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Black Holes Zenos Paradox Contraction

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Posted by Brian Kirk Parquette on July 6, 2001 01:19:41 UTC

Until further notice, A black hole is nothing more than a contracting four dimensional space-time continuum getting ever smaller to micro cosmic infinity. Which is not to say that black holes even exist. referencing xenos paradox(refer search engine inside astronomy net) endless coldness to microcosmic infinity. Black holes come in different sizes shapes and situations which are just a different take on the same phenomenon of contraction some colder than others, its all relative. refer:Bose einstein condensate Nobel prize 1997
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