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ACCORDING TO PHYSICS
If you drop a bowling ball and a feather at the same
time, from the same height, the bowling ball and
feather will hit the ground at the same time.
Assuming there is no air resistance.
Black Holes are not actually. . I Black, Sure, they are
very dark. But they give off a glow Giving off light
across the whole spectrum, including, visible light.
There is no past, present, or future. Times frames are
relative.
All the matter that makes up the human ram could fit
in a sugar cube,
Events; in the future can affect what happened in the
p est.
Its possible there is only ene elctric in the entire
universe.
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User avatar #108 - xxvenomxx (07/11/2012) [+] (3 replies)
"Says there isn't past present or future."


"Events in the future can effect the past"
#138 - semisane (07/11/2012) [+] (11 replies)
According to some random "facts" I found that don't have any scientific evidence*
According to some random "facts" I found that don't have any scientific evidence*
#274 - trollmetoday ONLINE (07/11/2012) [-]
"Thumb for original content"

Implying all of these facts/theories were made up entirely by you.
#538 - aresthedragon (07/11/2012) [+] (5 replies)
black holes do not give off light their gravitational pull is so strong not even light can escape
#207 - GoReMoTe (07/11/2012) [-]
-->not Original Content
-->data/research/FUCKING SOURCES not listed
-->outright thumbwhoring
-->cereal guy for no reason at all

I wouldn't be surprised if this was posted Stumbleupon or Reddit first. Go fuck yourself, OP.
#596 - vraptor (07/11/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Oh. I didn't know you came up with all of these theories, OP. No wonder it's oc, my bad.
#281 - obnoxygen (07/11/2012) [+] (3 replies)
What.
User avatar #582 - ruinsage (07/11/2012) [+] (29 replies)
1
yes, this is actually rather basis physics
2
Im assuming that this is based on Hawkings theory that black holes radiates heat. That is only matter circulating outside the event horizon, as photons created inside that cant escape the immense gravity, making the black hole itself very, very, black
3
there is past, present and future, according to the special theory of relativity, it simply depends on our system of reference.
4
All the matter in the universe could fit inside a single atom.
5
According to the theory of relativity, effect cannot precede cause.
6
As the fastest moving particle is the foton, an electron cannot move faster than that, which it would need in order to be everywhere at once.
#469 - therealredhood (07/11/2012) [-]
I think OP got these "facts" from his black hole
#603 - anonymous (07/11/2012) [-]
Your argument is invalid.
User avatar #320 - popadoo (07/11/2012) [+] (5 replies)
You've obviously skimmed an article on General Relativity and then spewed up some bullshit like this.
1: In a vacuum, yes.
2: The Black Hole itself emits nothing. Any radiation or light that appears to be coming from it is coming from the gas falling into the Black Hole. Billions of tons of gas being crushed together makes it super fucking hot, dotcha' know.
3: Fair enough.
4: Yep.
5: Er, no. Time is relative, but cause and effect still exists.
6: This is a complete butchering of super-positioning. No.
User avatar #166 - rainbowshurrburt (07/11/2012) [+] (1 reply)
There is no past present or future, but something in the future can affect the past?
#124 - iluvas (07/11/2012) [+] (1 reply)
What if black holes are just mass of concentrated energy that does not allow light to escape, after all gravity can bend light... What if our universe is a black hole.. that would explain why space is dark.... mfw i live in a black hole
#144 to #124 - waffies ONLINE (07/11/2012) [-]
MFW i live in a black hole
User avatar #640 - orangebedroom (07/11/2012) [+] (1 reply)
"original content"
lol
how bout
"im in ninth grade and my physics teacher said a bunch of stuff to make us think the class was gonna be fun."
#289 - anonymous (07/11/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Only douchebags say ergo
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#455 - anonymous (07/11/2012) [+] (1 reply)
1 is mundane

2 is poorly stated: Black holes themselves don't give off anything except potentially Hawking radiation (which is still theoretical also inversely proportional to size - so a decent sized black-hole most certainly isn't going to emit anything detectable from Earth). Since this is essentially black-body radiation, it does technically give "off light across the whole spectrum", but the intensity asymptotically approaches 0 outside the main peak for the associated temperature of the body. Astronomers use accretion disk emissions and gravitational effects to observe black holes.

3 borders on bullshit: while there is certainly no universal past/present/future, they are still perfectly accurate descriptors for any particular frame of reference that you might choose.

4 is silly: While technically true, you were just describing black holes, which, as far as we know, are point masses. If you were alluding to the empty space in atoms, there are much better examples.

5 is outright bullshit: according to all mainstream theories (see causality)

6 is dumb: It was a silly speculation when it was presented ages ago and it doesn't fit with any of the current theories. A much more interesting remark would have been that our universe is potentially made up of a single membrane (see string theory)

How you got so many thumbs for this drivel is beyond me.
#222 - trollinandhatin (07/11/2012) [+] (1 reply)
If only you didn't misspell "electron."
If only you didn't misspell "electron."
#214 - leredspy (07/11/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Could we have some sources please? Also try to cut back on the reposts.
#470 - atinybug (07/11/2012) [+] (5 replies)
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#418 - anonymous (07/11/2012) [-]
Number 3: That are no past, present and future. and Number 5: that the future can change the past are contradictions.
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