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Re: Thermodynamics Of Black Holes

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Posted by Michael Moosman/">Michael Moosman on September 10, 1998 18:25:48 UTC

: Kevin, : I strongly suggest you get the book written by Doctor Stephen Hawkings. You will find your answers there. Also think of this...what links does Blackholes and Quazars have. One eats matter and energy the other sends it out into space. A link? : Mac

Quazars don't have very much suporting there existance anymore. And to think that black holes "eat" energy is vague. Black holes take it energy, but why would that energy have to be spit out somewhere? Why couldn't the black hole absorb the energy into its self and simply not let it out? And I think "white holes" are Language Removed too. I'm asuming your considering Quazars and white holes the same thing

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