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(Huffington Post)   Black holes may explode into white holes, and pour all their matter into space. Giggity   (huffingtonpost.com ) divider line 51
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2014-07-19 06:11:23 PM  
4.bp.blogspot.com

So he might come back?
 
2014-07-19 07:31:03 PM  
www.reactiongifs.com
 
2014-07-19 07:48:48 PM  
Dropping loads!!!
 
2014-07-19 07:51:20 PM  
That's reincarnation.
 
2014-07-19 07:53:42 PM  
They're probably the basic tectonic plate of their primarily governing force for regions or relative velocities. Something that somehow allows the eventual galactic collisions to more properly separate so as to be a sort of continual pilot light for the proper mixture rates, probably only showing up in consistent locations as a time traveling incursion of outer galactic spatial material undergoing states of compression that is different enough to allow their non-sparkly intersects through stars and nebulous material without flinging things outside the regular patterns of orbital trajectories, and whiteholes are likely more of the origin of similar matter like former stellar neighbors that the black holes interlink an obtuse distribution of orbital decay and disperse as their displacement of matter closer to a stronger different black hole aperture gradient.
 
2014-07-19 07:58:21 PM  

Xxplosiv: They're probably the basic tectonic plate of their primarily governing force for regions or relative velocities. Something that somehow allows the eventual galactic collisions to more properly separate so as to be a sort of continual pilot light for the proper mixture rates, probably only showing up in consistent locations as a time traveling incursion of outer galactic spatial material undergoing states of compression that is different enough to allow their non-sparkly intersects through stars and nebulous material without flinging things outside the regular patterns of orbital trajectories, and whiteholes are likely more of the origin of similar matter like former stellar neighbors that the black holes interlink an obtuse distribution of orbital decay and disperse as their displacement of matter closer to a stronger different black hole aperture gradient.


^This.
 
2014-07-19 08:48:21 PM  

Xxplosiv: They're probably the basic tectonic plate of their primarily governing force for regions or relative velocities. Something that somehow allows the eventual galactic collisions to more properly separate so as to be a sort of continual pilot light for the proper mixture rates, probably only showing up in consistent locations as a time traveling incursion of outer galactic spatial material undergoing states of compression that is different enough to allow their non-sparkly intersects through stars and nebulous material without flinging things outside the regular patterns of orbital trajectories, and whiteholes are likely more of the origin of similar matter like former stellar neighbors that the black holes interlink an obtuse distribution of orbital decay and disperse as their displacement of matter closer to a stronger different black hole aperture gradient.


Finally...someone who speaks English!
 
2014-07-19 08:51:28 PM  
But what is it?
 
2014-07-19 08:55:50 PM  
must be kinda like a bit zit or something
 
2014-07-19 08:58:51 PM  

Migrating Coconut: But what is it?


Localized domination of the spatial deterioration in the only form of chaotic spatial interleaving upheavals of energies closest representative to mass that improvise spatial orientations or orbital velocity characteristics determining resistance to both reaching a complete stop and interacting with the barrier that defines the speed of light.
 
2014-07-19 08:59:35 PM  

Migrating Coconut: But what is it?


Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.
 
2014-07-19 09:01:03 PM  

Migrating Coconut: But what is it?


it's called bukkake, but that's not important right now
 
2014-07-19 09:02:47 PM  

Xxplosiv: They're probably the basic tectonic plate of their primarily governing force for regions or relative velocities. Something that somehow allows the eventual galactic collisions to more properly separate so as to be a sort of continual pilot light for the proper mixture rates, probably only showing up in consistent locations as a time traveling incursion of outer galactic spatial material undergoing states of compression that is different enough to allow their non-sparkly intersects through stars and nebulous material without flinging things outside the regular patterns of orbital trajectories, and whiteholes are likely more of the origin of similar matter like former stellar neighbors that the black holes interlink an obtuse distribution of orbital decay and disperse as their displacement of matter closer to a stronger different black hole aperture gradient.


Meow's smarty pants older brother?
 
