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Re: Evaporation

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Posted by Matthew Greville/">Matthew Greville on September 15, 1997 09:25:06 UTC

Time travel, we can not catagoricaly state that it is not possible as we haven't found a hole near enough to send anything too. Also as hawking says alot of what is thought is exactly that thought. a black hole in order to travel thru one needs one on the opposing side to create a wormhole but the black hole would have to stabalise before it reached a singularity. therefore removeing the threat of spagettification if the hole was stable

getting beyound the event horizon is possible if the hole is stable and of enough mass. but you would be not only entering the hole but observes would still see you at the edge off the horizoin dur to the space/time warping effect of the hole

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