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Posted by Mark on August 26, 2001 03:53:36 UTC

This blackhole has a radius in terms of lightyears of approximately 2.64 x 10^15. It's close to a million times the size of our own universe!!

OUR ENTIRE UNIVERSE would be a rediculously large blackhole; this blackhole we speak of is just completely crazy.

>>>Boy was I off and as you can see this is a black hole that most likely doesn't exist in this universe.

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