Do Black holes die?

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qzzq

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It does take a while though. <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> <p> </p><p>***</p> </div>
 
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mooware

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<font color="yellow">"It dies then? "</font><br /><br />I guess in a manner of speaking it does. If it dessipates to non-existance..<br /><br />
 
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igorsboss

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Fill in the blank...<br /><br />Old black holes never die; they just _______...
 
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heyscottie

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...fade away?<br /><br />...smell that way?<br /><br />...evaporate through Hawking Radiation?<br /><br />...suck all the good ideas for new TV shows from Earth?<br /><br />...cause the Cubs to miss out on the World Series?
 
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chip5541

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I was thinking if they don't go away then you could say that Black Holes are the age spots of the universe.
 
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rocketbodypart

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I think they dont die- but they become something else that we havent quite figured out yet. They may be the adhesive that actually holds things together in one way or another.
 
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mooware

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<font color="yellow">"Old black holes never die; they just _______... "</font><br /><br />Umm, let me see if I can figure this one out? hmmm, Fade away?<br />
 
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mooware

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<font color="yellow">"I think they dont die- but they become something else that we havent quite figured out yet."</font><br /><br />Interesting scientific analysis. I think someday, we may not quite figure it out.<br /><br />
 
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neutron_star6

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So, they just lie there in a state of non existence or do they actually just dissapate.
 
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mooware

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<font color="yellow">"So, they just lie there in a state of non existence or do they actually just dissapate"</font><br /><br />I'm no scientist, but how can you lay there in a state of non existance? <br /><br />The very nature of non-existance means... it is not there! So, as I understand it, a black hole dessipates until it is no longer there. Hence, non-existance..<br /><br />
 
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neutron_star6

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Not in a state of non-existence just lie dormant. Some I believe have been know to do that. And maybe these black holes could just be what the beginning of it was in a sense.
 
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qzzq

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Massive black holes, like the ones we find at the center of galaxies and globular clusters, weighing billions of solar masses, take about ten thousand trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion years to die away. <br /><br />That's what I meant with a while. <div class="Discussion_UserSignature"> <p> </p><p>***</p> </div>
 
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mooware

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Wow, I'll be really old by then! <img src="/images/icons/wink.gif" /><br />
 
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