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Re: Black Holes

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Posted by Michael Moosman/">Michael Moosman on September 9, 1998 21:03:28 UTC

: : There is no concrete evidence that there is a blackhole about 7500 light years : : away. There has been no black hole discovered so far. So far there are : : only hypotheses that state the existence of it which is very much nearer : : to the truth. The most convenient way that this theory is accepted is : : stepehn hawkings theory is that the universe has millions of tiny black holes : : . That fact is convincing as it explains the chaos theory to an extent.

: : have fun : : gadz : name:Crash : reply to : blackholes by gadz

: : How do explain the x-ray source from Cyngus X1. And the Blue giant swirling around it. The only possible explanation is a blackhole.

There is NO reason why there would NOT be black holes. We KNOW that light is affected by gravity. We also KNOW that there is VERY dense stars called neutron stars. Why wouldn't there be a neutron star that's escape velocity would be greater then light speed? Why have we seen gases swirling around a spot in space, where that spot doesn't emit ratiation, but the gas is swirling around it fast enough to emit X-rays? And that gas is getting Sucked off a star close by and that star is rotating around that spot in space? If you can answer these questions then you can tell me that Black Holes don't exsist.

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