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RE: RE: BLack Hole, What About Time?

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Posted by Person on July 27, 2000 02:57:18 UTC

When an object enters a black hole, it is pulled in at high velocities. Since you are traveling near the speed of light, you can see the
the spectrum. Because the light pulled in is coming at you, everything is extremely blue-shifted so, you are being fried by gamma rays and X-rays. By this time the gravity has ripped you to shreds and atoms. Finally, when reaching singularity, you are a group of protons, neutrons, and other subatomic particles. When falling into a black hole, time flows normally, but a viewer watching you would see you in an enternal pause according to Einstein`s theories of relativity.

Temp.-Since compressed, very high temperatures.
Mass-It is turned into subatomic particles.
Speed-The speed of light (186,282 mp/s)
Time- Read last sentence.
Energy- X-rays are released.

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