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Re: Singularities

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Posted by Jason Schneekloth/">Jason Schneekloth on March 26, 1998 16:48:28 UTC

Why would it take infinate time to create a singularity? Can you comprehend the forces that just must be going crazy inside there? Here is what I think a singularity is....a hole in space-time...to where I am not sure. But that is how a singularity could occur. Did you know that if you were to fall into a black hole, it would take a split second from your point of view, but from an observers point of view, you would fall into it for eternity.

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