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Hello Friends... I just need a help... I want to kno what happens to the Singularity inside the black hole when it evaporates... Help me out[emoji5] [emoji5] [emoji5]
We can't be sure because we haven't actually studied the inside of a black hole... But the most likely answer is that there isn't a singularity there so the problem doesn't come up.Rishi Tharun said:Hello Friends... I just need a help... I want to kno what happens to the Singularity inside the black hole when it evaporates... Help me out[emoji5] [emoji5] [emoji5]
Will the spacetime return back normal when the black hole evaporates and vanishes?Nugatory said:We can't be sure because we haven't actually studied the inside of a black hole... But the most likely answer is that there isn't a singularity there so the problem doesn't come up.
The equations of general relativity predict a singularity at ##r=0##, but these equations do not allow for quantum mechanical effects that only matter for very small values of ##r##. It is likely that if we did allow for these effects (which are not fully understood - we do not have a complete theory of quantum gravity) prevent a singularity from forming.
That depends on what you mean by "normal" and what you're considering to be not "normal" when the black hole is there... But there won't be anything left behind except the Hawking radiation spreading out through space.Rishi Tharun said:Will the spacetime return back normal when the black hole evaporates and vanishes?
The singularity in a black hole is a point of infinite density and zero volume, where the laws of physics as we know them break down.
The singularity is formed when a massive star collapses under its own gravity, causing its mass to become infinitely dense and creating a black hole.
The event horizon is the point of no return for anything that enters a black hole. Once something crosses the event horizon, it is pulled into the singularity and cannot escape.
No, nothing can escape a black hole once it crosses the event horizon. The extremely strong gravitational pull of the singularity prevents anything from escaping, including light.
A singularity is the point of infinite density at the center of a black hole, while a black hole is the entire region surrounding the singularity where the gravitational pull is so strong that not even light can escape.