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    small such as wild fires or sink holes. These natural hazards seem large to us but compered to a black hole they are extremely minute. The idea of earth being swallowed by a black hole is terrifying one. One of the things that we fear most about black holes is how little we know about them. We know that they have incredibly strong gravitational force. By the time you got anywhere near it your atoms would have been ground up and used to fuel the black hole. It is this fear of the unknown that is the scariest thing about a black hole. How could we mitigate the effects of a force of nature that eats stars? Further explanation Black holes are suns that have collapsed in on them selves because they have gained to much…

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    Black holes are thought to be born from stars or other massive objects that collapse from their own gravity to form an object whose density is infinite. Once all the dying stars’ fuel for nuclear burning has run out, what’s life is the core; In a black hole, otherwise known as a singularity. The space surrounding the singularity, where the escape velocity must be equivalent to the speed of light is what’s called the event horizon; or “the point of no return.” (Seidel). Speculation of black holes…

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    A black hole is defined by the force it would take to escape the gravitational pull of the black hole.gravitational pull exerted upon an object. Anything that wants to escape earth's gravitational pull must go at least 11 km/s, no matter what it is. The escape velocity of an object depends on how compact it is. A black hole is an area of extremely high gravity where it is impossible for even light to escape. Black holes are formed when huge amounts of matter are condensed into small…

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    was until black holes were discovered. These collections of matter hold the seemingly supernatural effect to alter time as we know it. A black hole is a star that has collapsed and become so dense that it creates a gravitational field strong enough that nothing, not even light, can escape. When a star dies it leaves behind a very dense remnant core. If the core’s mass is more than three times the mass of the sun, the force of gravity will then overpower the other forces, thus creating a black…

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    A black hole is a place in space where gravity pulls so much that even light cannot get out. The gravity is so strong because matter has been squeezed into a tiny space. This can happen when a star is dying. Because no light can get out, people can't see black holes. They are invisible. Space telescopes with special tools can help find black holes. The special tools can see how stars that are very close to black holes act differently than other stars. Black holes can be big or small. Scientists…

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    One of the most strange and interesting things in my opinion is called a black hole. The most interesting thing about them is that they can completely make something disappear but the item keeps it's original mass. That is why I will be writing about black holes in this paper. People have been studying black holes for a long time. In 1915 Albert Einstein published his theory on black holes. But the same year Karl Schwarzschild proved that theory correct. And people have performed more and more…

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    Noah Yeasted A black hole is a large amount of matter in a small space. Black holes are one of the things that can be left over after a larger star dies. The other thing a larger star can become after it dies is a neutron star. A white dwarf is created after a smaller star dies. The only way for a star to become a black hole is if the star was 10-15 times more massive than the sun. The diameter of a black hole is approximately the diameter of New York City. A black hole’s gravitational pull is…

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    In the short film, Black Hole the protagonist creates technology in the form of a black hole, and uses it to help satisfy his curiosity and then greed. Ultimately, he is consumed by his own creation, greed, and becomes a victim of undesirable revenge effects. Simply by the setting of the short film the viewers can conclude that the actor may be at the office by himself around three in the morning, based on the clock in the background of the film. These details are noticeable because it was a…

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    The desire to fit in sometimes makes people do desperate things but are the actions we make worth the outcome of happiness or satisfaction? The theme that best applies to the story “Black holes and Basketball Sneakers” by Lori Aurelia Williams and the poem “Please Don't take Air Jordans” is, The desire to fit in sometimes makes people do desperate things. The passage “Black holes and Basketball Sneakers” is about a boy named Malik who joined a gang so he could get a pair of sneakers and the…

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    maybe a Black Hole. Innumerable amounts of people have grown a phobia of black holes. This can mainly be blamed on the fact that numerous amounts of famous Hollywood films show black holes as being a vacuum of the cosmos, pulling in any and everything that crosses its path. However, science has proven that black holes are only of significant danger if a floating object were to get…

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