View Full Version : There May Be Hundreds of Rogue Black Holes in the Milky Way

2008-Jan-09, 09:20 PM
Uh oh, this doesn't sound good. It turns out there could be hundreds of rogue black holes, each weighing thousands of times the mass of the Sun, hurtling though the Milky Way. Oh, and they'd be almost impossible to spot.

More... (http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/universetoday/pYdq/~3/213991658/)

forrest noble
2008-Jan-10, 06:13 AM
Possibility yes. Probability no. These back holes, according to my theories, would quickly begin spinning from their inception due to inflowing matter. This limits their ability to absorb matter. Instead a lot of matter may be radiated at its poles as seen from some larger stellar black holes. Much of this new matter on its surface would become neutrons. If it encounters enough matter the surface could become a plasma, becoming potentially a super-nova size star. "Naked" black holes, accordingly would not exist within galaxies-- because of the density of matter therein.