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RE: Eating Anti Matter

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Posted by silverana on October 29, 2000 09:01:51 UTC

according to hawking, a black hole DOES shrink...

picture a pair of virtual particle and antiparticle approaching the event horizon, both of them dont neccessarily have to fall into the bl, lets imagine that the gravitational attraction only affects the -ive particle b4 it can annihilate with its buddy. i think he presumed that once the vritual partical falls into the event horizon, it gets transformed into a particle that does not have any dependency on its buddy, ie: its free of the partnership. while the particle carries the -ive energy into the black hole, its buddy escapes but appears to an outsider as coming out of the blackhole (BUT ITS NOT!)

according to einsteins eqn e=mcsquared
envery gets transformed into mass,
therefore the -ive evergy carried into the blackhole transforms itself into -ive energy (-ive = less), its reducing total amount of energy inside the bl therefore decreasing the overall mass ...... therefore a black hole CAN shrink.

....i hope i made sense ......
sometimes i dont even know what im talking about ......... lol* maybe we all feeeeel like that sometimes ....... :o)

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