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The Real Theory About The Black Holes

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Posted by Daniel Hershkovitz on November 2, 2006 05:46:32 UTC

The real Theory about the Black Holes is like the the real Big Bang theory is wrong and is good only as a theory that is easy for the scientists and that's all. The processes that take place in and around the black holes take much more time and last longer. And as regards to the real Big Bang, it was a "Great Bang" that started 13.7 billion years ago but not from one point at one second, but from an old nebula and as a process that lasted several million years. Nothing in the universe is starting out of nowhere and at a second of a minute. Think about it.
daniel hershkovitz

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