2014-07-19 09:06:15 PM  

jm105: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.


Haven't you ever seen a gravity host before? whats funnier is the catalyzation of gravity that would need to occur for such phenomena, due to the matter leaving it, taking large portions of mass with it while probably being pressed by the proximity to density-acceleration.
 
2014-07-19 09:06:43 PM  
info.umkc.edu
 
2014-07-19 09:10:08 PM  
Meow's smarty pants older brother?

just another bored-oar-line retort with a memory problem.
 
2014-07-19 09:12:50 PM  

jm105: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.


A white hole?
 
2014-07-19 09:30:57 PM  

RoyFokker'sGhost: jm105: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.

A white hole?


Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. A black hole sucks time and matter out of the universe: a white hole returns it.
 
2014-07-19 09:45:28 PM  

Torqueknot: Xxplosiv: They're probably the basic tectonic plate of their primarily governing force for regions or relative velocities. Something that somehow allows the eventual galactic collisions to more properly separate so as to be a sort of continual pilot light for the proper mixture rates, probably only showing up in consistent locations as a time traveling incursion of outer galactic spatial material undergoing states of compression that is different enough to allow their non-sparkly intersects through stars and nebulous material without flinging things outside the regular patterns of orbital trajectories, and whiteholes are likely more of the origin of similar matter like former stellar neighbors that the black holes interlink an obtuse distribution of orbital decay and disperse as their displacement of matter closer to a stronger different black hole aperture gradient.

Meow's smarty pants older brother?


It's like someone took Meow and went all Flowers for Algernon on him.
 
2014-07-19 09:47:30 PM  

fusillade762: It's like someone took Meow and went all Flowers for Algernon on him.


He needs to rein it in a little, it's getting to be something of an annoying, persistent threadjack in the Geek Tab.
 
2014-07-19 09:51:41 PM  
That's a really long description of a bleached asshole.
 
2014-07-19 09:58:17 PM  
Once in college when I was hammered and maybe a little high I had this thought that maybe black holes could go the other way, and that maybe that's what the Big Bang was.

Proving once again that alcohol and pot bring out the truth in more ways than one.

/csb
 
2014-07-19 10:01:19 PM  

ABQGOD: RoyFokker'sGhost: jm105: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.

A white hole?

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. A black hole sucks time and matter out of the universe: a white hole returns it.


What if what we see as a long-existing black hole in our universe manifests itself as an instantaneously exploding white hole in another?

And in that universe, subby didn't fail in his duty to use the obvious "your mom" angle in the headline?
 
2014-07-19 10:31:22 PM  

ABQGOD: RoyFokker'sGhost: jm105: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.

A white hole?

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. A black hole sucks time and matter out of the universe: a white hole returns it.


So that thing's spewing time back into the universe?
 
2014-07-19 10:58:32 PM  

theorellior: fusillade762: It's like someone took Meow and went all Flowers for Algernon on him.

He needs to rein it in a little, it's getting to be something of an annoying, persistent threadjack in the Geek Tab.


Persistence? I ping my disproportionately located destination and move on, there's no way I'd hang around and intentionally wrench the faulty charm of a good conversation.
 
2014-07-19 11:13:55 PM  

Dimensio: ABQGOD: RoyFokker'sGhost: jm105: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.

A white hole?

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. A black hole sucks time and matter out of the universe: a white hole returns it.

So that thing's spewing time back into the universe?


So what is it?

Only Joking.
 
2014-07-19 11:27:17 PM  

Metaluna Mutant: Dimensio: ABQGOD: RoyFokker'sGhost: jm105: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.

A white hole?

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. A black hole sucks time and matter out of the universe: a white hole returns it.

So that thing's spewing time back into the universe?

So what is it?

Only Joking.


Ah, now we've gone round once.
 
2014-07-19 11:39:56 PM  

doofusgumby: Metaluna Mutant: Dimensio: ABQGOD: RoyFokker'sGhost: jm105: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.

A white hole?

