Does absolute vacuum exist as a black hole?
A vacuum and a black hole are two very different things.
No, a black hole contains a lot of matter and thus has a huge gravitational pull. Absolute vacuum doesn't exist anywhere we know of.
The temperature of a black hole is about one ten-millionth of a degree above absolute zero. Absolute zero is about -459.67 Fahrenheit.
yes. but the intense gravity is so strong it seems to bend time so slowly some people believe that there is no time in a black hole I WOULD JUST LIKE TO POINT OUT that time does exist in a black hole it is just extremely slow on another note if time did not exist in a black hole then a black hole would not suck things into it. so time does exist in a… Read More
After the black hole dies out, (see When do black holes die and/or How does a black hole get smaller) it will become just a vacuum.
Yes. Intermediate-mass black hole is a medium size black hole. Scientists have found stellar black holes and supermassive black holes but there is no prove that Intermediate-mass black type of black holes exist. My opinion is that they do exist because when a black hole is becoming a black hole supermassive black hole it will need to go though this stage of intermediate-mass black hole.
it is made out of absolute nothingness, so about black (blacker than black)
The condition for a black hole to exist is that there is a sufficiently large mass, in a sufficiently small volume.
No, the universe is mostly a vacuum but a black hole is (theoretically) when gravity goes wild and rips a hole in space and time
None at all. Black holes do exist. They have been observed.
We know nothing about the conditions within a black hole, but it seems unlikely that a black hole could exist within a black hole, or even if this concept would have any meaning at all.
Since whit holes only exist mathematically, a black hole could not pull in a white hole.
There is no evidence that white holes exist.
Nope! A black hole distorts gravity making it so intense. Oxygen cant exist there!
"Absolute magnitude" talks about the intensity of light radiating from a source. The black hole is black because no light radiates from it. So you'd have to say that its magnitude ... visual, absolute, intrinsic, or any other kind of magnitude ... is infinite. (Magnitude numbers are higher for dimmer sources.)
There is no weather in a black hole. Black holes exist in space. Scientists are not sure what conditions exist inside a black hole. We know that space and time are severely distorted, but beyond that we know little. Quantum mechanics and general relativity come into conflict.
No one discovered it. It is still not known for sure if a supermassive black hole does exist at the centre of our Galaxy.
Black holes, or singularties, apparently exist in different sizes.
It really has no effect because a vacuum people say that a vacuum is just like a black hole it is but it is basically it reflects light!
No non-fictional astronomical body know as black circle. If the question is meant to employ the term 'black hole' in space, what a black hole does is to exist.
No. A vacuum cleaner works by creating low air pressure inside of itself, which suck in air. That moving air can then carry small objects with it. Things sucked into a vacuum cleaner go to a bag or chamber that is then thrown out or emptied in the trash. A black hole is an object that has completely collapsed under the force of gravity. Objects near a black hole are not suck in; they fall… Read More
black holes The black hole we see is the Event Horizon. Its realy not a hole. Just a spherical region in space where matter ceases to exist.
They know because the effect the black hole has on other matter.
No one has directly observed a black hole, but many astronomers have made observations which support the theory that they exist.
It is not known whether there actually are white holes, or whether they might exist - and if they do, exactly what properties they would have. White holes are a possible solution to the equations of Relativity, but that doesn't mean they actually exist. The problem is that they are in a way the reverse of a black hole - nothing can get OUT OF a black hole, and nothing can get INTO white hole… Read More
Just the opposite. A black hole is the presence of matter with infinite or near-infinite density.
Astronomers believe that black holes exist in the center of every universe. They even think that there may be a black hole in the center of our galaxy, the Milky Way
Unfortunately black holes don't evaporate- they are a massive vacuum with a tremendous amount of gravitational force which can theoretically disassemble matter which then travels through the hole, and is reassembled (not necessarily in it's original form) at the other end of a black hole commonly called a white hole.
It's somewhere in the universe,maybe in a black hole or possibly on earth.
yes, if you are sucked into one you do not exist anymmore.
sadly from what i have seen it doesnt but i hope it does soon
black holes are real. and they do exist we find hundreds if not thousands every year. ill assume you already know what a black hole is Answer Black holes are theoretical constructs derived from relativity theory. We don't know that they exist all, and in fact some scientists have concluded that it would be impossible for a black hole to ever form in the first place (see related link).
they are quite opposite, a vacuum is a lack of any matter and a black hole is so much matter with such a great gravitational pull that light can't escape
depending on the size, stellar black hole , yes. Supermassive black holes, no, once you reach the singulaity you are outside of the universe, and you vanish, forever, you don't exist anymore.
Black holes do exist - they are just VERY difficult to detect.
Not much is really known about white holes... including the question whether they exist, or even can exist. The term "white" hole has simply been used in comparison with a "black hole", which is in some ways the opposite.
The temperature of a black hole is measured from the level of radiation coming from that black hole. The more radiation is given off by the black hole, the hotter it will be. If the black hole was the mass of our sun, the radiation given off by the black hole would only amount to about one ten-millionth of a degree above absolute zero (0K or -273.15°C). The more a black hole weighs, the less… Read More
Their singularitys,but still no one has found a white hole.They could exist in the far universe
After being stretched and compacted, your being ceases to exist.
Astronomers know because they have studied star patterns and placements and know when there has been a change between where there is a black hole and where there isn't one.
We do not believe that black holes exist inside the Earth. However, if the black holes were small enough, they would not be able to suck in large amounts of material, and would not grow quickly.
A lot would depend on the mass of the black hole. A black hole the mass of an asteroid (should any of that size exist) would probably enter the Solar System and get back out again, just like any comet. We might not even notice it. A black hole the mass of a star would probably cause a lot of disruption in the orbits of the planets. A lot would depend on the mass of… Read More
Exist. A black hole is a place where enough mass and energy have gathered that it now becomes a repository for anything that comes near - when a black hole is a certain size, it is permanent, will last until the universe dies. Things that are near enough to a black hole become a part of it.
because there is nothing to divide, it is in all absolute zero, a black hole, a compilation of nothing
there is a game just like that out now
no. white holes are actually an object predicted by scientists to exist on the other side of a black hole. it is predicted to spit out objects that entered a black hole.
White holes are very speculative; it is likely they don't even exist. ======================== True but general relativity does support its existence. Though it may sound science fiction singularity does prompt it to exist as an exit gate to the entry gate i.e. the black hole.
One difference is that we're pretty sure black holes actually exist. "Wormholes" in the cosmological sense are pure speculation bordering on fantasy.
For one, a black hole can hardly be observed directly (the Hawking radiation is expected to exist, but it would be way too weak). A quasar (related to material falling into the black hole) is one way the black hole can be observed.Also, the quasar can play quite an active role in the formation of a galaxy.
a Black Hole could not possibly exist within the atmosphere or the oceanic sphere- it would wipe out all sea and land life in its ( gravitational sphere). It just could not happen. This is a similar misplacement of facts with Air Pockets and aircraft near-accidents. actually these are updrafts or downdrafts- a partial vacuum in the atmosphere cannot occur- certainly not at low altitudes or- in the case of ships- at sea level- Black… Read More