Neil deGrasse Tyson gives a detailed explanation on the process of human death when the Black Hole approaches Earth and engulfs it!

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  • Earlier this, week, a star was, seen issuing out of the Black Hole at the center of the Milky Way.
  • World scientists are confused and wonder whether they know everything about the Black Hole.

But scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson has reiterated his Black Hole warning. He said that the Black Hole is, fast approaching the earth.

It is not good and is not a good way to die. He stressed that death occurs first and then people will disappear.

Neil deGrasse Tyson and his theories on the Black Hole

Scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson has a not-so-rosy picture of the Earth should the planet get engulfed by the fast-approaching Black Hole.

He has written a book in 2007 called “Death By Black Hole”. In this book, he has painted a very gory picture of the death of humans by the Black Hole.

In 2008, Neil delivered a public lecture with Ryan Watt in San Francisco. And here, he explained his research and theories to a theatre packed with curious listeners.

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He said:

“The gravity of the black hole is extreme, light doesn’t even escape.

“The escape velocity is so high, the speed of light is not good enough, so if light doesn’t come out, nothing is coming out.”

Neil added:

“You fall in, you’re not coming out – it’s a one-way trip.

“If you die this way, you won’t get to tell anyone how you died.”

Neil deGrasse Tyson and his explanation of human death by the Black Hole

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The amount of pull by the gravity of the Black Hole and that of the Earth do not differ much. But Black Hole is constantly pulling you in.

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He explained in depth the whole process of dying. Neil said:

“As you fall in, you don’t just die because you disappear.

“You die long before you disappear, as you fall in the gravity at your feet is greater than the gravity at your head.

“In a black hole, you’re so small, so compact, your height matters as you fall in.

“Your feet start falling in before your head does and it’s a bad situation to be in.

“Initially it feels like a stretch, it’s cosmic yoga, but then the stretch continues beyond the comfort level.”

The final moments of death by the Black Hole

Neil elaborated and step-by-step explained the whole process of death. He said:

“You would reach a point where – and they’re called tidal forces – get so great that they exceed the intermolecular forces that bind your flesh.

“And so the point comes where you snap into two pieces – likely to happen at the base of your spine.

“It turns out you will survive that snap because below your waist, while there are important organs, there are no vital organs.

“So your torso stays alive for much longer, but the other pieces snap into two, then again into eight and then 16.

“Eventually it’s your head and multiple other parts, and that will continue until you are a stream of atoms descending towards the abyss.”

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It indeed is a scary situation!

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