When a star turns into a black hole does it change the movement of the Universe at all? Through a funneling effect?
Not initially. The star collapses to the black hole and its mass is conserved. Later inflow may increase the mass.taeth said:K thx sorry I didn't explain myself very good, but a blackhole has more mass than the star who's place it takes.
.. Also do black hole ever die out because they emmit radiation I was just curious if they could run out?
Jenab said:Might the universe as a whole be rotating? Would it matter if it were?
I didn't think that rotational motion needs a reference.cepheid said:Hmm...all motion is relative. So the question is...rotating relative to what? You're talking about the universe here...the whole of existence. There is nothing else to compare it with.
floped perfect said:Does time go slower in a black hole?
selfAdjoint said:... This time is not slow, my impression is that it passes at c...