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Evolution Of Black Holes

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Posted by MrOKL on November 27, 2000 13:25:12 UTC

i would like some replies here(i dont mind a long reply), question by question hopefully or u can also gimme some links!



ok questions:

1.Does the star which form the black hole become a white dwarf, then a neutron star, then a black hole?

2.if so, does the impact of each "state"(eg. solid, liquid, gas) of the star affect the other state?
eg. white dwarf has some impact on the neutron star

3.how does each state move from one state to another?
eg. Solid to liquid: Atoms/molecules drift further apart

4.what issit for the star?
the protons, electrons first leave the star due to gravity? does it even leave the star? since the gravity slowly grows as it enters each state, where do the protons/electrons go? it cant leave the star(neutron star)[mebbe its a misconcept that i think a neutron star is totally made up of neutrons]

5. wat is a neutron star? totally made up of neutrons?

6. wat will happen if the neutron star collides with somethin(eg.earth)?

7. wat will happen if the white dwarf collides with somethin(eg.earth)?

8. does the gravity change from one state to another or does it suddenly grow large? (eg. slamming the door shut to close the door, or pushing a door to close it slowly)

9. if the black hole forms by state to state, how long will it take? and how long does it take from one state to transform to the other?

10. does the black hole move? if so, randomly or in a particular manner(eg. earth's orbit around earth)?

ok i have many more but i guess thats all for now...

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