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accepted Could black holes be creators of dark matter?
Feb
14
comment Could black holes be creators of dark matter?
Why the down votes?
Feb
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revised Could black holes be creators of dark matter?
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revised Could black holes be creators of dark matter?
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revised Could black holes be creators of dark matter?
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Feb
10
asked Could black holes be creators of dark matter?
Feb
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accepted What would happen if a body were to fall into a neutron star?
Feb
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comment Why do the planets in our solar system orbit in the same plane?
By "behaved like a fluid" you meant all of that gas tended to stick together? (covalent bonding)
Feb
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revised What would happen if a body were to fall into a neutron star?
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awarded  Commentator
Feb
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comment What would happen if a body were to fall into a neutron star?
@StanLiou Thanks for pointing that out, I will edit the question accordingly.
Feb
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awarded  Teacher
Feb
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asked What would happen if a body were to fall into a neutron star?
Feb
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revised Are black holes orbiting around each other?
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revised Are black holes orbiting around each other?
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answered Are black holes orbiting around each other?
Feb
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comment Rotational speeds of the material forming planets should increase, not decrease
So the planets today rotate faster than their original gases?
Feb
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comment Rotational speeds of the material forming planets should increase, not decrease
Isn't our day slowing down with time?
Feb
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comment If oxygen was abundant in Neptune, would there be combustion?
That was very useful, I agree with you. Thank you very much :D
Feb
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comment If oxygen was abundant in Neptune, would there be combustion?
I don't understand "why" about what I'm afraid. But I guess you are asking about the gravity at the surface. I have assumed that because as the planet shrinks and become more dense, the surface will be more closer to the center of gravity. Ofcourse I assume the mass wouldn't change, so overall gravity would remain the same. If that's not the question, please clarify.