hemkant

2006-Sep-03, 06:40 PM

Well these are the questions a guy asked me and i am very confused....

Maybe you people could help me...

Here you go with the questions

Hi everyone!

I was pondering over this question for a long time so please put in your answers/suggestions and help me get a conclusion.I’ve divided the question into 3 parts as each successive question depends on your previous answer.

1.1 Are black holes stationary? Why/why not?

1.2 (Depends of your answer of que 1.1) And if black holes are stationary, then we know that the galaxies are moving apart or we can say that the universe is proceeding towards the Big Crunch, so my question is that – where will the black holes be or go?

Let us assume that we have a galaxy say G1 and a black hole in our present space time grid. Now, we say that as the universe is expanding, G1 is moving with a certain speed.So, after some time as the G1 moves towards big crunch, what will happen then? Will the black hole remain there if you say it stationary? But, if we take big bang as singularity of one wormhole and big crunch as a singularity of another one,then we can deduce that the G1 is moving towards another wormhole, so will the black hole vanish, if not then what about the space time grid???

(I’m very confused with this! I might have left some loop holes, so please do correct me )

1.3 AND FINALLY, If the black holes are not stationary and are in motion in some respect, then what effect will this create in the space time grid as it is embedded in it? Will it create some sort of wrinkles/distortions or what???

I'm waiting for the answers...............!!!

Maybe you people could help me...

Here you go with the questions

Hi everyone!

I was pondering over this question for a long time so please put in your answers/suggestions and help me get a conclusion.I’ve divided the question into 3 parts as each successive question depends on your previous answer.

1.1 Are black holes stationary? Why/why not?

1.2 (Depends of your answer of que 1.1) And if black holes are stationary, then we know that the galaxies are moving apart or we can say that the universe is proceeding towards the Big Crunch, so my question is that – where will the black holes be or go?

Let us assume that we have a galaxy say G1 and a black hole in our present space time grid. Now, we say that as the universe is expanding, G1 is moving with a certain speed.So, after some time as the G1 moves towards big crunch, what will happen then? Will the black hole remain there if you say it stationary? But, if we take big bang as singularity of one wormhole and big crunch as a singularity of another one,then we can deduce that the G1 is moving towards another wormhole, so will the black hole vanish, if not then what about the space time grid???

(I’m very confused with this! I might have left some loop holes, so please do correct me )

1.3 AND FINALLY, If the black holes are not stationary and are in motion in some respect, then what effect will this create in the space time grid as it is embedded in it? Will it create some sort of wrinkles/distortions or what???

I'm waiting for the answers...............!!!