• black holes
aren't stationary
You can'tscare me with thi-
some black holes actually travel
through space close to the
speed of light in any
irection and if one
was headed our way
we would never even
know because they're invisible
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    • It would create an abnormal gravitational lensing effect which would be noticable to astronomers
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    • Why are you panicking tho? If it's moving at the speed of light and it hits us, that's it. There's no screams or horror. We just won't BE anymore. That's literally the perfect fate. Don't freak out, because it literally won't be a problem one way or the other.
      Xanehex 19 jun
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    • You don’t need to stress about this because suddenly it won’t be our problem any more
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    • We can "see" black holes from their effects, but we can be pretty bad at detecting things headed for earth. Last year an asteroid just showed up 80% closer to earth than the moon with no warning.
      Kadulikan 18 jun
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    • They're not invisible they absorb light which makes them as black as anything can get to total darkness
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    • If one was headed for earth I'd rather not know. It's not like we could do anything about it.
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    • You say don’t worry, but if it comes from the direction sun, we have at least 8 minutes to wonder why the sun is suddenly gone
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    • If you think scientists detect black holes by just looking through a telescope you’re retarded. We would detect the massive shift in gravity a few days before it affected us
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    • The universe is constantly in motion and moving outward, so yes, black holes should follow suit
      Austere 19 jun
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    • Black holes are tears in spacetime. Spacetime(aka the universe) is expanding, so yes black holes are moving with the expansion. This is called relativity. Thanks Einstein
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    • One black hole feature and suddenly everyone’s an astrophysicist
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    • It's impossible for a black hole to travel at the speed of light. Some SPIN at speeds near the speed of light. Who keeps writing these fake fucking facts.
      Sagitaire 19 jun
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    • I’m sure a black hole near our solar system or neighbouring stars would definitely be noticeable. Black holes have a huge gravitational field and would distort stars in our night sky.
      iSathy 19 jun
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    • That's alright, either it doesnt happen or its suddenly not my problem anymore
      Tit_Otaku 20 jun
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    • Sunday's forecast, eclipse with a slight chance of black hole.
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    • Hmmm the sky looks darker then usual
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    • Guess what? There is a good chance there is a black hole inside you right now! The mass majority of black holes aren't big enough to do anything, and will zip through the cosmos without difficulty!
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    • Not because their invisible, we wouldnt see them because information cant travel faster than light speed. We wouldnt know even if it was visible.
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    • Astronomers would notice. Once it's a few thousand AU away if its large enough things will feel different. Lighter heavier depending on the day.and these effects would escalate from 0 to a mil real quick in a few days. We'd now. As building float crash and collapse and our vision goes to shit.....
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    • If a black hole swallowed us (btw a black hole would probably be about atleast 100x the size of our sun on average) it would be instant and by time we got sucked we’d most likely be dead
      TheSpoi 19 jun
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    • Isn’t space beautiful? The idea that we as a planet can cease to exist at any moment and the process starts all over again.
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    • This fool better hurry his ass up then
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    • The speed of light is slow compared to the size of our galaxy
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    • give me 5 minutes ill go to my crushs house
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    • Any of us could die at any given moment. House collapses on you. Car crash. Black hole swallowing the earth. Anything can happen.
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    • Space equivalent of an aneurism
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    • Bruh u can see it bending the light around itself lol if we know they exist we would know if one coming our way
      Booflet 19 jun
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    • O u think that's scary. Fast spinning black holes can be used to power civilizations for a billion trillion trillion trillion trillion trillion years, at least. Or u can use them to create the biggest bomb any living being could create, exploding with the force of a star going super nova. 1/2
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    • That makes it so ok cause if a black hole comes we don’t know ain’t got shit to worry about
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    • We would know, we would see their effect on the surroundings, plus they absorb all light
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    • I don’t understand how black holes exist, like I get that they are extremely dense and cause the dip in space time, but they depict space time as a 2d plane which makes sense, but we live in a 3D universe, so how does all that matter create that well/hole/dipin space time if it’s in a 3D environment
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    • bro a fish in Lake Superior isn't scared of sharks is it?
      DrQuanta 20 jun
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    • Here comes the astrophysicists of IFunny...
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    • Vanilla ice?
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    • Who the FUCK told you? I'll kick his ass
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    • What if we’re in a black hole?
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    • Man every one in the comments just got a PhD in science huh what are yall doing on Ifunny go discover new laws of nature
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    • Ok just researched this. The probabilities of this happening are insane. Any object with mass can move at 99.999% the speed of c. U, your dog, your ps4 controller, the sun, anything. But the chances of a black hole moving at those speeds are about the same as the Sun moving at those speeds
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    • There are also tiny quantum black holes that could pop up anywhere at anytime and rip everything to shreds in a split second. They’ve been around since the big bang so the changes are slim
      DrZwicky 19 jun
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    • Isn’t the Andromeda Super Massive Black hole in its center going to collide with the one in our milky way in around 3 billion years or so?
