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RE: Black Holes Collide?

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Posted by Chris James on March 30, 2000 21:58:52 UTC

What happens to two drops of water(that are floating freely) collide in space? If they are they are the same size, they will become one black hole, but who knows in which direction they will continue? If one is bigger than the other, the new black hole will travel in the direction of the bigger one, more or less. It will do this because it will have the more inertia.

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