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Re: Energy Equations

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Posted by Justin/">Justin on October 9, 1998 20:59:59 UTC

I'm not sure of the exact equations, but i do know that to find all the properties of a black hole, you need three numbers, the hole's mass, the angular momentum of its spin, and its electrical charge. No hole in interstellar space can contain much electrical charge; if it did, it quickly would pull opposite charges from the interstellar gas into itself, thereby neutralizing its own charge. So figuring the charge shouldnt be complicated.

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