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Posted by Thomas Weiler on December 25, 1997 14:41:22 UTC

: : : : : Does anyone here know as I no about black holes?

: : : How many people know what escape velocityy or the tidal effect are?

: : The escape velocity of a black hole would depend on the mass of the black hole......

: : : Are there any experts on black holes here? : : There is no such person on the planet.

: : : Who actually htinks a black hole is a vaccuum that will suck up : : : the whole universe? : : A black hole may indeed suck up all of the planets and the stars but remember, black holes do release high levels of radiation(energy) which will help the cycle continue.

: : : If you think that you don't no anything about a black hole.

escape velocity is the amount of force an object needs to escape a certain object,[ex.]a space shuttle must exert a great deal of force to get off earth and in to space, it must defeat earths gravitational pull

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