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RE: Are There Different Types And Sizes??

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Posted by okl on September 30, 2000 10:01:44 UTC

well...there are different types of black holes...we differentiate them by mass basically...a good example will be the MASSIVE black hole that our UNIVERSE revolves around...its about 50000billion times larger than our sun...(take 5 to the power of 50000billion)...and thats simply a calculation though....u can have mathematical equations and explanatory theories...i cant give you the mathematical equation...i dunno how to type it!! thing we dont know for sure...we dont know what exactly will happen when u fall into that black hole...
heres somethin interestin though which can be related to lookin for black holes:

theres a hole in the highway.
u dont SEE the hole, but u see the difference in the surroundings which explains why u can "SEE" the hole.
thats how we look for black holes...the difference they make to their surroundings...

ok i`ll keep this short....!!!!

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