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Re: Black Hole Magnetic Feild?

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Posted by LARRY W. BARBROW SR. on December 31, 1998 19:17:25 UTC

: : Do you think a black hole has a magnetic feild : NO : : (y/n) why? : BECAUSE A HOLE HAS NOTHING NO MATTER WHAT COLOR IT IS OR ISN'T. : : : : I dont think that it does because of two reasons : : 1: magnetic feilds are caused by a allinment of attoms and since a black hole basicly polvrizes the atoms into whatever. : : 2: a magnetic feild needs a north pole and a south pole but a black hole is a single point in space with no up or down left right or anything it simply is.

: : please respond. : : im intrested in what you all think.

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