Science defines black hole as – No proper definition. Black holes are just empty areas in the space with enormous suction and capacity to absorb rocks such as planets. Enough that even light passing by it bends and refracts. Black holes are found in a lot of places in the universe. How many are there? No one can tell as black holes are just… BLACK!
Then where did the concept of black holes come from?
Scientists have been observing that there are enough big rocks and particles that orbit the sun. Once any of these rocks gets close enough to a black hole, it gets attracted by the pull from the black hole itself. The rock then starts circling around the black hole and the pull of the hole shreds the rock apart. The shredding of the rock takes place due to the massive pull from the black hole and the orbital motion of the rock around the black hole itself.
Depending on the size of the rock and the black hole, the process can take years or decades as time itself at that spot (black hole) is defined as infinite.
Now looking at the old concepts of time machine, it could also be proven that when a rock gets attracted towards the black hole, its velocity will abruptly change and increase. This will defy the time variance of all standards of time based on lunar, solar or mechanical time concepts.
By definition, this circular motion can continue for as much as days, years and decades as any part of the rock can face sun at any time, all time, or no time at all. What happens within that shred time can only be imagined as the whole rock turning into dust particles, the sun going around it in seconds or even micro seconds (if one has to imagine standing as a particle)!
If earth had to go through a time machine, the only one defined by science till now is black hole. In that case, earth has been circling around for millions of years. If there was a black hole in its orbit, it would have had been known already.
Unless, the earth had to lose its orbit!
Science also knows that earth has been losing its magnetic field and continues to lose it every second. The magnetic field around the earth plays a vital role in keeping it safe and letting it continue circling around the sun in the orbit is does. What could happen if the magnetic energy is at a stage where this rock (earth) has to change its course?
Now let go down to atomic structure. When an electron loses its velocity or momentum to continue in its radius, there is a change in its orbit.
Anyone interested in finding the closest black hole?