Let’s Give Particle Theory a Chance & Learn About Black Holes
Black holes are a point with infinite density where nothing can escape, including light. Black holes were discovered by John Michell and Pierre LaPlace in the 18th century. Stephen Hawking was the first one to theorize that black holes emit radiation and eventually, after millions of years, will evaporate into nothingness. A seed, which is only about the size of an atom, is needed in order to create a black hole. The force of gravity is so strong that it will deform the atom, making it bigger and putting more mass in the black hole. The atoms are on a collision course to each other and when they collide, an explosion occurs. As you can imagine, the faster the atoms are travelling towards each other, the bigger they will get. Eventually, an atom with a mass of 100 quarks will be formed out of pure energy lightning. Because there will be 100 times more massive than an atom, it will have a strong gravitational force that will form a black hole. These black holes are practically invisible to us because they are so small but they are so dense that they can actually collapse a whole galaxy. The density of these black holes is equivalent to one teaspoonful of matter in the entire earth (from the core to the atmosphere) . Every black hole has an immense gravitational force that will keep pulling in all the matter which is a result of gravity. When the “pinwheel” form of the black hole forms, it will collapse and hence, it will get smaller and smaller.