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How do we know blackholes are dense? Could instead they be a vortex?

by taonut
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taonut
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Nov22-13, 09:45 AM
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"emmissions are outside the horizon" ok so that's what i'm saying- the even horizon itself could be shredding matierial like the center of a hurricane is most active and the center is totally calm and empty.

let's not get mean here. i'm just not finding answers that really refute my main ideas that satisfy me and am genuinely curious. I was hoping for answers to my questions. Not to get called names. I am a lady now. And I like to see some class from those who know more than me while they teach.
taonut
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Nov22-13, 09:47 AM
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Could somebody kindly read posts 14 through 17 and respond to my actual questions?
Vanadium 50
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Nov22-13, 11:14 AM
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This is turning less into questions and more into personal theories, which, as anyone who reads the PF Rules knows, we don't discuss here.


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