Something's Missing: Dark Matter
There is a strange substance that takes up about ninety percent of the entire universe. Scientists refer to it as "dark matter." We don't have the slightest idea of what it is actually made of. Scientific theories are all the information that currently exists about this gravity-inducing phenomenon. Scientists will continue to speculate until we uncover the mystery behind dark matter.
Black holes are called neutron stars by scientists. They are very old stars that collapsed under their own gravity. They capture and suck in anything that enters their "Event Horizon" or point of no return. First,when they enter, they are stretched out like spaghetti. Then, they reach the point where outside communication is impossible. Next, time and space are stretched into an endless mess and it all comes down to one point. Finally you are broken down bit by bit until you are dead. (Theoretically, you can luck out and end up shooting out of another opposite black hole that has become a wormhole.)