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Posted by: tinyjack1355 - Mon Feb 29, 2016 2:48 pm
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Post Black holes / Density   Posted on: Mon Feb 29, 2016 2:48 pm
I've been reading up about Black holes and the theory of White holes, along with SpaceTime, and I've had a few questions: 1, what would close range gravitiational waves do to a person's body? Like, if they were generated near a human, what would the effects be? 2nd, in SpaceTime, could a... hole be... not exactly ripped, or tore, but created a hole in it, if an object had enough mass? Because I've been looking at how a black hole would be charted on a literal chart of SpaceTime, and it looks like a massive dip in the chart, but without breaking through. Could something have enough mass to actually make a hole in SpaceTime? If so, what would be on the other side? Another universe, or nothingness?

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