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Posted by Michael on May 17, 2003 20:16:37 UTC

ok I can see that I have opened something that I should not have opened but My points that I could make could be true but could be false.

(Example 1) This is a Black Hole that sucks in.

(Example2) This is a Black Hole that seems throw stars from it.

Now the more Gravity a star/planet has the more this DIP increases.

Ok a star of outstanding gravitational pull has a larger dip then other stars that do not. When this happens MAYBE it somehow tears a way into the 5d, forming a black hole like example 1. Now somewhere along that line something goes wrong the the dead star that had the most gravitational pull exploids and forms another Black hole like Example 2. Now MAYBE the stars that are emitted from this black hole are what was left of the star.

5d can't be seen and so MAYBE the middle of the universe can be traveled through but still after a while you would end right back up where you were.

Why can't the universe be like a sphere shape? Find me one thing in the universe that is not a shape with no angles. Well Circle maybe wronge because not even the earth is a perfect circle.

Thank you for your time and I hope I summed up what most of the time takes me an hour to say into a short half page.


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