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Wonders of the Universe - Black Holes

Wonders of the Universe - Black Holes

(4:21) Using Zambia's spectacular Victoria Falls as an analogy, Brian Cox explains what happens as you enter a black hole, the most violent place in the universe.

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Not a great fan of Cox but I like the waterfall analogy. Imagine a big lump of frothy foam floating on the river as an analogy of a lump of matter floating in space. It holds together in the slow-moving upstream river, but it is stretched apart as it approaches the falls. Neat!

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Not a great fan of Cox but I like the waterfall analogy. Imagine a big lump of frothy foam floating on the river as an analogy of a lump of matter floating in space. It holds together in the slow-moving upstream river, but it is stretched apart as it approaches the falls. Neat!

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Weird I heard you love cox especially the frothy foam

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Weird I heard you love cox especially the frothy foam

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