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hamson Dec29-11 12:11 AM

Mystery of the black hole
 
The more time away from the gravitational field near the faster, so those who fall into the black hole horizon material time will be very fast, from the outside in acceleration seems to matter, the decay material gradually disappear, and the material in the horizon to listen to the light should happen is red shift, and the wavelengths is an infinite long, then black holes should not black, and eternal red.Now that the universe every galaxies have a central black hole giant, so watching galaxies found redshift whether these reasons?

Bobbywhy Dec29-11 02:08 AM

Re: Mystery of the black hole
 
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Quote by hamson (Post 3687527)
The more time away from the gravitational field near the faster, so those who fall into the black hole horizon material time will be very fast, from the outside in acceleration seems to matter, the decay material gradually disappear, and the material in the horizon to listen to the light should happen is red shift, and the wavelengths is an infinite long, then black holes should not black, and eternal red.Now that the universe every galaxies have a central black hole giant, so watching galaxies found redshift whether these reasons?

hamson, Welcome to Physics Forums!

There are many well-qualified members here ready and willing to help you find answers to your questions about black holes. But I cannot understand your post. Your first sentence is 71 words long and seems to not contain any question. Will you please write each question you want to ask?

Pengwuino Dec29-11 03:04 AM

Re: Mystery of the black hole
 
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Quote by hamson (Post 3687527)
The more time away from the gravitational field near the faster, so those who fall into the black hole horizon material time will be very fast, from the outside in acceleration seems to matter, the decay material gradually disappear, and the material in the horizon to listen to the light should happen is red shift, and the wavelengths is an infinite long, then black holes should not black, and eternal red.Now that the universe every galaxies have a central black hole giant, so watching galaxies found redshift whether these reasons?

Is English your primary language?

hamson Dec29-11 11:56 AM

Re: Mystery of the black hole
 
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Quote by Pengwuino (Post 3687618)
Is English your primary language?

no!I just want to express some physics of new idea want to express.

Bobbywhy Dec29-11 10:47 PM

Re: Mystery of the black hole
 
hamson, Welcome to Physics Forums again!

This section (cosmology) may not be the right place to post new ideas. Be sure to read the Forum guidelines before posting.

Make yourself a list of subjects you are interested in. Then use that list as a guide for writing each question. Please try to write out your questions in correct English, if possible. Keep them simple with only ONE subject per question. Be sure to include references that you use.

Chronos Dec29-11 11:21 PM

Re: Mystery of the black hole
 
Gravitational redshift is not a component of cosmological redshift.

qraal Dec30-11 06:53 AM

Re: Mystery of the black hole
 
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Quote by Chronos (Post 3688783)
Gravitational redshift is not a component of cosmological redshift.

Well it might be, but then your cosmological assumptions need to change.

Tea Jay Dec30-11 07:48 AM

Re: Mystery of the black hole
 
The use of red here implies that visible light is the stopping point of the process, and that it would stay red, instead of continuing to IR, etc.

Chronos Dec30-11 08:29 PM

Re: Mystery of the black hole
 
There is no implication redshift only occurs at visible light frequencies. It occurs at all frequencies. It is termed redshift because that is the effect it has on visible light frequencies.

hamson Jan3-12 03:08 PM

Re: Mystery of the black hole
 
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Quote by Chronos (Post 3689879)
There is no implication redshift only occurs at visible light frequencies. It occurs at all frequencies. It is termed redshift because that is the effect it has on visible light frequencies.

I know.I mean the decay of Material in Black hole is accelerated.It's release of radiation is stretched back infinite.


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