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Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Black Holes do not exist???

Acording to an article poeted it on the first weekend of April an article Black Scientists are saying. Holes do not exist??
Scientists from California are challenging Stephen Hawking theory of the existence of Black Holes. My personal opinion is: Yes, Black Holes exist and they're very real they may sound like Science fiction 'cause of its fenmenal existence. Here is the statement rom this article:Black holes are staples of science fiction and many think astronomers have observed them indirectly. But according to a physicist at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California, these awesome breaches in space-time do not and indeed can not exist. Read
Black Holes do not exist


J. McClintock, the author of this article, does not buy this reasoning. Among the observations that hint at the reality of black holes are the X-ray binaries. In a typical X-ray binary, prodigious, flickering fluxes of X-rays reveal the presence of an ultradense star and an orbiting companion. The rapid orbital motion of the companion star tells us that the central X-ray star has a mass of more than three suns. General Relativity assures us that such a star can only collapse further to form a black hole. Therefore, black holes must exist.



Do, Black Hole exist
Yes. You can't see a black hole directly, of course, since light can't get past the horizon. That means that we have to rely on indirect evidence that black holes exist.

Suppose you have found a region of space where you think there might be a black hole. How can you check whether there is one or not? The first thing you'd like to do is measure how much mass there is in that region. If you've found a large mass concentrated in a small volume, and if the mass is dark, then it's a good guess that there's a black hole there. There are two kinds of systems in which astronomers have found such compact, massive, dark objects: the centers of galaxies (including perhaps our own Milky Way Galaxy), and X-ray-emitting binary systems in our own Galaxy.




Anonymous 轻逸者 said...

Such a peautiful painting!

you also be interesting in art?


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