Answer to Question #27194 in Other Physics for Luke C
Let's say that some engineers designed and manufactured a perfect sphere that was hollow, It was absolutely perfect with no faults and had the same width all the way round even down to the last atom. Then lets take into consideration that this sphere was placed around a black hole in a perfect distance all the way around it. The sphere could not move because of the atoms around it would not allow it to, therefore it will create a somewhat defense against a black hole. But, if I was wrong and the sphere would move but the connection between the atoms was too great to break, would the black hole ingest the sphere or would it be stuck? It seems to be a very illogical question but it makes me curious on how the laws of physics works.