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Re: Re: Seeing A Black Hole.........

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Posted by J Raymond Redbourne on March 4, 2001 22:07:59 UTC

On the other hand, waves pass through one another, just as on the water. Therefore, light waves being emitted from a Black Hole, will indeed emerge. That they are said not to, is theory yet to be proven. The theory that they will not is based upon light being "photon particles", and that theory is based upon the MM Ex being valid, which it is not. Black Holes indeed exist, but they are neither "black" nor "holes".

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