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OPINION: What’s in the black hole?

Will you be ready for whatever is to come with, or even out of black holes?
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Will you be ready for whatever is to come with, or even out of black holes?

Earlier this month the science community exploded when the first images of a black hole were taken. This new development got me thinking, what’s in the black hole?

Until this photo no one knew what an actual black hole looked like. Scientists weren’t even completely sure they existed, it was all a theory.

Some people think if we go into a black hole we’ll just die. Others believe that going into a black hole will take us into another dimension in time or space.

I want to have some fun and make some guesses to what I think is the black hole. One guess is that when we go into the black hole, we’ll end up on a new foreign land filled with aliens who all look like Beyoncé.

Another theory is maybe after getting sucked into a black hole, we could all come out like Looney Toon characters or deformed in some way.

What I truly believe is that there is nothing on the other side of black holes. Maybe, if you fall into a black hole you just never come out. What if there is no end point to a black hole? The universe is always expanding and growing, what if black holes just keep growing?

What is also interesting about this discovery is how spot-on the pictures of digitized or drawn black holes are. I mean, the movie “Interstellar” was spot on compared to the real image of the black hole. This is not the first time Hollywood has eerily predicted future events before they happen. Which is a whole other opinion, for a different day.

Whatever ends up being in the black hole will be a question that I may or may not be alive to see answered. I think while we’re doing all this exploring in space people should be ready for whatever comes our way.

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16 Comments

  1. sand johnson sand johnson Tuesday, August 25, 2020

    this is a really stupid article

    • Tiffany Shin Tiffany Shin Tuesday, March 23, 2021

      Hey, don’t say things like that. It might seem a little weird but that doesn’t mean you can say this article is stupid.

  2. salvador salvador Thursday, December 10, 2020

    scary because of the creature that is inside the black hole

  3. Nolan Shockley Nolan Shockley Wednesday, March 3, 2021

    I mean, the thumbnail pic is just for show, but I think the “dimension” theory I think is a possibility. Cool!

  4. ppppp ppppp Tuesday, April 13, 2021

    lol…

    • thaya thaya Tuesday, July 20, 2021

      i like the photo

  5. T T Wednesday, August 18, 2021

    The term “black hole” is an unfortunate misnomer. There is nothing ‘in’ a black hole, and it doesn’t ‘lead’ anywhere, because it isn’t a hole. It’s a gravitational singularity– a solid object with so much mass that its gravity is strong enough to bend light. This is why it’s so difficult to produce an image of one. Nothing is reflected back off of it. If no light is reflected, there’s nothing to see. So all we can look at is the light collapsing around it.

    The only thing coming out of a black hole is Hawking radiation.

    • Creepface Creepface Thursday, December 9, 2021

      Very true. I like to think of black holes as the gluttons of the universe. Did you know that black holes will often “eat” other black holes, combining their masses?

  6. ddd ddd Sunday, August 29, 2021

    im guessing the guy from disturbed figure out how to get to the other side.

    • Brackstoh Brackstoh Thursday, November 11, 2021

      black holes were proven to be real in like 2019

  7. Hi Hi Monday, October 25, 2021

    This fucking bitch

  8. YA-YEET YA-YEET Friday, December 10, 2021

    I’m with him on theory 1 lol

  9. YA-YEET YA-YEET Friday, December 10, 2021

    Also I think Satan is inside there

  10. Sureshbabu Sureshbabu Wednesday, March 2, 2022

    Can’t define what is in our shadow. It’s like a shadow of universe.

    • Nikunj Nikunj Sunday, May 1, 2022

      Black Hole is one of the most mysterious bodies of the Universe so far, so far no direct evidence has been found about them, they are such objects where our knowledge of Physics completely fails.

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