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Re: Supermassive Black Holes At The Center Of Galaxies

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Posted by You are definatly not the smartest cookie in the box(: on March 11, 1998 22:04:12 UTC

: : Here's a theory: : : There is something called an accertation disk circling around a black hole in another galaxy. It's basically a bunch of dust circling the black hole that is doomed to eventually be sucked into it. It is in a flat, disklike shape. : : Well, what if the galaxy is really a huge accertation disk around a supermassive black hole at the center of our universe? If so, we are slowly coming closer and closer... : : I hope to explore this theory more with a graphic novel or comic book series I hope to have published sometime soon.

: : I'm not the smartest cookie in the jar. But I like your theory. It's very off the wall and has little basis, but so did many scientific theories-originally. I think it's possible that our galaxy is part of something larger considering : much of the world is made up of patterns. And it's neat to think that instead of worrying about the universe's eventual contraction we should possibly be worried about the present expansion leading us to eventual : collapse.

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