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It would rip it to shreds like the rest of the universe.

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Can the black hole hurt you?

Of course it can! If you are to close, the Black hole will aspirate you. In the end, it will rip you appart.


Will you die if you get sucked in the black hole?

yes. The centrifugal forces of the black hole alone will rip you apart.


If the big bang did rip the universe why are'nt we being sucked in it like a black hole does?

Because it didn't rip the universe, obviously. The theory of black holes state that as a star collapses in on it's self all of it's matter is around the size of a baseball, all of the stars mass into that small of space rip's the very fabric of the universe forming a black hole. My question was if a black hole can rip the very fabric of the universe and it's only the mass of the star host then why did'nt the big bang if everything we have ever known or seen was the size of a baseball? Well, technically, the big bang has infinate mass, and since there was nothing really to compare it to, it was the size of everything, and nothing. If the big bang was a black hole, and if it ripped the universe, then the universe would have imploded upon itself before it was even created.


What is behind a black hole?

Theoretically a rip in the fabric of space


What are different ways of when the universe was created?

My theory is that the universe was created by the opposite of a black hole. A white hole if you will. That would mean that the universe, instead of being pulled in like a black hole, it would be pushed out. That explains the universe moving away from us. Scientists, you may be wondering how it would hold itself together? Well it wont. And it would rip a big circle in the center of the universe, therefore making the universe bagle shaped as steven hawking thinks. So it is foolproof. At the moment.

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Does a black hole rip you to shreds?

If you get very close to a black hole you will get spaghettified or in another words black hole will rip you to shreds because gravity of black hole is so immense that even light can't escaped from it .


Why would you die if you got sucked into a black hole?

Because of the force and energy. It would rip you apart.


Can the black hole hurt you?

Of course it can! If you are to close, the Black hole will aspirate you. In the end, it will rip you appart.


Does the black hole kill you?

Eventually, yes it would. The gravitational pull at the singularity would rip you apart and compress you into it.


Will you die if you get sucked in the black hole?

yes. The centrifugal forces of the black hole alone will rip you apart.


If the big bang did rip the universe why are'nt we being sucked in it like a black hole does?

Because it didn't rip the universe, obviously. The theory of black holes state that as a star collapses in on it's self all of it's matter is around the size of a baseball, all of the stars mass into that small of space rip's the very fabric of the universe forming a black hole. My question was if a black hole can rip the very fabric of the universe and it's only the mass of the star host then why did'nt the big bang if everything we have ever known or seen was the size of a baseball? Well, technically, the big bang has infinate mass, and since there was nothing really to compare it to, it was the size of everything, and nothing. If the big bang was a black hole, and if it ripped the universe, then the universe would have imploded upon itself before it was even created.


If a black hole rips the very fabric of the universe then why did'nt the big bang rip it as well Or did it?

a black hole is onlya colapsed nuetron star, not a rip in the universe you idiot. im only twelve and i know that. havent you heard of wikipedia, or google, or ask.com i mean seriously.


What is a black hole(space)?

Theoretically a rip in the fabric of space


What is behind a black hole?

Theoretically a rip in the fabric of space


Is a black hole strong enough to rip the Solar System?

YES


Why would you rip apart in a black hole?

Immense gravitational forces would cause large mass objects to be stretched and compacted as it nears the black hole. Whatever is closer gets pulled in first, providing for unequal gravitational attraction.


Why is the black hole unique?

The black hole is unique because it is the only force in the unniverse to rip space time and break through the theory of relativity

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