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Re: What Is At The Middle Of A Blackhole?

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Posted by nåte on November 25, 1998 02:02:57 UTC

: Sorry, I understand time dilation, but matter is still pulled into black holes, it just either:

: Takes infinate time to do so

: Or it's just an effect to the "time" coming out.

: EddTF (This aint supposed to be a big stab at your e-mail)

you just contradicted yourself. time is not infinite; therefore how could a black hole pull matter in, if it takes infinite time to do so?

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