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Make Your Own: Black Hole Fabricator!!

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This will tell you how to make a real, down to earth black hole. I swear this is a real instructable! Now, if you have the money, I invite you to build this project. Guaranteed that the FBI doesn't blow your house up first. So, I will also tell you that, because I haven't the money, I have not exactly done this. I CAN tell you that it will work theoretically. Multiple physicists and mathematicians have checked this, and it works. Please read all the directions before creating.

Now, I guarantee that this black hole is DANGEROUS!!!!! So please, make at your own discretion.

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Now, for the fun part.
 
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Step 1: Buy a 10000 Terahertz Laser

You can find such lasers at price ranges from $10000 to $10000000. Please, I don't guarantee that all 10000 terahertz lasers will be enough, but THAT, is where you come in. Find the correct laser. Please find a good intensity as well. (More intensity, the better.) You can use lenses to increase intensity. I would prefer you to RENT a laser, because it is cheaper.  If you want to, you can buy one. Ore make one, if you can be sure they won't implode while you do this work. 
Also, buy a beam splitter so you can split the laser to go all around the bead in the reaction chamber. That is why it is so powerful. Consistent energy from all sides. 

Step 2: Make a Reaction Bead

This is the most complicated part of this whole instructable. You will need:

-tritium
-deuterium
-hydrogen

One isotope each, you will need to place these in a special vacuum sealed, thin layered glass bead. 

Make sure it is COMPLETELY airtight!! If it is not, your experiment will go POOF!
Also, if your isotopes are not completely alone, I ditto the sentence above /\ /\  and you will be a sad kitty. 



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jpe40129 days ago

I know this is probably an easy question to answer but how does firing carbon at the star make it turn into a black hole?

And, in that bead, when you say that the isotopes have to be completely alone, does that mean that they have to be separate from one another or mixed together? :P

Just curious cuz I don't always have too good an understanding of how the science of certain things work, thanks!

archistrage4 years ago
Clever, but you do realize this won't make a blackhole that is actually dangerous. Even if a star the size of the sun collapsed and became a blackhole, it would only be about half a mile wide. But this would make a blackhole with a maximum size of a DNA molecule. Oh, and btw, that "simple computer" would need to be a supercomputer that could calculate the individual reactions between the dampening effects of the carbon, and the resulting fusion reaction in the Hydrogen molecules.
And what use is a black hole that just evaporates into x ray's and hawking radiation anyways?
007dna (author)  RollerT3 years ago
What use is a black hole? lol
Well for starters We could use a black Hole to warp the fabric of space Hence making a warp drive since space it self can be bend or warped we could use it to move space around a craft by feeding it small amounts of Ion's in which case the craft could carry large amounts of in a small space the fun part would be slowing down or stopping since we would have to figure out how to shut or make the black hole take a nap but then we would still coast threw space after the warp field shut down but again the ship would not be moving space would ;) ...
This guy know exactly what he is talking about. And due to the irregular bending of space and time after the creation of the black hole cause anything near to be gravatationally pulled in and thus adding to the mass of the hole and in effect increasing the gravatational field? and what about destroying the singularity of the hole anyway?
Destroying a black hole's singularity would be so difficult as to give the most die-hard ("There's no such word as 'impossible!'") optimist the blues...

A singularity is an (almost) infinite mass of (almost) infinite density. There is nothing in this universe - nor, probably, in any other - that does not require more energy to destroy than to maintain, so you'd need practically infinite energy, properly focussed, to destroy it.

But to achieve the required levels, you'd have to harness all the energy in the universe, as well as convert all the universe's mass into energy - which you can't do, partly because the loss of life would be far higher than the Black Hole would ever account for, but you'd also have to convert all the singularities in the universe into energy...

So, the destruction of the singularity you're aiming at (ignoring the fact that you've already converted the mass of your 'gun', along with its guidance systems, and yourself into energy) would require its own mass to be converted to energy, as well as that of everything else - which would then be pointless, as the singularity itself would no longer exist...

And, no, you can't stop at converting the singularity to energy, because that would require almost as much energy as 'simply' destroying it.
just a shot in the proverbial black hole... but wouldn't hawking radiation rather quickly "evaporate" a "small" black hole, provided it's kept from nomming other bits of matter in the mean time?
Well, it might, but that wouldn't really destroy the singularity itself, 'merely' render it inactive - and that possibly only temporarily, given the constant  energy generation state in/of space.
you are right but at the same time you are wrong.because all black holes are same in size nd it is actually a very very small dot....small means about 10^-33....It is called singularity....But what varies is the size of it's gravitational limit....higher the number bigger they look (actually we cant see them)..nd B.H would very bright if they didnt suck any photons....And now you dont really need a super computer for this kind of calculation.....because in the year 2001 IBM made one of the fastest mainframe super computer and it's computing power was 4.5 Tera flops/sec....but now you can get a 4.2 tera flops of computing with a 250$ intel core i7...nd if you use skull trail then bro you will get 8.4 tera flops...hahahaha...wicked right ??.....even a 199$ xbox 360(jasper) got about 3.1 tera flops...............
True, but I have a theory that larger black holes are actually made up on multiple singularities.  I was stating it based off that.

