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What affect do miniature black holes have on earth?
May 18, 2012 7:17AM
It would depend on how far away it was and what size it was, lets say it was about 600 kilometers away from Earth and was about 200 kilometers in Diameter, we would probably be experiencing either massive weather differences and would be pulled out of orbit and even most likely sucked into the black hole!
(added by john) Black holes are objects whose gravity is so strong that even light cannot escape the gravitational pull. The powerful gravity is the result of extreme density. Imagine squeezing New York City into a teacup. That's the sort of density in a black hole.
Since light cannot escape from a black hole, we see nothing when we look at where we think a black hole exists. We suspect the existence of black holes when we see gravitational effects they cause