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Re: Black Hole Endings

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Posted by Branwyn/">Branwyn on September 29, 1999 00:29:40 UTC

: : What happens when a black hole gains too much mass and has too much gravity?

: There is no theoretical limit on the mass of a black hole.

Alright, but what if there was? That is the premise.

: :Does it implode upon itself? Does it turn into a star?

: There is no reason to assume so. Hence the premise above... what would happen if it did reach it's maz mass/density?

: :Which tends to make another paradox. I am full of them. A black hole implodes and turns into a star. And then the star out runs its life and supernovas into a black hole.

: I wouldn't call this one a paradox either.

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