Will humans ever be able to find out what is on the other side of a black hole/singularity?

There isn't another side of a black hole. A black hole is a place where gravity is so strong that all matter is compressed to the smallest size possible - probably something called the ‘Planck Length'. That's it! In real black holes there aren't other sides, or gateways - only an unimaginably

Can the singularity of one black hole be more dense than the singularity of another black hole?

There are no such singularities.Edward Cherlin's answer to Can a black hole really have zero volume?The cores of black holes are all about the same size as the wavelengths of common particles, but of quite varied masses, and thus

How did the Big Bang happen? What was the thing which forced the singularity to blast? Where did the singularity come from? Who made the singularity?

Scientists assumes that our universe created 13.5 Billions year ago by a very powerful blast that was equals to 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 TNT's blast and had happened in zillion part of a second that blast named as ‘Big bang'.

How did the Big Bang happen? What was the thing which forced the singularity to blast? Where did the singularity come from? Who made the singularity?

Scientists assumes that our universe created 13.5 Billions year ago by a very powerful blast that was equals to 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 TNT's blast and had happened in zillion part of a second that blast named as ‘Big bang'.

What would be the speed of light in a black hole?

Speed of light remains same in a black hole as it is anywhere else. Speed of light cannot be changed by any means, wherever you look, whenever you look. You can't see light coming from a black hole because the gravitational field of the black hole is so strong, up to its

In which direction of the sky is the universe's expansion pointing, seen from our vantage point?

No matter where an observer is in the observable universe, the expansion is the same in all directions. I'm not saying that we on Earth are in a special position from which the expansion is everywhere away from us. The

Do you believe in the possibility of extraterrestrial life?

Do you believe in aliens and why?I belive intelligent life exist elswere in the universe but i dont belive they are visiting the earthThere are millions of galaxies out there. with millions of solar systems each. to belive that there is no other planet among the untold billions of planets that exist that

What will happen if the universe stopped moving?

Because the universe has momentum from a collapsing path in the seventh dimension, when the seventh dimension disconnects from this universe, it would be as though everything stopped moving and things going on would

What would happen if a black hole traveled faster than the speed of light?

The speed of light is the limit and the very first thing Wrong With Contemporary Black Holes. Quantum Relativity argues a case for quantum black holes that strongly interact. You still have a singularity defined by the Schwarzschild, but the Reimannian

How is the Universe 13.4 billions years old and at the same time its approximate diameter is more than 90 billion light years?

The 90 billion lightyears number is actually 93 billion lightyears and that is the size of the observable universe and not the size of the whole universe. The observable universe is only part of the whole universe which is most likely infinitely large.Still, the question remains, how can the observable universe be so large if it only got

Can we ever see the universe beyond 13.8 billion light years from our position?

If you look at something from two positions it appears to shift by some angle depending an how far away it is and the length of your baseline. If you look from opposite sides of the Earth's orbit, that is the longest baseline we

If the universe expands from a single point from the Big Bang, why is there still not a center?

Theoretically there is no center because space is expanding from an original point, but continues to expand.In observation however, there is a center of the universe and Earth is near it.Red shift has fallen out of favor for measuring distance or age. Near-space quasars tell us they are not in deep space and their red-shift is intrinsic.Feynman - "...I

Is it possible that the probability of life spontaneously appearing is so low that Earth is the only planet in the Galaxy (or in the observable universe) in which it has happened?

Is it possible that the probability of life spontaneously appearing is so low that Earth is the only planet in the Galaxy (or in the observable universe) in which it has happened?I am not a statistician, or a mathematician. All I can do is read. However, it seems, from what I do read, that the odds of

Do black holes move?

Singularities are not "stuck" anywhere. They move like any other celestial body through space.Yes, black holes move. In fact, there is one known as GRO J1655-40, is streaking across space at a rate of 400,000 kilometers per hour. That speed is four times faster than

How long do black holes take to create?

There may have been some primordial black holes formed in the early Universe. The supernova events that end up as black holes, are a few days long.LIGO Detects a Neutron Star Merger ... probably did not end up quite making a black hole, but could have had the masses been higher, in just

Where does randomness come from? If the universe was created in the big bang at a single point, wouldn't the universe be symmetrical?

The universe is symmetric, according to the Cosmological Principle, which states that the universe is homogeneous and isotropic. But this principle applies to large areas, not small areas. So, it is true that there are clusters of galaxies in some places and not in others, but if

If we are looking at light from something 13 billion light years away, how near to us was it when the light set out?

If we are looking at light that is coming from 13 billion light years away, then the source of that light has since moved out to about 46 billion light years away.The light from a source that is currently 13 billion light-years out, will come from a place much closer to us... you have to use

How is the expansion of the universe explained?

Expansion and InflationThe are two problems that are related to expansion. The current scientific view is that there was expansion at time zero (Inflation) and later expansion.The Inflation part is associated with Supernova Distance Measurements known as the Supernova Survey. This Survey measures Type 1A Supernova Explosions apparent luminosities and their redshifts.The redshift is currently associated with Doppler Effect,

Big Bang Theory: Not even wrong?

Yes, the Big Bang theory is falsifiable. If there were observations that show galaxies have not been, in general, getting further apart, that observation would falsify the notion that all parts of the universe were, in general, closer together, earlier in time.

If the universe is 13.7 billion years old, does that mean we are roughly 7 billion light years from the centre of the universe?

There isn't a center that we can observe, just like there is no "center" to the surface of the Earth (unless you are a New Yorker).What it means is that we are 13.7 or 13.8 billion years removed in time from the initial Big Bang. In proper distance, correcting for the cosmology and expansion, we

Does the speed of light slow down while it passes by the black hole?

