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Posted by Matthew Greville on September 17, 1997 08:17:17 UTC

To anyone who reads this don't say what a pile of Language Removed a least not until you've read it and told me why it is inaccurate as far a the common theories go.

If a black hole is a core of super dense matter with a gravitational density of incalcuable dimensions and the singularity a point where matter similtanously exists and is detroyed. Then a Black hole is the ultimate primordial soup is it not. If a black hole is created by the collapse of a enormous energy source in which or due to exists a large gravitational force field.And the subsequent shrinking and contraction that creates a black hole must be visable and therfore act as a marker

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