Monday, March 1, 2010

Black Hole

Black Hole
The 20th century witnessed many new discoveries about the nature of events in space. One of them, who had recently discovered, is the Black Hole. This is formed when a star who has spent all its fuel destroyed collapsed in on itself, and eventually turned into a black hole with infinite density and zero volume and the magnetic field is very strong. We are not able to see a black hole with even the most powerful telescope, because the gravitational pull of the black hole is so strong that light can not escape from it. However, such a collapsed star that can be ascertained from the resulting impact on the surrounding area. In the letter Al Waqi'a, God draws attention to this issue as follows, to swear on the location of the stars.

The term "black hole" was first used in 1969 by the American physicist John Wheeler. Initially, we assume that we can see all the stars. However, later revealed that there are stars in space that light we can not see. Therefore, the light of the stars this fall away. The light can not escape from a black hole because this hole is a high density mass in a small space. Massive gravity can even catch the fastest particles, like photons [particles of light]. For example, the final stage of an ordinary star, the size of three times the mass of the Sun, ends after the flame goes out and has its downfall as a black hole diameters of only 20 kilometers (12.5 miles)! Colored black hole "black", which means covered from direct observation. However, the existence of black holes is known indirectly, through a giant suction power of gravity exerts on other heavenly bodies. In addition to the Day of the picture, the verse below may also refer to the scientific discoveries about black holes is:

So when the stars have been omitted (Mursalaat Qur'an, 77: 8)

In addition, mass stars also causes the formation of indentations that can be found in space. However, black holes not only cause indentations in space but also make a hole in it. That is why the collapsed stars known as black holes. This fact may be presented in the paragraph about the stars, and this is one other important topics that indicate that the Qur'an is the word of God:

By the heaven and the Tariq Ath, Ath let you know what Tariq? (It is) the Star of piercing brightness. (Surah At-Tariq, 86: 1-3)


Harun Yahya