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Posted by Bill on June 12, 2000 02:59:21 UTC

Hello I found this board while looking into Worm Holes.

I find it very interesting as most do.

In discussing Black holes matter in all ways is relative to its enviroment.

Basically I feel ALL matter space and the "Concept" of time are all relative.

Time does not exist, it passes and therefor is measured.

Size is relative to it`s enviroment.

a grain of sand is larger than many worlds, but small in relationship to our world.

Our ability to conceptualize size is based on our enviroment. Not on the reality of matter as it exist.

Whats on the other side of a black hole? Everything that went through it, plus what was there befor.??? If it is just a very, very small hole in a baloon of space, it is at the same time very large and very small.

If you could travel at 1000 times the speed of light outward into space, I think you would never reach the edge or end of space. I think there is no end.

Thats unless you have seen both "THE MATRIX AND THE 13TH FLOOR".

Can time in relationship to a particular instance be altered by the item in question going through a energy hole and coming out on the other side? is there anyway to send a message through a worm or black hole?

Can black holes basically cancel themselves out. I mean can matter flow from one location through one worm/black hole to another location, while matter from the second location flows through another black/worm hole to another location. Maybe going back to the first or to a seperate 3rd location in sort of a pressure equalizeing process but on a very large scale?

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