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Re: Black Hole Endings

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Posted by Branwyn/">Branwyn on September 29, 1999 13:38:51 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.

: There isn't one so there is no other answer.

Alright, if you want to work that way: If there is no point when the density or mass of a black hole becomes so massive that it can't withstand it, does it just grow in density? Is it an endless supply of space? Where does all the space go? What happens when all the air inbetween the atoms compress. Black holes haven't eaten up the universe yet, and assumably, they aren't reletively new, so, what happens when there are only atoms left? What happens when there is no space left? It doesn't expand that much.

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