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Posted by Erica Niemeyer on June 8, 2000 17:30:15 UTC

How can a black hole be sphereical if it is not of this dimension?? We cannot percieve it as any sort of shape if we were to see one, which would also be odd, considering they emit no light. A black hole has collapsed to the point of a super mega dese singularity, so my question is...how can we percieve it to be any shape, when speaking relative to the universe around us?

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