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Re: Death Of A Blackhole

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Posted by Andy Bob/">Andy Bob on December 21, 1997 23:08:30 UTC

: : In my studies in Blackholes I have discovered that Blackholes do not die! Weird. If it begins as a collapsing star and ends up as a hole in the realms of time and space, What do they just sit there forever!

: : I was hopeing that someone could let me know their theory. I need this info by November 30.

: :I think that Hawking believes that blackhole "evaporate" over time what this means I do not know, but it is somehow a factor of their mass, something like 70 billion years anyway they virtually last fareever considering the universe is only 15 billion years old. I don't have any info on the theory but I hope I was of some help!

: ASTRAL PYTHON : (THINK MONTY)

: : Here's my idea at the singularity of the black hole things just get smaller and smaller from the incredable amout of gravity acting, I don't really know everthing about gravity I don't know if as the blackhole continues on sucking objects in the singularity gets bigger as well probably creating the super blackholes found in the center of galaxies or if the sigularity stays the same and everything does go infanite smallness, but I can't see a blackhole just evaperating

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