :(

    I hope someone changes the caption on this!

  90. Profile photo of Standards
    Standards Male 18-29
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    February 3, 2009 at 12:21 pm
    I didn`t think anything could escape the gravity of a black hole.
    Right?
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    gocribbs Male 18-29
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    October 25, 2010 at 4:21 pm
    you can`t see black holes. their gravity is too great for light to escape

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