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Re: BLACK HOLES; ARE THEY THE GOAL POST OF OUR MILKY-WAY? ...

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Posted by MONMOUTH COUNTY LIBARY, N. J. on March 28, 1998 15:56:04 UTC

: :Reference is made to a CNN article about our universe : :expanding.It suggests that there is an unknown happen- : :ing causing a rethinking of the age of our universe. : :Since BLACK HOLES are so far away from any S2/S3 : :Galactic entities,and are extremly dense relative to : :any known object... It may be a CLUE to the FIFTH : :FORCE.....WHAT DO YOU THINK?....

:RE; THOUGHTS ABOUT 'GOAL POST' ON THE MILKY-WAY : Number 1. if one subsribes to the idea that our : MILKY-WAY is in EQUILIBREUM, and that there exist : an 'EBB and FLOW' between/among spirals S1, S2 : and S3 respectively.... THEREFORE, there must : exist a F O R C E along the MILKY-WAY's : NORTH/SOUTH or EAST/WEST "having" the same : line of axis as our EARTH-SUN..... : Number 2. the EAST/WEST or NORTH/SOUTH : poles suggests that there exit at least 2 : forces between our MILKY-WAY.... PUSHING AND : PULLING... S1, S2, AND S3..... CALL G1 THE : MORE POWERFUL BACK HOLE, AND CALL G2 THE LESS : POWERFUL ONE... ERGO... GOAL POST OF OUR MILKY- : WAY......SIMPLE THING TO FIND?!....

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