Can a black hole be destroyed?
I'm going to jump in and perhaps contiversially answer this one.
They cannot be destroyed in the traditional sense, ie blown apart, melted, frozen or even annihilated with antimatter but they can 'die' and, indeed, must all eventually disappear. Black holes were once thought to emit nothing of any kind, hence the 'black' part of black holes but, recently, this has been proven false. To completely understand how, a little background on the vacuum of space is needed.
Like the black hole, recent theories have changed how we look at the vacuum. It is no longer considered a void of nothingness, it is a sea of particles that spring into existence in negative and positive pairs, exist for a tiny fraction of a second, then annihilate one another. They are called virtual particles and, despite throwing the nature of the universe almost on its head (and just about breaking the first law of thermodynamics), they have been proven to exist and are now a part of mainstream quantum physics.
Now, these particles exist as pairs of one positive energy particle, and one negative energy particle. They pop in, are attracted to each other, meet and annihiate. And everyone is happy; they could just about be ignored. But when they come into being near a black hole, it can grab the negative particle before it can destroy itself, pulling it into the event horizon from which there is no escape. The positive particle, counting its blessings and graduating from virtual particle to real particle, escapes the black hole as part of what we call Hawking radiation. And it gives the 'black' hole a healthy little glow.
But the negative particle isn't so lucky. the process is extremely complitcated but, with its partner gone and its destruction inside the black hole inevitable, the negative particle also becomes 'real' in a sense. And that sense is its ability to act upon the universe, specifically the black hole. Though there is virtually nothing that can affect a black hole, except to make it larger, the negative energy particle can and it strikes the singularity, disappearing and taking a tiny amount of energy with it.
In large black holes, this process is next to negligable. It would take far longer than the lifetime of the universe to destroy even a small black hole. But for the micro ones, this process can be much quicker, and if they can't find a constant stream of matter to replenish their lost energy they will quickly shrink and evaporate. Even in the large ones their fate is sealed; though it will take incredible peroids of time all black holes are destined to evaporate in this manner.
That is why I said it was possible to destroy a black hole. The trick is not to attack it, but rather to ignore it. You cant kill a black hole by shoving stuff in, you'lll just make it larger and stronger. But you can destroy a black hole by starving it and, if it was possible to artificially produce these negative energy particles, they might be an effective weapon against an object that was, until recently, thought impervious.
There is no known way to destroy a black hole.
Stephen Hawking beleives that Black holes will "evaporate" over time, losing mass until there is not enough gravity to maintain the black hole.
The object swallowed by the black hole is destroyed; its mass is added to the mass of the black hole.
(1) Such matter gets utterly destroyed. Even atoms will be destroyed. (2) The mass of any matter that falls into the black hole will increase the mass of the black hole.
When you are sucked into a black hole you'll get destroyed. The matter of your body will remain in the black hole.
No. Earth would be destroyed if a black hole came anywhere close to it.
Should Earth ever collide with a black hole, it would get destroyed.
Any matter that enters the black hole will be destroyed. Also, it will increase the black hole's size.
It would get completely destroyed. the mass of the black hole would increase.
Anything that falls into a black hole will be destroyed. Also, anything that falls into a black hole will increase the black hole's mass.
Anything that goes into a black hole is destroyed, gone something like that. Not even light can escape the expansive gravity of a black hole.
(a) The things get utterly destroyed, and (b) the mass stays in the black hole for a long, long time.
There is a theory that tells that when you fall in a black hole, you are not destroyed but you are "teleported" to a white hole. The wormhole is a inter-dimensional tunnel that connects a black hole to a white hole.
If a star fell into a black hole, as well as if any other matter fell into the black hole, it would be utterly destroyed. The matter would stay in the black hole, increasing its mass.
In that case, it will fall into the black hole and get destroyed in the process. The black hole's total mass will increase as a result.
A planet that falls into a black hole would get completely destroyed. Its mass would be added to the mass of the black hole.
It will be crushed and destroyed
They get destroyed. Also, they stay there. They get destroyed. Also, they stay there. They get destroyed. Also, they stay there. They get destroyed. Also, they stay there.
The planets and the moons near the black hole would get sucked in and destroyed instantly.
It won't pass through - it will stay in the center of the black hole, and get utterly destroyed in the process.
If there is a planet anywhere near a black hole, it will be pulled in and destroyed by the hole's intense gravational pull.
No, black holes essentially cannot be destroyed. A quasar is made by a supermassive black hole, and in the process of producing a quasar a black hole actually grows.
If you fall into a black hole, you will be utterly destroyed by the intense gravitational forces. Individual particles will eventually escape the black hole again, as Hawking radiation.
