Originally posted by Blackadder11:
No one really knows, but I'm going by the most scientifically supported theory that everything is crushed and bent, probably more likely than anything else. They also seem to believe that in the future, as the professor says in 'A Flight to Remember'.
I thought (it has been a while since I've seen either Flight or Skipping, so this is from memory, mind you) that the professor just indicated that the countess could not be alive... which makes sense if she is torn to shreds on the way in (which she would be, due to inequal gravitational pulls on different parts of her body) or condensed into an infinitely small space, whether the shreds or infinitely small countess-ball is transported into another dimension or not. Still, "most scientifically supported theory" doesn't mean much in this case, as there is precious little known
about them at all. (note: this does not mean that I believe that black holes are gateways to another dimension, just that this may be a theory that resolves the problem you found)
Nothing else seemed to be destroyed, if I remember correctly. It all went into the black hole.
Well the explosion (wait... it was an IMplosion, wasn't it...) Well, the implosion was the solution to the chroniton problem, not the black hole. Perhaps the doomsday device destroyed the chronitons through radiation emitted when it was set off, or the shock wave, or heat, or something along those lines, and the black hole was just a cool-looking side effect. We don't know much about the properties of chronitons, it is hard to say what did them in (heck, it could have been Fry's strong emotions for all we know... luck break if that's the case!).