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Posted by Matthew Wilcox/">Matthew Wilcox on July 14, 1998 06:34:12 UTC

: black holes are probably collapsed stars whose implosion : have caused a gravitational hole in the universe : allowing particles of gas and light to be sucked : through. although im guessing that such a hole : would also affect space and time causing some kind : of high density gateway....maybe to other sections : of the universe!!!: I believe that such a link is possible, due to the curved nature of space-time two points in space may be close to each other even if in 'real space' they are many lightyears apart. If there is a black hole at both points then shurly their mass would pull then together, forming a link between them which is essencially faster than going in a straight line in 'normal space'. this would depend however on the way gravity works outside curved space time. also such a wormhole would be impossible to travle down as you would get stuck at either end and drawn into a 1 dimensional line in a three dimensional space, so would gravity effect you??????

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