No. A vortex is an area of a rotating liquid or gas. A black hole is an extremely powerful gravitational field created by a massive object that has collapsed to a single point. If a large amount of matter falls into a rotating black hole it can form a sort of vortex called an accretion disk.
Black holes are real. The other things you mention would appear mainly in fantasy, science fiction, or pseudoscience.
In his book, 'The Black Hole War' Leonard Susskind came up with a good visual example of a Black Hole. Constantly fill a bath tub with water while the plug is pulled out. The vortex in the water is as a black hole. If you could imagine bathtubs in every other dimension emptying out at the same plug hole you have created a black hole. He then adds fish. Read the book ... it's great, even if coming to the wrong conclusion at the end due to personal 'belief based' reasons.
a black vortex is a evil tornado like thing that holds the spectrobes enemy, the krawl.
There are no lines on a black hole; often a black hole is drawn having hyperbolic sides (like a vortex in your tub) because the forces of gravity are aligned so that the way objects and light have their trajectory changed by the black hole in that pattern. In actuality 99% of black holes look like nothing, a sphere of nothing. It's almost as if space gets "thicker" the closer you get to the black hole, until it's so thick, nothing moves and light never escapes. This point is called the event horizon.
The Milky Way is not a universe; it is a galaxy.And, whatever do you mean with "vortex"? Perhaps you are referring to the gigantic black holes that appear in the center of many galaxies? In this case, yes, our Milky Way has a supermassive black hole, with a mass estimated at 4 million times the mass of our Sun.
For breaker they can, but not for dark hole or lightning vortex, because those two do not 'target'.
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A vortex is a whirling, spiralling mass, whether liquid, gas or flames. Example of sentences would be:When you swirl your hand around and around in water, it creates a vortex.Within the huge tornado was a vortex of dust and debris.
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Yes, a black hole can believe it or not, eat another black hole.
A Schwarzschild black hole is a non-rotating black hole. The Kerr black hole is a rotating black hole. Since the latter is more complicated to describe, it was developed much later.A Schwarzschild black hole is a non-rotating black hole. The Kerr black hole is a rotating black hole. Since the latter is more complicated to describe, it was developed much later.A Schwarzschild black hole is a non-rotating black hole. The Kerr black hole is a rotating black hole. Since the latter is more complicated to describe, it was developed much later.A Schwarzschild black hole is a non-rotating black hole. The Kerr black hole is a rotating black hole. Since the latter is more complicated to describe, it was developed much later.
All forms of matter and particles in close proximity are sucked into the vortex, including light particles. Visually, it creates a spiral pattern of light.
There are two types of black holes. There is an ordinary black hole and there is a Kerr Black Hole.
you can't get out of an black hole
A black hole originated as a star, that is, the star converted to a black hole.
The material sucked in to a black hole becomes part of the black hole - that is, a black hole crushes matter to an nearly no size, at all.
If you fall into a black hole, you'll go into the black hole and nowhere else.
black hole got it's name because when look at a black hole, you only see black. also if you drop an item in the black hole the item is gone because there is a hole in there. so that's how black hole get's its name
What happens is one of 2 thinks one the black hole sucks the other black hole up or it makes a bigger black hole.
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never because the sky is black and there is no light to see into the hole therefor they call it a black black hole
Black hole is a location in space that possesses so much gravity, nothing can escape from its pull. Yes, Super massive black hole is the largest black hole.
The point inside a black hole is called the singularity. This is where all of the matter in a black hole is.
No. A black hole will remain a black hole. A neutron star is a remnant of a star not massive enough to become a black hole.