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Posted by Cris on June 7, 2000 01:57:13 UTC

I`m a little confused about something.
I was reading up on black holes today
and on one of the sites I was reading it
said that black holes can have diffrent
sizes. And that if a black hole "sucks" in
more matter is will get bigger. This is what
is confusing me, when a star becomes a black
hole it is compressed into a singularity
or infinity. So if its compressed infinatly
how can it get bigger??


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