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. A black hole sucks time and matter out of the universe: a white hole returns it.

So that thing's spewing time back into the universe?

So what is it?

Only Joking.

Ah, now we've gone round once.


Took us long enough....these young farkers have no appreciation for the classics, I tell ya.
 
2014-07-20 01:06:02 AM  

Xxplosiv: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Localized domination of the spatial deterioration in the only form of chaotic spatial interleaving upheavals of energies closest representative to mass that improvise spatial orientations or orbital velocity characteristics determining resistance to both reaching a complete stop and interacting with the barrier that defines the speed of light.


...but that's not important right now.
 
2014-07-20 01:14:42 AM  

Metaluna Mutant: Dimensio: ABQGOD: RoyFokker'sGhost: jm105: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.

A white hole?

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. A black hole sucks time and matter out of the universe: a white hole returns it.

So that thing's spewing time back into the universe?

So what is it?

Only Joking.


Someone shut him up!
 
2014-07-20 01:29:26 AM  

Xxplosiv: They're probably the basic tectonic plate of their primarily governing force for regions or relative velocities. Something that somehow allows the eventual galactic collisions to more properly separate so as to be a sort of continual pilot light for the proper mixture rates, probably only showing up in consistent locations as a time traveling incursion of outer galactic spatial material undergoing states of compression that is different enough to allow their non-sparkly intersects through stars and nebulous material without flinging things outside the regular patterns of orbital trajectories, and whiteholes are likely more of the origin of similar matter like former stellar neighbors that the black holes interlink an obtuse distribution of orbital decay and disperse as their displacement of matter closer to a stronger different black hole aperture gradient.


I read this in Morgan Freeman's voice.
 
2014-07-20 02:13:47 AM  
Mists
of mistiness complicated into knots and clots that barge about
and bump on one another and explode into more mist, or don't,
mist of energy most scientific
 
2014-07-20 02:15:15 AM  

jm105: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.


s13.postimg.org
 
2014-07-20 03:12:35 AM  

Dimensio: ABQGOD: RoyFokker'sGhost: jm105: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.

A white hole?

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. A black hole sucks time and matter out of the universe: a white hole returns it.

So that thing's spewing time back into the universe?


Yes. Exactly. Back. Into the universe. See, nobody has ever seen a white hole (or fountain), so odds are that either they are a false concept or there hasn't been enough time for a black hole to become a white fountain -- which could be, especially if time is what is needed to fill up a black hole -- or what goes into a black hole merely falls to the center of the expanding universe.

What I'm suggesting is to picture gravity as an effect of the expansion of the universe, not unlike acceleration vs. drag. And since acceleration cannot be measured without time as a component, you have a link between time and gravity. Which means when you have something that has incredible amounts of gravity, it also has incredible amounts of time. This is already known in physics, since it has been proven that objects in a gravity well experience time slower than those outside of such, and that similar effects happen when you accelerate an object, but consider that if all black holes are merely points of resistance to the expansion of the universe, then they bend backward in time and anything that goes into them moves in that direction, too. The event horizon is just where all forward motion through time ends. We already know there appears to be or have been more matter in the universe than can be accounted for in what's visible. The effect of mass that is lagging behind the universe could be from what has passed and will pass into black holes. Now, if all black holes do is funnel matter and energy from the event horizon of the universe backwards, then might they not simply dump out all of that at the same point (say, the beginning of time)?

So that would be where the missing white fountain is: the Big Bang. Minus any evaporation into Hawking Radiation, of course.

Really. I have the calculations around here somewhere...
 
2014-07-20 04:36:55 AM  
While I am certain there is some scientific rational for this phenomenon, it sounds too much like wishful thinking. Maybe it is this, maybe it is something else.

That being said I did not realize gravity could affect time.  It affects light and matter, certainly, but I didn't realize it affected time.

Does that make gravity the dominant force in the universe?
 
2014-07-20 07:18:19 AM  

Xxplosiv: theorellior: fusillade762: It's like someone took Meow and went all Flowers for Algernon on him.

