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RE: BLack Hole, Is This True?

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Posted by indumamtora on August 9, 2000 09:56:05 UTC

Yes many versions are true. Most of them are imagenary - thought out, cleverly. I can give you few new ideas here -
* It has matter at 0 deg, K
* There is only one black hole per regular shaped galaxy.
* In irregular shaped galaxy there is NO black hole!
* Irregular shaped galaies get attracted towards nearest regular shaped galaxy due to gravitational force of the black hole in it, though it may be at a distance of 3000 million light years!
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