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More questions about light
What would earth look like if no sun was shining on it, but we still had our lights on?, from very far away? What would black holes look like if we zoomed farther into them? How close have we looked so far? How close can we look?
Is it possible that light is reflected off of the center mass? – I was afraid to say this at the time, but also, what is there that is even telling us gamma rays aren’t light going straight through? Or some phase shifts occurring inside?
If gravity has a decay or release point can light be moving fast enough to reflect back if directed towards the center? How long might that take? If there is no center mass how are we sure it doesn’t manage to pass through? – another question I had to ask to roundabout say what if it’s just gamma rays from light going in?
Would light come back out in intervals because the time it takes is further slowing down the time in between light particles going into it? What would a black hole look like on a long enough time line? What if we could see gamma ray bursts with our own eyes? – What if we could on a long enough time line sped up? – same thing
If light were to directly reflect off of the center then wouldn’t it be hitting itself or other incoming light on the way back out? What is stopping it from colliding at such varying levels of physics? If it isn’t colliding, might the gravity be affecting the way we see it on its way back out? What do we know about lights interactions with itself inside of a black hole? If there are collisions, is it possible there are countless light collisions from all sorts of different angles inside of a black hole which we aren’t aware of until they are released? – same thing