He needs to rein it in a little, it's getting to be something of an annoying, persistent threadjack in the Geek Tab.

Persistence? I ping my disproportionately located destination and move on, there's no way I'd hang around and intentionally wrench the faulty charm of a good conversation.



All irregularities will be handled by the forces controlling each dimension. Transuranic heavy elements may not be used where there is life. Medium atomic weights are available: Gold, Lead, Copper, Jet, Diamond, Radium, Sapphire, Silver and Steel. Sapphire and Steel have been assigned.
 
2014-07-20 09:26:09 AM  
Skeet skeet skeet!
 
2014-07-20 09:34:08 AM  
Where the white holes at?
 
2014-07-20 09:53:45 AM  

doofusgumby: Metaluna Mutant: Dimensio: ABQGOD: RoyFokker'sGhost: jm105: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.

A white hole?

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. A black hole sucks time and matter out of the universe: a white hole returns it.

So that thing's spewing time back into the universe?

So what is it?

Only Joking.

Ah, now we've gone round once.


So we're agreed then.
 
2014-07-20 10:05:56 AM  

jm105: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.


In my experience they are pink.

/My long experience.
//Some would say a deep interest.
 
2014-07-20 10:10:11 AM  

Ambivalence: While I am certain there is some scientific rational for this phenomenon, it sounds too much like wishful thinking. Maybe it is this, maybe it is something else.

That being said I did not realize gravity could affect time.  It affects light and matter, certainly, but I didn't realize it affected time.

Does that make gravity the dominant force in the universe?


No. Dark Energy is splitting the Universe apart. (See: the Hubble Constant. We don't understand what causes it, but the results are consistent in all of our observations.)
 
2014-07-20 10:46:06 AM  

FarkingReading: That's a really long description of a bleached asshole.


wickedimproper.com
 
2014-07-20 10:10:26 PM  

Xxplosiv: They're probably the basic tectonic plate of their primarily governing force for regions or relative velocities. Something that somehow allows the eventual galactic collisions to more properly separate so as to be a sort of continual pilot light for the proper mixture rates, probably only showing up in consistent locations as a time traveling incursion of outer galactic spatial material undergoing states of compression that is different enough to allow their non-sparkly intersects through stars and nebulous material without flinging things outside the regular patterns of orbital trajectories, and whiteholes are likely more of the origin of similar matter like former stellar neighbors that the black holes interlink an obtuse distribution of orbital decay and disperse as their displacement of matter closer to a stronger different black hole aperture gradient.


Pocket Ninja, is that you?
 
2014-07-20 10:18:23 PM  

Grotesk: This is already known in physics, since it has been proven that objects in a gravity well experience time slower than those outside of such...


Not exactly.
 
2014-07-20 11:29:56 PM  
Xxplosiv may end up being the first and only member of my ignore list.
I'm actually pretty sure his word-salad posts qualify as spam under the Fark posting rules.
 
2014-07-20 11:52:51 PM  
Somebody found out they don't like words even as much as they post them, ensnared eyebrow fray.
 
2014-07-20 11:55:31 PM  
*postulate hypotheses within them

I wish I could spam, it looks like this place has an auto-squeegee of sorts, I might be able to learn out conversation immediately!
 
2014-07-21 12:24:10 AM  

Bondith: doofusgumby: Metaluna Mutant: Dimensio: ABQGOD: RoyFokker'sGhost: jm105: Migrating Coconut: But what is it?

Something no one has ever seen before: a white hole.

A white hole?

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. A black hole sucks time and matter out of the universe: a white hole returns it.

So that thing's spewing time back into the universe?

So what is it?

Only Joking.

Ah, now we've gone round once.

So we're agreed then.


I believe we have encountered the middle of this conversation
 
2014-07-21 01:09:38 AM  
Whiteholespewingtimeenginesdeadairsupplylowadviseplease.
 
2014-07-21 05:50:41 AM  
We now return to The Boring World of Niels Bohr.
 
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