Spaghettification Lab

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Black holes are some of unusual and most interesting objects found in outer space. The first thing I learned, black holes are objects of the greatest density due to the strong gravity because mater has been squeezed into a tiny space. With the black holes relationships with mass and gravity, they have an extremely powerful gravitational force that even light cannot escape from their grasp if it comes near enough. Second thing I learned is about the inner region of a black hole, where its mass lies, is known as its singularity, the single pint in space-time where the mass of the black hole is concentrated. The third thing I learned that I found the most fascinating is if the earth ever falls into a black hole, one of the effect that will happen is “spaghettification,” which means if objects come too close to a black hole, it will stretch out, just like a spaghetti. This effect is brought about by a gravitational gradient across the object or a body. For example, if earth comes too close to a black hole, the nearest part of the planet will be pulled by an enormous gravitational pull, while leaving the farthest part with a small gravitational force. The fourth thing I learned is that the new hypothesis suggests that anything that touches a black hole will become an…show more content…
Another piece in the article I found that is very interesting is spaghettification. Just imagine being sucked into a black hole and feel the increasing force trying to pull your body apart from head to toe, ripping you into little pieces. You would be in so much agony you wished you were dead. If the earth ever get pulled into a black hole, I don't think that might be optimal for our lives because of the lack of light, much less photosynthesis, slower oxygen, and the unlikeliness that a planet would survive the black hole’s
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