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Re: Black Holes

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Posted by memnoch/">memnoch on February 14, 2000 23:41:03 UTC

: : Where do I find information on Black holes? The basic information I mean. : : What are they made of? : : Do they bend time? : : Ideas of time traveling through black holes? : : Is there an exhaust from the black holes or do they only gather material : : How does black holes fit in a expanding universe well ill try and help to shead some light so to speak on this subject for you . 1 nasa,s home page is a good sorce of information on anything conserning space. 1.1 opps . Black holes are made of matter that is condeced by its own gravty that it is no lounger 3 demtional it has been condeced into a single point ie it is infently small thair for it is infently dense 2.Thay do not bend time. in high gravty fields time tends to slow dowen reltive to earth so if you could some how view someone after thay passed the event horizien of a black hole thay would apear to be moving in super slow moition but to them thay would move towards the singlarty at the speed of light or close to. 3.time travle throw a black hole humm well if by some mirical the gravtational pull of the black hole could pull you faster than the speed of light in theory you would go back into time two problems thought once anythings pases the event horiztion it never ecapes. 4. no a black hole dose not spit anything out anything that pases the event horiztion is gone 5.thay fit into an expanding universe just fine black holes canot and do not suck up everything enevitably rember a black hole only has as much mass as it has sucked in it is possibal to have a star systemorbit around an black hole and not gut sucked in . you only get sucked in for shure once you pass the event horizin thairfor thay do not effect the stars that moving away from it espicaly ones far away

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