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RE: Need Some Input Plz Help

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Posted by silverana on November 1, 2000 09:52:06 UTC

hey ... im not sure how a thesis acutally works or if u hav any specific criteria u need to meet when coming up with ur thesis, but try these ones ideas:

- this was actually asked by sb in the forum which got everyone thinking ... if gravity is soo strong that it prevents anything from escaping its event horizon, then how do gravitons escape to attract anti/particle.

- this is something id like to know ... we know that the entropy on the event horizon only increases or remain constant, but what about inside the blackhole? if it collapses to a singularity does it mean that its entropy would decrease? and isnt that against the 2nd law of thermodynamics?

i'll try to think some more for ya ......

gd luck for it! :o)

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