Thanks anyway but, I didn't say nor otherwise imply that a black hole
couldn't release energy. Perhaps even black holes have to get rid of
certain undesirable or excess elements, a form of black hole
Why do you insist upon taking the lowest road possible?
I believe that's like most folks that are essentially unaware or
knowingly willing to be trekking (brown nose and all) through yet
another social/political and/or religious status quo cesspool of
whatever your mainstream wants yourself and others to think and thereby
to say. Even "Jonathan Silverlight" seems to have thrived on whatever's
at the bottom of the heap rather than taking the positive though
humanly subjective high road, although his next contribution in this
topic seems perfectly rational, meaning believable.
>Strictly speaking, they only release energy from outside the event
>horizon. Once it's inside it's gone, and the BH grows a bit.
This honest notion or subjective interpretation as based upon whatever
observations and/or of those fundamental laws of physics seems a wee
bit more worthy of whatever's actually happening.
If there's not the likes of anti-gravity, then certainly a force of
repulsion must coexist between matter and anti-matter, as otherwise
we'd all be summarily quite dead and gone from a really big bang that
should never have stopped cycling upon itself.
Stellar motions, especially galaxy collectives of such stars and
whatnot seem to have been more or less accomplishing a better job at
their avoiding one another than not. Just the supposed cycle of every
225 million some odd years as having been associated within our Milky
Way offers an example of obtaining a certain threshold of repulsion
instead of total collapse into nearly nothingness and thereby a
grandiose creation reset upon all that's involved. Earth and for the
vast bulk of our solar system having obviously survived many such major
cycles, plus I believe having survived many local cycles as perhaps
associated with orbits of a nearby star system being as frequent as
105,000 years seems to have suggested upon surviving our global reset,
in that our eventual demise isn't a sure thing simply because we've
assimilated into having two suns for a few thousand years at a time
and, if it weren't for the human factor of having shifted our albedo by
several points into being so freaking hot, as such I tend to believe
that we'd have been well along with getting back into a large portion
of mother Earth as having been sub-frozen by now.
Although, next time around this 105,000 year elliptical cycle, it looks
as though we'll not have the fossil fuel reserves as to pollute our
environment with, that plus the near demise of humanity as not having
been capable of accepting one another should have by then taken our
population down to less than 10% of what's currently the case, thus a
global geological reset via getting most everything sufficiently
sub-frozen and thereby ready to as to being ice-carved and eventually
ice-melt flooded for yet another 40 days and nights via the next double
sun period that'll once again have reset the geological terrain of
Earth, carving out the landscape that had previously been filled to the
brim in the past with the natural and artificial erosions as having
been severely expedited by a very arrogant and bigoted humanity that
essentially and without remorse sucked the very life out of their own
Perhaps by then we'll each have established those Maxwell Smart "cone
of silence" about ourselves, so that being an actual village idiot of a
heathen moron (such as a certain residenrt warlord) as to creating our
mutual demise will not really matter.
BTW; the usenet V-Chip has once again sucked this channel or internet
pathway into another spermware black hole of yet another damage-control
form of space-toilet physics and their science of evidence exclusions
once again, whereas the throughput is downright lousy at best and
otherwise unusable for text, thus imagine what impact it's having upon
all the extremely graphic smut throughput.
Life on Venus, Township w/Bridge and ET/UFO Park-n-Ride Tarmac:
The Russian/China LSE-CM/ISS (Lunar Space Elevator)
Venus ETs, plus the updated sub-topics; Brad Guth / GASA-IEIS
"In war there are no rules" - Brad Guth