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they combine to make a mightier black hole
and collapse into a pile of contradiction.
a time travelling car?
It would combine to make a object with more mass therefore less density, maybe. It really depends on the sizes though.
the density would be exactly the same.
the volume might decrease with all the black holed-ness. I regreted putting that up as soon as I had.
"what am I talking about?"
and you dance around, with a look on your face that would suggest you just rifled the cloakroom.
It would make sense I suppose.
you'd get a bigger black hole. the two would attract each other and like, compact up some more and stuff.
they're just a centre of gravity.
I like how Raz didn't mention where he got that idea from...
what happens if you put two supermassive black hole jokes in the same thread?
a super massive black hole's a real thing.
2 supermassive black holes?
are they so strong they actively repel each other? or something?
I don't think they have that high a density. It would probably do nothing.
they have that high a density!?!?!
black holes are incredibly dense! thats the whole point!
why am i getting wound up about physics? oh dear...
I are making potato soup it smells nice the end
they emit more energy than the light of all the stars in the universe combined. Space shivers like a bowl of jelly around them, when gravitational waves spread at light speed
I should know, I fucked up an astrophysics exam today.
according to how they collide, around their peripheries, also depending on their rotation, but in the end if they combine they will just produce a bigger one.......of course there will be variations, they arnt just 'exact' objects just like galaxies arnt or eddies in a river.......so imagine all sorts of ripples and whatever.....basically just forget their 'black holedness' and imagine two entities of enormous mass combining, then remember that they are black holes......they will(combined) have a greater gravitational pull as a result of their having more mass.
I know cos I studied them in the 70's