Mechanics 5

Mechanics 5 - can not come out of a black hole impossible...

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R is the distance from the surface to the center (star, earth, sun, etc) Gravitation
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Gravitation g h 0 Going away from the earth, or sun, planet,. .
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Escape Velocity Throw a ball upwards Velocity needed to reach a height h 0 If v 0 >v 0,crit ± ball escapes from Earth V 0,crit Escape Velocity
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Escape Velocity Larger g ± larger escape velocity needed • speed of light: 300,000 km/sec – can not be exceeded (Einstein) • if g is very large, escape velocity must exceed speed of light • light, and everything else,
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Unformatted text preview: can not come out of a black hole impossible Illustration of a star encountering a black hole. Black holes,wormholes and other universes Wormhole Black hole Where does matter go? Maybe to another universe, in another dimension… ? Dimensions D=1,2,3,4, … Representing a 2D object in 1D 4 lines in 1D fold to make a square in 2D Representing a 3D object in 2D 6 squares in 2D fold to make a cube in 3D Representing a 4D object in 3D: Hypercube 8 cubes fold into a 4 dimensional hypercube...
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This note was uploaded on 10/14/2008 for the course PHYS 10 taught by Professor Gruner during the Fall '08 term at UCLA.

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