UmdieEcke2 t1_jedn3rg wrote

Black holes in the galaxies center tend to only make up a tiny fraction of the whole mass. It's not like our solar system where most mass is caught up in the central body.

The stars orbit the galaxies center not because of the black hole, but mostly due to the mass of all the other stars also swirling around the galaxy. Which from the perspective of a single star is pretty much the same as if all those other suns were part of the black hole.


UmdieEcke2 t1_j9ptqpg wrote

Does that mean there is a single neuron strand for each tiny area we can feel something with? so basicall a full nerve strand, from every square-milimeter of skin or internals all the way up into the brain? Or is it more like a couple of strands, which form different patterns depending on where exactly the sensory information comes from?