Black Holes and The Big Bang

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Black Holes and The Big Bang

Post by Kinhachi on Tue Oct 27, 2015 7:17 am

I have noticed people misunderstanding black holes and the big bang which given the circumstances it's understandable. The misconceptions are the big bang is an explosion which creates the universe and a black holes (which a bit complicated to summerizesummerize) gravity.


Many people make the assumption that the big bang is am explosion due to the word bang on the title of the event. This is incorrect because the big bang is an event inside Stephen Hawkins thoery The Theory of Everything which is the scientific explainantion of how the universe was created.

The event known as the big bang is the expansion of our universe not an explosion.

Our observable universe (the part of the universe we can see) is 93 billion light years (distance light travels in a year)  in diameter and as old as 13.8 billion years old.

Expanded from smaller than an atom to the  size of an orange in a trillionth of a second.

The smallest radius of an orange is .035 meters. Multiple that by trillion you get 3.5e10m/s(35 billion m/s)

The smallest estimated mass of a star is 9% of our sun

Making it 1.989e30 x .09 = 1.79e29

There is a minimum estimate 100 billion stars in our galaxy

This gives our galaxy a minimum mass of

1.79e29 x 100 billion = 1.79e40

The lowest estimated number of galaxies is 100 billion

1.79e40 x 100 billion =

This gives the minimum mass of 1.79e51 kg.

To calculate force is force(newtons)=mass(kg) x acceleration as the expansion of the universe is the same it will serve as acceleration.

1.79e51 x 3.5e10 = 6.27e61 newtons.

That's 6.39e58 metric tons of force


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