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Posted by R.Sriram/">R.Sriram on May 19, 1998 03:55:14 UTC

: : : : : If a blackhole is the point of no return the why does it radiate or release sub-atomic particles? What lies beyond space or is there a limit?

: : Hi, : : I'm studying quantum physics and according to theory, blackholes form whiteholes into parallel dimensions and emitt sub-atomic due to rotational spin effects of mass release.

: Ermmm, parallel dimensions do not exist. If you were to arrive at a so called `parallel dimension`, you would find (after closer inspection) that it was, in fact, just another : part of this dimension (just an incredible distance away). Also it would be impossible to `pass through` a black hole, because it generates an infinite amount of gravity which : nothing could escape (and would be destroyed), even a hypothetical journey through a black hole means nothing because it is completely impossible, hell, even light can`t escape : from it pull.

: What would happen if two whiteholes were to collide? : For that matter, what would happen if two blackholes were to collide? : One last question - What would be the product of a collision between a Blackhole and whitehole?

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