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Black Holes and Gravity

Postby helper » Mon Mar 28, 2016 4:01 am

Gravity will never crush matter.
Gravity approaches a surface limit
dictated by how big the body is.
A mass can only block ALL the
push from the other side; after that,
increasing volume only increases
overall apparent mass by its increase
in area.
ALL the large bodies appear MUCH
lighter than they are; all are, in fact,
fairly similar in composition to Earth.
Don't be mad.

So Black Holes by gravity never happens.
Black Holes, and protons, are much more
fundamental structures that need
extreme energy environments for
their creation/destruction.
Don't be mad.

It's just that you have gravity backwards,
and that should be obvious,
because otherwise
WHERE WOULD THE ENERGY BE COMING FROM???
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Re: Black Holes and Gravity

Postby surreptitious57 » Mon Mar 28, 2016 4:15 am

helper wrote:
Gravity will never crush matter

Neutron stars and white dwarfs
A MIND IS LIKE A PARACHUTE : IT DOES NOT WORK UNLESS IT IS OPEN
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