What would, if proven to exist, a black-hole look like from the above views?
And why do they, seemingly, appear to face only one direction? shouldn't the forces be dimensionally symmetrical?
The current thinking is that there is a black hole at the center of every galaxy. I concur. But we've yet to see one in action, unfortunately.
Are these smaller ones facing the same direction as the central one? Please.
I am curious as to which direction is up and which down in space. One can only view a black hole from above in relationship to the black hole.
There is no behind or below.
But, using our own galaxy (spiral, yet flat, equatorially) as an example, we clearly see a funnel-effect in play.