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Black Holes--new Theory I Think I Found Out

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Posted by m.r.prashanth babu/">m.r.prashanth babu on April 14, 1999 07:41:46 UTC

i have used einstein's theory of relativity to prove that the black hole and the star are one and the same and they differ only in the TIME frame that they exist at that particular moment. That is the black hole consumes energy by means of powerful radiations in space and uses these rays and matter to start the nuclear fusion reaction to again form a star in the new time frame __________

Any body who wants to now more about my hypothesis or what ever it may be contact me at email id's or my personal address.

mfhelp@cbsinc.com (or) prashanth_babum@hotmail.com

my personal address:

m.r.prashanth babu s/o m.ramakrishna, ii/368,society colony, madanapalle -517325 chittoor district, andhra pradesh, india

i have the proof in the form of equations also as far as i know. and i wanted to send that to some magazines or institutes which will publish them, verify them and reply me about the outcome

iam eagerly waiting for the queries.

thank you with regards, prashanth babu(my nick name is babooooooooo) bye

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