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#16 - nexdemise ONLINE (01/11/2013) [-]
Nope, you'll get torn apart by spaghettification forces, ie. the part of the body closer to the black hole falls in faster than the one further away. You would need a mega massive black hole to experience only minor spaghettification. Even if you were to make it into the event horizon, it's quite likely that a black hole similarly to a neutron star is an ultra dense solid object. Ie. you'd hit it at warp speed and get splattered, there is no way you could make it to the very middle where the actual singularity exists.
User avatar #12 - tenplusone (01/10/2013) [-]
A black hold will suck you in so fast that it would literally rip you atom by atom with nothing to piece together at the other end of the stream but mush...
User avatar #4 - allstargiants (01/10/2013) [+] (1 reply)
when/if you get sucked into a black hole, your body would get stretched thinner than your hairs; would would die before you would get to the center.
User avatar #17 - guitarguise (01/11/2013) [-]
For those who don't understand, what he's referring to is purely theoretical, and definitely impossible for a human to achieve. As gravitational forces increase, time relative to the objects under the force's influence slows down significantly. So from an outside observer's POV, it is moving slower. Conversely, for the object subject to the gravity, things outside the force move extremely fast. So the theory is that, because black holes have such incredible density and gravitational force, you will be caught in a stasis. To people outside (if they could somehow see you on the inside, which they couldn't) would see that you are pretty much frozen. To you, they will all rush by in an incredible fast-forward. This is obviously impossible because you'd be dead. And your cells would be dead. And you'd be atomized.

Like everyone is pointing out in the comments.

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User avatar #15 - cullenatorguy (01/11/2013) [-]
No way Neil ever said this. He isn't stupid. There is no way to prove exactly what will happen if you are pulled into a black hole. The likeliest thing to happen is that the immense gravity will pull you to pieces.
#14 - dillsta (01/11/2013) [-]
I thought it was the other way around? as you accelerate, relative to others you age faster?
#13 - anonymous (01/10/2013) [-]
False - the gravitational gradient is too high and you would be pulled to pieces as you passed the event horizon.

User avatar #10 - iweirdo (01/10/2013) [-]
The likeliest effect of falling into a black hole is being squashed into a ball of matter smaller than a pin head. A lot of interesting things would happen before than and very rapidly, but being alive to experience them wouldn't be one of them.
#8 - anonymous (01/10/2013) [-]
My faith in humanity just went up a little. The comments section of funnyjunk contains about as much reliable information about space-time singularities as the worlds best and brightest minds from 50 years ago. Take THAT Jersey Shore!
User avatar #7 - guywithastick ONLINE (01/10/2013) [-]
Lol, we all know from Spiderman this is possible, green goblin used it as a weapon.
User avatar #6 - ramerez (01/10/2013) [-]
i thought when you enter black holes you just cease to exist..
#5 - anonymous (01/10/2013) [-]
while this is just a theory its entirely possible, because a black hole will trap all light if you were to fall into one that i as old as the universe itself you would be able to see every second of light that has ever entered it. Also since a black hole is basically a rip in space you could end up anywhere, even outside of the universe.
User avatar #3 - iwanttousenumbers (01/10/2013) [-]
I think that's just a theory, because, ya know, you can't really prove that it's correct or not
#1 - anonymous (01/10/2013) [-]
i dont recall learning that black holes did that.

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