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30th Oct, 2004 - 12:28am / Post ID: #

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THey didn't actually try it so they don't know if it works, but they have an idea of how to create one. Here's a link.



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Post Date: 31st Jul, 2005 - 3:21am / Post ID: #

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The one problem in creating an artifical black hole is that where would you put it. There isn't anywhere near earth that would be safe. As if that isn't bad enough we already have a black hole about 3.5 light yrs aways, that's literally sitting on our door step. I wouldn't feel comfortable have you within the earth's atmosphere.

Post Date: 31st Jul, 2005 - 6:16pm / Post ID: #

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I find it very odd that no one has mentioned that black holes are created when a star much larger than our own sun dies, black holes do not just appear out of no where there is scientific reason as to why they are there: *Gigantic* stars collapsing under there own weight.

Personally, I believe there is no way anyone could make this so called miniature black hole as there is nothing dense/large enough to be compatible and if it was, how on earth would they ever create it or maintain it. Stick with a vaccum cleaner.

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Post Date: 1st Aug, 2005 - 3:59am / Post ID: #

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I agree, I don't think that the creation of a black hole is even possible. Problem is that the gravity of a black hole would be greater than our earth, and thus everything would gravitate towards it. Intensity of gravity is not limited by size, so a small black hole would still cause the same void with phenomenal gravity as a large black whole. If it cannot suck light it, then it isn't really a black hole. The best we can do is study string theorem. Its incredibly intense and very theoretical in nature.

2nd Aug, 2005 - 11:15pm / Post ID: #

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:shocked: Could black holes be something more sinister, where only a handful of people will ever make it and by the grace of god that we wont be one of them.



2nd Aug, 2005 - 11:32pm / Post ID: #

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I am not sure what you mean by that Shestalou, if you are using the word 'sinister' from a religious standpoint then you may wish to consult one of the Boards of Religion for that.

Further to this topic here is one site dealing with the subject and the great thing about it is that the page answers some of the most frequently asked questions. Here is one sample:

What is the best evidence for the existence of a black hole? Is it all really just a theory or is there real information that can't be explained any other way?
Astronomers have found a half-dozen or so binary star systems (two stars orbiting each other) where one of the stars is invisible, yet must be there since it pulls with enough gravitational force on the other visible star to make that star orbit around their common center of gravity AND the mass of the invisible star is considerably greater than 3 to 5 solar masses. Therefore these invisible stars are thought to be good candidate black holes. There is also evidence that supermassive black holes (about 1 billion solar masses) exist at the centers of many galaxies and quasars. In this latter case other explanations of the output of energy by quasars are not as good as the explanation using a supermassive black hole. (You see, when matter falls in a gravitational field, its speed and therefore energy, increases. If lots of matter is falling in at the same time, and swirling around the black hole in a disk resembling a traffic jam in a cul-de-sac, then friction between the various pieces of matter will turn much of that speed-energy picked up during the fall into heat, which than gets radiated away. In this way, the matter surrounding a supermassive black hole can radiate more energy per gram of fuel than can be released by any other mechanism we know, including nuclear fusion.)
Ref. https://www.phys.vt.edu/~jhs/faq/blackholes.html#q2

That question was asked by PLM, 8th grade, Blacksburg Middle School, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA. 1995



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Post Date: 24th Aug, 2008 - 6:06pm / Post ID: #

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Black hole star mystery 'solved'

Astronomers shed light on how stars can form around a massive black hole, defying conventional wisdom.
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Post Date: 11th Dec, 2008 - 11:12am / Post ID: #

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Black hole confirmed in Milky Way

There is a giant black hole at the centre of our galaxy, a study by German astronomers has confirmed.
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