      Chaz 19 jun
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    • The odds of that are so astronomically low its almost absurd to even think of that
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    • Dont forget the fact that the closest black hole to us is actually quite far away in light years. In human years i calculated it would reach us in some billion years so no worries. I aint no infochecker if common sense says if it travels in light years and it's light years away, then a little (1/2)
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    • I'm ready to be spaghetti
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    • Damn you guys really think that we would ever be alive for something like that to happen. My boys, space is fucking incomprehensible beyond measure when it comes to its size. Even if it was coming for us it would take hundreds to millions to billions of years to reach us
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    • The only thing i hate about science is that when it comes to space, everybody debates their opinions as facts, when we really dont know shit.
      916mozzy 19 jun
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    • Even if we were able to detect a black holes heading our direction even with plenty of warning to prepare, how tf would we even prepare for that? Like whether we know about it or not, we’re dead either way
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    • Wouldn’t it theoretically ‘pass through’ us then?
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    • Black hole: YEE HAWW I SEE SUM EARTHLIN’S RIGHT THERE!!! Me: Come at me mf, I got 2020 on my hands
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    • Space isn’t real
      thvle 19 jun
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    • I wonder how much time dilation there will be near a black hole going near the speed of light
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    • December 2020 spoilers
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    • It’s cool to think about how fast we are traveling through space
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    • Also if it's travelling any significant fraction of the speed of light, we can only see it a little bit before it hits us
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    • Definitely could be noticeable, and also definitely wouldn’t be told to the public because it would create unnecessary panic during the final days of humanity
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    • Ok, hold up. Since when?
      Rogus3 21 jun
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    • if only this would happen. the universe would be a better place
      smallnig 20 jun
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    • Theyre not invisible but what would it matter anyway. We literally have no idea what would happen if we got sucked into one.
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    • We would know cuz the observable universe would slowly grow darker
      Powersm 19 jun
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    • I thought.. it said sanitary.. bloop bloop
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    • It doesn't matter
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    • One day I hope the world just gets Za Hando'd out of existence like this
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    • I welcome death from space for the soul reason I will finally know where the black hole leads
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    • Astronomers will notice if space is suddenly disappearing at an alarming rate. Black holes can't move that fast. Speed of light is the limit. The closer you get, the harder it is to accelerate.
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    • Objects moving towards earth at nearly the speed of light can’t be detected until they are nearly upon us because information about the objects presence travels only slightly faster than the object itself, arriving only slightly sooner!
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    • Black holes aren’t invisible, they’re so strong they suck in light, making them, you know, black
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    • Why are they called black holes when they're not holes but more of a sphere
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    • What good is a phone call if you can't speak
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    • We would die by the heat of it way before getting crushed. Except for Arizona
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    • I think we would know, but it doesn't matter because we ain't got any way of dodging it or stopping it. So, knowing or not knowing, either way we are fucked.
      PotatoRP 19 jun
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    • We also wouldn’t be able to detect it if it were coming to Earth because if they move at the speed of light, by the time any detection came, it would already have arrived.
      Dracopyre 19 jun
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    • We just need a bunch of BBCs to fill that black hole up
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    • It’s actually worse, we’d be able to see it coming but we don’t have advanced enough space travel to get anyone out of the way in time to survive
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    • Yeah seeing Jupiter suddenly appear in 6 spots at once would make it kind of obvious though.
      canadaian 19 jun
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    • There is nothing to fear but fear itself.
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    • June 21? Solstice? Black holes being weird? World ending? It's all coming together.
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    • If something was traveling towards us at near the speed of light but it was visible we still wouldn’t know because the light would arrive just before it. It would have to be way closer than any black hole is though, and we can see the gravity effects.
      lwpack 20 jun
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    • We’d see it warping our solar system before it got us fully
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    • Considering the vastness of space, the odds of that are quiet slim, but never 0.
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    • NopeMan 19 jun
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    • I mean you guys stressing people out huh
      JEquartz 19 jun
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    • How slow would time start moving relative to the earth? Would we ever even notice it was happening due to dilation. Maybe the big black thing, I dunno.
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    • If Any major cosmic event that could do us any harm happens to the earth, you will be long gone anyway so I wouldn't shit myself over it
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    • Black holes are naturally drawn into the center of the galaxy, as we are in the far edge of the milky way we are pretty much safe from this
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    • Hot damn
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    • Even if we were to detect one there isn’t much we can do
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    • Yea we would feel the gravity
      yoshie22 19 jun
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    • Gamma ray bursts are even scarier
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    • Y’all think the Government would let us know if they found it before the general public?
      Ruvada 19 jun
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    • honestly I think I'd be ok with it but then you think about all the good dogs and asshole cats that just died as well
      mybicsbig 19 jun
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    • Fuck it. No time to worry
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    • Bro, it's extraordinarily rare for even asteroids to travel that fast, how is it possible for a black hole to have that much inertia?
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    • Look up Higgs Vaccuum Decay, it’s a possibility in quantum physics where the Higgs field goes from meta stable to stable causing a bubble of “nothingness” that propagates in all directions at the speed of light. Your life and everything you know could turn to nothing any instant...
      Cratylus 19 jun
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    • Yo what if this happened already and were all in hell: the 2020 DLC
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    • But would we even know? No we'd all just die immediately lol. Nothing to worry about
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    • Anybody saying we would be able to see it coming is actually wrong unfortunately, one thing you have to notice is it says some travel at the speed of light, which means if one was travelling towards us at the speed of light we wouldn't see any of its effects because it would be the same speed as
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    • We see the entire universe as expanding, so its possible we're already in one
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