How Scientists Are Making 'Sonic' Black Holes in a Lab

How Scientists Are Making 'Sonic' Black Holes in a Lab

40 thoughts on “How Scientists Are Making 'Sonic' Black Holes in a Lab

  1. You know that you might be able to breathe in space
    Have you ever tried it before?
    It could be a power that only you possess

  2. You just wore that shirt a few videos ago? Buy a different shirt for each video in my honest opinion. Thx!

  3. Breaking News:
    Scientists initiated a black hole!

    The user for this account was consumed by the black hole.

  4. Re: Hawking radiation- this is kind of a picky/nit point, but, there are currently zero black holes that are emitting and Hawking radiation, nor will there be for trillions of years. The background temperature is simply too high for this to happen.

    Which, i suppose, is another good reason to study it in a lab- if we could make micro black holes in a particle accelerator, etc, then it would conceivably emit such.

    Interesting experiment here, too.


  5. We all know atomic vibration is not the same as electromagnetic "vibration", though.
    Also, the scales of experiment are incomparable.

  6. Short Answer : Scientists have no clue what they're doing and they're just experimenting with random shit.

  7. It just occured to me, what about gravitational waves? We know for sure those exist now, and that producing the energy to create them consumes a significant portion of the mass of merging black holes when those are the trigger.

    If the indestructability of quantum information is true, how does it say we could theoretically extract the information about the makeup of the mass that was converted into that wave?

    The theoretical mechanism for Hawking Radiation is, or at least was, entanglement. To my knowledge that requires something that can exist as a particle, though, and we haven't been able to demonstrate the graviton as yet. Even the LHC hasn't managed it.

    I'm pretty sure you can't entangle something that exists exclusively as a wave.

  8. sorry , virtual particles do not Pop in from empty space. nice recital though on information gathered which you believe is true even though pyshics is not unified and just repeating something you read to others does not mean you know what you are talking about, you and your physics leaders will never know that way they can keep getting money to repeat

  9. If virtual particles are popping into existence, doesn’t that seem analogous to the situation where a 3 dimensional object moves through a 2 dimensional plane, and is seen by a “flat lander” as popping into existence?
    Or, is there no spoon?

  10. I believe their on a right path. The faster an object travels the heavier it is. So supersonic or fast speeds would greatly amplify the weight of the mass.

  11. A black hole's temperature is proportional to its event horizon, while electromagnetism has proven to be proportional to temperature, meaning a black hole's charge and temperature both obey the Golden Ratio which has turned out to not be entirely random, but expresses a multidimensional equation. At the same time, the mathematics for Relativity have turned out to be indistinguishable from those used in thermodynamics, meaning the physicists and mathematicians will have prove that all their mathematics are not thermodynamic to begin with. Assuming all our mathematics and physics describe thermodynamics, the question is not whether we can prove a black hole has a temperature, but whether anyone can prove that anything doesn't have a temperature. A perfect vacuum is impossible, implying that asking if a black hole has a temperature is merely begging the question.

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