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RE: A Question On Black Holes

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Posted by aibo005 on September 7, 2000 15:49:18 UTC

black holes have a huge gravitational force pulling on anything that comes to near it its like when suck on something through a straw waht your suckin on has no gravity it is just heavy and your sucking with more force than its weight. so black holes ar pulling with more force than what ever the objects weight is.
(in my opinion)

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