Black Hole Infinity has arrived

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Black Hole Infinity has arrived

Unread post by Cargo » Thu Mar 30, 2023 5:55 am

How ridiculous must it get before the game is up.
Black hole ‘bigger than the majority of galaxies in the universe’ discovered
The celestial phenomenon is estimated to have a mass more than 30 billions times that of the Sun
Fire up the Calculator boffins, the gravity waves we'll detect from this thing are coming. Soon. In theory.
An ‘ultramassive’ black hole described as being on the “upper limit” of how big the cosmic bodies can theoretically become has been discovered by UK scientists, according to a study published on Wednesday by the Royal Astronomical Society.

A team from Durham University led by Dr. James Nightingale says that the black hole was discovered using a technique called gravitational lensing, which enables the observation of phenomena in the distant universe by detecting how they interact with passing light.

Nightingale said discovering this black hole was “extremely exciting” given that it is “roughly 30 billion times the mass of our sun” – a size, he says, which places it high on the scale of how big modern science understands that black holes can become.

It's bloody ULTRA I tell you! Step back. But we know no limits, so let's just say it's pretty "high" on the scale, which goes on forever of course. From Nothing you can every Everything. Big Bang is like Big Bank, just another Black Hole. ... discovered
interstellar filaments conducted electricity having currents as high as 10 thousand billion amperes
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Re: Black is the Color

Unread post by Demosophist » Wed May 10, 2023 8:08 pm

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