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RE: Seeing Inside A Black Hole

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Posted by Eric Wenger on August 22, 2000 00:41:51 UTC

No offense "Alroidz" but that was a stupid idea. For one, like someone else mentioned, the tether would need to have infinite strength, and even if it did, once the probe went past the Event Horizon it would suck the ship into the blackhole considering that nothing can escape the Event Horizon. Second, if you somehow managed to get the probe out of the blackhole it probably would have been completly crushed as it neared the singularity

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