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So Can We Consider A Blackhole A Vacuum Cleaner?

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Posted by okl on October 24, 2000 22:57:15 UTC

...such that...if u fly fast enough to escape its gravitational pull u could escape it?

like blade said no work is done when u are moving ur hand over a mug...what if u tilt the blackhole to the side...such that the blackhole is sucking the "thing" sideways? would that be considered doing work?

now if the gravity is so gr8...how do the gravitons escape from its pull?
if they do escape...do they actually transfer energy to the particles that get sucked in and IN TURN the particles do the same thing to the other particles going down?

ok...maybe its kinda misty there...imagine a string going down a hole...but the string is made up of many many small particles which are separated...if it is going down...how does it actually transfer energy to the particles that are NOT in the gravitational field?

AH SCREW IT!
I CAN't make it CLEAR enough!!
CANT GET IT DOWN TO WORDS!!!
JUST REPLY IF U CAN!!!

oh yea blade...thanks for answerin my previous post...really got my Language Removed on the problem...and to the other ppl too!!

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