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RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: Seeing Inside A Black Hole

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Posted by Gwen Stefani on August 22, 2000 06:44:00 UTC

Thank you for explaining. I have not studied black holes for about 2 to 3 years so I am keching up on alot of things.

One question I have is if the escape velocety of a black hole is faster then the speed of light, what happens when light is sucked in.

A few years ago I read that many bolieved ,contrary to Einstien`s tests and theories, that the light actually excedes the speed of light.

Is this theory not as popular as was let on or was it disproven in resent ears?

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