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Posted by Sim Walia on April 7, 2002 22:59:32 UTC
well the main argument against creating an artificial blackhole is that we do not have nearly enough mass to puncture space. Another question of mine is what rips space-time? Is it just the mass of the star or is it an incredible amount of mass in a very small area. If the second answer is true then by taking an amount of mass that we do have and cramming it into an incredibly small area, it should have the same effect, though smaller, as a black hole.. right??
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