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Posted by Someone/">Someone on April 4, 1997 21:58:02 UTC

Some views of blackholes have them as being objects, that don't release energy-execpt for radiation. Which doesn't even account for a fraction of the energy that enters it. I've also heard of plank's energy (10^28EV) I believe. How long would it take for a blackhole to store up this much energy? I know this cannot be answered easily, but isn't it possible that once the black hole get's plank's energy stored up it creates another universe at the other end of the string(assuming the point of singularity is a string connected at the other end to another dimension)? Am I wierd?

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