Anything that gets too close to the dark hole will fall into it, and be destroyed.
planets get destroyed if they get near the sun or it can be destroyed when a lazer beam shoots it and then a black hole or zombies will take control of the planet
Anything that comes in contact with a black hole - in other words, anything that gets too close - can fall into the black hole and get utterly destroyed. For example, it can destroy entire stars.
It will get destroyed. The mass will basically stay inside.
Yes the black hole can be destroyed. However, man-made objects cannot resist the gravity without getting sucked in. The only thing that can destroy a black hole is time in a process called Hawking Radiation in which the black hole evaporates over time. The smaller the black hole, the faster the process.
They get destroyed. Their matter becomes part of the black hole.
All the matter that collapsed into the black hole, as well as any matter that fell into the black hole after the initial collapse. The only distinguishable part of such matter is its mass - any structures of matter, even atoms, get destroyed.
When an object gets sucked into a black hole, it gets destroyed and is turned into energy at the center of the black hole. There are also some theories that suggest some black holes have a "white hole" at the other end of it and everything that gets sucked in gets spit out wherever the white hole is.
No. A black hole is a star that became so incredibly massive that it collapsed in on itself. The Bermuda Triangle is a place where ships disappear sometimes. If there were a black hole near Bermuda, it would have destroyed Earth long ago.
energy can not be created at any place (even in space) nor be destroyed. not even a black hole. all energy in universe is always remains constant, energy converted into one form to another. - by alok
IF you had a very fast spaceship, it would be possible to fly it toward the black hole - but the spaceship AND YOU would be destroyed long before the molecular goo of your body entered the black hole. So, no. You can't get there, and you wouldn't want to even if you could.
What will happen if you enter a black hole with the speed of light or th espeed greater than that as if you attain the spped of light your time will dilate and you will reach the past of that place?
If you enter a black hole, no matter what the speed, you will be sucked into the center of the black hole, and utterly destroyed.
Is there any black holes on Neptune there is rumor that there is mysterious hole on neotune but no one has gone into it but scientists can see tracks going into it but not coming out.?
No. If Neptune were to encounter a black hole, it would be destroyed.
There are no materials. All the mass in a black hole is contained in an infinitely dense singularity. Any characteristics that distinguish one form of matter from another are destroyed.
Everything except mass, momentum, angular momentum and electric charge. These are the only properties that survive when matter enters a black hole, according to the "No-hair theorem".
Will an observer falling into a black hole be able to witness all future events in the universe outside the black hole?
I don't think so. Such an observer will be utterly destroyed quite soon.
After a hyperdrive malfunction, it accidently flew into a black hole.
In that case, Earth would be utterly destroyed.
My Earth, as well as my Sun, would be completely destroyed if a black hole came through our Solar System. I'm not certain what would happen to YOUR Earth.
For a stellar black hole, yes. Mass cannot be created or destroyed. Generally a black hole will be less massive than the star from which it formed, as much of the star's mass gets blasted when the star dies in a supernova. A black hole can gain mass over time as matter falls into it.
There is no way you can *quickly* destroy a *large* black hole. However, it is believed that black holes will gradually evaporate, via the emission of Hawking radiation. The radiation, in this case, will simply go out into space.
You would not; you wouldn't survive the tidal forces as you came near the black hole. Your atoms would fall into the event horizon, but your molecules would be destroyed before then.
That really depends how close, and how big the black hole is. In many respects, the situation is the same as if an object approaches another mass, that doesn't happen to be a black hole. In many cases, an object that gets close to a black hole would get faster and faster as it approaches, but if it doesn't hit the black hole (the event horizon) head-on, it would have enough momentum to escape the… Read More
You would get utterly destroyed. Not even atoms remain in such a case.
well, i am a child but this is so easy 4 me! matter gets crushed and destroyed when it enters a black hole.any thing that enters a black whole never gets out. matter also gets stretched out when it enters a black hole.
A Black Hole is not actually a hole in space and time, as some believe. It is in fact a planet with such a gravitational pull that it actually implodes in on itself. (Opposite of explode) Things that get pulled into these are destroyed and become part of the mass of the planet (Black Hole) So when things go "into a black hole" they go into or on the planet. ANS2: A black hole is… Read More
People know what black holes can do because of the aftermath. Stars and planets have been completely destroyed.
In the unlikely event that that happens, (1) Earth would be destroyed; (2) the black hole's mass would increase.
well Hawkings theorize that if a piece of information is pulled into a black hole, that bit of information will be destroyed. , but that theory is false.... if you were you to put information into a black hole, you would only distort it not eliminate it. so basically you can understand that parts of our universe is distorted due to the scrambling of the black hole's activity.