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We still do not know everything. Good Times.


May
12
comment How does a star wobble due to orbiting bodies
Sounds like this is the current way in use as yo said we can use this for smaller bodies what about larger is there an upper limit or can say the "wobble" of an entire galaxy be observed and mass calculated?
May
11
comment How does a star wobble due to orbiting bodies
Correct so we should be able to find mass of the star and also mass of any and all objects pulling on it as well as their location compared to the star and the speed of all of these objects. Which I wanted to lead me to asking does a black hole follow this logic even if a miniscule insignificant margin.
May
11
comment How does a star wobble due to orbiting bodies
Let me try what factors determined how a star with a common surrounding solar system lets use our system for simplicity effect the wobble of the central star again our sun for simplicity
May
11
comment How does a star wobble due to orbiting bodies
Do I really suck that bad at asking questions.
May
10
comment Will a black hole increase the speed of sound above the speed of light in this medium
this makes me think the event horizon is the singularity or a shell were inside time progress based on how the black hole is moveing through space?
May
8
comment observation and implied time since creation
Very good observation. What about detecting the rate that the light was scattered. Might not be possible due to the high heat.
May
8
comment observation and implied time since creation
With a more exact device can the age be increased or is there a maximum effective detection.
May
8
comment How is it possible that we see light from shortly after the big bang?
vNow that is an answer that makes sense thank you so much I was really about to leave and just chock this all up as a loss. No equations needed. Makes sense we are still "riding on the shockeave of the big bang so we are surrounded on all sides with the photons from that shockwave. Makes perfect sense super awesome answer still too new for a plus one but you have my vote
May
8
comment Will a black hole increase the speed of sound above the speed of light in this medium
Of course all this is relative an outside observer can never view an object cross the horizon but if I was falling in I would not stop of course I could not tell you I was still falling.
May
8
comment How is it possible that we see light from shortly after the big bang?
Thank you for your comments as this is all "theoretical" pretty much just stuck in my head as I see it. Getting it down on paper In a more clear mathematically relavent form is in the works as we speak expect future edits as this is my first post I appreciate the "gentle" dissapointment in my sloppy approach