Skip to comments.Powerful Magnetic Fields Surrounding Black Hole Are Strong Enough to Resist Gravity
Posted on 03/25/2021 11:23:42 AM PDT by Red Badger
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I posed a similar question to my kids (they like that sort of thing). If you pour a huge mass of charged particles into a black hole, what would that do to the event horizon?
It’s amazing how much stuff they can make up from seeing a meter kick or a line on a photograph.
When I let go of a magnet, it falls to the ground.
Only if there IS GROUND................
True, but in the case of no ground, letting go doesn’t do anything because there is no ground to fall to. I have to throw it somewhere or keep it with me, hence the jet.
The implication made by the author in this article seems to be that under enough gravity, the E and M in light are decoupled, an understanding of which may lead us closer to developing a unified field theory.
I view it as a towel full of water that you wring out. As you twist the towel the water comes out. But if you coat both sides of the towel with a solid coating the water will come out the ends....................
A photo of Michelle Obama’s colon?
Hmm, well, there would be a remnant of every particle on the surface of the black hole, like a 2-d projection of the 3-d particle. Since the charge of the particle counts as information, and the black hole can’t destroy information, the charges must remain on the surface of the black hole, probably contributing to the field around the black hole, since it is spinning and therefore charges on the surface would create a magnetic field.
Makes sense, and I’d venture a guess that the measure of what comes out of those ends is scalar to what goes in elsewhere. Sort of like the residue theorem in complex analysis - you can compute real integrals simply by adding up evaluations performed at singularities.
Kerr-Newman toroidal spatial warp? The donut black hole with the flat singularity in which the tidal forces cancel?? Mouth of a wormhole??? Time travel portal????
I’d be content with a really, really big bang.
Powerful Magnetic Fields Surrounding Black Hole Are Strong Enough to Resist Gravity.................. If Magnetic Force is STRONGER than the Gravity Force, even from a Black Hole, then magnets are or can be made more powerful than we thought...................
If the source of stellar power is fusion, that’s at least suggestive that we can’t reproduce controlled fusion conditions inside a building on Earth. Analogously, natural magnetic fields are unlikely to be matched by artificial ones.
No, but the never-ending stream of grant money will.......................
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Electromagnetism is 1039 orders of magnitude stronger than gravity. That’s 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 times stronger than gravity.
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