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Re: Balck Holes

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Posted by Brett/">Brett on February 17, 1998 04:09:26 UTC

: : How do black holes do what they do, and whats : on the other side of a black hole

simple.......all matter (stuff that has mass) makes gravity that pulls other stuff with mass to it self making the gravity stronger becouse now there is more mass in one place. If there is to much mass in one place the gravity is so strong that it crushes the mass smaller and smaller till there is 100,000 times the earths mass in one small spot (perhaps smaller then a baseball or even out of space and time.} They think that a super large star will get that massive and become a balck holle there is a black hole at the center of every gallaxy. There is no other side because it pulls stuff in from ALL sides. The question is what is in side.

Email me if you want sum ideas on that. trevorgdcld@prodigy.net

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