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RE: BLack Hole, Is This True?

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Posted by VIE on July 9, 2000 13:50:21 UTC

A black is an extremely abundant source of large quantities of energy but only if you throw something in (ie: a planet, garbage, etc...), because something went in it gets split into particles and anit-particles. The anti-particles fly into the black hole and the particles fly away from the event horizan (not quite getting sucked in) these particles are then extremely charged with high levels of enegy. It is true it sucks stuff in.

It is not true that it is a teleporter (your probably thinking of a wormhole). If you fly into a black hole without getting torn apart you`ll probably hit a large wall known as the singularity, which probably looks like the snow on a t.v set. When you use a wormhole (2 independantly connected blackholes) you can travel to infinite distances and maybe to other galaxys and other universes.
Our planet is in anycase not endanger of getting eaten by a black hole. So now you can sleep quietly at night.

I hope this helps you in some way!! :)

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