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Posted by Callewaert Stijn/">Callewaert Stijn on July 21, 1999 18:50:27 UTC

: : : : : : If a blackhole is the point of no return the why does it radiate or release sub-atomic particles? What lies beyond space or is there a limit?

: : Hi, : : I'm studying quantum physics and according to theory, blackholes form whiteholes into parallel dimensions and emitt sub-atomic due to rotational spin effects of mass release. : : i would like to pass threw a blackhole just to find out what is on the outher side. do you think this will be possible in the furture

:If someone finds a way to create or to enter a blackhole,I am your man.I would go in and come back with all the info you need or even more.

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