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Re: Balck Holes

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Posted by Dr. Nicolas Blais/">Dr. Nicolas Blais on March 19, 1997 12:13:27 UTC

: : : : How do black holes do what they do, and whats : : on the other side of a black hole

: They use a singularity that greates a huge polarized graviton field which sucks up matter, in a way of speaking, and nothing can escape once you cross the horizon field. Not even light

: Dr. Nicolas Blais

Oh, yeah I forgot, it is impossible to know what is on the other side since we never saw something go threw, but my personal opinion, I think that it brings you to another part of the universe at another time. But since when you cross the horizon, you get rip up, you probably could't survive crossing the Black Hole

Dr. Nicolas Blais

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