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Posted by rezonate on October 27, 2000 16:45:36 UTC

Is there an arguement for the non-existence of singularities...Because fot he way space-time is curved would it be fair to say that the mass that will form the singularity will always be on the brink of forming one, without ever quite getting to that state?
Hmmmm, that didnt really make mnuch sense did it? nevermind - i'm counting on u CL and Blade

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