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Technically, a black hole is a region of spacetime where, by nature of its great mass, gravity prevents anything from escaping; this include.

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Gravitational Singularity Generation

The ability to create gravitational singularities.

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Deep inside of a black hole lies a region known as the gravitational singularity, where space-time curves toward infinity, and no matter pas.

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Sometimes I wonder if the massive Blackhole at the center of our galaxy is actually a wormhole.there have been clues this may be true

Interstellar - Gravitational Singularity - General relativity predicts that no force can stop the gravitational collapse of a black hole. Mathematically, all of the mass is predicted to reside in an infinitely small point (infinite density) at the black hole's center. The gravitational field at the centre of a black hole would be infinite and any material object would be crushed. The electrons would be ripped off from atoms, and even the protons and neutrons within the nuclei themselves…

Interstellar - Gravitational Singularity - General relativity predicts that no force can stop the gravitational collapse of a black hole. Mathematically, all of the mass is predicted to reside in an infinitely small point (infinite density) at the black hole's center. The gravitational field at the centre of a black hole would be infinite and any material object would be crushed. The electrons would be ripped off from atoms, and even the protons and neutrons within the nuclei themselves…

Einstein's general theory of relativity suggests, among other things, that masses in space distort the geometry of space-time. In addition, moving objects emit waves of gravitational radiation that carry energy away into space.

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Space-time dilations relative to the velocities of observers

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What is on the Other Side of a Black Hole?

Picture an entire star collapsed down into a gravitational singularity. An object with so much mass, compressed so tightly, that nothing, not even light itse.

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Do black holes have a back door?

Cygnus A Stellar Mass Black Hole. Artist's illustration shows the black hole drawing mass from a companion blue star. The material forms a disc around the black hole before falling into it or being ejected by powerful jets.

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