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Human black-holes

  • By: Qwaider

  • On:Friday, June 15, 2007 11:12:05 PM
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    Some people are just negative. They radiate negativity and dark omen. As if the world is coming to an end in 15 seconds! I'm completely clueless to why would people be so negative just about everything in their lives or the life of others.

    Human-black-holes (also known as, frustrators, pessimists, bad-omen-messengers, cup-half-empty-ers, Ghrab el Bain, among other things)

    I have no idea what turns a person into one of these B-Holes (to differentiate it from people that could be considered A-holes  but those are a completely other disease.

    Why do some people make it a habit to just moan and nag about every thing in the world. Seriously, whatever!

    When I complain to someone who lost both arms and legs about how much my nail hurts, that's REALLY inappropriate and I would deserve the "what have you seen of pain" look!! Imagine if I get that, and I just continue to nag about trivialities to that person!! What would he do? Let me tell you what he will NOT be .... He will not be NICE! And would probably explode in your face! And then you would turn with an empty shocked stupid face and blurt something completely unrelated!

    Now back to the dark matter called human-black-holes who just find the most negative remark about a matter and say it! No one is against someone who's a realist and calculates all consequences. But not the "We're all gonna die" approach!

     I'm not sure why I've been edgy recently, I guess it's this stupid hot/humid weather in Chicago! This City sucks!

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    have some pizza...
    ......and stop complaining.
    The words Ghraib el bain and Chicago in the same context, hmmmmmmmm ... I wonder who that might that be?

    and YES! you have been edgy lately bas 3adi ... that's what your fellow bloggers are for ... take it all out on us.
    :)
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    • On: 6/16/2007 4:14:04 PM
    النكدين بيقصروا العمر i firmly believe in that. steer clear from what you call B-holes or your average abu o om nakad.
    Very well put, add to that that human B-holes are usually clingy and always in need of someone to listen to their continues complaining, I had a friends once from this type, I had to run for my life, she used to drain me literarily !!  
    Why don't you let your light shine and contain those black holes! Maybe if it is strong enough, it would lighten them as well!
    Nothing, not even light can escape blackholes :)
    Would a black hole at the size on an atom swallow a sun with all of its light? I think it is just a relative matter.
    The nasty things about blackholes is that they can consume much more than their size. In other words. A blackhole at the center of a sun will grow to swallow it. But hey, I deffer this question to Laila our in house cosmologist for the correct scientific answer :)
    I am waiting for Laila's answer as well :)
    lol, well I dont know how large the black hole at the center of the sun should be in order to eat the sun (my guess is it would have to be bigger than at atom), however, if they are big enough so that the energy they asorb is greater than that which they emit then yes, a black hole could, in theory, eventually eat the sun.

    black holes emit energy?!!! well, there is a process known as Hawking radiation, what happens is that due to the uncertainty principle, matter anti-matter pairs are continusoly produced. usually they recombine fast enough for us nvere to notice. Near a black hole however, one of the pair gets pulled into the BH (the one with negative energy w.r.t. observer), and the other escapes. A far off oserver thinks that the BH has emitted  a particle. The process of absorbing negative energy causes the BH to lose energy (or equivlenaty mass), and if emission exceeds absorption it will eventually evaporate. The latter scenario is what happens to small black holes.
    WOW Laila ... that was awesome!! I felt like a kid watching Carl Sagan's cosmos!
    LOOOL! :) thanks, mind you this is basic stuff i.e. not my field of expertise.
    As Qwaider said, it is awesome! :). Thanks for the explanation. Mind you answer us in a simpler language. Would a black hole no matter its size absorb any kind of light no matter the size of its emitter? or is it a relative matter, where a small black hole can be over taken by a very large source of light? :)
    TO, thanks.

    A black hole will absorb matter regardless of whether it is emitting or not. It is just that if it emits more than it absorbs it will eventually 'die'.
    And how would a black hole die? :). What happens?
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