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

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Posted by CL on October 26, 2000 01:32:51 UTC

okl.......i believe one of the questions you're asking is, that if nothing can escape from a blackhole, then how do these so called "gravitons" get out and go find something to pull in. Am I correct?
So to break it down in plain terms, if nothing can come out of a blackhole, how does gravity then get out to pull things the first place..??

Well I guess I can ask the question for ya but I sure as hell can't answer it. That one seems difficult. Good question though!

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