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Black Holes- A Source Of Anti-matter?

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Posted by Chris Duncan on March 31, 2000 03:54:24 UTC

Opposites attract right? + and - attract. Matter and antimatter attract. I have heard that the event horizon of the black hole is extremely hot. Standard combustion is only about 7% matter to energy exchange. Nuclear fusion- 20 to 25%. Matter to antimatter- 100%(theoretically). It was Einstein that theorized this. If that is true, then the event horizon is extremely hot due to the matter-antimatter exchange. I am theorizing that if this is true(all evidence points to it), then black holes would actually be white holes of antimatter universes(dimensions??) and vice-versa, Right?

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