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Re: Research Project On Black Holes

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Posted by Paul Rest/">Paul Rest on October 28, 1998 00:18:56 UTC

What Nate suggests is very good, but there are a number of other sources. Alot can be learned about the theory of black holes making universe from Lee Smolin's "Life of the Cosmos." General black hole theories fill the pages of countless popular science books, things like "A Brief History of Time" and "Hyperspace." A good webpage about black holes is linked below, and in case that doesn't work the actual address is: http://web.syr.edu/~jebornak/blackholes.html. I agree with Nate that when people come onto the this board and just say "tell me everything you know about black holes, I'm doing a report" it is stupid. I could write a whole book on what I know about black holes, and I don't doubt that many others know far more than me. Be specific! Be pointed! And read the board, there is a great wealth of information here, you just have to shift through all the Language Removed.

-Paul

: this forum gets about 2 or 3 requests (such as yours) : every week or two.

: I would think the best thing to do would be ask : a more 'pointed' question. and just READ all : of this nonsense we have here! :)

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