All will be ended in the Black Holes?

China
January 7, 2013 6:11pm CST
If a black hole is at the center of the Universe will it eventually suck all the universe into it?
6 responses
@dawnald (84147)
• Shingle Springs, California
8 Jan 13
Why aren't we sucked into the sun with its huge gravity? I suspect it's the same with black holes. The immense distances between objects reduce the effect of their pull on other objects.
• United States
8 Jan 13
We fight back and dance. Sun = peon. Black hole = Hulk Hogan. Hogan wins.
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@dawnald (84147)
• Shingle Springs, California
8 Jan 13
• China
8 Jan 13
This maybe the thing after trillion years we could see. The gravity of the black holes is huge. But when it is compared with the Sun, it is difficult to say which one is larger. Or with the expectation not to meet the black hole.
• United States
8 Jan 13
It seems if there was a black hole that would eventually suck everything in that space would be shrinking. I mean the planet as been here for millions of years so why hasn't things started to dissappear already? But I bet it would look awesome when the blackhole was getting close to sucking in the Earth and we were able to see it.
• China
8 Jan 13
That is just my assumption. When it does happen(maybe million years later), I think things do not disappear at once. The effect of the black hole may not be so quick.
@Torunn (2810)
• Norway
22 Feb 13
You can't see black holes. They suck everything in, including light, so no light will be reflected from it. Which means you can't see it :-)
• United States
8 Jan 13
I don't think there are many things that are close to it that it could suck in. Either way, I think further study is needed on this.
@artauxeo (287)
• Philippines
8 Jan 13
astrophysicists are still in the theoretical debate about how black holes work and what really is beyond the hole. they can only find vague evidences to support their calculations. and no information can be brought up if we put probes inside it. we'll just have to wait for our technology to advance so that we can learn more from it.
• China
8 Jan 13
Astrophysicists are now studying the Black Holes. The density of the Black Holes is so large. It kept absorbing surrounding objects. Maybe there are many black holes in the universe, when our planet meet one, we are doomed.
• Marikina, Philippines
10 Jan 13
Hmmmm... black hole? Maybe and if the earth is included, like what they predicted on December 21st 2012, they would be a natural calamities like volcano eruption, tsunami, earth quake all at the same time. They said, the world would end if earth would also suck in a black hole. I am glad, the end of the world on December 21st 2012 is not true. Ha ha.
• China
11 Jan 13
2012 maybe not the end of the world, but our world will be eventually destroyed when the sun die and turn into a monster. But this is what will happen trillions of years later. So don't worry about it too much.
@matersfish (6311)
• United States
8 Jan 13
Many, many, many black holes in the universe. I don't about the "center" of the entire universe. I don't know what the center of that would be. But there has been a massive black hole found in what is approximated to be the center of our galaxy. And possibly every galaxy, as that's what may form them and make them spiral and keep them spinning. Yeah. Eventually it's going to suck us all up. Inevitability.
• China
8 Jan 13
:D I suddenly realize that we should not worry about this. This may happen after trillions of years later. Why not dance and have fun? :D
@Torunn (2810)
• Norway
22 Feb 13
There's a black hole at the centre of most galaxies, at least so many scientists belive. They also speculate that there might be lot of micro black holes around, but I'm not quite sure why. However, before the earth get sucked into a black hole it will probably be swallowed by the Sun. The Sun is quite far out in the Milky Way Galaxy, so it might never end up in the black hole but drift away as a brown dwarf and end up far away out in the cold nothingness of the expanding universe. This isn't in the near future though, unless you have a time machine.