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Re: Controlling A Quantum Singularity

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Posted by graviboy on August 21, 1999 07:15:55 UTC

: if anyone has any ideas on how a singularity, the heart of a black hole could be controlled send info to, I think a strong magnetic field in space might do it. please respond

Why not a gravitational field? It may be possible to make it spin really fast so that inertia will "stretch" the black hole's mass,providing a singularity in the center,but without the point of no return... How to do it? Like said above:Gravitational fields.

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