What would happen if a small hole suddenly appeared in your pocket? You'd probably lose things out of your pocket. What if that hole wasn't a normal hole but a black hole, then what would happen?

When we think of black holes, we typically think of a large hole in the universe that can suck in stars and all kinds of galactic matter.

The weird science question is, what if the black hole was very small? What would happen then? Apparently a lot. The short answer is, you'd die. But, this tiny black hole wouldn't stop there. It would effect not only the earth, but the entire solar system.

The lesson is this. In spite of the vastness of the universe, even a tiny black hole can do a whole lot of damage. This is scientific proof big things really do come in small packages.