That’s the opposite of the situation with them. They weren’t made up as a scapegoat to explain stuff they didn’t understand. If they don’t know they will just say they don’t know. It’s not an argument meant to fill gaps like a god. They can’t cover themselves not knowing by suggesting a new thing that they don’t know about. They have been found and proven to exist. >>32659547
This is logical and that’s what I assumed at first must be the case, obviously they must have some kind of core that stuff is hitting when it falls in. I’m not sure how the density part works if the mass is the same or even higher before but less dense. If it has enough gravity to trap light as a dense form why couldn’t it do the same as a star beforehand? Or was it already trapping it subsurface.
But also I’m not a scientist and I’m sure 100s of the leading minds of the most advanced time in history would have thought of that and if they’ve ruled it out I’m sure they’ve done it because it can be.
I have a few questions for physicists, Like the quantum entanglement concept seems basic, you set up a 50/50 and when you look at one you know the other immediately across any distance.
Well DUH, you can put a red and blue marble in a bag and take one without looking at it and fly to the other side of the universe, and then look at it, and instantly know what the other one is. I don’t think the marble was in a a state of superposition the entire time, nor did it change the state of the other marble. Not knowing something doesn’t mean it exists as a wave function of possibility, it’s bizarrely self centered to imagine that it could be. If we live in a simulation though I suppose it could easily be true that nothing exists till you look at it, but it implies only one player.
But I know that that common sense doesn’t apply here because we can measure that these things actually do exist as a wave when unobserved.