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

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Posted by prahlad on March 29, 2000 19:45:29 UTC

Hello i am prahlad. As I know, blackholes highly
dense pulasar. Their gravitational pull is strong
that even light cannot escape through it!Here,
all the time ,mass, energy comes to an end.
But they are very different from wormholes.
Wormholes are like gates in space which contanis only one enterence. Through it one can go to any part of time.future or past.
If anyone enteres through it, it will shut it self.But by some any method, if we can join the two ends of it, we can easily visit any part of our time,past or future.But wormholes are still not discovered. Their exitence are only calculated. Even black holes are invisible.
Thank you help me make my idea better,okay?,

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