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what do you thinks this would do 1. crush all chaotic being's inside into a singularity the size of a molecule or 2. just screw the imperium even more?
It would probably do precisely nothing.
1. The eye of terror is millions of times bigger than any star. A black hole within the eye of terror would simply not be large enough to do anything.
2. The centre of the eye has an extremely sketchy set of laws of physics. If the Chaos Gods don't want a black hole there, they can snap their fingers and close it.
3. How do you create a black hole?
40k fluff, as far as I'm aware, never mentions black holes at all, so they're not a big part of the fluff. Personally, I think it would be cool to have an army/chapter coming from a world close to a black hole. They'd probably wind up being insane death cultists.
Last edited by The_Giant_Mantis; March 26th, 2006 at 11:17.
Well a glalaxy is a big place, even if you could create a black hole in the eye of terror it would take millions of years for it to suck in an area as large as the eye. And even than, supposidly the EoT exists beyond just our own demension so perhaps it wouldn't do anything at all.
EDIT: lol Mantis beat me to it by a few seconds
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Well, if you're asking how they're formed, basically a huge star goes supernova, and after the huge explosion, it sucks itself back in, which, in a few thousand years, would happen to our sun if it was much larger.Originally Posted by The_Giant_Mantis
So if there was a star inside the EoT and it blew up, sure, a black hole would form... but unless the EoT is a lot smaller than the center of our galaxy, it wouldn't be enough to suck it all in (at least not for a few million years). And, of course, Nurgle could just say, hey, a black hole, I'll turn it into a huge ball of lard!Well, actually, black holes can be between 2" and 8' wide (of course, scientists have no actual way to look at a black hole because light can't escape its pull, hence black hole).1. crush all chaotic being's inside into a singularity the size of a molecule
The center of our galaxy is a black hole, and it's been there for trillions of years without sucking us into it, but the stars are slowly revolving around it and moving closer...
Firstly, you can't just create a black hole. A star needs to die and be much larger than our sun. Also, the eye of terror is in the warp, a black hole probably wouldn't do much. Secondly, black holes are all over the galaxy and take forrever to get anything done. Besides the fact that the chaos god could probably just move it.
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This is one of those pointless topics, that mix appallingly bad science with poor appreciation of the way the 40K universe works.
I am inclined to open my own version of a Black Hole on it and watch it spin down into the Event Horizon of Locked and eventually Deleted silly threads.
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Or maybe he was just bored and thought the question was worth getting an answer to? Also there is no such thing as an Event Horizon
black holes don't suck so unless something were pushed into its event horizon purposly it would do nothing to surrouning matter
My god, all the fallacies!
I am not going to wast time here, but anyone wishing a crash course in black holes and relativity just PM me.
As for Black Hole inside the Eye of Terror. Who knows, there probably would be a few in a region of space that large. Remember though that the eye cannot really be called space anymore, nor do the laws of physics operate there as we understand them here.
I have a wuestion though:
How many Daemons can dance on the head of a naked singularity?
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