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Opinion Of Gravastars

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Posted by Box Holder on March 15, 2002 02:28:54 UTC

My wife does not say I am one of the intelligent ones, but I will take a crack. 'Repulsive' space, as you call it, is as exotic now as
relavity was 100 years ago. We don't exactly know what it is, but we know when we see it. We will have experts about truseverything far away and not able to disprove.
As recently as 1900, a high-ranking catholic priest burned Mendel's papers, reducing their readability. Yet one was true, the other not.
This would depend on your
If there are two sides in the gravastar, as you say, then one must be inside and one outside, or up and down. There is no other way for objects of more than two dimensia are only two sides.
For space to be anything at all required the things to exist which we say, in special conditions, warp space. Although I am not one of the most intelligent ones, I know this much.

Thank you.

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