We all live within the event horizon of a black hole as our universe is a black hole.
So the answer is yes sort of.
A planet would not survive the trip without being ripped apart.
If the energy within the black hole cooled enough after the initial collapse (Big Bang theory) many planets and indeed solar systems would exist.
Have a nice day.
Oh really, prove it.
We can only guess; perhaps what we experience might manifest from a co-existing duality operating both inside and outside of an event horizon; the inner condensing component actually creates the outer inflationary one, courtesy of negative time (recursion); this concept could be applied to all particles, even photons; in which this self-sustaining duality is electromagnetism - the magnetic component existing above the EH, the electric beneath - one creates the other in a mutually dependant event loop; swapping identities @ the EH in a 720 degree cycle.
You are guilty of stating BS as fact, please follow my example and state BS, as BS!
otherwise the FM and a few prominent others will slash yerbutt to burger-meat.
3rd August 2008 - 02:17 PM
For a moment at least.