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Re: Blackholes, Space.

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Posted by Ben Rodwell/">Ben Rodwell on January 6, 2000 14:58:59 UTC

: : : : : : If a blackhole is the point of no return the why does it radiate or release sub-atomic particles? What lies beyond space or is there a limit?

: : Hi, : : I'm studying quantum physics and according to theory, blackholes form whiteholes into parallel dimensions and emitt sub-atomic due to rotational spin effects of mass release.

: Hi, : I'm in an astronomy class at UNM and I'm doing a research paper on blackholes. If anyone has any helpful info. on blackholes can they please send me the info. Anything would help, the theory that blackholes form whiteholes into parallel dimensions is very interesting. I didn't think that blackholes emitt anything, if they emitted anything then we would know for sure that they really existed right? I know that we can assume that they exist because of the gravitational effect they have on nearby objects. Thankyou for any help you can give.

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