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Windows 7: Norway Spiral

10 Dec 2009   #11
steve-pressman

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 - OEM Service Pack 1
 
 

Maybe the Vulcans have decided to visit us after all

Steve
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10 Dec 2009   #12
Dark Nova Gamer

Windows 7 Ultimate, OS X 10.7, Ubuntu 11.04
 
 

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Then a less serious reply....
Maybe CERN has found a black hole?
How would you see it?



~Lordbob
Cant prove that black holes in a atmosphere would be invisible. They are only invisible in space because, well space is black. We can only theoretically see them if there are stars around, or space dust, getting sucked into the black hole.



--Edit--
I have found the answer.. This is obviously Norway's way of getting back at Microsoft.

There will be a portal above Microsoft Headquarters in a few days, stealing all Windows 7 family packs..
I couldn't resist.

Black holes actually would just be black. So wouldn't it just blend in with the sky rather then creating light?
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10 Dec 2009   #13
Dragonfly

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 & 64 -(Boot Camped Snow Leopard on a Mac Mini)
 
 

Weather balloon...obviously.
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10 Dec 2009   #14
Airbot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

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How would you see it?



~Lordbob
Cant prove that black holes in a atmosphere would be invisible. They are only invisible in space because, well space is black. We can only theoretically see them if there are stars around, or space dust, getting sucked into the black hole.



--Edit--
I have found the answer.. This is obviously Norway's way of getting back at Microsoft.

There will be a portal above Microsoft Headquarters in a few days, stealing all Windows 7 family packs..
I couldn't resist.

Black holes actually would just be black. So wouldn't it just blend in with the sky rather then creating light?

Black holes are somewhat invisible, but from what you can see of them is the material being sucked in at the event horizon and the surrounding gases being superheated would give off light. So you can still see the material being sucked in at the event horizon, just not the actual hole. But like was said, no one knows how or what an actual black hole inside a planet's atmosphere would look like.
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10 Dec 2009   #15
Dark Nova Gamer

Windows 7 Ultimate, OS X 10.7, Ubuntu 11.04
 
 

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Cant prove that black holes in a atmosphere would be invisible. They are only invisible in space because, well space is black. We can only theoretically see them if there are stars around, or space dust, getting sucked into the black hole.



--Edit--
I have found the answer.. This is obviously Norway's way of getting back at Microsoft.

There will be a portal above Microsoft Headquarters in a few days, stealing all Windows 7 family packs..
I couldn't resist.

Black holes actually would just be black. So wouldn't it just blend in with the sky rather then creating light?

Black holes are somewhat invisible, but from what you can see of them is the material being sucked in at the event horizon and the surrounding gases being superheated would give off light. So you can still see the material being sucked in at the event horizon, just not the actual hole. But like was said, no one knows how or what an actual black hole inside a planet's atmosphere would look like.
Thats a fair response.

If it was a black hole it would have done more then just vanish. :|
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10 Dec 2009   #16
Airbot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

I'm still sticking to my first 2 theories on what it was.
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10 Dec 2009   #17
FuturDreamz

Windows 8 Pro (32-bit)
 
 

take a missile. break the end so that the exhaust is pushed out at an angle.
Voila! tailspin.
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11 Dec 2009   #18
chuckr

XP_Pro, W7_7201, W7RC.vhd, SciLinux5.3, Fedora12, Fedora9_2x, OpenSolaris_09-06
 
 

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Black holes actually would just be black. So wouldn't it just blend in with the sky rather then creating light?

Black holes are somewhat invisible, but from what you can see of them is the material being sucked in at the event horizon and the surrounding gases being superheated would give off light. So you can still see the material being sucked in at the event horizon, just not the actual hole. But like was said, no one knows how or what an actual black hole inside a planet's atmosphere would look like.
Thats a fair response.

If it was a black hole it would have done more then just vanish. :|
It's just old 'Doc Brown',

returning Back from the Future,

using a Microsoft flux capacitor...
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11 Dec 2009   #19
z3r010

 

I find it hard to believe the Russians would admit a missile failure.
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11 Dec 2009   #20
smarteyeball

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chuckr View Post


It's just old 'Doc Brown',

returning Back from the Future,

using a Microsoft flux capacitor...
I think you've hit the nail on the head there
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