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What's Feeding Supermassive Black Holes? -
Published: 3 months ago By: Science Channel

By: Science ChannelPublished: 3 months ago

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Colliding with and devouring other black holes is simply not enough to make black holes supermassive. There's got to be other factors at play.

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'Cryosardonic' 29 minutes ago
To summarize: Supermassive black holes aren't formed from eating other black holes, they are formed from eating other black holes.
'iliketrains0pwned' 2 days ago
I love how "Interstellar" black holes have become on TV. It just looks even more awesome!
'lru' 2 weeks ago
Back in middle school I was asked to define black hole and I said "A dead star in space that eats stuff." My teacher wasn't amused...
'MR HIGH STAKE' 2 weeks ago
sooooooooooo no1 knows? great...
The Helghan Empire
'The Helghan Empire' 3 weeks ago
Sad thing about space is most of the stuff we detect has either changed radically or isn't there anymore. Because light and information takes time to travel to us.
mohamed akram
'mohamed akram' 4 weeks ago
it is eating the rubbish like asteroids
'SlogoKop' 4 weeks ago
Seriously that's what they could come up with "Hot Dog", maybe I should be naming them
Black Hole
'Black Hole' 4 weeks ago
'SirChocula' 1 month ago
Can't wait for the pretzel class of galaxies
Julian Penguin
'Julian Penguin' 2 months ago
Damn the animation is so epic
n e a t
'n e a t' 3 months ago
Supermassive black holes were regular ones until they became g r e e d y d i r t b a g s
Mario De Large
'Mario De Large' 3 months ago
What Happen if two Black Holes have been fused .Born a baby black hole
LegendGaming__YT X
'LegendGaming__YT X' 3 months ago
You know why it is called hotdog? Cuz scientist are bad at naming
'R K' 3 months ago
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William DeRosa
'William DeRosa' 3 months ago
I have long postulated that "hot dogs" (a newer name for such events) and related unexplained energies are the other side of black holes in other universes. What we are seeing on this end is the tail end of the black hole existing in a parallel universe. Connecting them together.
The Doge
'The Doge' 3 months ago
Don't two block holes eat each other?
Αλέξανδρος Δήμου
I think it's superstars sucked into the supermassive.
Glaciers melting in the dead of night too.
'Viktor' 3 months ago
I think its Yasuo running down mid lane
coltin engle
'coltin engle' 3 months ago
Uh, matter? what a stupid fucking question
Taseen Khan
'Taseen Khan' 3 months ago
Well... Hot Dog!
Jessica Jung
'Jessica Jung' 3 months ago
Our universe will end once all the black holes merge into one single black hole. After that I think another big bang will happen. Just an endless cycle.
'blubase06' 3 months ago
'Will's Channel' 3 months ago
hot dogs?
DejaVu Playz
'DejaVu Playz' 3 months ago
Sooooo black holes play a giant game of ?
Kamikaze Chinaman
'Kamikaze Chinaman' 3 months ago
'peruface' 3 months ago
cam mackay
'cam mackay' 3 months ago
Lol, is this not a silly question? Doesn't EVERYTHING around a black hole, feed the black hole? I mean it "eats" all matter, most light, and even magnetic forces, doesn't it?
'Joocelyn' 3 months ago
'RosenBosen' 3 months ago
I love this channel!
Nemesis Chan
'Nemesis Chan' 3 months ago
What's Feeding Supermassive Black Holes? Supermassive McDonalds
jerry bushman
'jerry bushman' 3 months ago
Thus is just stupid. All black holes, even smbh's get bigger by collecting matter. This is true for everything. The only way anything gets bigger is to take in more material. This is true for your waist line, a moon, a planet, a star (any star) and every single black hole down to a tiny asteroid or comet
The Trust
'The Trust' 3 months ago
The No Man's Sky hype.
'AK47' 3 months ago
NASAis feeding the dumb fucks who believe this bs..
NASA is full of shit from start to finish
Ovidu Acantinca
'Ovidu Acantinca' 3 months ago
These guys seem so confident about what they are talking as if these theories are true. I tell you something you cannot be so confident about something that is millions of light years away.
Scott Budig
'Scott Budig' 3 months ago
Happy new year Science Channel
Ryan Bourassa
'Ryan Bourassa' 3 months ago
Your mom.
Just Oakley
'Just Oakley' 3 months ago
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