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RE: RE: Destroying Energy

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Posted by Chris James on March 30, 2000 22:14:32 UTC

I agree. Black holes are part of the life-cycle of a star. A star`s outward "push" due to its energy keeps the star from collapsing on itself. When it runs out of energy, this exact thing happens. Black holes are just the opposite. When they run out of energy due to "gravitational waves", they explode.

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