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RE: The End Of The Universe?

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Posted by Chris D. on April 4, 2000 15:54:29 UTC

No. You are thinking of black holes as cosmic vacuum cleaners that suck up everything. Nothing is actually sucked in to the singularity until it reaches the event horizion. If you orbit it fast enough, the cintrifical force will equal the gravitaional force, and Neitheryou(the object) will not fly off, nor will you be overcome by the gravitational force of the black hole.

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