The Poor Us?


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Jun4-05, 08:56 AM
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You guys think that:is it possible to view a black hole?
I heard that everything near them will be divided to its elementary particles.
Hi Lisa.
You would be able to see the, "event horizon". not the hole, Things will
stay intact until they are drawn into the hole.
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Jun4-05, 10:18 AM
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Quote Quote by wolram
You guys think that:is it possible to view a black hole?
I heard that everything near them will be divided to its elementary particles.
Hi Lisa.
You would be able to see the, "event horizon". not the hole, Things will
stay intact until they are drawn into the hole.
Thanx.I'm really happy that you're here.
Maybe human could see the hole 1 day,let's be hopeful.
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Jun4-05, 10:40 AM
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Quote Quote by Lisa!
You guys think that:is it possible to view a black hole?
I heard that everything near them will be divided to its elementary particles.
Hawking Radiation

Not exactly seeing, but hey, it is electromagnetic radiation.
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Jun4-05, 10:43 AM
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Quote Quote by Lisa!
Why do you think so?

Believet it or not,most of people included my parents and close friends still misunderstand what I say.
You've never mentioned where you live. If English is not your native language, you're doing very well with it (better, in fact, than some people here for whom it is.) Unless you grew up with a different one than your parents, I can't explain that part.


Quote Quote by Lisa!
Well,can I give you some years of my life?
Once I find out how old you are, and where you are, I might consider sharing a few of them.

Quote Quote by wolram
Chin up old boy, stiff upper lip, tomorrows another day, things could be worse,
dont exacerbate the situation, blast it im going for a drink.
One of the best philosophies I've heard in a long time.

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Thanx.I'm really happy that you're here.
Maybe human could see the hole 1 day,let's be hopeful.
Don't get too comfortable about it. Being pulled into a black hole isn't the most immediate peril. To start with, there are ferocious X-ray emissions from the infalling matter being compressed. Secondly, the tidal forces would stretch you longitudinally and compress you laterally as if you were being shoved down a funnel several sizes too small. It would be best to observe from a distance, but all that you would see would be the effects of the hole, not the hole itself.
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Jun4-05, 12:08 PM
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Thanx curious3141.
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If English is not your native language, you're doing very well with it (better, in fact, than some people here for whom it is.)
For sure,you're kidding!






you grew up with a different one than your parents, I can't explain that part.
No,this isn't the problem.Somehow,it is difficult to explain to you.I tend to speak very briefly about everything.and because I make jokes about the current situation,they can't understand me.(luckily,in every case 1 of them understand me and explain it to others)



how old you are
I was born in 1982.and I just want to live for 29 years.(enough years left for you or not?)


where you are
For sure,you don't expect me to reveal my place to a danger,do you?!. (how about standing beside a black hole )





Don't get too comfortable about it. Being pulled into a black hole isn't the most immediate peril. To start with, there are ferocious X-ray emissions from the infalling matter being compressed. Secondly, the tidal forces would stretch you longitudinally and compress you laterally as if you were being shoved down a funnel several sizes too small. It would be best to observe from a distance, but all that you would see would be the effects of the hole, not the hole itself.
It seems to be more wonderful than I expected.now I'm both happy and excited.
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Jun4-05, 04:18 PM
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Lisa

look up in the sky on a cloudless night and imagine being able to explore
the heavens, maybe no one ever will but it is nice to dream, 29 years is
not nearly enough time to sate anyones curiosity about our universe, there
are so many things going on now or the next few years that will reveal so
much, i hope.
i imagine im in a spaceship touring the universe, navigating around red giant
stars, white dwarfs, black holes the list goes on, i could never live long
enough to accomplish my dreams.

live long and prosper.


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