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RE: Do They Exist?

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Posted by Calvin Pham on May 24, 2000 15:15:55 UTC

You don`t need to be able to see something visually to know that it exists. Blackholes exert a gravitonal force on other surrounding bodies, by observing this effect, they calculate the existent of the blackholes. This gravitatonal force is probably most powerful in the Universe so I guess its` effect is extra-ordinary too, it`s hard NOT to "see" this effect.
I don`t see you that doesn`t means you `re not exist, because I can see the effect of your post in this forum (making me seating here trying to explain)...

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