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RE: Black Holes And The Big Bang/Crunch????

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Posted by Giota on October 1, 2000 22:14:54 UTC

Big Bang is something like a White Hole (in fact white hole is a miniature of big bang)! Universe is expanding and due to the result of the seaches it will not collapse.

I think you are entirely wrong. But in this field of science maybe we are all in wrong ways!!!!

P.S.: In order black holes to combine together must come close! Do you know about the horizon of events?

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