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Re: Infinite Universe Black Holes Attracting And Collide Eventually

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Posted by Seaker/">Seaker on May 2, 1998 00:50:02 UTC

If the UNIVERSE is expanding and the mass between singularities decreases and, what hapens to the event horizon? After time (universal or ?), when equal mass singularities collide, does this create a "Big Bang"?

Thinking deeply (not philosophically),

Seaker

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