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Re: Maybe?

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Posted by Craig Brown on August 24, 1998 16:41:35 UTC

: is it not possible that a black hole is an infinate mass which is compressed under it's own Gravitiational pull which is generated by this mass?

Well, you do not need an infinite mass collapsing on itself to create a a black hole (only 1.4 solar masses). But read a theory I had that is under this one about a black hole creating space. Maybe it "creates" an infinite mass.

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