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Posted by Craig Brown/">Craig Brown on August 21, 1998 22:13:34 UTC

I put this theory on another one of the message boards in here on dimensions. Correct me if i'm wrong but as you move into a black hole time becomes slower and slower. If this is true, then when a three dimensional object moves into the black hole than then its front would seemingly move slower than the back. But the back could could never reach the front or squish in any way because it is still accelerating at the same speed and before it could reach or squish it would come under the same time laws as the front had before it reached there. Thats not a great explination but basically the dimensions of the object could never change. But the back continues to move faster than the front. So the what happends is that because the space must expland in another dimension, a fourth dimension. So what would apear on the outside as squishing of the object is actually space compressing itself so as to anable the objects dimensions to stay the same. Possibly close to the hole one inch of space from the outside would equal a million miles. And maybe singularity is actuallly an infinite amount of space compressed into an infinticimaly small area.

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