View Full Version : What do you think about this?
2004-Jan-20, 04:11 AM
I was thinking about this.
You know how a black hole is created when a massive star collapses?
And you know the concept about black holes being worm holes
to other parts of the galaxy or universe?
Well what if most massive stars are some how connected to other
massive stars in universe? And just say when 2 massive stars
collapse and form in black hole at the same time? They are somehow
connected as two worm holes, and if you go through one you come
out the other which is connected.
Anyone think something like this is possible?
2004-Jan-20, 04:19 AM
When a star is dead and if its steller core weight more than 3 Msun, they become a BH... Yea there are some kinda Theories that talk about the worm hole being connect to other Space.. but I believe there is no body can tell you the answer if that its true of not...
2004-Jan-20, 04:56 AM
Okay here are some references that may be able to help: (some are a bit wordy)
http://blueox.uoregon.edu/~karen/astro123/...ures/lec09.html (http://blueox.uoregon.edu/~karen/astro123/lectures/lec09.html) - a wow site
hopefully these will help
2004-Jan-20, 05:12 AM
Do Schwarzschild wormholes really exist?
See : http://casa.colorado.edu/~ajsh/schww.html#worm
Schwarzschild wormholes certainly exist as exact solutions of Einstein's equations, know as the Einstein-Rosen bridge.
2004-Jan-20, 05:15 PM
Just because Einstein's theories say it's possible for something to exist doesn't necessarily mean it does exist. On another note, if there are worm holes then they more than likely do not lie within the singularity of a black hole.
2004-Jan-22, 06:23 PM
For good measure. Why can't a black hole be a universe in itself (that means that our universe is a black hole in another universe)
2004-Feb-07, 12:25 AM
The size of the black hole is from small to large, I mean how can a black hole be a universe itself?
interesting, dont think anyone will bite though. lets think about it. black hole therietically is born from a exploding star (big bang?). nothing excapes from within a black hole: note: from either side, (the edge of "the" universe.
since we know nothing maybe some of this young theary has merrit.
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