Apr 07, 2012 5:14 PM GMT
Black holes drag space, time, and gravity. They defy the laws of physics. Doesn't this mean Physics is wrong and all of our assumptions about the Universe would have to be re-explained?
theantijock saidhttp://www.tgdaily.com/space-features/49265-our-universe-may-be-inside-a-black-hole-says-physicistMorgan Freeman is one of my favorite narrators.
LeapHigher saidHopefully my PhD in astrophysics and research in cosmology makes my above statement credible.
paulflexes saidMorgan Freeman is one of my favorite narrators.
But having already watched that documentary, I can say that it does not answer the OP. It does shed some light on it, though...then again, shedding light on a black hole isn't gonna make it any more visible.
creature saidThere are two bitchy posts in this thread. Two of them of yours.
Timbales saidI don't see how science can prove anything.
LeapHigher saidGeneral Relativity predicts that massive objects SHOULD drag spacetime ... so actually it satisfies and bolsters our understanding, instead of disproving it.
Coach_Mike saidIt's always good to keep your ego in check by reading a thread where you have no idea what anyone is talking about.
rockinb saidBlack holes drag space, time, and gravity. They defy the laws of physics. Doesn't this mean Physics is wrong and all of our assumptions about the Universe would have to be re-explained?
sanjose470 saidPlease correct me if I'm wrong. Doesn't time change the closer you get to the center of an object or blackhole due to its immense gravitational pull in correlation to an object farther from it? Its not space that is being dragged but everything else in space...