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Are Blackholes Like Wormholes? I Think Not...

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Posted by IceKnight626@hotmail.com on March 27, 2000 05:19:30 UTC

Hi my nameis David Knight, im not the best speller so bear with me.. im 15 and have thought of the idea of a blackhole being a wormhole or a whiteholes intake... In hypothisis it is impossible for anything to leave a black hole ( rip in space , time , dimention )
it tolk me a while to understand myself on this one so try and follow... ok take a 3d model of a planet, and pretend its a blackhole.... now on every side and every posible angel it is takeing stuff in right? but wheres the exit point? now.. follow this.. take a pice of paperand draw a hole in the middle.... pretend that it is a black hole, now poke your finger through it.... you still following?
im not saying space is flat, but it is imposible for anything 3d to have a non flat opening..... so... if a blackhole is a ball, in speaking, if there is to be a gate or opening it has to be flat
or at least relitivly flat...
if you`v goten thisfar thank you ... for thoes who havent use a moddle likei said...id like to here ideas or even critisism.. to make my idea even better ok?
E-mail me at iceknight626@hotmail.com

and thanx for your time....

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