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Re: Blackholes, Space.

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Posted by Blackholes on March 11, 1998 12:43:11 UTC

: : : : If a blackhole is the point of no return the why does it radiate or release sub-atomic particles? What lies beyond space or is there a limit?

: : : This is a ridiculously tough and esoteric question, and since I am not a quantum-physicist, I will not attempt to explain it; however, there is a decent (if perhaps diluted) explanation at the Berkeley link http://physics7.berkeley.edu/BHfaq.html#q1 that might help. I put it in the optional link URL below as well...look under "Why do black holes evaporate?" - hope this helps...BJ

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