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"Negative Matter"

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Posted by Chris Hauge on August 24, 2002 02:41:18 UTC

I have a couple thoughts. Maybe "Negative Matter" (NM) is similar to a black hole. When a black hole forms, is it possible the matter that constitutes it is NM? Maybe because there is so much matter from a collapsed star cramed into such a small space, the physical matter of a black hole becomes negative? A different thought is that maybe the NM "inverts," ceasing to exist in our dimension, and re-appearing in another?

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