Physicist created a funny calculator., calculating the consequences of a collision of planets with a black hole.
Physicist Alvardo Diez developed an unusual
So what happens if we are “lucky" to meet a nightmarish funnel devouring whole stars? Based on the calculations of the system, a black hole that absorbs the Earth will release energy, approximately 55 quintillion times higher than the annual consumption of this same energy on the entire planet. But even this colossal event will hardly mean anything for the hole itself – its event horizon will increase by only one hundredth of a trillionth of a percent!
The main drawback of this calculator, perhaps, is that the image of the black hole absorbing our planet does not change in any way – even if you put absolutely absurd numbers on the line.