Hermann Ingjaldsson

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Jun
17
comment Are galactic stars spiraling inwards?
The big massive stars don't live long.. they explode and turn into black holes quite fast, and the black holes being so massive should head faster towards the center than the rest so most of the traveling to the center should remain hidden from us through this process. And as black holes enter the center, they collide with some other black hole.. and we never see anything.
Dec
17
comment Are galactic stars spiraling inwards?
dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2011/09/… so it really may be that the galactic stars generally are spiraling inwards at a non-negligible rate. We probably wouldn't even notice it if a black hole swallowed another over there.
Dec
17
comment Are galactic stars spiraling inwards?
But if the big ones head in faster than the small ones.. the one's at the center should be migthy big. And they should also late in their lifecycle since despite their size they have already managed to travel this whole way. And unless Sagittarius swallows them up, they should then soon(within a few million years or so) explode and turn into black holes themselves. And I mean, any of those black holes can then swallow a star and each other and effectively disappear. And it appears there is roughly 10.000 of them:
Dec
15
comment Are galactic stars spiraling inwards?
Ok so in 40 years we're 0 down, 200 billion to go.. yeah that's kinda slow.
Dec
15
comment Are galactic stars spiraling inwards?
Ok so only the biggest ones are intersecting the abyss each time.. but as each big one goes down, the average star size of the rest of the galaxy goes down. Meaning the stars in the outskirts become a tiny bit less small relatively, meaning they should head towards the center a bit more. Do you happen to know how many stars are intersected by the center per year?
Dec
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comment Are galactic stars spiraling inwards?
I knew it, the galaxy really looks like a vortex in a bathtub where somebody had just pulled the plug, although I didn't realise the process was that of friction within the stars. And there not being any new stars inwards in the galaxy. And at the ouskirt of the galaxy theres a bunch of nebula all over the place. And there is this near infinite cloud of dark matter outside the galaxy, slowly being sucked into it, forming stars in the process.
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