if god got sucked into a blackhole and was compressed would his significance be any less?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
I Presume you are speaking of Jesus Frog yes Jesus Frog would be less sinificance.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Everything was created of God so, blackholes are already a part of It. As a part of Its plan, blackholes have some purpose that we have not learned about yet.
- J GLv 41 decade ago
This is really the question of 1/n* n! as n goes to infinity.
God 1! Blackhole 0!
- 1 decade ago
Let's assume God has the abilities assigned to him. Then yes. He has complete control over physics. He can exist in paradox. He can be as big as a mountain and as small as an atom. These are things that make him God. He would be beyond our comprehension.
It will be interesting to see the kinds of answers you get. People on both sides of the God question seem to get really riled up by the other side, yet both sides happily answer questions about super heros and Homer Simpson as if they were real.
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- K9Lv 41 decade ago
GOD owns the Blackholes in this universe!
- 1 decade ago
Well, first let's assume that god as you put it exists. Since the typical definition of god as the bulk of monothistic people view (him, (her, it, what ever)) is a benevolent being, the the answer to your question is a simple no. A benevolent, or all powerfull being can not be affected by anything.
Now to respond to an earlier answer about god being comprised of "spirit". Spirit is just another type of matter that exists on a different vibrational level then those on this ( the material plane). So therefore to have any affect on god, he or what ever would have to will change his vibrational level and therefore alter his plane of existance in order to be on an equal or lesser plane than the black hole.
- charleyitLv 51 decade ago
First of all I want some of what you have been smoking cause that is some good stuff. God - as we percieve Him - is Spirit. That is God has no solid mass and therefore cannot be sucked into a black hole. While it is true that light is sucked into black holes, light does have the properties of both a beam and a particle. God has no such properties and therefore is not subject to the laws of physics. He created those laws but is above them. Now pass that whatever you've been smoking over to me
- Anonymous4 years ago
Hmmm it somewhat is puzzling. we could think of logically (something Christians are incapable of) a million. Supposedly, not something can get away from a black hollow. 2. God is non-existant. A figment of people's mind's eye. 3. So it logically follows that God CAN get away from a black hollow.
- 1 decade ago
Profound...oooo....ok, let me take a crack at it. God created light...and God created planets (assuming that he didn't just create earth) so by creating light he knew that light would have to bend around things so next comes gravity...gravity in spinning motion = black hole...light cannot be created or destroyed (oops...physical paradox)...humm (let's say cannot be created or destroyed by anyone but him, ahh...) Universe expanding...god is everywhere...no going to say probably would just be relocated to different plane of existence....but what do I know I'm Taoist...so nothing last forever!!!
- barrbou214Lv 61 decade ago
let's just say that there is a god, the almighty, the creator of heaven and earth, the creator of all the stars in the sky,
and of all of creation. do you think that a simple black hole
would have any effect on him/her? don't think so scooter.