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Posted by AEACUS on April 3, 1998 16:06:46 UTC

As for your idea about a blackhole transporting you elsewhere, it is prety much impossible. The only reasonable theory on how this could happen would be the resultant of blackhole+whitehole=wormhole. About the antigravity whitehole, it is mathematically possible/physically impossible. since equations of relativity are symetric with repsect to time, you can get more than one answer, yet that second answer is physically impossible, therefore you will be trapped in the blackhole for an eternity, and even then chances are that your atoms would no longer be bonded, etc. Theoretical principles about blackholes consider them a feature of spacetime where the laws of physics "break-down", yet until a blackhole were to be formed, the laws of physics still apply.

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