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Is a black hole a superconducter?

  1. Nov 21, 2003 #1
    Is a black hole a superconductor?

    I am starting this thread because of that
    i find it lightly that a black hole can be superconducting.
    I will be away from PhysicsForums for a while,
    so I'll just let you read and wright here.

    Best wishes.
     
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  3. Nov 21, 2003 #2

    russ_watters

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    A superconductor is a substance in which the flow of electrons is almost completely unimpeded. A large gravitational field that does not allow electrons out would certainly impede the flow of electrons.

    Maybe you mean a perfect ground?
     
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  4. Nov 23, 2003 #3
    Superconductors seems to be black.

    Black holes are also black.

    Superconductors conducts better att low temperatures.

    Black holes attract all masses (including charges) quicker at low temperatures.

    What if a black hole bombarded with electrones becomes a pulsing particle cloud?


    What if a neutrone has a small positive charge, and the electrone-charge equalls the protonecharge plus the neutronecharge?

    That's ofcourse another theory.

    What if the weak force is a direct effect of my gravitytheory?
     
  5. Nov 23, 2003 #4

    russ_watters

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    They do?
    No.

    Most of the rest of your post is gibberish. Sorry.
     
  6. Nov 24, 2003 #5
    Superconductors seems to be black.

    Black holes are also black.


    Ceramic superconductors are black in appearence. Nobium and titanium (plus a whole lot of others) are metals and are metallic in appearance...even when they are a superconductor.

    Superconductors conducts better att low temperatures.

    Black holes attract all masses (including charges) quicker at low temperatures.


    Who told you this? It's more wrong than you can imagine.

    What if a black hole bombarded with electrones becomes a pulsing particle cloud?

    What?

    What if a neutrone has a small positive charge, and the electrone-charge equalls the protonecharge plus the neutronecharge?

    What's wrong with this picture? Neutron = neutral charge = no charge
    AND an electron charge is negative so a positive PLUS a positive charge equals.....wait for it.....a POSITIVE CHARGE!

    That's ofcourse another theory.

    Not really a theory. I've heard better physics from a 6th grade class.

    What if the weak force is a direct effect of my gravitytheory?

    The weak force deals with decay. And I don't know what your theory is but I doubt I want to really.
     
  7. Nov 25, 2003 #6
    In your theory the following isotype is posible:

    NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN + P + e

    of hydrogen.

    2.**** you

    3The colder a black hole is, the more it weighs
    (hawkings relation between temperature and mass)

    This can be read. TH = hc3/(16(pi)2kGM)

    If it weighs more, it's gravity field grows stronger. I hope you understand that.

    4.If you are going to continue lying, I recommend you to stop posting.



    5.The weak force deals with decay. Explain...
    I already know it is, so why did you drop this bomb?!

    Neutroncount, A pulsing cloud is a very interesting phenomenon.
    A massive object that pulses. This can also be read about.

    So some metals don't absorb visible light. Big difference.

    Why do they only reply to more or less unreal posts?

    I wouldn't want to meet you if i had to, although,
    best wishes (still).
     
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  8. Nov 25, 2003 #7

    Jackass.

    First of all there is a gravitational gradiant difference between smaller and larger blackholes. Just because a blackhole is bigger doesn't mean that things are sucked into it any faster. Its mass influences how much reach it has over a certain distance. And its temperature is dependant on its mass not the other way around. And what does pulsing stellar molecular clouds have to do with superconductors? Also, do you even know what a ceramic superconductor is? It's a blend of rare earth ceramics. It's not even a metal. Nobium is a pure metal and can superconduct on its own.

    If you want to sound smart don't act like a dumbass.
     
  9. Dec 2, 2003 #8
    You dumb *******, neither did i sound nor act; I wrote.

    You are a vandalist, destroying this forum.

    I did write that some superconducters might be absolute reflectants also. ofcourse i knew that some metalls superconduct at low temperatures. What are you, a first grader?

    Since index is very high on the surface of a black hole, no particle can get in to it. (this does not forbid that there are particles inside it).

    Do you know what a metall is. Have you actually seen a metall?

    I did not ****ing state that cheramical conducters are metalls;
    read again you religious

    (Let me give you an example:
    "Fuc king state? yes! you stated that Fuc was king!")

    *******, dumbass fuxor.


    so do go **** yourself.

    best wishes
     
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  10. Dec 2, 2003 #9

    russ_watters

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    Your attitude needs to change or you won't be here very long.

    And neutroncount - no need to feed the trolls.
     
  11. Dec 2, 2003 #10
    Russ_waters. I'm sorry, once when I wrote to you i thought you were that son of a ***** neutroncount. now i realize that you almost are.

    You see, In my country, troll, is an insult. mostly used by Nazi-*******s, satanists etc. who believe in such creatures.
     
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