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Re: Re: Black Holes And The Big Bang

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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on January 30, 2001 01:32:28 UTC

I have, since I first heard the description of a blackhole,thought a blackhole contains a cental mass that radiates the extreme gravity
that collects all the matter and energy that fall
within it's influnce. So I envision a blackhole to
be like an awesome magnet pulling everything towards it.
That is what led me to ask the question If
there is any fusion taking place inside a blackhole. I mean it happens everywhere else in our known universe(i know that is not really true
but fusion can occur anywhere else). And gravity
seems to be able to be a catalyst for fusion.
Maybe a blackhole is a large nucleus forming.
Please don't anybody jump me for these comments
I am just thinking online. Critisms are most welcome just be nice.


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