We’re getting closer to the 24-hour mark since the devastating event in Fortnite, which sucked not only the map but the whole game. After 24 hours of being glued in front of our PC monitors, TVs, or cellular devices, it all comes down to one question. Are we finally going to see any changes regarding Fortnite’s current stance?
After discovering all of the repetitive scenes and numbers circling around the black hole, should we maybe get a scientific approach so we could finally narrow the income possibilities? If so, then let’s take a look at a couple of information regarding black holes.
In short, black holes are invisible to the bare eye. They conceal themselves entirely with the background due to one reason, their transparency. Yes, black holes are transparent. They break all the laws of physics. We do not possess any intel of what is beyond it, or, once passed the bend point.
Now the interesting part. The visible part of the Black Hole is the Accretion Disk caused by matter being sucked by the Black Hole itself. Typically, that is a band formed by materials, such as gas, which is under control of the Black Hole but hasn’t still fallen in yet. This is a point-of-no-return as anything close to it cannot oppose the flow.
The more the Black Hole feeds itself, the more it grows. If there’s no such activity for a more extended period, after billions of years, the Black Hole perishes. Hopefully, in our “Fortnite case” this is just a couple of days away, or even hours.
Therefore, judging by the Fortnite Livestream, this pretty much means the Black Hole is still active. It flows an X matter around it, so it should be expected for it to grow. If Epic Games wants to make this a reality show, then that’s what it would happen with the stream. On the contrary, if the purple gas around the black hole vanishes, then we could expect its collapse.
Just to clarify, I may not be an astrophysicist, but I know one who has seemingly clarified the same, and that is Neil deGrasse Tyson, who hasn’t missed the opportunity to speak about the most recent Fortnite event.
Did your @fortnitegame suck you & everything else into a black hole?
Can’t help you there.
But death-by-black-hole is a thing, and there might even be an entire universe on the other side.https://t.co/Toio6gpgdv
— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) October 13, 2019