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Chunky
2009-Jan-22, 05:41 PM
i was watching a documentary,
http://www.onlinedocumentaries4u.com/2008/08/bbc-space-with-sam-neil.html
part three

about a black hole and at its axis, there was a line of matter(and w/e else)

and i was wondering.. is it proven a black hole consumes everything?

could it consume it then the line at its axis i see is it expelling the matter after the process.


maybe its pollinating?

Chunky
2009-Jan-22, 05:46 PM
no mod... please dont delete this thread..

Swift
2009-Jan-22, 05:48 PM
ARGH, sorry Johnathan, I deleted the other one - I saw multiple multiple posts in this thread and though it the good one. But no fear. I put the original content back in the first post

Chunky
2009-Jan-22, 06:01 PM
thank you

tusenfem
2009-Jan-22, 06:25 PM
about a black hole and at its axis, there was a line of matter(and w/e else)

and i was wondering.. is it proven a black hole consumes everything?

could it consume it then the line at its axis i see is it expelling the matter after the process.


maybe its pollinating?

I did not see the vid, but I can imagine what you saw.

The "line" that you saw was the rotational axis of the BH. The BH probably had also an accretion disk around it. Matter that is falling from the disk to the BH need not necessarily fall into the BH, through magnetic fields etc. the matter can be ejected from the disk along the rotational axis. That creates the "line" that you are talking about (or what I think you are talking about)

Pollinating? I don't think so.

Chunky
2009-Jan-22, 09:48 PM
its amazing how it said the "line" could stretched light years.

Hornblower
2009-Jan-23, 02:54 AM
its amazing how it said the "line" could stretched light years.

The jet in the galaxy M87 stretches many thousands of light years.

Moonhead
2009-Jan-23, 10:16 AM
The jet in the galaxy M87 stretches many thousands of light years.

What is the average diameter of such a yet?