The black holes that drive science crazy



It is always exciting to deal with topics that have not yet been finally clarified. The black holes are a great mystery. Especially because you cannot be on site without further ado. Today's measuring instruments can of course deliver recordings, but long-term examinations at close range are still a long way off. What do we know about the dark giants by July 2021.


A star like our sun has at some point used up its mass and energy. This is the point where a star can become a black hole. There is one condition here, however. The star / sun must be at least 8 times as large as our sun in our solar system. Our sun, the source of heat and, for many, the temple of wellbeing. At the same time, the sun is also the engine in the transformation processes of biological diversity. Only the sunbeam brings life and thus movement into the smallest cells. In 4 billion years the sun will be used up and then shrink to a tiny dwarf. By then we have made enough rotations of the earth to have built spaceships that resemble entire cities. Whether we will be able to live above ground at all in the next 10,000 years is a completely different question, because here too the heat is forcing us to give way again. Into the sea or underground. Each continent will take care of that itself. But already in the next 100 years, huge waves of volatile climates will begin, if one believes the weather experts and the giant computers that use models to paint this and that scenario. Who wants to live in a city where the heat is bad for their health? But an ice age that is soon to come is also often reported. Both scenarios trigger a hike.


So a black hole is a collapsed star, a sun. Inside there is strongly compressed or condensed energy. Matter that is shrunk many times over. Observations and studies show that today there are black holes that are over 60 billion in size from our sun. Our sun, in turn, is 109 times larger than the earth. Originally, the mass was many times larger and a multiple is formulated very sparingly.


Numerous films from the science fiction world like to show these black holes, an object that doesn't really want to fit into space.


They say everything that comes within a certain vicinity of a black hole is attracted. The point of no return is called the event horizon today. A force arises, the force of attraction which one cannot easily escape again. It remains to be seen whether the drives of the future will overcome this attraction. It was previously believed that black holes had a fixed point in the universe. Today we know that everything in the universe is in motion. There are some recordings and reports that there are even constellations out there with two black holes moving towards each other. Neither of these will be destroyed, out of two too English

“Black Wholes” becomes a big one.


Up to this point everything has been established simply and scientifically as correct.


Now you can roll out a catalog of questions that will lead others in science to new tasks. As in a labyrinth, the solution of a task ends with new questions and new tasks. Knowledge is actually a perpetual motion machine when everyone continues and the spirit is waiting for us with new questions.


What is the point of black holes in the universe? none! One! or more ?

Well who knows? At the moment nobody can say that exactly, but you can do preparatory work and deal with it. Things that are yet to happen must therefore be foreseen or calculated. Approach the possibilities in small steps with imagination. A work tool used by many people out there. However, a computer is much faster once you've shown it a few ways.


The universe consists of a lot of matter, which in turn consists of atoms. Everything rotates and is still in motion, so it has no fixed point. We live in a galaxy that also rotates. In our galaxy a spiral galaxy, most of which are spiral galaxies, we are quite far out on this type of disk. Wired from above, our galaxy looks like a disk. If our solar system were closer to the center, then the distances to our neighboring planets and suns would be much smaller, by the way. There would be more going on.


But what exactly, but actually happens in the universe? If you break down the knowledge you can find answers to the problem of a black hole. Everything revolves around energy, Uncle Albert Einstein has already taught us that, but others too, but he is one of the most famous. One type of energy is constantly changing into another. New connections arise - these grow into something big and with the right ingredients a new planet arises afterwards, or the connections are only of short duration and they dissolve because you have already used yourself in a different form of energy when you meet . One can also say that individual energies are not only there to transform into other types of energy, but also to find alliances and partners. In the group energies are initially bigger and stronger. When energies come together, certain groups transform into a different form. Solid, liquid and gaseous. This is the name of the cosmos, that universe, often also as primordial soup. A vortex of gaseous particles, which are again energy, dance around the fire until a unity is formed. That sounds quick, but in the real world we know, these processes take many millions of years. The knowledge that has been gathered about the universe suggests that it all consisted of gases. Some form of Energy. Energy comes together in the universe, the many bundled energies that can then grow into a planet create their own attraction. Every body, matter and energy has its own attraction. This is described in the gravitation of bodies. Today one can find answers to this in the generally valid theory of relativity.


