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Posted by on August 5, 2000 14:08:11 UTC

I am an amatuer physicist, so if you have any insights to my hypothesis they would be well recieved

My theory is a very simple hypothesis that could explain the basic formation
of many interstellar objects such as nebulae ,black holes and perhaps
wormholes, in a single leap. These hypothesis` maybe already in circulation
but I thought that I may try. I don`t wish to reveal to much of my theories
openly. so, I will explain my hypothesis on black holes.

To begin, to my knowledge, black holes require a mass or approx. 5 times
that of the sun in order to be created or else it becomes a neutron star. I
believe that this massive mass is required as e=mc^2 so big enough Energy is
required to break something i call the interlayer, this is the piece of the
black hole that doesn`t obey the laws of physics. I believe that this
interlayer protects our dimension from that of others, although i also
believe that these other dimension still has a minute effect on our
dimension, to use an analogy of a radiator in the home, it doesnt flood the
room with water in order to heat the room the water in the radiator heats an
in turn excites the atoms around it to heat the room. There is a lot more
but i dont wish to show it all on the internet for my own personal reasons.
This perhaps isn`t the most clear discription of my theories but if there
are any questions dont hesitate to ask me

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