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Re: Blackholes And Absolute Zero

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Posted by Nanook101/">Nanook101 on June 12, 1997 20:03:48 UTC

: Is a blackhole at absolute zero??? Well, black holes definetely do exist. Considering that they suck many a star inside, as well as anything else in its destructive forcefield. I think that they could possibly be a time machine almost. Back in time most likely, considering I belive that there is no such thing as fate. They might just be an absolute zero, Where time stands still.

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