Black Holes: Monsters of the Cosmos

29 Aug , 2013 by Video

It’s a new Symphony of Science video from melodysheep (aka John D. Boswell). It features Neil deGrasse Tyson, Lawrence Krauss, Michio Kaku, and Morgan Freeman. It’s about black holes.

‘Nuff said. Enjoy!

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Alwayslookingup
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Alwayslookingup
August 30, 2013 12:42 AM

That was so f@$#%ng tight!!! Loved it!!!

robst247
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August 30, 2013 10:29 AM

very silly

Prism2Spectrum
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Prism2Spectrum
September 3, 2013 3:44 PM
Monsters? Black Holes, resent astronomy piece indicates, influenced the star populations of early galaxies. Referenced, was the curious relationship between BH-mass and central galactic Bulges. Intriguing to me, is the possibility they perform some regulating–controlling function. As by design, not strange coincidence of time. From brilliant accretion-disk to powerful outflows, huge stellar systems powered by relatively tiny Dynamos–huge in working-impact? They’ve been described as mighty “Engines”. Strong driving forces, for maintaining galactic complexes, they seem built. In spiral elegance, or elliptical grace, how do these weighty compact nuclei, “shape” enormous stellar space? By invisible measure, or unseen setting, do they “switch on”, with periodicity, then turn off, like machine mechanisms? As stars burn-down, and explode out, do these… Read more »
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