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Black Holes Have Unseen Force

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Posted by Lam Chek Yeow on December 7, 2001 06:14:53 UTC

The gravitational force is seems to be larger in proportion then a normal star with 30 to 50 solar mass did the supergiant able to collapse into a black hole with so much energy? is the equation of the force in the black hole being tally with the black hole? so, like a pulsars, the black holes is almost the same amount of energy, but why the pulsar emits the energy while the black hole use its gravitational force to take in energy?

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