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RE: RE: Are Blackholes Like Wormholes? I Think Not...

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Posted by Andy Smith Physicist Extraordinare!! on March 29, 2000 02:27:44 UTC

Good point, but you must understand that while something such as a white hole can be proved mathematically, doesn`t mean it exists. For example it is mathematically possible for a rock dropped off a cliff to bounce back up to the hand that dropped it, but highly improbable! White holes almost certainly do not exist (If they do only for milliseconds...I won`t get into it). To the original poster of this message, a black hole goes down to a mathematical point, with no width, height, or depth. Quantum theory now takes over. If something went into a black hole (and was per-say transported to a new cosmos) it would do so instantaneously. (Think: shrink to point, travel to white hole instantly, expand at white hole). Thank you for your time!

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