hey /sci/ents, me and my buddy were having a really good debate im sure you would apreciate
if a black hole suddenly teleported in the center of the sun, would the darkness and the light cancel eachother out? and would space be filled with aurora borealises afterwards?
please tell me, thanks
Actually to us it would look more like nothing because we'd all be fucking violently ripped apart because we'd be on the edge of the event horizon. But if you were to look at it from a distance it would look still like a black hole because of the massive gravity it creates. A common misconception is that there is darkness that resonates from a black hole it's nothing more than light being heavily distorted.
no one is winning the debate now cause i said the black hole would suck up the light then eventually release it again, while my friend said that the light would just stop until it over powers the black hole
No because they don't produce enough energy or heat to be a star? Does nobody read anything anymore? You have the biggest library in the history of man at your fingertips yet you choose to be ignorant.
Imagine what that sentence would look like if "and my buddy" were removed.
>hey /sci/ents, me was having a really good debate im sure you would apreciate
As you can see, it should be I, not 'me.'
>if a black hole suddenly teleported
the sun is made of visible matter
a black hole is also made of visible matter
the only real difference is their density
the suns event horizon is less than its radius, whilst a black hole's event horizon exceeds its radius.
Considering that a black hole's gravity is so enormous that light can't escape it, your phrase "a black hole is also made of visible matter" doesn't make sense.
Not to even mention that a black hole is literally a super dense object on an endlessly stretching sheet of rubber
Well the sun emits light based on it's mass so if you had a black hole just as big as the sun it would emit just as much darkness as the sun does light but if it were smaller than the sun it would just make the sun a little darker. That's what happens in an eclipse.