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Posted by liqid touch on September 10, 2000 02:45:37 UTC

it`s said that nothing, no matter of any kind can escape for a blackhole. i understand that a blackhole is ,in short, an area of great and mass gravitational forces. does this imply that that light also has a level of mass? well only that which has mass is effected by this anomelly. nothing has ever been reported to change the flow or direction of light(other than) reflective objects by which light will not pass through. it leads me to think of E`s theory of relativ- and the existance between time and space. I can`t help but to come to the conclution that a black hole is or appeares to be a shift into another place in time. most logically backwards, in time. since light cannot be slowed from the speed of which it originated it can however be altered, ???to a faster state???

question beeing:)
are blackholes a jump into the past, creating the reason that nothing escapes even from the event horizon? "which by the way was a very good movie"
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