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  1. #1 Blackhole theory (wolvern) 
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    Theory of black holes,
    What if a black hole isn't a hole in which everything becomes destroyed including time (maybe it could be due to the way in which the hole transports matter)

    What if the black hole was a tunnel that has a mass on the other side of it with a gravitational pull? Could these holes be feeding off more and more mass because it is growing larger on the other side? That the black hole becomes bigger over time? Wouldn’t it be somewhat simple to contain the end point and just blow it up? Where the gravitational pull is somewhat less amplified, the black hole itself might amplify mass like a siphon to water allowing the end that is higher to drain into the lower endpoint due to gravity. Other than that if we had some sort of shield technology wouldn't we be able to use the black hole to power (vacuum generator) a shield indefinitely that could stop other matter from entering the hole or even use the power it generates to shrink the field until the hole collapses on itself?

    I know that this theory is not valid until proven but i also raise the question that gravitational readings are incorrect due to calculations not taken into effect of the sun or moon during their phases. This would mean that over the course of day and night that the terminal velocity of a falling person or object would change over the course of the entire day.


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    A neutron star can have an escape velocity of 2/3 light speed so a black hole is not really that much more. More than 2/3 c and neutrons break down. I would think protons break down too. But there is no evidence that fundamental particles like electrons, quarks, etc break down. It would be more sensible to have a sphere of fundamental particles spinning at almost light speed inside a black hole, which is why we have detected very large black holes spinning at almost light speed.

    The gravity of a black hole could be used a bit like a waterfall in that it's gravity does hard work on any matter by trying to suck it in. If we stop matter falling in, we could use that energy in another form to do useful work. It's spin could be utilised too, to do work for us. We have detected a black hole of several solar masses with a stable orbital point just one hundred miles away from it. We could harness very energetic particles from the BH too as well as the huge magnetic fields.

    If an object on Earth is falling, then the Moon would also have the very slightest effect on it, wherever it is in it's orbit around the Earth, remembering that the Moon's gravity is sufficient to cause tides on Earth.


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    Well if you wanted me to take this off all you had to do ask nicely

    your wish is my command let me say it like this E=MC2 can't tell to take that off, HA
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    it's taken down, no problem
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