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Posted by John Perry on May 27, 1998 14:26:42 UTC

: Post any info you might have on black holes. THANKS! Black holes are huge stars that colapsed in on themeseslves after they ran out of enough nuclear fuel tocause a spontaneous explosion to support their huge weight. They then shrunk and eventually built up enough gravitational preasure to cause it to fuse carbon and create all the elements above carbon. the remaining material grew super dense and turned into a singularity (a singularity is a point in which an unlimited amount of matter can be stored. Teh black hole has enough gravitational pull to keep even light from escaping it, that's wwhy we can't see them. all we can do ti predict that they exist, and identify light patterns of matterial being sucked into it. Many things have been theorized about singularritys because they defie all he laws of physics on this material plane, or dimension. Wormholes are often associated with blackholes.

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