What Would Falling Into a Black Hole Look Like?


Well, it would look like this. The dial on the lower left is your trajectory into the black hole, while elapsed time is displayed on the clock on the lower right. Note that there is a “real” time and the “warped” time as you experience it: What’s on your watch and what’s in your brain. The multi-colored photons-in-orbit effect is the point at which you pass the event horizon. Pretty freakin’ cool!

The entire article is here, with additional links to even more video variations on this theme.

Hat-tip to Johnah Goldberg at The Corner.

2 Responses to “What Would Falling Into a Black Hole Look Like?”

  1. bingbing Says:

    I’d click on the link but after last night, I think I have already…

    • Angus Dei Says:

      I’ll feel that way tomorrow, if I keep up this pace tonight. LOL!


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