What an interesting idea! That a black hole could be a multi-spectral
resonant node in space that would literally absorb all frequencies
(which I believe is the claim) as well as matter.
The problem I have with black holes is we have only visual evidence
from afar, no probes launced into them, no satellite sent close to
them, despite Star Trek and other Sci-Fi venues, its still speculative.
But you raise a very interesting point. We see by the frequencies
which are reflected from a mass so what you are saying makes sense.
Perhaps the black hole is some kind of super negative resistance
capacitor that sucks up and holds all incoming frequenices as you
It has to charge up fully sometime unless the accumulated energy is
being drained or periodically discharged.
If its periodically discharged then there would be a wave function
involved with the absorption of frequencies that could be detected.
Where would such a discharge go and what form would it take? Perhaps
a star like our sun with energy radiating out from it?
Usually I don't pay much attention to such things unless there is a
possibitly that we could EMULATE such a phenomenon on a smaller scale
for practical purposes....invisibility, ambient energy absorption and
re-release for practical use, a tractor type energy field, things like
Thanks Scott, very interesting concept!
> Just throwing something out there...
> Would it be a correct statement to say that the concept of a black
> describes a 'thing' which RESONATES with every single frequency, if
> can escape...? If it could not resonate to a frequency would it not
> back the non-resonant frequency... A capacitor?
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