A Journey Into A Black Hole


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+28 1. thejackel commented 13 years ago

a good example of how math and science can predict how stuff works with out ever going there
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+11 2. Teqskater commented 13 years ago

So strange that it just exists. It's like sience fiction without the fiction. Viewing this movie makes me a bit nervous. After it it's just a movie. But the damn things are real and i hope i never get in touch with it. Scary but fascinating....
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+5 3. abzsid commented 13 years ago

some deep stuff right there :O
did it go above anyone's head :P
Very fascinating nevertheless :)
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+7 4. kekke2000 commented 13 years ago

I just got a new favourite death!
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+1 5. OneShot commented 13 years ago

#4 even though you would die before you got even the slightest of opportunities?
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0 6. orion commented 13 years ago

The pronunciation of Schwarzschild is so wrong it burns. Why do english speakers mangle any foreign word?
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+6 7. thorargent commented 13 years ago

#6, uh, because most of them don't know any other languages?
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+1 8. gringo commented 13 years ago

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0 9. orion commented 13 years ago

#7 I don't speak german but it doesn't mean I can't figure out "Sch" is like english "Sh". It's the same problem with Schroedinger and Schwarzenegger.
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0 10. hellsd commented 13 years ago

Oh yeah..What if c-a-t really spelled dog....?? >:)
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+10 11. UncleLee commented 13 years ago

Schwarzenegger speaks english but he can't pronounce anything in english correctly either, so what is your point?
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-3 12. minkki commented 13 years ago

I wish I waas astronout and go to black hole, lol where 2 woke up
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0 13. yourmum commented 13 years ago

So not a good holiday destination then? :x
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0 14. cranky commented 13 years ago

My mind just exploded!
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0 15. makbeth commented 13 years ago

Did anyone else find this video rather misleading? You cant use the word "infinite" so much and still be considered scientific.
(i) Black hole in lay mans terms: Imagine the gravity of a supermassive star, tranferred to a spec of dust.
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0 16. Sephir commented 13 years ago

well, i bet if we knew of a material that could withstand the massive tidal forces of a black hole the notion of infinite would change dramatically.
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0 17. mescaline commented 13 years ago

#8 fascinating and extremely scary...
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+3 18. c0mmanderKeen commented 13 years ago

#6 This is an easy to digest scientific presentation. You want people to remember it and pay attention to the facts - the german (original) pronounciation might be better in most cases, but here it might disrupt the worldflow and people would probably have no clue how to spell it or repeat it.

Awesome post btw, thanks :) +1

Back in school my physics teacher tried to explain to us why time does in fact stand still in a singularity (if the math we know about it is right). I pretty much forgot all of it but it was really fascinating, google it :)

#15 In theory it is infinite indeed ! Remember its not limitied to the mass of the star it came from but adds extra mass to it all the time !
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0 19. bigbabou commented 13 years ago

that should be tought to all kids in school. this, and chaos.
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+1 20. LightAng3l commented 13 years ago

What he wanted to say is spaghettification will kill you.