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Posted by Weakling on June 12, 2000 14:30:29 UTC

I`m also new here, not very old either. However, why would the conjoining of two black holes (objects of astronomically high mass, and infinitely small volume) create a big bang, release so much energy, or create galaxies. Wouldn`t the two black holes just collide and form an even bigger black hole? This would then lead me to believe the Big Crunch theory even more....

thanks for the intelligent replies (which I know I will receive.)

-Weakling
(Rob L.)

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