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Re: Energy Equations

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Posted by karen/">karen on September 25, 1998 13:12:44 UTC

: : : is there anyone who knows an equation to find the amount of energy given off by a black hole. ex: old faithful

: : If anyone does that would be cool. I only know there is some. I don't think there is a formula, but I know there is a chance and I'm sure someone out there could make up one. If I knew HOW energy could possible leave a black hole I'd LOVE to know.

: there is such a thing as energy leaving a black : hole. in theory this energy is knwon as a white hole. : also NASA discovered a black hole "old faithful" this year : that gave off energy it had taken in every 30 minutes : i believe. if you do find someone that has such eqautions please : inform me. this info is essential to my grade.

Thanks for that piece of advice. Do you know any mentors that would be willing to help me in my quest for this really cool project. I have the equations i just don't know how to work them.

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