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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on January 21, 2001 01:21:29 UTC

I wonder if anyone has thought to ask what the "critical mass" of a blackhole is how much energy or mass does or can a blackhole absorb before it will change. Maybe that is the kind
of phenomenon we need to be looking for. And also
why do say "when light is ascending " how would you know that the light energy was ascending what
is your perspective.

Later Edward

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