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RE: Are We Falling Through Space,going Sideways, Or What?

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Posted by Lorrel on May 7, 2000 02:18:17 UTC

Hate to tell you but this is an impossible theory.
We humans only see space as "black" because we see in the visible spectrum. Our brains have always seen a lack of light as black, light itself as white, and all the other colors are just beams of light minus parts of it`s spectrum. Us seeing space as black, and the name black holes is just human nature and evolution combining to form a co-incidince.

Furthermore, it has been noted that if we were inside a black hole anything and everything would be whipped sideways. Even if we were in the very center of this "black" hole, anything but a PERFECT sphere would be instantaneously ripped to atomical shreds.

RELAX, glad to see your thinking though.

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