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RE: So Can We Consider A Blackhole A Vacuum Cleaner?

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Posted by Giota on October 25, 2000 22:33:15 UTC

My friend, it's hard for me to understand your thoughts. I translated all those you wrote in my language very carefully, but it's too hard to get the point!
Tilt a blackhole to the side? A string made up of many small separated particles? How do they transfer energy to the particles that are not in the gravitational field?
I understand the sentences you write, but i can't get you.
If you please explain...

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