World Science Scholars
1.1 What are Black Holes?

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Clint MacDonald
Many tings its a rock in water of space time and a wormhole to another dimension for energy.
fahd b
Congratulation for Noble prizwe
Robert Ralston
There was a lot of information (mass) condensed into this lecture, things to think about, so I'm thinking this lecture has a Schwarzchild radius
Bobby Dylan Brooks
Black holes objects whos pull of gravity are so tense that light does not escape . could black holes also be field particle generators ? setting the media for propagation of light threw the gravitational wave fields ? does this point to a still undiscovered key to the bigger picture of unification .
A S M Imam Hossain
Black hole is an object have mass and gravity is strong enough that light cannot escape.

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