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RE: RE: RE: Is There An Avg Size For Black Holes?

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Posted by okl on October 28, 2000 14:30:15 UTC

its very fascinating and very mind boggling too...

looks like u are more interested in the math of black not interested in more interested in figuring how does a black hole actually cease to exist(using thinkin and not calculations/theories), how does it suck stuff in...when will it do whatever...using thinking...which is in fact much worse than u can even use math to calculate...everythin starts from thinkin...before u can calculate... spending too much time on this...i think im really neglecting my own studies...SCREW IT...well gtg get some of those into my tiny lil' brain...

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