Whether you are a Theists (a person who believes in the existence of God or gods), or an atheist (a person who denies or disbelieves the existence of God), death is a natural part of life, and it’s normal to think about it from time to time. But Rather than fearing death, which is absolute, we should appreciate what we are gifted with; the opportunity to live a great life… I am enjoying my life but sometimes when I hear someone’s death I start thinking about “how I may die”.
I wish to die a natural death, caused solely by disease or natural process. I will prefer a heart attack an instant one. In present times, Covid 19 will also be ok to die as it ends in 14 days.
BUT NEVER WANT TO DIE IN BLACK HOLE……WHY LET US FIND?
In simple form Black Hole is a place in which things are lost never to be seen again.
A black hole is a region in space where gravity is so strong that everything in irretrievably sucked into it, even light. It is thought to have been formed by a collapsing star. Once something has entered its gravitational field it is never able to escape. The term has been in use since 1964. However, it is unclear when people started using it in its figurative form.
A star is a huge, amazing fusion reactor. Because stars are so massive and made out of gas, there is an intense gravitational field that is always trying to collapse the star. The fusion reactions happening in the core are like a giant fusion bomb that is trying to explode the star. The balance between the gravitational forces and the explosive forces is what defines the size of the star.
As the star dies, the nuclear fusion reactions stop because the fuel for these reactions gets burned up. At the same time, the star’s gravity pulls material inward and compresses the core. As the core compresses, it heats up and eventually creates a supernova explosion in which the material and radiation blasts out into space. What remains is the highly compressed, and extremely massive,core. The core’s gravity is so strong that even light cannot escape.
This object is now a black hole and literally disappears from view. Because the core’s gravity is so strong, the core sinks through the fabric of space-time, creating a hole in space-time — this is why the object is called a black hole.
What Is Space Time?
Time is the rate of change in the universe. we are constantly undergoing change. We age, the planets move around the sun, and things fall apart. But time is relative, flows at different rates in different places like water in a river rushes or slows depending on the size of the channel. So time does not flow at a constant rate but is relative to space. So time is relative and has a fourth dimension “Space”
So far scientists believe the universe is made of four dimensions Lenght, breadth, height, and space. Beyond these four dimensions, scientists believe that there may be many more.
We need to know fourth dimension before going to Black hole death.
In astrophysics, spaghettification (sometimes referred to as the noodle effect) is the vertical stretching and horizontal compression of objects into long thin shapes (rather like spaghetti) in a very strong non-homogeneous gravitational field; it is caused by extreme tidal forces. In the most extreme cases, near black holes, the stretching is so powerful that no object can withstand it, no matter how strong its components. Within a small region the horizontal compression balances the vertical stretching so that small objects being spaghettified experience no net change in volume.
Wait we are approaching Black hole death….
If you enter a black hole,you’d be stretched in some directions and squished in others, a process that scientists call spaghettification. This is because the black hole’s gravity compresses your body horizontally while pulling it like taffy in the vertical direction. If you jumped into the black hole feet first, the gravitational force on your toes would be much stronger than that pulling on your head. Each bit of your body would also be elongated in a slightly different direction. You would literally end up looking like a piece of spaghetti.
So, as you fell into a stellar-mass black hole, you’ll snap apart at the weakest point, probably just above the hips. You’ll see your lower half floating next to you, and you’ll see it begin to stretch anew as tidal forces latch onto it. The same thing happens to your torso, of course, until each half snaps a second time. In a matter of seconds, you’re a goner, reduced to a string of disconnected atoms that march into the black hole’s singularity like ants disappearing into a colony.
you probably wouldn’t worry much about the existential mysteries you might be able to unlock on “the other side.” You’d be as dead as spaghetti-shaped doornail hundreds of miles before you hit the singularity.