Yes. The Shapiro delay, which is a measurement of an extended round trip, is a classic experiment confirming General Relativity:

How many of you agreed that dark energy & dark matter are both the same thing? MSA Jauber explained this in Science Found God.

No one who understood the science would agree.Your source is agnotological.You should ignore anything from agnotological sources in the future.Dark matter is sterile neutrinos to a six sigma confidence level as of this year.We mapped it out via its gravitational effects upon surrounding matter, the same way we found

What is in space below Earth?

What a fascinating question involving just six words! In fact, two of the words (

What does a black hole look like?

A giant sphere of nothing, warping the space-time fabric around it, along with the impregnable light waves.Here's a simulate view of a black hole from Black hole :

What are conditions necessary for the big rip, the Heat death/big freeze and the big crunch and bounce?

It all depends on how fast space is expanding.Rip happens when space expansion accelerates. As more and more space appears, things get pushed further faster and faster, eventually becoming stronger than the forces holding atoms together and ripping them apart.The big

What direction would I look towards in order to see a black hole in the sky?

There is no black hole that produces light visible without a telescope.Most galaxies have one at the centre, including our own. Light comes from matter falling into them.For our galaxy, look towards Saggitarius.

Could the matter on the surface of a fast spinning star travel faster than light?

No. There is a universal space-time constant that happens to equate to the velocity of a massless object in space: c. To approach any velocity, objects having mass need to be accelerated using mass as a propulsive; an object having

What if the universe shrank instead of expanding?

The universe is expanding due to the repulsion of dark energy, which constitutes about 73% in our universe. Let us imagine the universe is shrinking rather than expanding then it implies that the

Given that the speed of light is a fundamental constant, why do we not rely more on this assumption when talking about how the universe expands?

Contrary to what this question suggests, the existence of an invariant speed (aka. the vacuum speed of light) is a fundamental principle of relativity theory. Relativity theory, in turn, is the basic underlying theory behind our modern ideas of physical cosmology.

What would happen if two neutron stars collided?

Gamma Ray Bursts, the most energetic phenomena in the galaxy capable of emitting more energy than an entire galaxy, probably occur when neutron stars collide.  Neutron star inspiral and collisions are also one of the most promising sources of gravitational wave sources for detection by LIGO. 

What would happen if the universe stopped expanding but the dark energy was strong enough to stop it from contracting?

The most logical answer is that it is not expanding. That it is light ending it's productive life after traveling the 46 bly distance from those outer galaxies. As it dies it produces more and more red until it's gone... And what they call dark matter is the gravity coming from all the rest of

Is dark matter responsible for the expansion of the universe?

First we do not know that this Universe is expanding. No one has seen the boundary of the Universe or no one knows how big is this Universe. Without knowing the boundary, we can not say for sure that the Universe is expanding.

If the universe expanded from the big bang to the size of our galaxy in a micro-second, this must mean everything in creation traveled much much faster than the speed of light; how is this possible?

PS- This is written in a positivist manner and it is a challenge to current views. Cosmology is a big family. Richard Muller is the Root of That Family. Many of the also renowned cosmologists, astrophysicists were students of Dr. Muller.Dr. Muller knows (from emails, messages) that my theory has been censored. It is incumbent to

Did the Milky Way create a supermassive black hole at its centre?

The formation of the Milky Way galaxy may be completely unrelated to the formation of the Supermassive black hole (within a region known as Sagittarius A*)A black hole is where matter has collapsed, overcoming its internal gravitational force, forming a hyper dense region of space that

Can stars turn into a black hole without a supernova?

An alternative view: Stars are too small to evolve into black holes. Ordinarily, it would take 3D matter-contents of far too many stars to form a black hole. Black holes are usually formed by accretion of 3D matter (bodies), near center of a galactic

If the end of the universe is a big freeze or a big rip, will there be anything around at that time that could collapse a wave function?

There is no wavefunction of the Universe. Wavefunctions are for small things or very cold things.When the Universe is about to unravel, it will be cold enough that a Wavefunction will finally be able to describe it. At that time,

How could time not exist before the Big Bang? Time would be required to make the Big Bang occur because it implies change.

Time is the rate and duration of change; it's a metric, not an object or force of nature. Only when there are objects and forces of nature (matter, EMR, gravity, EM, weak and strong nuclear forces) can time come into play. If

What is the black hole in space?

Black holes can be created from any object of a definite volume, any object when compressed to a point wherein the object becomes equal to its

If the universe were not expanding, would the night sky be more gray instead of black?

Assuming all galaxies to be at current positions but not moving away from one another, the lack of a cosmological red shift would increase the brightness of the night sky a little.  If the expansion had stopped billions of years ago, galaxies would be closer together, and the night sky would be even a bit brighter.That's basically

Could Olbers' paradox be explained by black holes?

Any single sight line must end someplace; adding black holes to the mix means that each sight line ends on a black hole /or/ a star. since we see far more emptyness than stars, that implies that black holes are drastically more common than stars, which doesn't make a lot of sense.the black hole would block all

Will the universe ever expand to a point where Time stops working?

The universe itself is made of a fabric of spacetime.If there is space, there is time.

Since the universe expanded from a single point, where is that point in the night sky?

I am not a scientist and had no education in physics, but it appears to me as being reasonable that the Big Bang, must have been a massive explosion that maybe can be compared like an atomic explosion, which is the splitting of an atom

Will the Sun form a neutron star or a black hole?

An alternative view: Neutron star is an imaginary object, resulting from the assumption that under heavy pressure, electrons and protons of a body combine to form neutrons. Fundamental 3D matter-particles (electrons, protons, deuterons and neutrons) are independent self-sustaining objects. Under no circumstances they combine with