Why are there black holes at the center of each galaxy?Ludame45 - 6 Answers
That is a great question. The fact is that they are there. As for the answer as to why they are there is only ones speculation. Guess what I have some speculation for you here.
In my personal opinion the Super Massive black holes in the center of all galaxies in this universe have a major purpose. I will go one step farther and say that without these super massive black holes in the center of galaxies such as our Milky Way Galaxy we would not be here.
I believe that without the galactic motion that these massive black holes create there would be no stability in galaxies. This would make planets like ours impossible to form properly. Now here is some major speculation for you.
It is of my opinion from what I understand about these super massive black holes in the center of galaxies that they push us through time. The rotation of our super massive black hole is clockwise the same as a clock. Now you have to understand space time to follow me here.
A super massive black hole is like a whirlpool in the ocean. The difference is that we are talking about space time. Space time is sunk way down because of the mass of a super massive black hole. The fabric of space is not only sunken down into space time, it is also in motion. This motion literally spins up space time.
I think you understand the spinning up of space time here. I wish I could draw you a diagram it would be easier. Space time is in motion with the super massive black hole. This spinning up of space time extends to the vast reaches of the entire Milky Way Galaxy. You have to ask yourself the question what is the implication of this space and time flowing around anything with mass?
It is like a flowing river. A big rock with mass diverts the water around it. An object with no or very little mass like light flows right down the river. It gets a little more complex when you add in the expansion of space time. Space and time are one thing, some even believe there is only space and no time. I will not confuse anyone with such arguments here though.
Space time is flowing around everything with mass. Further more things with mass have the ability to warp space time. It could be that there are little no mass or low mass particles in the space that move through our brains giving the illusion of time. That is a big theory of mine though which most people laugh at. So I keep it simple the river of space time bends around anything with mass. Einstein explains that if you can follow him, very few people really can though.
Yes and science validates that too. The closer you get to a black hole the more time is altered. If you were to enter the event horizon the people watching you would see something different from what you would see. This is because of the distortion of time.
It is my opinion that the galaxy here is like a record. Time is in a loop like a record. Which explains cycles. As time loops around it creates a cycle of time. Cycles of time are similar to each other, but do differ slightly though each cycle. (Just as the grooves in a record get slowly further apart). Look at the Mayan Calendar. It looks like a record, is that a coincidence?
The Mayan's had a deep understanding of time and cycles. My friend and physics teacher tells me that I am ahead of my time. I tell him that the earth unlocks the mind and soon we will all come to a similar conclusion, (lots of laughs). You should read some of my hubs on hubpages for more information on the ways of the universe.
There is no reason for the blackholes to be in the center of each galaxy. It is the other way around. Since there are black holes present, the galaxies form around them.
Black holes are giant stars, who have gravitational power far beyond the gravity of the sun, the bigger stars or what we know. They are highly dense and attract almost anything that comes in its way. It is said that not even light can escape the black hole.
So with such huge gravitatinal power, it attracts everything towards it. All the stars and clusters nearby, start revolving around it, and finally form a shape that we know now as a galaxy. They are all slowly going down into the black hole, that is why we see it as a spiral.
This also explains certain information paradoxes. If we are living in a record then that explains a lot. Everything is merely being played back. The information is stored somewhere on a hard drive. In layman's terms.
I did not get into the expansion of space. It is the expansion of space that makes it so we do not get sucked down the drink. Like I said balance.
That is a nice answer. So if the spinning of the black hole can be correlated with time and we know, for instance, that the stars near the black hole orbit it at much greater velocity than our sun, then does that mean that space time moves faster as you move nearer and nearer the black hole?...
It is common to have black holes at the center of galaxies because black holes has immense gravitational forces. This super strong gravitational force is conducive and helpful in pulling and galaxy together and keeping it spinning....