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Re: I NEED INFO ON BLACK HOLES.

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Posted by SOCKS/">SOCKS on September 23, 1997 12:41:56 UTC

: : I am a 9th grader who needs some information for a repo : : rt. I wouldn't mind some pictures either. If there's : : anyone I can contact it would be greatly appreciated! : : Thanks!

: I am a junior who knows a great deal about black holes. But since I am on a school computer I can only brief you. : light cannot escape, atoms are torn apart at the event horizon, and white holes are believed to be connected to black holes. Time travel is possible through worm holes but only by light.

TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTION ABOUT TIME TRAVEL THROUGH LIGHT IS TRUE, HOWEVER, THE BIOPHSYCAL ASPECTS OF BIOLOGY MEANING INORGANIC MATTERS LIKE ROCKS OR EVEN SKIN TISSUES OR OCEANS CAN DO THE SAME, IT WOULD JUST BE A MATTER OF USING A PHASE CALCULATION THAT ALLOWS BIOMATTERS AND DIMENSIONS TO MERGE WITH THE SAME PROPERTIES IN STELLAR AND PHASE QUANTUM LAWS. IN OTHER WORDS, THE RIGHT METAPHYSICAL CALCULATIONS BY USE OF MATTERS ONLY AND NOT MATHMATICS MAKES IT POSSIBLE FOR TIME TRAVEL WITH THE PRESENT PERCEPTION OF ORGANIC AND INORGANIC MATTERS.

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