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Re: Black Hole Paradox

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Posted by dude 101/">dude 101 on October 25, 1999 06:05:36 UTC

: : : The equation also states that at one point, energy becomes mass.

: : No it doesn't. It just states that mass is a form of energy.

: Alright, so it states that mass is a form of energy, but it also states that at a certain point that form can change into another form.

: Matter and energy behave in a very similar mannar at the subatomic level. For instance, elctrons really aren't particles but more of a wave. They really aren;t "things" but wavelike disturbances. A better understanding of the superstring theory would help to understand this.

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