(Correct me if you think i'm wrong in anyway, I am open to new ideas.) A black hole is created when a planetary mass has its atoms completely cave in on its self. This creates a massive amount of gravity, one so massive that it even attracts photons (light). So does this mean that a black hole isn't black but completely lacking any color at all? I think so. Here's something that I think is cool to think about (your thoughts requested no matter ;) how ridicules), If a black hole begun to suck a sun into is gradational pull A. Would the pull of the sun pull the black hole any distance? B. The sun being sucked in, collapsing the atoms(?), would increase the size of the hole(?) C. What if we, our own solar system, is a black hole and our own physics are much different then the outside of our "realm". D. Referring to C. Would that mean that the matter in a black hole could also be 99.99% free space?