I always enjoy these conversations, because at the end of the day, no matter who agrees with what, no on actually knows.  We're studying an object, like you said, that we can't even see, who's very nature is to prevent any particles from escaping it's field.  I'm always willing to debate these things, but I never put that much faith in them.  

And also, the big problem with the computers, isn't necessarily how fast something can be processed, but how many things can be processed at the same time.  You can't do it in a linear fashion, because your individual reaction calculations will be flawed.  They must all be done at the same time.
 dont you think that those singularity would attract each other with tremendous force ??.....I didnt tell about speed...it was computing power....nd super computer are only used for high number of input nd out put.....to achive that in your pc you gotta use various input hubs............and super computer are also used as a analog to digital converter.......nd yes with the blessing of hyper threading of new intel's chip ur pc will be a super pc....bt mainframe super computers are the boss........I always thought that how it would be to put several 5870 in those monster sc !!!!
countable shams3 years ago
Do you work for Intel? You seem to be singing songs of praise about the i7 when cheaper and more powerful processors already exist...
shams countable3 years ago
cheaper more powerfull ??...can you name one ??
countable shams3 years ago

This is cheaper and faster than everything on this page, except for the Gulftown which is 4 times more expensive and only 300MHz faster.

shams countable3 years ago
http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/720800-amd-x6-vs-intel-core-i7s.html
007dna (author)  shams3 years ago
Oh c'mon guys, there ARE better ones out there, but have to be cooled in liquid nitrogen from the heat giveoff. The i5 and i7 are affordable ones that work very well.
shams 007dna3 years ago
just put a nvidia tesla and get cluster level computing !!
sadben shams4 years ago
yeah but a cheaper AMD phenom II @ 3.2 ghz works better than the intel one.
shams sadben4 years ago
 nope it aint.........amd doesnt got that computing power....no hyper threading nd power boost....core i7 870 is 2.9 ghz chip...bt when boost is on then it jumps to 3.6 with out any overclocking or additional cooling...nd its bus speed is much more higher.....
Our sun won't create a black hole, it won't even supernova, its 3 times to small for either.
well then sun will grow and grow and grow and grow and grow until it reaches saturn and shrink and shrink and shrink and shrink and shrink and poof its gone
007dna (author)  archistrage4 years ago
 Yeah, the computer can literally be any computing power, as long as it uses one function...

007dna
I reckon you could make that simple computer out of an old Atari.
I think he was just trying to say not to touch it.
wdash8 months ago
In the directions you said you didn't EXACTLY make this. Then what did you make?
laskman1 year ago
Thanks this really helped me destroy my home planet
i destroyed 8 planets including pluto. Thanks for your theory 007dna
freetree12310 months ago
It's a joke people
timlyo1 year ago
oh wow, that was awesome. Although you wouldn't have to worry about destroying your black hole at then end, Hawking radiation would take care of that for you
jrd11211 year ago
black holes are formed by gravitational collapse of massive stars, a star this size wouldn't have enough gravity to do anything
007dna (author)  jrd11211 year ago
Massive stars = massive black holes, tiny stars = theoretical micro black holes. In the disclaimer, I did mention this was all theoretical. Just an FYI. :)
jrd11211 year ago
this will not work because a black hole this size would evaporate almost instantly
007dna (author)  jrd11211 year ago
Now tell me, where did I say it would last infinitely? :P There is a reason theoretical physicists have recently declared micro-black holes "extinct."
jrd11211 year ago
i have one more thing to say about this.hertz is a unit of frequency not energy, so according to you the laser could be a laser pointer as long as it pulses a trillion times a second.
007dna (author)  jrd11211 year ago
Yes, but usually the two go hand in hand, in most cases. But laser technology is improving rapidly over the years, so in no time we should be able to select whatever we want in a pointer. :)
Ninjakaib1 year ago
A question for 007dna, how big is the black hole?
007dna (author)  Ninjakaib1 year ago
It really depends, and really quite can't be measured in some aspects. The singularity itself is unimaginably small, while the gravity field and gas disk(s) can be as large(or larger) as hundreds of our solar systems. The cool thing about space is that everything is at an extreme extreme, and will puzzle us for years to come. (Example: Imagine everything in our solar system being pressurized down to the size smaller than a pinhead. That's the power of a singularity. :D )
singapura2 years ago
I got to the last stage but my dog accidentally jumped in. How do I retrieve him?
I suggest you don't worry about it, your dog is probably gone forever unless you create an anti-black hole device, jump in to save your dog and then when you get him activate your device.
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