Dangerous 'naked' black holes could be hiding in the universe

The report concludes with "Finding a naked singularity out in the wild would be a major revelation in physics. We would be able to point to a location on the sky where we know that our knowledge breaks down. More detailed studies of the environment around a confirmed naked singularity would divulge some of the deepest mysteries of the universe."

The catchy title of this article could be interpreted *Dangerous* because the Earth will collide with one of these new black hole models :) Other reports on the solar system claim 30 billion years before giant planets in the outer region can be ejected and likely 100 billion years from now that last planet survivor of our solar system gets ejected too :) https://skyandtelescope.org/astronomy-news/the-eventual-fate-of-our-solar-system/

Perhaps a new ejection time calculation is needed using this new black hole model :)

Here is the livescience report on how long the solar system may last, https://www.livescience.com/solar-system-will-disintegrate-sooner-than-thought.html

100 billion years, a very long time but I note this in the report,
"But that's a lot trickier than it might seem. The greater the number of bodies that are involved in a dynamical system, interacting with each other, the more complicated that system grows and the harder it is to predict. This is called the N-body problem.

Because of this complexity, it's impossible to make deterministic predictions of the orbits of solar system objects past certain timescales. Beyond about five to 10 million years, certainty flies right out the window."

Time to factor in the new black hole model with *naked singularity* :)
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