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RE: Going Into A Black Hole.

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Posted by deVIL seED on September 14, 2000 17:56:15 UTC

It`s not really responding to you, sorry. But It`s kinda working off your idea. I was thinking about two things. The first, which I`m sure I`m not the first to think this but as you approach the event horizon you would get sucked in eventually reaching the speed of light (in theory) suppose a black hole was symmetric and suppose you passed through the center and were shot out the exact opposite end, so in essence you`d be passing through a wormhole. Ok, now what if a black hole really was just a mass collecting energy or whatnot, if you were pulled though it at the speed of light and you were being compressed at the same time then wouldn`t your entire body shrink at the same time? So you wouldn`t really feel it, errr it`s kinda dumb but i was just thinking.

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