Is a black hole the eye of a space storm?
- CarolOklaLv 71 year agoFavourite answer
No, goring. Black holes are NOT space storms.
In some, a hurricane geomagnetic storm is an inaccurate model, but an event horizon of a black hole us not the same thing as the center of a hurricane or tropical storm. hurricane or tropical storm is a low pressure weather system. Magnetic forms are a more inaccurate model.
Again, this becomes a discission or debate about the meanings and interpretations of words and is off topic from the original question.
A black hole is NOT a convenventional hole.
- cosmoLv 71 year ago
Oh, sort of, in a loose analogous way. You could call the accretion disk around the Black Hole a "storm", and the Black Hole is in the middle of it. But the Black Hole itself is a monstrous thing; the "eye" of a hurricane or tornado is not the cause of the storm, as is the Black Hole
- choko_canyonLv 71 year ago
- MarkLv 71 year ago
No. Why all these bizaree black hole questions?
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- Elaine MLv 71 year ago
- 1 year ago
no, it is not
- VelaLv 61 year ago
an eye of a storm is calm
a black hole is a singularity, that's sucking everything in.