The tasks in the universe are to move and to find each other. Linked to this are the transformations of the states from one energy to the other.


In the case of a black hole that was once a sun, all the energy available was used up. The remaining energy is compressed and a black hole is created. So the energy has not been lost. On the contrary the energy works very efficiently. Suddenly there is more space in the universe. In the example of Our Sun it looks like this. If our sun were to turn into a black hole, it would have a new size with a diameter of 3 km. A significant gain in space. If you do the same for the earth, then the earth would shrink to the size of a cent. In relation that is absolutely unimaginable. But in the calculation this is the answer.


So if you want to assign a meaning to the black holes, you could say. The universe creates new space. Space is regained.


Today it is assumed that there are millions of these black holes, each of them contains several 100 if not 1000 stars and planets. So if you will, the universe has regained a lot of space.


If the astronomers look through the telescopes today, many of them also have live webcams, it quickly becomes clear why there is more empty space than visible matter. Approximately 5% is the mass that we find in the universe. So massive energy is very limited in relation to the full size of the universe. To put it simply, 95% is empty space. If one were to release all the matter that was compressed and condensed in black holes again, 5% would of course turn into a different number. Without ever having read anything about it, I would say that good then there would be not 5% visible matter in the universe but 15-20%. So it would be a lot more going on if you look at the whole map of the cosmos, the universe.


So is the task now clear, why there are black holes? No, at the moment you only know that space will be given free.


A black hole thus collects all forms of energy and matter in the course of its existence. Everything turns into a compressed state. Today we know scrap collectors and collectors, both consciously pursue their work or because of their passion. A black hole makes it easy, collects junk and energy.


So it gets bigger and bigger and on the way there it may also destroy other solar systems on which there was already life, you don't know, but the chances are good. If our earth were to face such a close encounter with a black hole, then all industries in the world would have to work on building extremely large ships so that we can disappear here as soon as possible and all of them. It's good that it's not like that. Perhaps at some point a probe that is not ours will be found where exactly this type of video material is waiting for us. A planet with its inhabitants that is about to embark on a journey into the distance and the unknown. If you look at the model of the stars from a different angle, then a sun is just a large battery that ensures that it burns for a certain time. On earth we only know the candle, but with the candle we know today that the burning time is limited and finite. It is the same with the suns.


So we on earth take the empty battery and give it away for disposal. Special companies recycle all the usable components of a battery and parts of them can be reused.


In principle, the same thing happens when a black hole forms. Up to a certain point.

You don't know today what will become of a black hole later. It collects energy and matter that accidentally passes through a black hole in orbit.


The energy in a black hole is not lost, only it is compressed and significantly reduced. As mentioned at the beginning, different forms of energies connect and transform. Accordingly, it could be the case that a black hole remains in motion until it hits a component that leads to a new reaction. It stands to reason that this reaction then causes a black hole to explode and all the energy contained in it to change into another form and to distribute itself to a new one in the universe. That would be a comprehensible cycle.

It is very unlikely that a black hole will become a sun again. You can also take a look at the structure of the sun. What does the sun actually burn when it is burning?


Space is gained and energy is concentrated in a compressed form. That is the result so far. In addition, there is a black hole moving through space.


If one were to record and map all black holes today and calculate the route and path of the next 100 million years that the black holes will cover, one would be able to draw conclusions about how much damage a black hole causes. Viewed differently, a black hole is just a tornado that pulls its way through the universe. The supposed damage can be described like this. If a solar system with exoplanets and habitat zones was just under construction, an approaching black hole ensures that it is destroyed again at an early stage.

From our point of view it is a destruction, but since we have not yet explored all processes of black holes, this is simply a natural process that is part of the whole.


So a black hole is full of energy. Isn't it then also a memory at the same time? A memory that moves through space.

Of course the memory is enormous, but who says that there isn't a machine out there somewhere, built by a civilization, a community that is only a million years more advanced than ours. This machine can then use the energy from black holes. A black hole would therefore be a kind of power plant or gas station for others. Our research, science and engineering combined with the inventiveness of the last 5000 years has produced technologies that solve precisely these problems. What do you have to build so that existing energy can be converted again and a usable force is created during the conversion. Today, the usable power usually drives a motor, which se