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When Black Holes Collide??

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Posted by JediK9 on March 31, 2000 04:53:13 UTC

Hi All,

I read some earlier questions about what happens when Black Holes collide .....
What if !!!??? .... when the two collide,
their combined nuclear fuels are enough to bring a the stars back to life?? Would their sudden burst of Nuclear pressure (caused by the addition of new fuels) be enough to re-ignite the 2 stars and turn it back into a "normal" star??
After all .. it is only gravity that the light and the outward pressure must fight against, and gravity .. being just another force ... must be able to be overcome ... the new nuclear explosion would expand a black hole and therefore reduce its density such that light can now escape right?? kindof like 1 small kid fighting a big kid ... he`ll loose cause he doesn`t have the strengh to win ... but if ten small kids rush the big kid they`ll topple his reign of power ???
Help me out here ...

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