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Old 11-17-2003, 12:24 PM   #21
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So wait, if I put some UV lights in my car, will I go faster?
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Old 11-17-2003, 12:25 PM   #22
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Well, as stated above, black is the absence of light, or color. That being said, light travels at a certain speed, from point "A" to point "B". So when all colors of the spectrum, including white is leaving point "A", black is already at point "B"......meaning black is always in front of light or any color...
Either...
A) Black is fat, and too big to move, AND occupying both places at once.
B) it'* still at point A, and a look a like is already at point B, remember it'* not the same black.
C) It'* always a step ahead of light, and purple is reaching for excuses.



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Well, as stated above, black is the absence of light, or color. That being said, light travels at a certain speed, from point "A" to point "B". So when all colors of the spectrum, including white is leaving point "A", black is already at point "B"......meaning black is always in front of light or any color...
Either...
A) Black is fat, and too big to move, AND occupying both places at once.
B) it'* still at point A, and a look a like is already at point B, remember it'* not the same black.
C) It'* always a step ahead of light, and purple is reaching for excuses.



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...I win!! I win!!!

Made him resort to violence...

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Old 11-17-2003, 12:35 PM   #24
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<--everyone else here who finally lost.

"De nile" is not just a river in egypt.
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The star collapses to the point of zero volume and infinite density, creating what is known as a " singularity ". As the density increases, the path of light rays emitted from the star are bent and eventually wrapped irrevocably around the star. Any emitted photons are trapped into an orbit by the intense gravitational field; they will never leave it. Because no light escapes after the star reaches this infinite density, it is called a black hole.


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Black holes are the evolutionary endpoints of stars at least 10 to 15 times as massive as the Sun. If a star that massive or larger undergoes a supernova explosion, it may leave behind a fairly massive burned out stellar remnant. With no outward forces to oppose gravitational forces, the remnant will collapse in on itself. The star eventually collapses to the point of zero volume and infinite density, creating what is known as a " singularity ". As the density increases, the path of light rays emitted from the star are bent and eventually wrapped irrevocably around the star. Any emitted photons are trapped into an orbit by the intense gravitational field; they will never leave it. Because no light escapes after the star reaches this infinite density, it is called a black hole.


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Purple is slowed down escaping from a black whole cause of all the other colors that are holding it back. "Only as fast as your slowest part"
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Black holes are the evolutionary endpoints of stars at least 10 to 15 times as massive as the Sun. If a star that massive or larger undergoes a supernova explosion, it may leave behind a fairly massive burned out stellar remnant. With no outward forces to oppose gravitational forces, the remnant will collapse in on itself. The star eventually collapses to the point of zero volume and infinite density, creating what is known as a " singularity ". As the density increases, the path of light rays emitted from the star are bent and eventually wrapped irrevocably around the star. Any emitted photons are trapped into an orbit by the intense gravitational field; they will never leave it. Because no light escapes after the star reaches this infinite density, it is called a black hole.


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Purple is slowed down escaping from a black whole cause of all the other colors that are holding it back. "Only as fast as your slowest part"
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Any emitted photons are trapped into an orbit by the intense gravitational field; they will never leave it.
vesc = (2GM/R)1/2

For photons, or objects with no mass, we can substitute c (the speed of light) for Vesc and find the Schwarzschild radius, R, to be

R = 2GM/c2

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What on earth??!!?! You speak the language of monkey.

Jason, we can find out if your purple is faster than my red in spring ok?
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What on earth??!!?! You speak the language of monkey.

Jason, we can find out if your purple is faster than my red in spring ok?
Hey, it was fun, okay?
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Sez who? When was the last time you shot purple photon at a black hole? Yeah it'* all THEORETICAL. When YOU shoot a photon into a so called "black hole" and YOU record evidence, that works.

What color is a black light? Yep.. Purple....
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