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RE: Teleports???

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Posted by Chris Duncan on March 31, 2000 01:11:11 UTC

the only thing that could servive the extreme stress from the gravitation of a black hole is a PERFECT sphere. This geometric shape wouldn`t even suffice when it reaches the black hole`s "event horizon". At this imaginary spherical boundry around the black hole, I believe all matter is broken up into its fundamental building blocks-protons, nuetrons, and electrons; maybe even more fundamental parts like the muons and leptons and quarks.

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