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Posted by Think of Digital Compression on June 8, 2000 06:16:50 UTC

Take a sheet of newspaper and fold it in half. Then fold that half into another half. Keep folding until you no longer can fold the paper.
You will end up with a very small area compared to the area of the full sheet of paper you started with. Now the actual mass of the paper is the same, only the area has changed.

Take a look at the way information is composed of 0`s and 1`s in a computer.
The original file may be one megabyte. With a compression program it may be as small as 200k or less. Yet the whole one-megabyte of information is still there when itís restored.

A Different State of Matter

Before the Big Bang the whole Universe was a very tiny object. THEORY
All the matter that is in this Universe now was in this very tiny space. THEORY

We know that matter has different states, solid, liquid and gas. Once matter is sucked
Into a black hole we donít know what the state that matter will be, but we can be sure that its state has changed to something other then what it was before it fell into the black hole.

Super String Theory. All matter is composed of vibrating loops called strings. These loops in a black hole cease to vibrate. The entire nature of matter is now changed. Mass does not exist inside a black hole, even though it took mass to create one. The strings that create everything in this universe, are no longer strings in a black hole. All the different types of matter we are familiar with no longer exist. What does exist then in a black hole is a pure state of potential. Like a battery that sits and waits for the switch to close so that the electrons can circulate in a circuit. Black holes leek small amounts of energy so do batteries when they sit and are not being used.

Try this experiment. Get two small batteries, some copper wire. Tie or solder the negative end of battery A to the positive end of battery B. Then connect the positive end of battery A to the negative end of battery B. Now watch what happens to the batteries.

A black hole, and there may be millions of them in the Universe. When one black hole meets another, they discharge and all the matter that was sucked in to them now comes out in a big bang, or the creation of galaxies.

That it, all your questions are answered.

by gobeo@pacbell.net

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