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Might have to take a trip. For science.
I'd imagine it would kill you or anything other organic life form. Your matter remains of course but you wouldn't be alive... I mean light bends around black holes.
I find this amusing since I just watched a How the Univerese Works episode on black holes.
Am I wrong?
@Black Rose sp0o0opy coincidence. Also, please ignore the comments on my last profile post. As far as you know Ulrika the Vampire is the only present I bought you. Yep. *sweating bullets*
As far as black holes, If you approached the event horizon of a supermassive one, your structural integrity would remain intact, and you would see everything that has ever fallen into the hole in front of you and everything that will fall into it behind you, until you are compressed into a point of infinte density when you reach the singularity.
I thought so, you die. I couldn't remember a lot of specifics about it though. I love interpretations of event horizons.
The time thing with black holes is difficult to explain. IIRC, if you were to be able to watch someone falling into one, they would appear to just stop. They would be forever frozen.
I knew you’d die, I was more wondering what the sensation would be like in your final moments
That is a good question. I don't think I've read up on that in particular.
Regardless, I did learn more about how black holes actually work. Thanks! <3
Yeah that's what the event horizon is essentially (from what I remember). Nothing seems to ever come towards you or away from you if you look at the black hole or the edge of it. A ship would seeming sit still. It's where the light starts to seeming disappear.
You honestly think about it black holes are fucking terrifying. Unless you’re unafraid of death because you’re contemptuous of living like me. Then you wonder why one hasn’t opened closer to Earth yet. (I’m going for a grand prize if I make 100000 jokes about my suffering)
You would be dead long before you even get to the Spaguettification phase.