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Re: Re: Something New To Look For.

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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on January 23, 2001 04:42:12 UTC

I don't get your abev.'s what does BH stand for and what does hf and ef stand for. Also the color
of the light is related to the freq. of the light
and I believe the range of light spectrum is not that greatly seperated. I think all we can really
say is that light that approaches a black hole is
not reflected. It seems to me some people are fitting therories of gravity to explain the fact
that the light is not being reflected. How does the gravity of the sun affect the light that escapes from the sun. I wonder about blackhole
therory because it seems to create a static state
and it seems to me anything that constantly absorbs mass and energy cannot be static. but I seem to be wandering so I will sign off

Later Edward

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