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RE: RE: RE: The End Of The Universe?

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Posted by Kev on April 4, 2000 20:07:55 UTC

I have to pretty much agree except that some objects are so far away from the black hole that the gravitational effect of the black hole is negligable in comparision to local masses. Also, depends on if the Universe is destined to constantly expand or eventually collapse under it`s own mass back into a finite point (Big Bang Theory)

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