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Black Hole Paradox
Forum List  Follow Ups  Post Message  Back to Thread Topics Posted by Branwyn/">Branwyn on September 28, 1999 14:50:37 UTC 
So, I am reletively new to this whole site, but I have a few thoeries to throw amuck: This is the first. Everyone out there understands E=mc^2. So, this equations postulates that energy becomes mass when it travels at the speed of light squared. That is what a black hole is, theoretically. It's at the point where because it has so much mass, it has an incredible amount of gravity. That gravity makes any light that comes near it acceletare, thus making it go, eventually, the speed of light squared. And so, this energy becomes mass, adding to the mass of the black hole. Which makes it all paradoxial because it ends up increasing the gravitational pull on light, etc. Therefore more light accelerates and becomes mass, and so on and so forth. Maybe, it doesn't have to be light. Maybe it is heat. Because heat has a lack of mass, more so than light. Hopefully someone out there will respond and help me out with my theory. Many thanks, Branwyn 

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